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Study: Should the Martin Luther King Avenue Bridge in Morristown be Replaced or Rehabilitated?

March 20, 2017

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  A study will be conducted to identify the options rehabilitating or replacing the busy but deteriorating Martin Luther King Avenue Bridge in Morristown.  The review will be financed by $400,000 in federal funds allocated by the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority.

"We look forward to seeing the options identified by this study.  The MLK Avenue ...

Snow Removal Begins; No Parking on 16 Morristown Streets

MORRISTOWN, NJ - On Saturday March 18, there will be no parking on 16 streets due to emergency snow removal. The snow removal will take place during the hours of 7am through 4pm and there will be no parking on the following streets during this time.

Abbett Avenue

Bellevue Terrace

Clinton Street

Cobb Place

Columba Street

Grant Street

Hazel Street

Jardine Road

Liberty ...

Town of Morristown Opens Parking Garages for Residents Ahead of Storm

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Due to the upcoming storm, the Morristown Parking Authority, in cooperation with the town, will permit residents who park on street or who hold on-street parking permits, to park in the following garages at no charge beginning 6pm on Monday March 13 through 6pm Wednesday March 15.

Dalton Garage at Catanno Avenue

Dehart Street Parking Garage

Ann/Bank Parking ...

Winter Storm Watch Issued By the National Weather Service

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ - When will winter finally be over?  It appeared that spring had sprung on us earlier this week.  Last weekend it was extremely warm.  The clocks are springing forward Sunday morning.  But wait, more winter weather is coming.  It is early so maybe this will all not develop.  

The Morris County Emergency Operations Center is monitoring the ...

Property Alert Service Initiated by County Clerk's Office to Protect Morristown Property Owners From Scammers

MORRISTOWN, NJ -In an effort to help protect public property records from being stolen, and to make sure the public is aware if someone tampers with your documents or identity, the Morris County Clerk’s Office has developed a “Property Alert Service’’ to help safeguard records.

“Unfortunately, property and mortgage fraud is a fast growing crime in our nation, ...

Town of Morristown Opens Warming Centers Due to Dropping Temperatures

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Town of Morristown has opened warming centers in response to the dropping temperatures. A warming center will be open at the Morristown Fire Department, located at 161 Speedwell Avenue on Friday, March 3 at 6pm through Saturday March 4 at 8am. The warming center will reopen Saturday March 4 at 6pm and remain open until Sunday March 5 at 8am.

According to the ...

Morristown Police Determine Border Patrol Image was Digitally Altered

MORRISTOWN - It has recently come to the attention of the Morristown Bureau of Police, as well as Town officials that an image depicting the presence of Border Control on Sussex Avenue was circulated on Tuesday February 28. The origins of the image are currently unknown, however, it has been determined by Bureau of Police that the photo was digitally altered to falsely show an event that never ...

Gov. Christie Signs Life-Saving Drug Addiction Reform, Ensuring Immediate Covered Treatment

TRENTON, NJ  - New Jersey now has America’s strongest addiction recovery reform program following the signing by Gov. Chris Christie of Senate bill S-3/A-3, a bi-partisan measure which requires health insurance coverage for treatment of substance abuse disease as well as providing a maximum limit of five days on initial opioid prescriptions, which ...

No Garbage or Recycling Pickup for Morris Township on President's Day; DPW Closed

MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ - Morris Township's Department of Public Works is closed today, Monday February 20 in observance of President's Day.

There will be no trash collection on Monday. Monday's trash collection has been rescheduled to Tuesday February 21.

Trash collection on Tuesday February 21 has been rescheduled to Wednesday February 22

Trash collection on Wednesday February ...

Get Your 2017 Morristown Residential Parking Permit; 2016 Passes Expire March 31

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Town of Morristown will be renewing residential parking permits for the new year. The 2016 parking permits expire on March 31.

Residents who have 2016 parking permits and have NO information change can receive a new parking pass by emailing Wilma Lara at w-lara@townofmorristown.org. State your name and address and list any changes to your vehicle ...

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