Hello! This is an important notification from New Jersey American Water. A voluntary conservation notice has been issued as of Wednesday July 20th, 2022 to reduce water usage. You reside in the affected area. We ask that you voluntarily limit all non-essential water use until further notice. Please use the following schedule for outdoor watering needs. If your street address contains an even number, please water on even-numbered dates. If your street address contains an odd number, please water on odd-numbered dates. Should current conditions continue, a mandatory conservation notice may follow. When conditions improve, customers will be notified when the conservation notice is lifted. If you are a landlord and water service is in your name, please inform your tenants so they are aware of this impact to their water service. For more information and to see a map of the affected area please go to NewJerseyamwater.com or call 1.800.272.1325. Once again, for more information and to see a map of the affected area please go to NewJerseyamwater.com or call 1.800.272.1325. Thank you for your cooperation in restricting water use until this notice is lifted.
Dangerous High Temperatures and/or Humidity over the next few days
Take the following actions:
- Cool down. Use air conditioning and fans.
- Check on family and friends for their cooling plans, especially the elderly, children, and persons with disabilities.
- Dunellen Library is a Cooling Station during operation hours.
- Learn and watch for signs of heat-related illness and take action.
- Prepare your home to keep heat out.
- Wear light, loose clothing.
- Avoid high-energy outdoor activities.
- Drink plenty of fluid, preferably water.
- Do not leave pets and people in closed cars.
Dunellen Office of Emergency Management
Homer Mosley, OEM Coordinator
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Redevelopment of the old Art Color Complex
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Additional Parking When Snowing
1. Columbia Park
2. McCoy Park
3. The American Legion