WARREN, NJ - Warren Township Mayor Mick Marion and Deputy Mayor George Lazo visited grocery stores and pharmacies in the Township today. The stores agreed to provide information to the Township regarding customers who may need special assistance and the Mayor offered the assistance of Township agencies as well. Mayor Marion stated that our residents need access to their medicines at this very critical time and the Township will assist in any way possible.
Additional information is as follows:
• The Township Health Department has advised that there are twoconfirmed cases of the Coronavirus in the Township.
• Township offices remain closed to the public. Residents are urged to utilize the online resources through the website at www.warrennj.org.
• The Warren Township Police Department is suspending the issuance of Canvassers and Solicitors Licensing activities in order to insure compliance with social distancing.
• Businesses requiring financial assistance can obtain loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration. A fact sheet is on the website.
• The NJ Economic Development Authority is also preparing a financial assistance plan. Details will be issued by the state during the week of March 23, 2020.
• Important information has been posted to the COVID-19 page on the Township website.
Deputy Mayor Lazo encourages all residents to patronizeTownship restaurants, which are open for take-out and delivery.
Mayor Marion reminds everyone to respect “social distancing” and wishes good health to all during this trying time.
Warren Township COVID 19 (Coronavirus) Information
The Warren Township Office of Emergency Management is requesting the assistance of residents to provide unopened hand sanitizer and packaged disinfectant wipes for use by the Warren Township First Responders, which includes the Police Department, Fire Department and Rescue Squad. Our First Responders require these materials to stay safe at this time. As you might be aware, these materials are not available through commercial or government stockpiles.
Additionally, First Responders are also seeking N95 Respirator masks.
Residents who can provide assistance are urged to contact Jane Asch, OEM Coordinator at (908) 753-8000, Ext 262.
Click on “MORE COVID-19 INFORMATION” for updates.
- Mayor Marion has issued an Emergency Declaration for Warren Township.
- Governor Murphy has issued an Executive Order for the State of New Jersey.
- The Warren Town Hall will be closed to the public Tuesday, March 17 until further notice.
- The Warren Park and Ride has been suspended until further notice.
- Municipal Court is suspended for 2 weeks starting March 16. More information
- Somerset County Recycling curbside pickup resumes Thursday March 19, 2020
- The Warren Library is closed.
- Warren Township Orders Field Closures
- ALL PAYMENTS OF ANY KIND ARE TO BE PLACED IN THE RED LOCK BOX IN THE TOWN HALL LOBBY VESTIBULE. This box will be emptied once a day by staff.
- The Warren Police Dept. issued a directive: citizens should contact the police by phone, 908-753-1000, for non-emergencies. Chief Keane’s full announcement.