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Monthly Archives for November 2016

HSOR to Host Colonial Holiday Reception

Posted: November 29, 2016

The Historical Society of Old Randolph (HSOR) will be hosting its annual Colonial Holiday Reception on Saturday, December 3, 2016 from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.

The free open house, complete with good music, good company and light refreshments, will be held at the Randolph Museum, located on Millbrook Avenue at the entrance to Freedom Park.

Musical entertainment will be provided by the Idyllwood Trio, with selections being performed by Kris Lamb and Roma Blanchet on flute and Anthony Campanella on guitar. This popular trio will perform music from around the world.

If you wish, you are welcome to dress in Colonial garb or wear an accessory from the Colonial era. There will also be unique Randolph gifts to purchase for the holidays.

For more information or any questions, call 973.366.8975.


Recreation Department Sponsors Holiday Celebration

Posted: November 22, 2016

The community is invited to attend Randolph’s annual tree lighting ceremony on Saturday, December 3, 2016 beginning at 6:30 p.m. The holiday celebration will take place at the community center, located at 30 Calais Road in Randolph.

Come on out and celebrate the holiday season with neighbors, friends and the RMS Canzonetta Choir. Cookies, hot chocolate and other light refreshments will be served. Rumor has it that Santa Claus will be making a guest appearance so be sure to bring your list(s)!

Have questions about the planned festivities? Contact 973.989.7081 for more details.


Small Business Saturday

Posted: November 21, 2016

Small Business Saturday November 26, 2016

On Saturday, November 26, 2016, small businesses across the country will be celebrating Small Business Saturday, a day dedicated to supporting small businesses.

You can do your part by getting out and patronizing local businesses here in Randolph. Show your support for the businesses that make Randolph special.

Learn more about local businesses and professional services at the RandolphLocal.com website.


Senior Walking Program Offered

Posted: November 18, 2016

Randolph Township and the Randolph YMCA have partnered to create a senior walking program for residents aged 60 years and older.

Too cold to walk outside? Walk indoors on the track at the YMCA during the colder months.

The program will offer the following sessions on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. from December 5, 2016 to March 27, 2017.

  • Session I: Mondays—December 5 to January 30
  • Session II: Wednesdays—December 7 to January 25
  • Session III: Mondays—February 6 to March 27
  • Session IV: Wednesdays—February 1 to March 22

The cost is $15.00 per session, with a maximum of 20 participants per session. Register for whichever session best fits your schedule or for multiple sessions. Sessions will run only on the days and times advertised and may not be split among days.

Participants may register at the community center on Calais Road Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Have questions or need more information? Contact the recreation department at 973.989.7081.


Randolph to Participate in Operation Appreciation

Posted: November 17, 2016

The staff of Brighton Cromwell has once again joined forces with the Morris County Chamber of Commerce and the United Way of Northern New Jersey for Operation Appreciation to send care packages this holiday season to soldiers serving overseas.

Randolph Township is serving as a drop-off location for Operation Appreciation. The following items are being sought for the care packages and can be dropped off at either the township municipal building or community center on Calais Road November 18 through Thursday, December 1:

  • lip balm
  • wet wipes
  • baby powder
  • Q-tips
  • shampoo
  • toothpaste
  • roll-on deodorant
  • beef jerky
  • cereal bars
  • water flavor packets
  • cocoa mix
  • candy
  • instant oatmeal
  • lens cleaning cloths
  • prepaid phone cards
  • dark socks (100% cotton)
  • playing cards
  • pens/pencils
  • stationary/envelopes
  • hand warmers

Residents Asked to Comply with the Snow Removal Ordinance

Posted: November 7, 2016

Issues with the lack of snow removal from sidewalks were encountered in some neighborhoods last winter. Under Sec. 44-316 of the township code, property owners are required to keep sidewalks clear of snow and ice. Non-compliance will result in a summons being issued for the violation. Below is the section as it pertains to snow and ice removal:

Sec. 44-316. Maintenance and repair responsibilities of property owners.
(1) Every owner of property on which a sidewalk fronts is required to keep the sidewalk and accessibility ramps at road intersections free and clear of snow and ice. If a property on which a sidewalk fronts is a commercial property or is located on a designated school walking route, all snow and ice shall be removed within 12 hours of daylight after any snowfall or accumulation of ice occurs. If ice is so frozen as to make removal impractical, the owner of a commercial property or property located on a designated school walking route shall cause the sidewalk to be thoroughly covered with sand, ashes or rock salt within six hours of daylight after the accumulation of such ice. The owners of all properties other than commercial properties or those properties located on a designated school walking route shall cause all snow and ice to be removed within 24 hours of daylight after any snowfall or accumulation of ice occurs.

For a complete list of designated walking routes, private developments and private roads, view additional provisions of the snow removal ordinance.

The Randolph Police Department requests that you comply with the ordinance, and that you develop a plan for snow removal this winter. If you have any questions, please call the Support Services Unit at 973.989.7021. Thank you for your anticipated cooperation.


Revaluation Update

Posted: November 3, 2016

The data collection and valuation phase of the revaluation has been completed. In mid-November 2016, all property owners will be notified via first class mail of their proposed assessed value to be utilized for the 2017 tax year.

An informal meeting will be available for those property owners who have questions or concerns about the preliminary assessment of their property.

In order to accommodate Randolph taxpayers, Appraisal Systems Inc. has arranged to conduct these meetings mornings, afternoons, evenings and weekends at a location within the township. These meetings are anticipated to begin in mid-November and conclude by December 22, 2016.

Please refer to the value notification letter for instructions on how to schedule an appointment with the firm, if so desired. If you do not have questions or concerns about your assessed value, there is no need to schedule an appointment.


2016 November Seasonal Flu Clinic

Posted: November 1, 2016

The Randolph Township Health Department will be holding a seasonal flu vaccination clinic on Thursday, November 10, 2016 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the township municipal building

This flu clinic will be held at the same time as the adult immunization program clinic.

The fee is $20.00, free to those with Medicare Part B ONLY. Those with any Medicare co-pay plans must self submit for reimbursement. You may qualify for free vaccine if your insurance will not cover it or if you have no insurance.

All residents age six months and older are encouraged to obtain the flu vaccine. Remember, children age 6 to 59 months must have flu vaccine by December 31, 2016 in order to remain in child care.

Advanced registration for the clinic is not required. Call 973.537.7118 for more information.


In order to speed your visit, download and complete the requisite consent form(s) in advance:

Flu vaccine 
Flu vaccine—pediatric 


Vaccine Information Statements (VIS)
VIS are information sheets which explain the benefits and risks of a vaccine:

Influenza Vaccine