The township-wide collection of large household garbage items begins on Monday, May 1 and ends Friday, May 5, 2017. All residents must place bulk clean up items curbside no later than 6:00 a.m. on Monday.
Streets for each regular route will be done once only. The hauler, Blue Diamond, will not return to a section once they have finished.
Loose household items must be placed curbside in bags or cans (not recyclable cardboard boxes). Please be sure to clearly separate regular household trash from your cleanup items.
The following items may be placed curbside:
Couches, chairs, mattresses, box springs, dressers, tables, etc. Note: Metal furniture is recycled at the recycling center.
Please be sure to completely dry out by using cat litter or sand to absorb liquid.
Approximately 110 sq. ft. (rolled and tied rug no more than four ft. long).
Large household appliances such as stoves, refrigerators, washers, dryers, etc. Curbside pickup is available year-round by advance arrangement. To have one or more of these items removed, all you need to do is call the health department at the number below. There is a fee of $30.00 per item.
Leaves, branches, grass clippings, etc.
Chemicals, pesticides, etc.
Items of exceptional size/weight
Items weighing over 200 pounds or longer than five feet; includes boats, hot tubs, pianos, buffalo, etc.
Have questions regarding acceptable materials? Contact the health department at 973.989.7050.
Spring Clean Communities Day 2017 and Document Shredding
Posted: March 22, 2017
Randolph’s Spring Clean Communities Day will be held on Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon at the municipal building located at 502 Millbrook Avenue in Randolph.
Clean Communities Day is sponsored by the New Jersey Clean Communities Council and the Randolph Health Department. All residents, businesses and groups are welcome to join the community as hundreds of people help clean up the parks, schools and streets of litter and recyclables.
An appreciation continental breakfast and free t-shirt distribution follows with assignments and instructions. Gloves and garbage bags will be provided. Mini-grants are available for civic groups.
Confidential paper shredding services will once again be available to residents for their personal confidential documents free of charge at the municipal building between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 12 noon. Confidential documents do not include junk mail and store flyers or solicitations. Please separate this material from confidential documents. Residents are limited to 3 file boxes per household. This service is not offered to commercial entities.
Pre-registration for Spring Clean Communities Day is required by April 21, 2017. Call the Randolph Health Department at 973.989.7050 to sign up.
2017 Proposed Municipal Budget Now Online
Posted: March 17, 2017
Township Manager Steve Mountain has made the 2017 proposed municipal budget, which was introduced at the March 16, 2017 council meeting, available for review.
The trails master plan will be a logical and understandable blueprint for the Township of Randolph with the elements necessary to thoughtfully plan for the stewardship and expansion of the township’s resources. More importantly, it will clearly state a vision for the township’s trail system that reflects the needs and desires of the township’s residents with an eye towards the long-term use and upkeep of the system.
RHS Parent Program
Posted: March 9, 2017
Randolph parents and community members are invited to attend a parent program entitled “Keeping up with your kids in 2017: A panel discussion on current trends in substance use, technology and the law.”
The program will take place Thursday, March 30, 2017 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Randolph High School. Light refreshments will be served.
The featured speaker, Dorothy O’Keefe Diana, LCSW, will be followed by a discussion with panelists Carly Herschman, Brad Seabury and Claire Keller and then there will be a short question and answer session.
Randolph Museum to Open for the 2017 Season
Posted: March 6, 2017
Beginning April 2, 2017, the Randolph Museum will be open Sunday afternoons from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. through late October (closed Easter Sunday). Admission is free.
Exhibits at the museum showcase the home life, industries, resort era and early education of the forefathers who lived in the township when it was first established over 200 years ago.
The public is invited to attend this free program on Monday, April 17, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the Randolph Museum. The museum is located in the historic Brundage House at the main entrance to Randolph’s Freedom Park on Millbrook Avenue. Light refreshments will be served.
Mr. Schoonmaker will be providing a digital presentation with vintage images that will include places that Randolph residents would know from “way back when” including the Baker Theatre, Dover High School, the Dover trolleys and downtown Dover businesses.
Did you know that Randolph children went to Dover High School before Randolph High School was built in the 1960s? Mr. Schoonmaker’s presentation will include sights of yesteryear that are no longer extant.
Mr. Schoonmaker served as a social studies teacher, guidance counselor, driver’s education teacher and assistant to the superintendent in the Dover school system before retiring in 1994. He and Mr. George Laurie co-authored the Arcadia book entitled Images of America Book, DOVER in 1999. In 2013, he was honored at St. Francis’ Residential Community as “A Living Treasure.” Mr. Schoonmaker also served as the vice president of the Dover Historical Society and was instrumental in securing property for the Dover History Museum House. He was also appointed by Dover’s mayor to be vice chairman of the Dover Historic Preservation Committee, a committee which oversees potential development projects in the historic district to preserve the historical landmarks of Dover. He was a 10-year member of Dover’s drum and bugle corps, the Dover Cadets, and was also a member of the 1948 state champion Dover Tigers football team. His commitment to Dover has led to several awards and the North Dover School Library was named in his honor.