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Water Main Construction: Intersection of Surrey Lane & Fawn Drive

Weather permitting, Water Main Construction is scheduled to begin at the intersection of Surrey Lane & Fawn Drive: Wednesday, January 24, 2018…

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1/22/18 Energy Aggregation Presentation at Meeting

Mayor Ed Meinhardt has announced that Gabel Associates will present information about Energy Aggregation at the regular Township Council Meeting on…

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DATE CHANGE: Jan. 24, 8 PM: LWV to Host 2018 Mayor Ed Meinhardt

  2018 Livingston Mayor Edward Meinhardt will address the Livingston League of Women Voters on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 8 p.m. The…

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Friday, Feb. 2: Go Red for Women’s Heart Health!

Friday, February 2, 2018 Go Red for Women's Heart Health View event flyer (PDF)     All are invited to attend the Livingston…

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Christmas Tree Collection/ Recycling Ends Jan. 31

If you have a live-cut Christmas tree, remember: After the holidays, it's easy to recycle your tree! Leave your undecorated Christmas tree at the…

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CORRECTED Town Planner: Make Sure You Have this Update!

Make sure you're using the CORRECTED 2018 Livingston Town Planner Calendar!   The company that compiles and prints our Livingston Town…

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Jan. 22: Learn about Japanese Traditions with the Historical Society

The Japanese traditions of New Year’s Day and Wabi-Sabi will be the topic of the next Livingston Historical Society meeting on Monday, January 22…

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IMPORTANT: See Us First on Facebook

In case of emergencies, Emergency Notifications are sent out via Swift911. However, Livingston Township posts a great deal of everyday…

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Did You Buy a Camuso Snowman? He’s Ready to Come Home!

Many thanks to all of those who purchased a Camuso Snowman during the 2017 Camuso Display season. Although the season was cut short by Mother Nature,…

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Complete this Survey to Comment on Riker Hill Art Park Improvements:

  On Thursday, January 11, 2018, Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr. and Livingston Mayor Edward Meinhardt hosted a public…

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Storm Update regarding both the recycling and garbage collectors this morning regarding the status of collections on Friday, January 3rd due to the snow storm.
1.  Recycling – Girodano Recycling notified the Township they are sending trucks this morning to see if they can get through our streets to do some collections.  They are already a day behind in the zones because of the Wednesday holiday.
2. Garbage – Waste Industries will have no garbage collection today.  They will be doing a double pickup on Tuesdays for those residents that are in the section for Tuesday & Friday collections.