Municipal Messenger Monthly/ June
June Meeting Dates:

June 1st: Planning Board Meeting, 7:30 PM
June 8th: Board of Adjustment Special Meeting, 7:30 PM
June 15th: Planning Board Meeting, 7:30 PM
June 17th: Board of Health Meeting, 5 PM
June 17th: Township Committee Meeting, 7 PM
June 22nd: Board of Adjustment Meeting, 7:30 PM

Further information on remote access & public participation can be found on the Township websites " news flash ", " agenda center " & " calendar " closer to the meeting date.

All other board and committee meetings are cancelled for the month of June.
June Department of Public Works (DPW) Dates:

June 3rd & 4th: Large Item Collection , call the DPW,
973-326-7398 or request a pick-up online in advance,  link
June 22nd-June 26th:   Large Metal and Appliance Collection , call the DPW, 973-326-7398 or request a pick-up online in advance,  link

Department of Public Works hours:
Mon-Sat, 6 AM to 1:45 PM. 
Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Events/ Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority

Sat, June 13th & Sun, June 28th / 9 am- 2 pm
Morris County Public Safety Training Academy
500 W. Hanover Avenue, Parsippany
Gov. Murphy Postpones NJ Primary Election Until July 7

  • Gov. Phil Murphy signed Executive Order No. 120, postponing primary elections on Tuesday, June 2 to Tuesday, July 7 in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Gov. Phil Murphy signed Executive Order No. 144, creating a modified vote-by-mail election for the July 7th Primary.
Have questions about the July 7 primary elections, which will be held largely by mail?
Take a look at this FAQ from the  Morris County Clerk . Get answers to questions about
✔ mail in ballots
✔ polling places
✔ voter registration
✔ and more
1,000 free tree seedlings were distributed to Morris Township residents this past weekend as part of the New Jersey Forest Service’s New Jersey Tree Recovery Campaign. The seedling distribution was a joint effort of the Morris Township Environmental Commission and the Department of Parks and Recreation. This was the third year that the Township participated in the Tree Recovery Program.
The distribution effort was organized by the Tractenberg Family (pictured above) of Mill Road in the Fairchild neighborhood of the Township.  Steve Tractenberg, a member of both the Environmental Commission and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee, was joined by his wife Heather Ayers, Mother-in-Law Deb Ayers, daughter Lily Tractenberg and staff of the Parks and Recreation Department in distributing the tree seedlings along with planting instructions.  Over 200 Township families received trees at the distribution on Saturday, May 30 th .
Many thanks to the Morris Township Police Department for their assistance in traffic control for this very popular activity.
Residents received a selection of Mockernut Hickory, Hackberry, Eastern Red Bud, Kousa Dogwood, and Persimmon tree seedlings, all provided from the New Jersey Forest Service Tree Nursery in Jackson, NJ.
We look forward to seeing many new neighborhood trees providing shade and other environmental benefits from these seedlings.
Arrowwood Viburnum
Seedling Planted by Christina Ethridge
Kousa Dogwood
Morris County Roads: 2020 Road Projects Move Ahead

Morris Township and Morris Plains Project(West Hanover Avenue, Koch Road to Stiles Avenue) will go out to bid in late spring or early summer.
Swim Pool, Recreation Programs, and Parks/Playgrounds
Swim Pool, Recreation Programs, & Parks/ Playground information forthcoming. W e appreciate your patience and understanding as we wait for state guidance.

Effective 6/15:
🍽️Outdoor dining at restaurants can begin
🛍️Non-essential in-person retail can begin

Effective 6/22:
💈Salons and barber shops can open

In the period to follow:
🏋Gyms and health clubs can open