MILLBURN, NJ — In yesterday afternoon's COVID-19 update, Mayor Jackie Lieberberg announced the death of another township resident from COVID-19.

There are currently 110 confirmed patients with COVID 19 in Millburn Township.  With many having recovered, the township was deeply saddened to report the loss of another resident.  The latest total of deaths in Millburn is now  5 residents lost to the virus.  Essex County is reporting 10,713 patients throughout the county.

The MHS AP Art Department has created a coloring book for the school community and overall population.  All are invited to Download the coloring book, color the drawings and share them on social media using the hashtag #ColorMillburn. 

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For those seeking assistance with short term emergency needs due to a financial setbacks, you can find out more and apply via  For those willing to help support your neighbors in this time of crisis, you can go through Down the Block. All inquiries regarding support services are confidential.   Given the current economic climate, and knowing the financial consequences of Covid-19 can be distressing the township thanked thank our community for continuing to support one another.

They also want to make sure those in need are aware that the Township now has a fully stocked functional pantry for anyone that may qualify for this need based food program.  Please reach out to  the Township’s licensed social worker, Ana Millan-- or by calling 973-535-7961 ext. 231.    All inquiries are confidential.  This is from residents to resident.  Don’t hesitate to call

The public works yard is still open, the building department is still processing permits to be ready when they are able permitted to issue, herbaceous waste pickup continues on your first garbage collection day with guidelines in our public works pamphlet. Also if you have questions specific to the current situation you can email  Township staff continues to be ready to serve our residents, so if you need anything please call or email the town.