Indoor Capacity Limits to Rise in NJ from 25 Percent to 35 Percent for Certain Businesses 

Indoor Capacity Limits to Rise in NJ from 25 Percent to 35 Percent for Certain Businesses 

Governor Murphy Signs Executive Order Raising Indoor Capacity Limits from 25 Percent to 35 Percent for Certain Businesses Executive Order Also Ends Statewide 10 p.m. Curfew for In-Person Indoor Restaurant Service, and Adjusts Gathering Limits for Religious and Political Activities, Wedding

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Reminder: Stay Safe During the Holidays

Reminder: Stay Safe During the Holidays

Stay Safe During the Holiday Season With the dangerous increase in COVID-19 cases, this holiday season will be like no other. Travel outside of your home should be limited. Indoor gatherings are limited to 10 people and should be limited

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Somerset County Public Transportation Temp. Suspended

Somerset County Public Transportation Temp. Suspended

Somerset County public transportation services reported at 7:15 AM today that they are suspended due to the winter storm. Officials will reevaluate the situation as road conditions improve later today (Thursday, Dec. 17). Transportation paratransit will attempt to provide services

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SNOW STORM: EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS REMINDERS – 12-15-20

SNOW STORM: EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS REMINDERS – 12-15-20

Heavy, wet snow is predicted for Wednesday into Thursday with the possibility of icing, which could impact power lines.  Some forecasts suggest we may get more than a foot of snow. Here are some preparation reminders for our residents: 1.    

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Road & Bridge Work Projects Status 12-08-20

Road & Bridge Work Projects Status 12-08-20

Please follow the below links to view a report on current and upcoming road and bridge construction projects in Montgomery Township. This information is current to 12-08-20.  These projects listed may be the responsibility of the Township or other agencies

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Police Advisory: Crypocurrency Scam

Police Advisory: Crypocurrency Scam

Montgomery Police wish to inform residents of a scam involving cryptocurrency. Recently, a resident was contacted by a male claiming to be from the United States Marshall’s Service. The male informed the resident that there was a problem with the

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Video: Montgomery Twp. Food Resources

Video: Montgomery Twp. Food Resources

In the above video, Montgomery Township Mayor Sadaf Jaffer speaks with Recreation Director Karen Zimmerman on hunger in the community, resources available for those who need food assistance, as well as ways for those who wish to contribute. The Montgomery

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Police Reminder: Lock Your Doors, Remove Valuables from Vehicles

Police Reminder: Lock Your Doors, Remove Valuables from Vehicles

The Montgomery Township Police Department investigated a car burglary that occurred on the afternoon of Tuesday 11/24 between the hours of 14:30 and 15:45. The vehicle was parked in the lower parking lot of Cherry Valley Country Club near the

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10-02: Schools & Halloween, Fall Deer Reminders, Bike Collection, Case Report

10-02: Schools & Halloween, Fall Deer Reminders, Bike Collection, Case Report

Montgomery Planning for the COVID “Yellow Zone” for Schools & Halloween   By Stephanie Carey, Health Officer Montgomery has been cautiously planning for the reopening of schools on October 12 and Halloween on October 31 assuming “yellow zone” (moderate) spread

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Monty for Justice Tonight

Monty for Justice Tonight

Virtual Q&A on Anti-Racism Sept. 30 You’re invited! Join Monty for Justice in a virtual Q&A session on anti-racism with township leaders on Wednesday, September 30th from 7-9PM. With featured panelists such as Mayor Sadaf Jaffer, Deputy Mayor Marvin Schuldiner,

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