Police & Fire

Spotswood Prepares For Possible Snow Emergency


SPOTSWOOD, NJ - In anticipation of the forecasted snow for Thursday, February 9, the Spotswood Police Department is reminding residents via Nixle to keep snow emergency streets clear of vehicles as well as making sure that fire hydrants remain accessible.

The following streets are listed as snow emergency streets on the Spotswood Boro website:

  • Adirondack Avenue
  • Brunswick Avenue
  • Burlington Avenue from Brunswick Avenue to Jackson Street
  • Crescent Avenue
  • Daniel Road
  • Easton Avenue
  • Eisenhower Avenue
  • George Street
  • Kane Avenue from Adirondack Avenue to Madie Avenue
  • Main Street
  •  Manalapan Road
  • Marlboro Road from Manalapan Road to Somerdale Avenue
  • Mundy Avenue
  • Old Stage Road
  • Snowhill Street
  • Summerhill Road
  • Vaughn Avenue
  • Vliet Avenue from Main Street to Orchard Street
  • Wilson Avenue

The entire length of snow emergency streets should be kept clear of vehicles except where noted.

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Garbage collection in Spotswood that is scheduled for Thursday, February 9 will be picked up on Friday, February 10. Helmetta's garbage collection that is scheduled for Friday, February 10 will be picked up on Monday, February 13.

Spotswood High School has rescheduled the Honor Roll Breakfast originally set for Thursday, February 8. The breakfast will now be held on Thursday, February 16 at 7 a.m.


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