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Adopted Ordinances - September 2018 Adopted Ordinances - September 2018 The following Ordinance was adopted at the Washington Township Committee Meeting on September 17, 2018.       RO-14-18 N ORDINANCE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF WASHINGTON, COUNTY O...
Cancer Awareness Workshop Cancer Awareness Workshop Washington Township Recreation Dept., is having an educational Seminar along with Shanice Johnson; Health Education Field Representative from County of Morris Health management. This “FREE...
Annual Newsletter The Annual Newsletter was mailed out with the 2019 tax bills.  The mailling went out earlier this week.  If you haven't received it, you will soon!  Please take a couple of minutes to r...
Meals on Wheels Volunteer Drivers Needed Morris County Nutrition Program and Washington Township Meals on Wheels Program need volunteers to help deliver meals to our homebound senior citizens in Washington Township. You must be a minimum of ...
Market at Long Valley Market at Long Valley  It's official!  The Market will open on Thursday, July 12 from 3-7 PM. Please do not park at the Long Valley First Aid Squad Building or the Long Valley Pharmacy.  Please park in the ...
Volunteer Opportunities Volunteer Opportunities Residents have a long history of volunteering for their community. Volunteers perform many functions that are vital to our community. Each year, many of our residents offer their time, energy, knowled...
Flu Clinic 2018 Flu Clinic 2018 Once again, this year, the Washington Township Health Department will hold a Flu Clinic offering flu vaccine shots for adult residents of Washington Township.  The vaccinations will be off...
East Mill Road East Mill Road Roadwork is scheduled for East Mill Rd from 9am-6pm starting Tuesday September 11, 2018 for a resurfacing project. Milling and paving is expected to start around Sept. 17. During the hours of construc...
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month At the August Townshp Committee Meeting, Mayor Roehrich, on behalf of the Township Committee, read a Proclamation declaring September Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.  Please read the Proclama...
"Lunch Break Yoga" Starting this Fall Washington Township Recreation presents “Lunch Break Mat Yoga”.   Take a break from your day and spend lunch with us! This class is designed to provide you with that extra energy to get ...

A new Township Park on Coleman Road(click for directions) near East Mill Road is officially opened. The park is connected by the new Hemmings Trail to the Patriot's Path stub further north on Coleman Road.

The parkproperty was identified by the Township Open Space Committee and acquired from Fraser Porperties with funding form the Township's Open Space Trust Fund and a Morris County Open Space Grant.

The trail property, formerly part of the High Bridge Branch of the Central Railroad of New Jersey, was donated by John and Joan Hemmings. 

The railbed was cleared and a kiosk built as part of TJ Mundy's Eagle Scout project with help from Troop 36 and equipment from Hoffman Supply.

Further improvements to the park and trail were done by Washington Township DPW.

Coleman Road Park Pond

Read more: New Coleman Road Park Officially Opened

Updates are routinely provided through social media. If you're on the go and can't check in on the Township website. Emergency updates are provided through nixle.

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ANNOUNCEMENT FROM PSE&G: Public Service Electric & Gas Company (PSE&G) owns the electrical transmission right-of-way located adjacent to some properties.  The electric transmission lines on this right-of-way are essential for PSE&G to meet its committement to provide safe, proper and adequate electric service to consumers throughout New Jersey.  Maintaining proper tree clearance from power lines is absolutely necessary.

The number and size of overgrown trees and other vegitation on the right-of-way adjacent to certain properties now requires mainteance of the right-of-way.  Nelson Tree Service Inc, a private contractor working for  PSE&G will remove all trees that have the ability to mature over 3 feet in height in the wire zone (land located directly under the widest portion of the transmission line condutors).  Vegetation in the wire zone will be managed to promote grasses and low-growing plant community to obrain a meadow effect where possible.  In the border zone (land from the edge of the transmission line wire zone to the outer boundary of the right-of-way), where clearance permits, PSE&G may allow compatible vegitation, which should generally not exceed 15 feet at maturity.  PSE&G will also side trim all tree branches originating from outside the right-of-way that hang over or cross onto PSE&G's property along the transmission of the right-of-way.  

Any questions or concerns should be directed to Larry Porch, Nelson Tree Service, at 732-496-5931 during the day.  Or you may contact PSE&G Transmission Vegetation Management Department at 732-289-5292. 


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WashingtonTwp Flu Clinic. October 10. 4:30 - 6:30 PM. Please visit the website for details on registering for this event:…
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WashingtonTwp On 9/20 at around 2:18pm, FEMA will conduct a TEST of the Emergency Alert System. Expect an incoming mobile text ms…
WashingtonTwp East Mill Road milling will continue tomorrow. Alternating traffic will be in effect. Expect delays or plan alternate routes.
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