Meals on Wheels desperately needs volunteer drivers in your area. Serve your homebound senior neighbors a hot noontime meal. The commitment to drive is only once a month. It will take only an hour or two once a month to get that good feeling of giving. Call (908) 284-0735 to offer your time or for more information. Help us, help others. Many thanks!
A SPECIAL BALLOT QUESTION TO THE SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTERS regarding the proposed school facilities renovation project. Vote between 7:00am and 9:00pm at the
Municipal Building, Main Street, Glen Gardner, NJ
Visit the Glen Gardner School System Tab (on the Home Page) for more details.
Michael Guida, Sr. Project Manager, Aggregates Division of Eastern Concrete Materials will be giving a presentation on the Quarry and the proposed land exchange at the March 18th Council Meeting.
Keeping our fire hydrants clear of snow is a proactive safety initiative that benefits everyone. Borough Council is asking residents to 'adopt' a fire hydrant. If you have a fire hydrant near your home, include clearing around it when you are removing the snow from your property. Can you find your fire hydrant today? If not, the time to clear it is now, not when there is a fire!
Please be reminded that no person shall lay, throw, or place or cause to be placed any ice or snow on that portion of any street or sidewalk within the Borough which has been cleared or plowed for travel.
As per our Borough Ordinance, we remind residents that whenever snow has fallen and the accumulation is such that it covers the street, an emergency shall exist and NO vehicle shall be parked on the following streets in the Borough:
Brian Dean Drive
Fountain Grove Road
Glen Manor Drive
Prospect Hill Road
Violators may be towed.
Mayor Stan Kovach swore in Councilmembers Linda Rifino and Steve Yaros at the January 7th 2014 Reorganization Meeting. Click on the link below:
Swearing In Ceremony
Please be advised that Haverfield will be performing Spring Routine Aerial Inspections on the JCP&L transmission lines beginning on Monday, March 3rd. The Routine Aerial Inspections in the JCP&L region typically require about 12-15 days for completion, so the aerial patrols are expected to last into the last week of the month depending of course on weather conditions, as well as other scheduling needs. The helicopter will be flying slowly (20-30 mph) along the lines, and may hover at any time for a closer inspection. The helicopter scheduled for these patrols is a light blue with dark blue tail, MD 500 , w/ registration (tail) number N721RP.
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Please enjoy your visit to the Borough of Glen Gardner's Official Website. We continue to expand our website with information that is of value to the residents of Glen Gardner. - Added on December 21, 2006
Residents are reminded that IT IS THE LAW to clean up after their pets and dispose of this clean-up properly. Respect your fellow neighbors and avoid substantial fines at the same time!
Contact the Hunterdon County Historical Society! Founded in 1885 and located in Flemington, NJ, they are open every Thursday and 2nd & 4th Saturdays of each month. Call 908-782-1091
Contact the Borough of Glen Gardner's Historical Committee if you have documents or items that may be of value to the Borough. If you are willing to SHARE your photos, contact us and if you will allow us to 'borrow' them, we will scan them and return them to you.
When known, we will try to post planned quarry blasting dates on our website:
February 3, 2014
February 10, 2014
February 26, 2014