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2014 Road Program Presentation

On Thursday, April 17th at 6:00 pm in the Council Meeting Room there will be a presentation by Mayor Wallace, Annina Hogan, Township Engineer, Nick Pileggi, Director of Municipal Services and Robert Smith, Business Administrator on the 2014 Road Program which will include the following roads:
Canis Court, Spring Lake Avenue, Auriga Lane, Libra Lane, Halley Lane, Appaloosa Way, Bound Brook Court, Lippizan Drive, Mansoor Court, Palomino Trail, Bunker Hill Road, Constitution Road, Diane Court, Eden Road, Foyt Court, Pinto Drive, Collins Lane, Hickory Circle, Quay Circle, Shire Drive, Valley Run Road, Evans Lane, McCann Boulevard, Stacy Court, Turner Court, Packer Court, Bates Court, Freedom Place, Sawyer Court, Grenloch Court, and Grant Circle.



The 24th Annual Washington Township Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 26th from 10 AM to 3 PM at the Washington Lake Park Amphitheater.  The rain date is Sunday, April 27th. 

The outdoor event with over 120 vendors and exhibitors will feature live music by “TK & the Howlers” and singing artist Laura Cheadle will kick the event off at 10 AM with the National Anthem.  There will also be recorded music throughout the day by Rowan University’s 89.7 FM.  Exhibits, seminars, demonstrations, 4H animals, adoptable pets, crafts and fun activities promote re-use, conservation, preservation, environmental education and an enjoyment of being outdoors.  Visitors can receive free tree seedlings and basil plants courtesy of the Environmental Commission, as well as other giveaways and are invited to bring chairs and blankets to relax on the Amphitheater lawn. Washington Township Mayor Barbara Wallace said, “I am encouraging everyone to join the Washington Township Environmental Commission in collecting gently-used sneakers, boots and dress shoes, which will be donated to poor families in third world countries, at the Earth Day Celebration on April 26, 2014.” 

In addition to the day-long activities, the following items will be collected for re-use and recycling:  Cell phones, eyeglasses, hearing aids, printer cartridges, used postage stamps & spring plants, which will be replanted in the Park. 

 The 2014 Earth Day Celebration is sponsored by the Washington Township Environmental Commission.  “We’re asking our visitors to bring a donation of a non-perishable food item or toiletry for Mother’s Cupboard food bank and/or an item for the animal shelters, such as food, cat litter and cleaning supplies,” said WTEC member, Anne Hastings

 For more information, please contact the Environmental Commission at 856-589-0520 extension 232 or email them at wtec@twp.washington.nj.us


Please be advised that we are experiencing technical difficulties with our phone lines at the Municipal Building.  To reach the Clerk, Public Works, Municipal Services, Parks and Recreation, Construction, Zoning, Planning, Tax Collector or Administration, please call 856 589-0520.  The operator will transfer you to the proper extension.  Please do not leave messages as our voicemail system is inoperable.  You may leave a message via email at

We will process your message to the appropriate department and respond accordingly.

Thank you for your patience during this time.


Pictured from left to right: Nicholas Pileggi, Municipal Services Director, Mayor Barbara Wallace, AnninaHogan and Bob Smith, Business Administrator
Annina Hogan of Remington & Vernick Engineers was awarded The New Jersey Society of Municipal Engineers Inc. Project of the Year Award for her work on the Wedgewood Forrest Roadway Reconstruction & Drainage Project. She was awarded the FIRST PLACE award at a ceremony held on Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at the League of Municipalities in Atlantic City.
















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