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Paving of the following Township roads is planned for 2018:

  • Cindy Lane, in its entirety, .31 mile, milling and base repairs scheduled to begin 6/19 for approximately three days. Road will be passable but please proceed with caution. Paving anticipated for 6/22 or 6/25 dependent on weather.COMPLETED
  • East Springtown Road, from Camp Washington Road to Naughright Road, .75 mile, during June. Vehicular access will be limited for one to two days for milling and paving during which time detours will be in place.COMPLETED
  • Old Farmers Road, beginning at East Mill Road.  COMPLETED

Oil and Chip is planned for West Springtown Road (1.52 miles) and West Valley Brook Road (1.59 Miles). Portions of Reservoir, Frog Hollow and Tall Timber will also be oil and chipped.

The County plans to pave East Mill Road from Schooley's Mountain Road to East Valley Brook Road, 2.4 miles, September 17, 2018. 

 

Morris County Park Commission's 2018/2018  Deer Management Program. 

Schooleys Mountain Park is included in this years program. This program and its implementation are consistent with the regulations of the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife.  

Please note this is not a recreational hunt. The controlled management program is being conducted to help reduce and maintain deer populations at level that allow for the re-establishment of native plant communities within the park system that have been severely damaged by deer overbrowsing. These communities are critical for the sustainability of our preserved areas and for the support of native wildlife species. The Morris County Park Commission has attempted to reduce the public inconvienience of park closings by limiting the number of dates on which the parks will be closed to the minimum number that we feel can ensure a successful program. 

2018/2019 Deer Management Program Schedule

Clean Water Action will once again conduct its political education and fundraising drive in Washington Township.  They will be in the Township  in July, August, and September.  They have notified the Municipal Building and the Police Department that they will be canvassing. 

 

Clean Water Action informed the Township that they will be canvassing Monday - Friday from 4 PM - 9 PM and on Saturdays from 11 AM - 5 PM. A list of canvassers has been provided to the Police Department and they are required to carry a Clean Water Action identification card.

The group has been provided the Township No Solicitation List.

 

As a reminder, residents may opt in to the No Solictation List by adding their name to the list here.  Residents are asked to add their name only once to the list.  To see if you have already added your name, view the current list here.   Please note:  Lists are updated during the first week of each month.  If you add your name to the list on July 5, it won't show up until the first week of August. 

 

 

The Washington Township Municipal Utilities Authority has water restrictions in place for the Schooley's Mountain service area from May to September 15. Please visit http://www.wtmua.org/docs/water-restrictions.pdf for more info on the restrictions and www.wtmua.org for general MUA info.

Dogs are not allowed in  Township Parks per township ordinance. Township Parks include Califon Park, Cobblestone Fields, Palmer Park, Rock Spring Park, and Harrington Park. Violators will be issued a summons.

 

Contact the Board of Education regarding school field rules.  Contact Morris County about Schooley's Mountain Park rules. 

 

Memberships for the Dog Park on Fairmount Road are available.

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