MILLBURN, NJ — Another update brings more good news about the number of COVID-19 cases in Millburn, as well as more information about events and services that are and will soon be available in town.

As of yesterday's update, there are currently 125 confirmed residents with COVID-19 in Millburn Township., no increase from the previous update. This number includes the approximately 65% of the township's residents that have recovered. Essex County is reporting 15,350 residents having tested positive for COVID-19.  

In addition, a number of other pieces of information were released in the update. They are as follows:

  • The “Virtual Millburn Library” is open. Millburn Library staff are online and able to help.  Go to www.millburnlibrary.org , call (973) 376-1006 or text (973) 988-4228 to learn more.
  • The Millburn Farmer’s Market will begin on Tuesday June 2, 2020 from 1pm – 6pm at the lot across from Fiamma-Liv Breads. Safety will be the town's top priority and new social distancing and contactless protocols will be put in place.   
  • MEND has begun a “curbside kindness program” to gather non perishables for Essex County food pantries. Items can be dropped off at boxes in front of the Book House, Millburn Camera and Paper Ribbon and Wrap. 
  • The milling and paving of Old Short Hills Road between Parsonage Hill Road and Essex Street will begin on Tuesday, May 12. This will result in partial and full closures of Old Short Hills Road throughout the project.
  • Municipal tennis courts and par 3 are open. Visit the recreation page for details and membership sign up and fees https://bit.ly/2zm1sbv