In 1909, the Bound Brook Board of Trade published 
Bound Brook,The Place to Dwell.  
Looking back you will see that much of Bound Brook has changed, but so much has remained the same.  We are a small town, we are close-knit, and we care.  From the long time business owner to the life long resident and all those in between, we have what many towns lack - community.  We are poised once again for great things.  On page seven of this book you will read,  ~ A wise man says, "He wants to live in a place that not only was alive one hundred years ago, but is alive and growing today."  105 years later, we are still alive and growing.  We are still the place to dwell!


 


      NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

PUBLIC NOTICE-

THE RECREATION COMMISSION HAS CHANGED THEIR 2014 MEETING CALENDAR.  THE COMMISSION WILL MEET EVERY 4TH WEDNESDAY AT 7:30 PM AT THE CODRINGTON PARK RECREATION CENTER-THOMPSON AVENUE

 

The New 2014 schedule for yard debris pick up is available and located in the Resident Information tab.


 Economic Development Advisory Committee is seeking volunteers 

click here for contact info 



Once again, residents who have not done so are being urged to sign up with nixle.  It's fast and free - from severe weather to road closures, nixle will keep you safe and informed.  


 

While supplies last, gun locks are available to residents at Police Headquarters.  The locks are free and supplies are limited. We all want to keep our children safe and the Bound Brook Police Department is here to help.  For more information you can call 732.356.0800 or check out http://www.projectchildsafe.org/


 

 On April 26th , 10 A.M. - 2 P.M.  you can drop off unused or expired medication at the Bound Brook Police Station.  Click on the link for complete information.

 

CLICK HERE FOR NOTICE OF A REQUEST FOR LETTERS OF INTEREST
 Bound Brook Redevelopment map


 

  

 

 

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