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Madison Public Library Construction Closing Library

The Madison Public Library is closed for construction. All Chase Auditorium activities will be held as scheduled. Holds pickup is available Friday 4 - 7 pm and Saturday 2 - 5 pm in the Chase Auditorium. Watch the Library's website ( or RoseNet for information on the Library's re-opening.

Bottle Hill Day is CANCELLED Downtown Development Commission

The forecasted windy conditions will make for an unsafe situation and the safety of the residents and attendees is our top priority. We hope to reschedule the event for later in the month. Thank you for your understanding.

Bottle Hill Day is ON w/ delayed start of 11AM Downtown Development Commission

BOTTLE HILL DAY UPDATE. OCTOBER 2, 2015,4:45PM. Tomorrow’s Bottle Hill Day is ON with a delayed start. Setup time will begin at 9am and the event will start @ 11am. NOTE TO VENDORS Bottle hill day is ON with a one hour delay! Setup will start at 9am with the event starting at 11am. Also, if the weather deteriorates, then the event may be cancelled at anytime. Please monitor your email or the front page of for possible overnight updates. we are expecting wind, so plan accordingly. You are responsible for making sure your display is safe. You are NOT required to bring a tent. A table and handheld umbrella will work fine and the rain is supposed to stop by 9am! Only bring a tent if you have 25 lbs or more of weights securely tied to the tent frame. The Police Department will be monitoring all tents and displays to make sure they are safe. Please think safety first regarding your booth, display and items.

Waverly Green Paving Engineering Department

Waverly Green Parking Lot paving scheduled Monday at sunrise September 28 weather permitting. Line striping scheduled immediately thereafter. Please avoid the area. Thank you for your cooperation.

Madison Public Library Holiday Weekend Closing Library

The Madison Public Library will be closed Saturday, September 5 through Monday, September 7 for the holiday weekend.

Sidewalk Municipal Partial Reimbursement Program Engineering Department

Per Municipal Code 166-34, A residential property owner may apply to the Borough for partial reimbursement of the cost of replacement of an existing sidewalk or construction of a new sidewalk on land abutting a public street. The reimbursement shall be $25 per square yard. The reimbursement shall apply to sidewalk installation only and shall not apply to ancillary work such as landscaping, lawn sprinklers or electronic dog fences. The property owner shall submit a road opening permit to the Borough Engineer and all bills associated with the project as well as evidence of payment to the contractor, prior to signing the reimbursement voucher from the municipality.

Madison Public Library Closing Library

The Madison Public Library will be closed effective Monday, August 24 for approximately a week to 10 days for an asbestos abatement project. Staff will be available in the Library's Chase Auditorium so that the public can pick up books and media delivered from other libraries. The Library's bookdrop will remain open and staff will process the returned materials. The Chase Auditorium will be open Monday-Friday 10 am - 6 pm and Saturday 10 am - 1 pm. Madison Library cards may be used at the other public libraries in Morris County as well as Summit, New Providence, Berkeley Heights, Bernards Township and Bernardsville.

Coalition of Justice-Involved Youth Meeting Health Department

Open to parents, caregivers, and family of youth involved in the justice system interested in reforming the juvenile justice system in New Jersey. Registration is recommended, as food will be served. August 15, 2015, 12-2 PM at: Grassman Hall Trinitas Regional Medical Center 655 East Jersey Street Elizabeth, NJ 07206 To register, call 908-994-7471

New Jersey Parents' Caucus Health Department

On August 8th, 9am-5pm New Jersey Parents' Caucus, a youth mental health/juvenile justice advocacy organization, is hosting a conference at Drew Theological School on the theme of Juvenile Incarceration. The goal of the event is to create awareness of issues impacting youth at the State level, as well as inform community members on effective advocacy tactics. The conference will include keynote speaker Theodore Shaw, Community Advocate at Southern Poverty Law Center, Alyson Clements, State Strategist at the National Juvenile Justice Network, and the New Jersey Parents Caucus Youth Coalition. Please register at

Board of Health August 18 meeting Health Department

August 18, 2015 Board of Health meeting has been cancelled.

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