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Release Date: October 26, 2012
The Department of Code Enforcement and Inspections will be processing permits, performing inspections and answering questions for the storm affected residents on Saturday, 11/17, Friday 11/23 and Saturday 11/24 from 8AM - 12 noon. Please call 732-390-7077 for more information 11/09/2012
The grace period for tax payments has been extened to November 30, 2012.
Please see our story detailing disaster assistance programs and resources. All organizations and agencies that have been permitted to operate in the Borough of Sayreville will be maintaining an intake office at the Sayreville Senior Center, 423 Main St. All of these agencies are volunteer or federal employees and should present the proper identification to you. None of these agencies will ask you to pay a fee. Please call Sayreville Police with any questions or to report suspicious activity.
ROAD CLOSURE - Main Street will be closed eastbound at Washington Road Thursday 11/8 from 4PM - 8PM. Residents needing access to Main St. should use Pulaski Ave. Westbound traffic will not be affected by the closure.
Public Schools will re-open on Tuesday 11/13/2012.
The FEMA office at the Senior Center will be closed today due to inclement weather
Leaf Collection has been suspended until further notice. Residents are welcome to bring their leaves to Fort Grumpy. Please call Public Works at 732-390-7042 with any questions.
The Fire Department is reminding all residents to change the batteries in their smoke detector and carbon monoxide detectors. The department has been receiving numerous false alarms due to batteries that were compromised by the power outage.
ALL proceeds of the Sayreville Bomber game this weekend against Monroe will benefit the Sayreville Storm Relief Fund. The game will be held this Saturday, November 10, 2012 at 1pm at the Sayreville War Memorial High School field.
11/06/2012: 12 PM - ALL Municipal Departments are open from 8AM - 4PM, Monday - Friday. Elections will be held as originally scheduled.
Construction Officials will be in storm affected areas Wed. and Thurs. to assist with questions and construction issues
Residents wishing to donate can drop off items at OLV's Dalton Hall, 24 Main St., Sayreville from Noon - 8 PM and the Gilette Complex, 287 Cheesequake Rd. Suites K & L, 9AM - 5PM. Monetary donations can be made by only by check payable to Sayreville Storm Relief Fund, 167 Main Street, Sayreville, NJ 08872. Gift cards are also being accepted.
A FEMA Recovery Assistance Center has been opened at our Senior Center at 423 Main Street. Representatives will be there to assist from 8AM - 8PM every day. For more information please call 1-800-621-FEMA or visit www.DisasterAssistance.gov
Cablevision has announced that customers may request credit to their account for any time they experienced a disruption of service. Please contact customer service at 732-548-2400 or visit cablevision.com or optimum.net
10/29/2012 3:30 PM - Municipal Court proceedings for Tuesday 10/30/2012 have been postponed.
10/29/2012 11:30 AM -ROADWAY CLOSURES - The following roads are closed due to flooding conditions: Route 35 N/S at Morgan Bridge, The Veteran's Bridge between Sayreville and South River, Bordentown Ave. and MacArthur Ave.(Main St. to Washington Rd.).
10/28/2012 5PM: Garbage Collection for Monday 10/29 and Tuesday 10/30 has been postponed. Sayreville Schools will be closed on Monday 10/29 and Tuesday 10/30.
The national weather service issued an alert for our area indicating that major impacts from Hurricane Sandy are possible. Residents are urged prepare for the storm, as it has the potential to cause flooding, power outages, and/or damage. For a preparation checklist, please click here.
Additionally, The Borough of Sayreville STRONGLY encourages all residents to register with our Emergency Notification System/Reverse 9-1-1 and on Nixle.com. Please continue to check this page and SayTV Channel 15, as they will be updated throughout the storm to bring you current safety information and information on road closures, as well as resources for residents after the storm has passed.
Some residents may be evacuated. If you are asked to evacuate, you are strongly urged to do as it may be not be possible at a later time.
We are also reminding residents to call the Police Department at 732-727-4444 for non-emergenecy matters. If you are having a true emergency please dial 9-1-1. Otherwise, please help keep the emergency lines clear by calling the general number. Thank You.