Vol. 88 - 2020
March 26, 2020
9-1-1 Dispatchers Practice Social Distancing While Providing Round The Clock
Support To The Community
County Government Offices Still Operating For Public

9-1-1 Dispatchers On The Job
While much of the Hunterdon County workforce is working rotating schedules or offsite, as directed by Governor Murphy’s executive orders, the County’s Health Department, Office of Emergency Management (OEM), Sheriff and Corrections Officers, Park Rangers, and 9-1-1 operation continue to serve the public every day, Freeholder Board Director Shaun C. Van Doren reported during a recent public health emergency conference call with the County’s Mayors.

While County offices have been closed to the public, the Freeholders have ensured that all County Departments are functioning and available. 

To find out how to contact the various offices visit:

Van Doren has been conducting periodic calls with the County’s Mayors to provide updates on the activities of the Department of Health and OEM and to offer assistance to municipal governments where needed.



COVID-19
Updates
And Information
According to the CDC, the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a viral respiratory illness that has the potential to cause a severe illness
and pneumonia. It is contagious and spreads easily from person to person.

Hunterdon County residents are urged to stay home if you can. It is vital to your health to keep social distance if you must go out.

President Trump Issues Emergency Declaration For New Jersey

As Hunterdon County's Department of Health continues to monitor the Coronavirus (COVID-19), websites and resources are available.




You can also get Health Department updates from their Facebook and Twitter pages.

If you have any questions, please call the 24-hour Hotline, 1-800-222-1222, or 1-800-962-1253 if out of state.


Nationwide resource shortages are impacting first responders and healthcare professionals in Hunterdon County. We are asking for your help. If you or someone you know are interested in donating the items below to aid our first responders and healthcare employees, please complete the form at the link provided.

Freeholders Encourage Volunteers To Help Meals On Wheels

Vital Program During The Public Health Emergency
Did you know that Hunterdon County’s Meals on Wheels delivers warm, nutritious meals to seniors and homebound neighbors up to five days per week, often including bagged lunches for the weekends? During the current public health emergency, Hunterdon County’s Meals on Wheels program is more important than ever, Freeholder Board Deputy Director Susan J. Soloway reports in a new video supporting the program. 

Freeholder Soloway said, “Meals on Wheels not only provides nutrition, it is a lifeline for some of the most vulnerable people in our community. Due to the public health emergency, Meals on Wheels has altered the way meals are delivered to eliminate direct contact and protect the health of both participants and the volunteers."


Executive Order 107 Violation Reporting Form

If you believe an employer, organization, or entity is violating any part of Executive Order 107, please complete this form .

Compliance with this order is not voluntary.

i nformation & updates
UPDATED: NEW
Bridge and Road Closures and Detours

In response to COVID-19, most College offices are serving students, staff, and faculty remotely.

The Planetarium and Observatory will be closed temporarily.

We look forward to continuing to be your field trip destination and astronomy experts in New Jersey. Please join our Facebook group for astronomy and planetarium news.

For information and guidance about Coronavirus as it relates to RVCC, click here .

Keep looking up at those lovely skies!
Your friends at RVCC Planetarium
Click image above to visit the Norwescap website.

Shaun C. Van Doren
Director
Susan J. Soloway
Deputy Director

J. Matthew Holt
John E. Lanza
Zach Rich

Mary H. Melfi
County Clerk
Fred W. Brown
Sheriff
Susan J. Hoffman
Surrogate
Michael J. Williams
Acting Prosecutor
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