SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - The South Brunswick Township Municipal Building is closed to the public in order to limit the exposure to essential employees. Essential staff can be reached through email and the telephone. A directory of department contacts can be found on the South Brunswick Township website,

Residents in dire need of food, should email jwert@sbtnj.net according to a Nixle advisory released by the South Brunswick Police Department. Other emergency needs such as housing can be requested by calling 211. PSE&G will not be turning off utilities during the shutdown.

The South Brunswick Police Department is also limiting face-to-face interactions whenever possible. Dispatchers may ask callers to make police reports online for non-violent incidents while other reports may taken over the phone by officers. Online reports can be made by visiting the South Brunswick Township website and clicking on the Report It icon. Life threatening emergencies should continue to be reported by telephoning 911.

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Police reports will not be available at headquarters during the shutdown. Residents needing a copy of a police report can email pdrec@sbtnj.net. Crash reports can be requested by emailing fayala@sbtnj.com. Residents must include name, address, phone number, case number, date or report and type of report in the email.

The Police Department Entrance Exam scheduled for April 22 has been postponed. Registrants will be contacted when a new exam date is set.

The Islamic Society of Central Jersey had contacted South Brunswick Municipal Office to inform the township that the Mosque will close on March 17 and will be shut until further notice. The South Brunswick Public Library is closed until further notice as well.