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Located in Rock Spring Park
37 East Springtown Road
Long Valley, NJ 07853

908-876-3596 Business Hours for the Washington Township Library are:
Monday to Thursday, 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Friday and Saturday, 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Sunday, Closed

 Jacqueline Zuzzi, Director

From our resources on the Internet at www.wtpl.org, the Washington Township Free Public Library is a gateway to the world of online information. The Morris County Public Library System provides online information and resources that include access to books, videos, audio books, music and magazine articles. A color copier is available for use by the public.

The Library sponsors book discussion clubs, a poetry club and adult programs.

Internet instruction may be provided upon request, and a full schedule of children's programs is provided.

Check the Observer Tribune Newspaper, and the local school lunch menu for the dates and times of the programs.

The library has a meeting room, outfitted with a television and VCR that may be used by local organizations with advance notice. Please contact the Library to use the room.

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Safe Medicine Drop

 

Project Medicine Drop is a program designed to allow Township residents to properly and safely dispose of their unwanted or expired household medications.

Residents can bring their unwanted or expired household medications removed from the original packaging and placed in a zip lock or similar type plastic bag to the Washington Township Police Department  24 hours a day. Residents will then place their medication into the Project Medicine Drop box which is located inside Police Headquarters at the police station anonymously and free of charge.  The medications will then safely and properly be destroyed.  

The Washington Township Police Department is located at 1 East Springtown Road.

Municipal Alliance

It is the mission of the Washington Township Municipal Alliance to prevent and reduce abusive behaviors inclusive of alcoholism, substance abuse, and bullying, along with violence, vandalism and victimization while attempting to remediate long-term harm and devastation that abusive behaviors of all kinds cause to our youth and families. We will act in partnership with our community and our allied agencies in a pro-active manner to promote a realistic and responsive approach utilizing education, prevention, public awareness and intervention while promoting positive alternatives to at-risk behaviors. 

Visit the Morris County Division of Human Services Municipal Alliance website page for more information. 

Upcoming Events/Programs in our community. Sponsored by a variety of organizations and resources:  

October 17, 2017 - "If I Could Have a Do-Over".  John Halligan will discuss the lessons learned too late for his family regarding how to deal with bullying, cyberbullying, and teen depression. 7 PM.  West Morris Central Auditorium

October 12, 2017.  Screenagers - Growing Up In the Digital Age . 7 PM.  West Morris Central HS

October 1, 8, 22Opiate/oid Awareness Discussion.  3:30 - 5pm.  Community Prestyterian Church of Chester.

 April 26, 2017. Prescription for Change.  7:30 PM.  Centenary University.

 April 12, 2017. Fight the Heroin & Opiate Epidemic Through Awareness Education.  7 PM.  Roxbury High School