Montgomery Township Recent News & Events

Sponsored by Montgomery Township Health Department/Animal Control Protect your pet (and your community)!   Saturday, January 23, 2016 Public Works Garage Located on Harlingen more

Sinterklaas Bazaar – Saturday, December 5, 2015 – 9 AM to 2 PM
Stop by Blawenburg Church for our annual holiday celebration! Shop for gifts including hand-crafted garments and ornaments, and gently used home goods. You’ll also more

'Tis the Season Programs from Recreation
Holiday Sing-Along! Please join us for a festive celebration of the December holidays featuring a sing-along, tree lighting & refreshments. Our festivities will once more

Thanksgiving Recycling Pickup Date
The Somerset County Recycling Center will be closed Thursday, Nov. 26, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.  Curbside pickup for residents of Franklin Township, more

Annual Turkey Trot Sunday 11/22 from 1 to 2 pm - win a turkey!
The Turkey Trot is a series of running events for different age groups. Ribbons are awarded to all participants and 1st place winners take more

Photos of Montgomery Veterans Day Observance
On Wednesday, November 11, the Montgomery community showed its appreciation for our military veterans at a procession and ceremony at the Veterans Memorial in more

Nominations Sought for Outstanding Women
Do you know a Somerset County woman who has made extraordinary contributions to her career field or her community? The Somerset County Commission on more

Library Accepting Donations for Local Animal Shelter
Library system is inviting patrons to donate along with staff Somerset County Library System of New Jersey will be accepting donations for Somerset Regional more

Rabid Raccoon Found in Franklin
The Somerset County Department of Health is warning residents that a raccoon found in the area of Easton Avenue in the Somerset section of more

Some Recycling Pickups Delayed Due to Holiday
Some recycling pickups scheduled this week may be delayed due to the Veterans Day holiday. Residents are asked to leave their recyclables at the curb. more


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