Register for the Virtual Walkable Community Meeting on Monday, August 10, 2020 from 12-1pm!
Learn about the audit findings, view the initial design concepts and provide additional feedback for the popular walking corridor for Dunellen's school children - from North Ave to Faber Elementary School. (You don’t have to have children in the schools to join as anyone who walks this route will reap the benefits!)
This public meeting is open to all, but pre-registration is required.
The Dunellen Public Library feels that as a free public library, part of the educational and cultural community, we see the hurt within our borough, our nation, and around the world in response to recent events. We acknowledge the historical context which has brought about the civil unrest we are witnessing. We mourn the unwarranted and senseless deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, Sean Reed, Breonna Taylor and all other unnamed individuals who have had their lives cut short. We denounce racism; we denounce violence. We stand with the black community, and all who face oppression. We are listening and we are learning. We are committed to providing programs that educate, enrich, uplift, and unite our patrons, our staff, and our world. We strive to promote strength in diversity and unity through education.
A Joint Statement from our Mayor and Police Chief
An Update from Mayor Jason F. Cilento Regarding Dunellen Public Parks