Dunellen is just about the swellest one mile of suburbia in all of New Jersey.
Established in 1887, this borough began as a train stop for the Elizabethtown and Somerville Railroad. If you are good at math, this means that this fine gal turned 125 this past October (in fact, she is exactly one year younger than that other Jersey Girl, the Statue of Liberty).
Looking for information regarding its government, and local organizations? Well, this is the place for it all! Check the event blog and calendar for upcoming community events. Of course, you can also get Dunellen411 on your Twitter and Facebook feeds. Those social media accounts also have additional posts on high school sports, road closures, town trivia, events from neighboring towns, and more. (On FB, we’ve even reconnected a neighbor with her runaway hen!). In advance of a major storm, temporary administrators are added to make sure that the Facebook account is constantly monitored. Information regarding emergency storm action (Resource page created for Superstorm Sandy).
May 2013: All local business owners/ managers and nonprofit leaders are invited to a Networking Party on May 14, 2013.
March 2013: Residents received the first bill from the newly founded Sanitary Sewer Utility. An open letter from the mayor explaining the reason for the utility’s creation is posted on the borough website.
If you would like to submit an event to be listed with D411, please use the contact form. Events will be posted on Facebook and added to this website’s calendar.
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