BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Bridgewater Township has promised that it will continue to deliver effective and reliable services to residents through the duration of the crisis, although it acknowledges that there might have to be adjustments made for long term fiscal health.

According to a notice from the township, Bridgewater is already seeing falling passive revenue streams, including hotel tax income, inspection fees and more.

"We expect this trend to continue and escalate as the crisis goes on," the township said in the release.

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The effects of the pandemic, the release said, will eventually force the township to make adjustments to account for the long-term fiscal health of the township.

"As more information in this area becomes available, we will be sure to keep our residents fully updated about our situation, our options and our decision-making process," the township said.

Beginning April 6, most township employees will be working remotely as a response to COVID-19. All township contact information can be found by clicking here.