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HARDING TOWNSHIP

TRAFFIC ADVISORY

Chief Giansanti advises that Sand Spring Lane will be closed to through traffic until approximately 2 pm today (Friday, October 31st) for Fire Department drills. 

There is NO emergency.

Police Department

Rabies Clinic 2014

Harding Township and Morris Township are sponsoring a Free Rabies Vaccination Clinic for Cats and Dogs on Saturday, November 1, 2014, from 10 am to 12 noon at the New Vernon Volunteer Fire Department, 22 Village Road, Harding Township.  Animals must be on a leash or in a carrier.

Health Department

Residential Safety Tips

Harding Township Police Chief Mark Giansanti and the Harding Township Committee want to alert residents of recent burglaries that have occurred in surrounding municipalities over the past few months.  It is always prudent to take basic safeguards and report any suspicious activity immediately to police.  (973-455-0500 - 0)

We are suggesting that residents:

  • Lock doors and windows, leave enough lights on to make your house appear occupied and activate your alarm when away.
  • Report suspicious behavior to HTPD, including motor vehicles and persons.
  • Keep an eye out for your neighbor's residence.
  • Call HTPD if you are going away so that we can place your residence on our watch list.

Township Administrator

EBOLA Information from CDC

EBOLA -- What You Need-to-Know  The CDC has issued this brochure containing information concerning Ebola.

Health Department

Roadwork Notice

 


UPDATE

The Harding Township Department of Public Works will once again be performing road repairs per our comprehensive road maintenance program.  We will be performing pipe and drainage work, filling pot holes, milling deficiencies and patching all holes with hot asphalt.  Please be careful and slow down when driving on roads when roadwork signs are present to ensure the safety of your Public Works Employees.  Also please be especially careful operating a bicycle or walking on these roads

Phase 1 – Spring – May 30, 2014

  • Road surveys (completed)
  • Pot Hole Repairs (completed)
  • Milling and Paving:
    • Military Hill Drive (completed)

Phase 2 – June 1, 2014 – July 15, 2014

  • Milling and Paving:
    • Sand Spring Road (completed)
    • Millbrook Rd (Village to Blue Mill) (completed)
    • Pleasantville Rd (completed)

Phase 3 – July 16, 2014 – September 15, 2014

  • Milling and Paving:
    • Dicksons Mill Rd (partial completed)
    • Baileys Mill Rd (partial completed)
  • Oil and Stone Treatment:
    • Military Hill Drive (completed)
    • Blackwell Place (completed)
    • Sand Spring Rd (completed)
    • Goosedown Drive (completed)
    • Tigerlily Lane (completed)
    • Blue Mill Rd (Spring Valley to Red Gate) (completed)
    • Brook Drive South (completed)
    • Millbrook Rd (Village Rd to Blue Mill Rd) (completed)
    • Pleasantville Rd (completed)
  • Line Stripping of all Municipal roads (completed)

 

Phase IV (if resources available) – September 15, 2014 – End of Season

  • Basin repairs
  • Post House Rd (mill & pave)
  • Bailey Mill Rd (continue milling & paving)
  • Dicksons Mill Rd (continue milling & paving)
  • Stop Lines on Oil & Stone Roads


Public Works Department

Portable Generator Safety Tips

In the wake of recent storms, many people have inquired about using portable generators during storm events.  Portable generators are very attractive for emergency situations, but harbor significant safety risks and operational considerations.  Harding Township, in conjuction with Jersey Central Power and Light, recommend you follow these safety tips on the use of your portable generator.

Township Administrator

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Harding Township Municipal Offices  PO Box 666, 21 Blue Mill Road, New Vernon, NJ  07976
Phone: 973-267-8000     Fax: 973-267-6221

Harding Township Police Department  PO Box 246, 21 Blue Mill Road, New Vernon, NJ  07976
Phone:  (non-emergency) 973-455-0500     (emergency) 911     Fax: 973-455-1135