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Smart911 allows residents to create a Safety Profile for theirhousehold that includes vital info that you want 9-1-1 call takers & emergency responders to have in the event of an emergency.
Pursuant to IAPP Section 9.11.2, every NJ law enforcement agency is required to submit a brief synopsis of all complaints where a termination, reduction in rank or grade, and/or suspension of more than 5 days was assessed to an agency member.
Many residents and businesses are now utilizing surveillance cameras and these cameras may capture persons and events without the owner’s knowledge and this captured information may help the police department solve crimes and help keep Morris Twp. safe.
Morris Township Police Department has a "Medication Return Box" to dispose of all your expired, unwanted, or unused over-the-counter and prescription medications.
September meeting & Public Works dates; Yardwaste Collection; MCMUA Household Hazardous Waste Event Dates; Honoring Morris Township's Hometown Heroes; Hurricane Season; 9/11 Remembrance; Mark your Calendars...
PROPERTY OWNERS AND OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS REMINDED TO SECURE TRASH AND OTHER POTENTIAL FOOD SOURCES AS BLACK BEARS ENTER FALL FEEDING PERIOD
Bands. Beer. Bratwurst. / Saturday, October 7th / Hillside Hose Co., 132 Western Ave/ 2-8 PM/ Our family friendly event includes local bands, great food, and both German and domestic beers on tap.
Celebrate Fire Prevention Week with a visit to one of our fire houses! Tues, Oct 10th– Fairchild Fire House, 6pm-8pmThurs, Oct 12th– Woodland Fire House, 6pm-8pm
[Recommended Ages: 5-10]; Saturday, October 21, 2-4 PM; Convent Train Station, 1 Convent Road; -Helmet safety check -Road and obstacle course -Learn the safety rules of the road as you ride
Trunk or Treat begins at 3 PM / Dwyer Lane; Featured Film Scooby Doo begins at dusk/ Ginty Field (next to Dwyer Lane);Registration is required to give out candy (no homemade goods allowed).
The Senior Citizen Advisory Committee (SCAC) of Morris Twp is inviting your in-person participation at our Focus Groups Meeting on Tues, Oct 10 from 2-4 p.m. We are seeking input from our seniors regarding issues that were raised last spring in our Survey
Sewer bills are mailed once a year in January and contain two biannual payment stubs. Sewer bills are due April 1 and October 1. If you do not receive a sewer bill in January please contact our office.
1. Pools Hit Their Peak 2. Honoring Our Hometown Heroes 3. Township Receives Perfect Audit 4. Overlay Program Begins This Month 5. Cannabis Advisory Committee's First Meeting
The Department of Public Works is scheduled to begin the ANNUAL OVERLAY PROGRAM mid- August. The following streets have been designated for milling and paving in 2023.
Ticks can become infected with diseases when feeding on white-footed mice & other small mammals. An infected tick can then spread disease to a person through a tick bite. You can reduce the risk of getting tick diseases by taking steps to avoid tick bites
Office Hours for 2023/1st Wednesday of each month except April/ 6:00-7:30 pm at Town Hall or by Zoom
Sat, June 17/ 9 AM- 2 PM Morris Co. Public Safety Training Academy/ Sat, Sept 16, 9 AM- 2 PM Morris Co. Public Safety Training Academy/ Sat, Oct 21, 9 AM- 2 PM Pequannock Valley Park
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the lead federal agency, in partnership with the Federal Communications Commission & the Department of Veterans Affairs, working to make the promise of 988 a reality for America.
The Morris Township Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) has conducted a physical survey of our historic properties, photographed each one, and organized them into the following five(5) albums: