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After Winter Storm Damage, Reminders for Montville Township Residents of Vegetative Waste Collections

March 12, 2018

MONTVILLE, NJ - As the cleanup response continues for Winter Storms Riley and Quinn, we want to remind all of our property owners that any fallen trees or limbs from their property that are resting on sidewalks, right-of-ways, or hanging into the street are their responsibility to be removed as soon as possible. 

Brush shall be bundled and tied properly so that each bundle may be ...

Public Information Requested by Montville Township Police Department

MONTVILLE, NJ - The Montville Township Police Department is requesting the following information from the public regarding snow removal and road closures, according to Captain Andrew Caggiano.

Caggiano said the police are coordinating with the DPW in a effort to assist in the clearing of roadways. Caggiano is asking any resident whose street has not been plowed or where there are trees ...

Road Closures in Montville Township, March 5

MONTVILLE, NJ - As of 6 a.m Monday, March 5, the Montville Township Police Department reported the following ROAD CLOSURE information for the morning commute: 

1. JACKSONVILLE RD. Closed 
2. PASSAIC VALLEY Rd. Closed between Horseneck Rd and Deerhill Rd.
3. WAUGHAW RD. Closed between Ward Witty and Booth Lane
4. PEACE VALLEY RD. Closed
5. VISTA RD. Closed.
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Post-Storm Update for Montville Township

MONTVILLE, NJ - Two days after the winter storm that impacted the Mid-Atlantic region, many roads are closed and residents are without power throughout Montville Township. 

Montville Township held an emergency meeting at 1 p.m on Sunday to discuss the current situation throughout the township. As a result of that meeting, the Senior House located at 356 Main Road next to ...

Traffic Alert UPDATE: Water Main Break & Taylortown Rd Still Closed Near Rt. 202

MONTVILLE, NJ - According to Montville Township Police Department, Taylortown Road is still closed between Rt. 202 and West Lake due to utility poles and wires that came down in the roadway on Saturday morning, Jan. 13.

Police reported a tree fell and took down the utility poles causing area residents to lose power. The roadway will be closed until further ...

OneMontville to Hold 2nd Annual Martin Luther King Day of Respect and Community Service

MONTVILLE, NJ - OneMontville will hold the 2nd Annual MLK Day of Respect and Community Service on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018. The event begins at 10:00 AM at the Montville Community Park, 130 Changebridge Road, Montville, NJ.

“Last year more than 150 people of all ages attended the OneMontville MLK Day of Respect and ...

Montville Township High School Child Development Classes Learn Early Education While Teaching Area Preschoolers

MONTVILLE, NJ - The Little Mustangs Preschool, hosted by Montville Township High School (MTHS) teacher, Gayle Brown, and the MTHS Child Development II and III classes, is now accepting applications from area families for the spring semester. 

High school students with passions for medicine, nutrition, physical therapy, education, biology, and more are among the dedicated teens who ...

Traffic Alert: Taylortown Road Closing to Begin Jan. 8

MONTVILLE, NJ - According to Montville Township Police Department, a portion of Taylortown Road will be closed to thru traffic beginning on Monday, Jan. 8.

A gas line installation will impact the portion of Taylortown Road between Turkey Hill Road and Masar Road, according to police. This project is estimated to take about four weeks to ...

Happy New Year 2018 from TAPinto Montville

MONTVILLE, NJ - Happy New Year!  TAPinto Montville is grateful for the support of everyone who has helped to build the town's daily free newspaper. 

Thank you to our loyal readers, township government, school administrators, athletes and coaches, town leaders, and all the town committees.  We wish you all a happy, healthy, and prosperous ...

TAPinto Montville’s Holiday Wish

MONTVILLE, NJ – The holiday season is a time of year that people reflect on the past, prepare for the future, and cherish their families, friends and relationships. This practice is done not just by individuals and families, but also organizations and businesses. As TAPinto Montville closes out a record setting 2017 we want to say to you, our loyal readers and advertisers, ...

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