Full-time job: Bridge Marina is seeking a full-time Boat Service Assistant team member for our hospitality based marina.
Jefferson is looking for adults wanting to move and strengthen their muscles through Chair Yoga.
Law Enforcement Officers from the Jefferson Township Police Department will be cracking down on distracted drivers during April as part of New Jersey’s UDrive, UText, UPay, enforcement campaign.
At this time, the Jefferson Township Recreation Department is seeking qualified individuals for staff positions at the 2018 Camp Jefferson Summer Day Camp beginning on Monday, June 25 through Friday, August 17.
The Morris County Department of Planning and Public Works, Division of Planning and Preservation, has announced that the 2018 grant application for funding of open space projects under the Morris County Preservation Trust are now available online on the Planning & Public Works – Open Space Preservation website.
The Youth Sports Research Council in cooperation with the New Jersey Recreation and Park Association presents The Rutgers S.A.F.E.T.Y. Clinic -- Sports Awareness for Educating.
Jefferson that serves as the forefront of our community services, has just unleashed six new adult classes for the spring of 2018.
It is important to educate volunteer coaches about how to understand and coach their players. This free Child Abuse Awareness seminar will give you the tools you need to protect your players on and off the field.
The Camp Jefferson Summer Day Camp returns for its 15th season of fun and activities for all children ages 3 (completely potty trained by June 23) through children entering 8th grade in September.
Morris County ranks as the healthiest county in New Jersey, according to ninth annual health report prepared by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and released this week.
Emerald Ash Borer is destroying white ash trees. It’s nearly inconceivable that something smaller than the size of a penny has been responsible for the destruction of tens of thousands of ash trees across the United States.
During this annual summertime event the Jefferson Police go all out in their hosting of around 70 young cadets for a week long experience of a life-time, as the cadets learn across 18 different key areas that includes everything from Defense Tactics to how to defuse a bomb.
According to Chief of Police, William Craig. “We do this activity each year to ensure that the youth see us a friend and a member of the community that they can trust, and at any time they can approach us with a question or problem they are having. This is just part of what we do in our community outreach activities to make sure that we are serving the public. In the best possible way.”
In addition, Craig stated, “The classes year are larger than we normally take, but we were just unable to turn anyone away, since this is such an important part of what we do in our community efforts. Once we announce the course each year, we are immediately flooded with applications for students that want to participate in the Junior Police Academy.”
“We already have a success story in that “Matthew Johnson” who was a cadet in the first year of this event, recently joined the Jefferson Police force. He is a welcome addition to the force, and already has his values firmly in place based upon his past training.”
Annual Junior Police Academy Pictures
Normal Annual Junior Police Academy Major Activities are:
Drunk Driver Simulator
JTFD Jaws of Life
Morris County Police Academy
Morris County Jail
Juvenile Detention Center
Atlantic Air One
Morris County Mounted Unit