Tour Jefferson Township’s 96-acre facility at Camp Jefferson on Sunday, March 25 or Sunday, April 8 and learn firsthand what it has to offer your child this summer during the Recreation Department’s 15th annual summer day camp program.
As posted by the Jefferson Township Police Press Release, the following investigation found that the reported threat was not credible.
Jefferson Township School Superintendent Patrick Tierney stepped forward today to dismiss a rumor that the High School or Middle School was being targeted by a student.
The Jefferson Arts Committee is pleased to announce its Student Artists of the Month awards for February. According to committee chair Jason Nicholas, the students chosen by their art teachers this month to be recognized for outstanding work on a class art project are:
On January 30, 2018 approximately 11:00am an unidentified male unlawfully entered a residence located on Berkshire Valley Road, Oak Ridge section of Jefferson Township.
Morris County is extremely proud to announce that our sixth-annual Morris County Public Safety Youth Academy program will be held this July for students entering grades 9-12 in the fall.
The Jefferson Youth Wrestling will be having a fund-raiser at Jefferson Township High School, and they will be featuring the exclusive Lularoe Mems and Miles fashion brand.
Think Spring as The Jefferson Township Recreation Department is once again offering beginner and intermediate golf lessons at Bowling Green Golf Club to students 6 to 14 years of age and students 15 through adults beginning in April.
In recent times, Jefferson Township residents have been instrumental in helping solve investigations by the Jefferson Township Police Department.
Time to think spring because the Easter Bunny has scheduled a visit to Jefferson Township on March 24, 2018. Because the wrath of winter and sometime soon (hopefully) the warmth of spring may be upon us, the event will be held in the Jefferson Township High School’s Freedom Gym at 1010 Weldon Road at 12:30 pm.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s release of its most recent recycling data for the state’s 21 counties shows that Morris County has exceeded both its 50 percent municipal solid waste recycling goal and a 60 percent total recycling number, including all waste generated in the county.
The New Jersey State Forest Fire Service seasonal prescribed burning program is under way in Morris County, Northwest Jersey and throughout the state. The annual program reduces wildfire risk by burning the buildup of potential fuels such as undergrowth, leaves, branches and pine needles on forest floors.
The Home Repair Program’s Aging in Place component offers a special “Home Support for Seniors” program that makes accessibility and energy efficiency improvements for Morris County households with a member aged 62 and over.