Storm Ida Road Update; Donations Accepted for Displaced Residents; If You Need Recovery Help; Removal of Storm Debris; Vaccine Clinics Friday & Saturday; Montgomery 9-11 Anniversary Events

Storm Ida Road Update; Donations Accepted for Displaced Residents; If You Need Recovery Help; Removal of Storm Debris; Vaccine Clinics Friday & Saturday; Montgomery 9-11 Anniversary Events

ROAD REPAIRS CONTINUE FOLLOWING STORM IDA   A Montgomery Public Works crew repairing Hollow Road in Skillman. Montgomery Township continued to make progress recovering from Hurricane Ida this week as municipal and county Public Works Departments worked to reopen roads,

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IF YOU NEED HELP WITH STORM RECOVERY

IF YOU NEED HELP WITH STORM RECOVERY

Somerset County is now part of a declared Federal Disaster area, meaning that Federal relief monies may be available to residents through the Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster process. The township believes we are in touch with every displaced family,

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9-7: Six New COVID Cases; Storm Ida Update for Montgomery; If You Need Recovery Help; Removal of Storm Debris; Get Vaccinated for Work; 9-11 Anniversary Events in Montgomery; Sign Up for Fall Recreation Programs

9-7: Six New COVID Cases; Storm Ida Update for Montgomery; If You Need Recovery Help; Removal of Storm Debris; Get Vaccinated for Work; 9-11 Anniversary Events in Montgomery; Sign Up for Fall Recreation Programs

TODAY’S COVID-19 CASE SUMMARY There have been six (6) new cases of COVID-19 in Montgomery and Rocky Hill since our last report on Tuesday, 9-3-21. The Montgomery Township Health Department strongly encourages residents to get vaccinated, particularly with the start of

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MONTGOMERY TO HONOR 9-11 ANNIVERSARY SATURDAY

MONTGOMERY TO HONOR 9-11 ANNIVERSARY SATURDAY

Montgomery Township and community partners have announced three public events on Saturday, September 11, 2021, to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 9-11 attacks on the United States. “The spirit of service is alive and well in Montgomery Township,” said

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Reminder: 3rd Qtr. Property Tax Due Sept. 15

Reminder: 3rd Qtr. Property Tax Due Sept. 15

Montgomery Township was delayed in received certified tax rates from Somerset County.  As a result the Third Quarter/August 1 tax bills were sent out late and are due on September 15, 2021. Payments made on or before September 15th will

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9-3: Seven New Cases; Comprehensive Ida Update; Get Vaccinated for Work; Quarterly Township Newsletter Is Out; Sign Up for Fall Recreation Programs

9-3: Seven New Cases; Comprehensive Ida Update; Get Vaccinated for Work; Quarterly Township Newsletter Is Out; Sign Up for Fall Recreation Programs

TODAY’S COVID-19 CASE SUMMARY There have been seven (7) new cases of COVID-19 in Montgomery and Rocky Hill since our last report on Tuesday, 8-31-21, and 17 cases in the last week.  The Montgomery Township Health Department strongly encourages residents to

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Montgomery Declares State of Emergency; Avoid Travel

Montgomery Declares State of Emergency; Avoid Travel

Photo above: Road & Bridge Damage on Rt. 601/Great Rd. in Skillman Montgomery Township Mayor Devra Keenan this morning declared a local state of emergency in the wake of major flooding caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. The Office

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Somerset County - All Transportation & Senior Services Canceled for Sept. 2

Somerset County – All Transportation & Senior Services Canceled for Sept. 2

Somerset County has cancelled all transportation and Senior Center services for September 2, 2021 in response to the significant flooding throughout the County from the remnants of Hurricane Ida. Residents are asked to shelter in place and not travel on

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Police Advisory: Widespread Flooding.  Do Not Travel.

Police Advisory: Widespread Flooding. Do Not Travel.

There is widespread flooding throughout the area. Do not travel. Multiple roads are closed throughout town. Do not drive through high water.  Fire Departments are conducting numerous water rescues. REMINDER: 911 is for life threatening emergencies. PLEASE DO NOT CALL

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Somerset Cty. Emergency Mgt. Urges Everyone to Stay Off Roads, Shelter in Place Until Flooding Retreats

Somerset Cty. Emergency Mgt. Urges Everyone to Stay Off Roads, Shelter in Place Until Flooding Retreats

First Responders Are Working Overtime to Address Emergency Situations Caused by Flooding; Driving on Roads Is Dangerous and Takes Rescue Workers from Other Life-Saving Work Somerville, NJ – The Somerset County Office of Emergency Management (SCOEM) requests that residents refrain

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