Township News & Community Events
ORGANIC COMMUNITY GARDEN (OCG)
LEAF PICKUP PROGRAM – 2013
The leaf pick-up schedule for the Township will be as follows:
Zone 1 – Begins Monday, October 28, 2013 and includes all streets west of Route 31 and Petticoat Lane.
Zone 2 – Begins November 18, 2013 and includes all streets east of Route 31.
LEAF PICK-UP IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND IS WEATHER DEPENDENT.
PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE ONLY 2 ZONES THIS YEAR!
After zone 2 is complete, DPW will begin Zone 1 for the second pickup.
Please keep in mind the following:
- Leaves must be raked and curbside prior to your scheduled zone date.
- Piles of leaves with sticks, branches and grass clipping will NOT be accepted.
- Bagged leaves will not be accepted.
- Please do not rake leaves into the roadway, as this obstructs drainage.
This is a voluntary program, residents preferring to compost leaves, may do so.
Public Works anticipates and appreciates your cooperation to ensure the program’s success.
Click here for a street map of Clinton Township.
Click here for the 2013 Budget approved on May 22, 2013.
The program previously announced for electronics recycling in Clinton Township has been cancelled indefinitely by the provider. For more information, please call the Clerk’s Office at 735-8800 x 204.
Click here to download the budget as introduced April 24, 2013. Final public hearing and adoption will be held on May 22, 2013.
Click here for JCP&L outage website enhancements.
The Clinton Township Parks & Recreation 2013 Spring/Summer Program Guide has been posted on their website.
Mayor & Council Seek Feedback From Residents About Neglected Properties
Recently some Township residents have complained to Township officials about vacant properties in their neighborhoods that have been neglected. Lawns have not been cut for months, and trash has accumulated. The extreme lack of upkeep detracts from the character of our residential neighborhoods.
As a result of the concerns that have been expressed, the Mayor and Council are considering the possibility of establishing (by ordinance) limited requirements for the upkeep of vacant properties. One suggestion that has been made is to require front lawns of vacant properties to be trimmed to a height no greater than ten (10”) inches.
The Mayor and Council seek the feedback of Clinton Township residents on this topic. Please let us know how you feel by writing to us or attending a Council meeting. We look forward to hearing from you. Email the Clerk at email@example.com.
Mayor Kevin Cimei
Council President Peter Marra
Council Members Jim Imbriaco, John
Lazarus & Harmen Vos
Link to new JCP&L Power Outage and Streetlight Outage information - http://outages.firstenergycorp.com/nj.html.
Click here for the State of NJ statement on open fires and campfires effective 4/13/12.
Township Agendas & Minutes
Township Employment Opportunities
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