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Parking Garages Open For Morristown Residents Ahead of Impending Snowfall

February 17, 2018

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. 

Dalton Parking Garage (Cattano Avenue)

Ann/Bank Parking Garage 

DeHart  Street Garage (very limited availability)

Residents may ...

Murphy signs executive order creating commission on Puerto Rico relief

Governor Phil Murphy signed an Executive Order establishing the Commission on Puerto Rico Relief, an 18-member commission that will collaborate with state and federal agencies to expedite processes benefiting displaced Puerto Ricans in New Jersey, as well as examine ways the state can aid the island.

“It is unacceptable that five months after Hurricane Maria made landfall on Puerto Rico, ...

Senator's Legislation to Help Low-Income Families Pay for Energy Bills Passes Committee

NEW JERSEY -  A bill, introduced by Senator Tony Bucco (R- Morris and Somerset) which would help families who have fallen on hard times pay for their energy bills, has passed the Senate Economic Growth Committee. The legislation, S-77, establishes the NJ Shares Fund which would allow New Jersey taxpayers to make a donation to those facing financial hardship, helping them ...

Road Closures in Morristown for Saturday Feb. 10

MORRISTOWN, NJ - On Saturday February 10, there will be road closures in Morristown due to the Cupid's Chase 5K. To accommodate the runners, road closures will begin around 9:45am and continue until 11am. Authorities suggest that any motorist trying to get to Morristown High School should use Atno Avenue from Washington Street.

The following roads will be completely closed ...

Plan Ahead: Passport Fees Set to Increase This Spring

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ -  All New Jersey residents should be aware that passport fees are set to increase this spring.

The U.S. Department of State is raising the Passport Execution Fee from $25.00 to $35.00 on April 2. The fee is mandated by the Department of State. It applies to passport applications that are submitted to an authorized agent, including a US Post Office, County Clerk or ...

Message from Morristown' s Mayor

Winter is a busy time here at Town Hall, our planners and engineers are preparing for spring construction projects and renovations around Morristown, spring recreation programs are opening their registrations and we are gearing up for another great year here in town.

Our downtown community is still rapidly expanding and growing to provide our residents with several different shopping and ...

BREAKING: Charges against Senator Menendez to be dropped

According to numerous news reports, corruption and bribery charges against U.S. Senator Bob Menendez are being dropped by the Justice Department. Senator Menendez released the following statement through his Communications Director, Tricia Enright:

“From the very beginning, I never wavered in my innocence and my belief that justice would prevail. I am grateful that the Department of ...

3 Hanover Township Residents Honored for Life Saving Fire Rescues

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Andy Mottram, Kevin Bauer and Frank DeMaio, all of Hanover Township were honored by the Morris County Board of Freeholders for the life-saving rescues of the husband and wife owners of Billy & Madeline's Red Room tavern.  The three heroes saw the flames and smoke pouring out of the restaurant during the early afternoon of November 27, 2017. All three ...

Morristown Residents Have New Options to View and Pay Water Bills

CEDAR KNOLLS, NJ - Morristown  residents have new and more convenient ways to pay their water bills, announced the South East Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority (SMCMUA).  

Since December 2017, customers now  have 24/7 access to their bills. Customers can pay by phone, text or online. They are able to view bills online, opt-in to paperless billing, ...

Town of Morristown Issues "Thank You" Statement to Police/EMS Who Helped During Morristown's Women's March

MORRISTOWN, NEW JERSEY -- Thousands of people joined came to Morristown this past weekend to join together for the historic Women's March on New Jersey. Many participants came to Morristown early or stayed later to patronized the restaurants and shops throughout Morristown.

The Town of Morristown is acknowledging the long list of organizations and the many speakers who contributed to ...

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