The Community of East Brunswick
One of the fastest growing suburban areas in Central New Jersey, East Brunswick Township is situated midway between the cultural beacons of New York City and Philadelphia. Its location makes for an ideal metropolitan area living and commuting experience for its 46,756 residents, as of the 2000 census.
East Brunswick’s public schools are annually touted among the best of the nation, with several schools winning the coveted Blue Ribbon for excellence. Easily accessible by the New Jersey Turnpike, the township also boasts an award-winning public library that is consistently the single busiest municipal library in the state, well-kept homes with ever-rising property values, and amenities galore including numerous quality shopping plazas along its main commercial thoroughfare, Route 18.
East Brunswick Township The township's home page.
East Brunswick School District.
East Brunswick Public Schools - Adult and Community Education Programs. The Adult School Spring 2013 Course Catalog.
East Brunswick Police Department
East Brunswick Recreation Department Summer Day Camp brochures arrive in The Library every spring. Check at the Information Desk for further information! OR download the registration form and the brochure here (Adobe Reader required) when it becomes available. Registration forms may also be mailed in or dropped off at the Recreation office at 350 Dunhams Corner Road, East Brunswick, NJ 08816 Phone: (732) 390-6797 Fax: (732) 390-6818. For more information also check the new East Brunswick Summer Day Camps Website:
East Brunswick Recreation Department: Recreation, Parks, & Community Services Magazine
Friends of the East Brunswick Environmental Commission -This website contains information on everything “green” in EB - guides to town parks, information on Option Green lecture series, salamander migrations and protection, moth nights, and other Friends events and projects. They encourage residents to join the website email list which sends occasional short emails with information and updates on events.
History of East Brunswick Published by the East Brunswick Historical Society on the Township's Web site.
Our Community is Fair -- A cultural festival celebrating the diversity of East Brunswick held every September at the Municipal complex.
Central Jersey Business AllianceThe Central Jersey Business Alliance (CJBA) is an alliance of East Brunswick businesses whose sole purpose is for the betterment of the retailers, service providers and health professionals who reside in East Brunswick.
EB International Community
--East Brunswick Soldiers KIA
--East Brunswick Resident Killed on September 11, 2001
Middlesex CountyMiddlesex County Middlesex County home page.
Info Line of Central Jersey Information and referrals to social service agencies.
Middlesex County Fair Runs one week every August at the Fairgrounds in East Brunswick.
Middlesex County Flu Clinic Flu Clinic Schedules from the County.
Middlesex County Recycling
New JerseyState of New Jersey State of New Jersey home page.
Child Care Centers in New Jersey Directory of licensed Child Care Centers in New Jersey, searchable by county.
PSE&G Payment Assistance Outreach This page from PSE&G lists programs available to assist those who need assistance paying their energy bills. Need Help Paying Your Energy Bills? is their brochure in PDF format.
more New Jersey links
On any given block in East Brunswick, chances are you can hear a variety of languages spoken by your neighbors. That’s because people from all over the world have found the award-winning township to be a comfortable, nurturing place in which to make a home for their families.
Check the East Brunswick International Community page for information and links to services and organizations that strive to meet the needs of virtually every ethnic group represented in the East Brunswick area. Resources include English as a Second Language classes and tutors, literacy training, immigration assistance, practice US citizenship exam tests, web sites for ethnocentric news and cultural activities, multilingual computing at the library, and so much more.
Latitude 40 degrees 24.273 min North
Longitude 74 degrees 25.516 min West
Elevation varies from 10 -150 ft above sea level and averages 124.521 ft. above sea level.
Miles from the equator - 2,760
Area - 21.5 square miles
East Brunswick lies within the inner coastal plain.
Highest Point - Sand Hills, So. Brunswick 235 ft. (Source - Middlesex County Planning Board 8/92)
Average Temperature - 52.9 degrees F.
Average rainfall - 45.5 inches
Grains of hardness 50 parts/million. East Brunswick has soft water because it's surface water, not well water.
Fluoride content: 1:00 ppm (parts per million)
The source of East Brunswick's water is the Round Valley-Spruce Run Reservoir System in Hunterdon County. The township purchases the "raw" water under contract from the NJ Water Supply Authority. The reservoir's water is then pumped into the Delaware and Raritan Canal where it mixes with Delaware River water. It then flows to the Middlesex Water Company intake at the north edge of New Brunswick. Water is treated and pumped to East Brunswick under contract with Middlesex Water Company in Edison at their new $40 million state-of-the-art treatment plant. (Source - East Brunswick Water Utility - 02/07/00)
Elected Officials (current)
The township is managed under a Mayor-Council form of government. The Mayor is the chief executive of the community who is elected for a four year term at the regular Presidential election in November and serves part-time. While the Mayor does not preside over, nor have a vote on the Council, he or she may vote in case of a tie on the question of filling a Council vacancy. The Mayor also has veto power over ordinances, but his vetoes can be overridden by a vote of two-thirds of the Council. Check the East Brunswick Township web site for additional information about the local government.
East Brunswick Township was incorporated in 1860. The head of East Brunswick government was the Chairman of the Township Committee from 1860 -1964. From 1954 on, he was called the mayor, but the office was not directly elected until 1964.
East Brunswick Elections - Mayors (winners in italics)
|2008||David Stahl v. Christi Calvano and Donald Klemp|
|2004||William Neary v. Christi Calvano|
|2000||William Neary v. Michael J. Opaleski|
|1996||William Neary v. David Zarnowsky|
|1992||Ira Oskowsky v. Kitty Martin|
|1988||Jack Sinagra v. Joe Chagnon & Louis Becker|
|1984||William Fox v. Joseph Hudak|
William Fox v. Bertram Buckler
|1976||William Fox. v. Rose Sake|
|1972||Jean Walling v. Eve Shapiro & Emily Alman|
|1968||Joseph Mammon v. Alec Borman|
|1964||Alec Borman V. Ralph Baron|
East Brunswick Chairmen
|1962-1963||Luther J. LaRue|
|1955-1961||Louis F. May, Jr.|
|1948-1952||Charles F. Sullivan|
|1946-1947||George H. Warnsdorfer|
|1938-1945||John S. Gunia|
|1920||William L. Green|
|1906-1908||Alex S. Conover|
|1887-1905||John O. Cozzens|
|1886||Charles H. Manahan|
|1878-1885||Charles P. Blew|
|1873||Jacob F. Rue|
|1866||Garrett I. Schnediker|
|1865||Daniel B. Martin|
|[Source: U.S. Census Bureau]|
World War II
|Constantine J. Haranski||2/10/1944||Anzio|
|Henry W. Jensen||2/10/1944||Anzio|
|Lawrence C. Kossma||2/10/1944||Anzio|
|William C. Kossman||2/10/1944||Anzio|
|Joseph Mihalichko||2/15/1944||French Indochina|
|Edward Modzelewski, Jr.||10/22/1944||Leyte|
Source: Plaque in East Brunswick Museum
|Frederick N. Bonner||12/31/1968||Vietnam|
|Michael J. Bosko||10/28/1966||Vietnam|
|Jan Avery Elkins||10/26/1968||Vietnam|
|Kenneth W. Gonder||5/19/1970||Vietnam|
|* Seth grew up in East and South Brunswick. He graduated from South Brunswick High School.|
Source: Star Ledger 2/5/2005 page 1.
|Cpl. Steven R. Koch, 23||March 3, 2008||Afghanistan|
Source: Home News Tribune 4-7-08 P1
|Paul W. Innella|
|Hweidar Jian Alan|
|Kenneth W. VanAuken|