WARREN, NJ - Recycling will be picked up as scheduled today, March 22 in Warren, Watchung, and Martinsville. Leave recyclables at the curb. The Somerset County Recycling Division thanks residents for their patience and cooperation.

You can view the 2018 Recycling Collection Schedule and more at http://www.co.somerset.nj.us/government/public-works/recycling


For those residents who did not place their recycling at the curb in Warren, there are bins by the baseball field (behind the Municipal Complex) for residents to drop off their recycling. Somerset County is placing these bins by the baseball fields only to assist residents impacted by the storm.  They will not remain there on a permanent basis.

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In Watchung, Somerset County will again place a large recycling bin at the Best Lake parking lot.

In the aftermath of the winter storm, Somerset County offices are scheduled to open at 10 a.m. today, Thursday, March 22.

The county’s public transit is operating on a normal schedule, but delays and/or cancellations of routes may occur. The county’s paratransit service will attempt to provide scheduled transportation to other appointments as long as conditions permit.

The senior centers operated by the Somerset County Office on Aging and Disability Services are closed today: Hillsborough, Montgomery, Quail Brook, Warrenbrook and the Senior Wellness Centers in Bernards and Bridgewater.

There will be no Meals on Wheels deliveries today. Clients are asked to use non-perishable meals sent out earlier in the season. If clients do not have frozen meals, or if they have lost power, they can use Heater Meals, shelf-stable meals that come in an orange box. Directions for heating are on the box. Heater Meals are NOT intended for use in a microwave oven.