Town of Morristown Receives Two Grant Awards

July 25, 2017

MORRISTOWN, NJ-- The Town of Morristown has been awarded two grants,one by the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority Board and one by the Department of Environmental Protection, announced Morristown Mayor Timothy Dougherty.

The town will receive a $1,000,000 grant for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Promenade Transit Connection project. This grant was awarded by the North ...

Morristown Municipal Identification Program Launch

MORRISTOWN, NEW JERSEY - The Town of Morristown is pleased to announce the approval of the voluntary Morristown Municipal Identification Program for residents, effective on August 1, 2017. The Morristown I.D. is available for any resident over the age of 14 who can prove residency in the Town. The card shall display at minimum the resident’s full name, address, photograph, date of birth, ...

Former Gubernatorial Candidate Rogers on Trump Advisory Board

NUTLEY, NJ - Former NJ Gubernatorial Candidate Steven Rogers has accepted a position on the advisory board of U.S. President Donald J. Trump. Each week the advisory board will be briefed on current issues the president is addressing and each member will be the President's voice on major national television networks and print media.

“My job is to address the ...

Cinderella's: N.J. Legislature Shuts State Down At Midnight Impacting Local Towns

 MORRISTOWN, N.J. - It happened. 

Independence Day, Parks and...Government? These are typically not three words you would use in a sentence. 

At midnight last night, the daily operations of the State of New Jersey shut down. The elected leaders of the State of New Jersey did not pass a new mandatory budget. This does not include police and emergency ...

Holiday Garbage and Recycling Schedule for Morris Township

MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ -  In observance of Independence Day on July 4, there will be no trash or recycling collection services on Tuesday. 

The following schedule will be in effect for July 3 through July , 2017

Monday July 3 - normal trash and recycling collection

Tuesday July 4- no trash or recycling collection

Wednesday July 5 - trash pickup for those residents with a ...

Direct Bus Service to be Offered to Morristown Commuters

Skedaddle Transportation Service will offer daily bussing to and from Midtown Manhattan for commuters due to the Morris & Essex line diversion

MORRISTOWN, NJ -- In acknowledgement of feedback to a survey taken by hundreds of Morristown commuters, the Town of Morristown has decided to offer a direct bus service to and from New York, courtesy of Skedaddle, for commuters in the area during ...

Town of Morristown Becomes 21st Town to Join "Stigma Free" Movement

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Town of Morristown has been declared Stigma-Free, according to the resolution passed by the Town Council. Morristown has now become the 21st town to join the Morris County "Stigma Free" initiative that helps to eradicate the stigma associated with mental illness and substance abuse disorders.


Morristown joins Butler, Chatham Borough, Mendham Borough, ...

Partial Road Closure For Tuesday in Morristown

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  On Tuesday June 27 from 7am until 12noon, Dehart Street will be partially closed. The street will be closed beyond the entrance/exit to the DeHart Street Parking Garage. Please note that the garage will be open.

Morristown Police will be directing traffic on DeHart Street and South Street to accomodate traffic flow. Motorists should allow extra time for traffic ...

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"The "Snooki Bill" : Diegnan Bill Limiting Payment to Speakers at Public Institutions of Higher Education Signed by Governor

July 14, 2017

SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – Legislation sponsored by Senator Patrick Diegnan to establish a new policy limiting the amount of state funds that can be used by a public institution of higher education to pay a commencement speaker, was signed by the Governor into law during the recent legislative session. The bill (S-2355) would prohibit a public institution of higher education from using ...