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Monthly Archives for June 2018

HSOR to Host Randolph Reminisces Program

Posted: June 8, 2018

The Historical Society of Old Randolph (HSOR) is pleased to announce that Mr. Henry M. Holden, noted aviation historian and author, will be the next guest speaker in its special series of programs entitled “Randolph Reminisces.”

The public is invited to attend this free program on Monday, June 18, 2018 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. Holden has written forty-three books, is a member of the New Jersey Aviation Hall of Fame and a popular lecturer. He has received many state and national recognitions for his work. The evening’s program is entitled “American Women in Aviation.”

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Public Forum on Mental Health, Addictions and Human Services

Posted: June 8, 2018

A free public forum on mental health, addictions and human services that are available to county residents will be held from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 21, 2018 at the Haggerty Center of the Frelinghuysen Arboretum in Morris Township.

Sponsored by the Morris County Mental Health Addictions Services Advisory Board and the Morris County Board of Freeholders, “The Many Faces of Recovery” program is open to individuals and their families who have been involved with or who want to learn more about Morris County’s publicly-funded human services.

View complete details about the event


2018 Freedom Festival

Posted: June 8, 2018

2018 Freedom Festival
Thursday, June 28 - Saturday, June 30

Randolph Township is seeking feedback from residents both prior to and after this year’s Freedom Festival. Take their quick survey, available now until July 15.

Featuring the best fireworks show in the county plus a parade, games, food trucks, live bands, rides, attractions, arts & crafts and much, much more! Activities all take place at the County College of Morris, located at Center Grove Road off Route 10 in Randolph.

Please be aware that smoking and pets are not allowed on the CCM campus. Anyone found violating these policies will be asked to leave the campus.

  • Thursday, June 28
    Freedom Festival
    6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
    One Price Night—ride all night for $25.00! Rides, games, food trucks, bands, free family entertainment and vendors.
  • Friday, June 29
    Freedom Festival—Randolph Pride/Spirit Night
    6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
    Wear your Randolph gear and pick up a prize at the Randolph Kiwanis Booth for the first 500 participants.
    One Price Night—ride all night for $25.00! Rides, games, food trucks, bands, free family entertainment and vendors.
  • Saturday, June 30
    Parade Day
    Kicks off at 12 noon
    Starts at Dover Chester Rd. & Quaker Church Road (Mt. Fern Church) and ends at CCM (Center Grove entrance). The parade will include military units, community groups, bands, historical reenactments and more.

    Freedom Festival
    2:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
    Rides, games, food trucks, bands, EaZy Bubble, free family entertainment and vendors.

    Fireworks
    Starts at 9:45 p.m.
    DJ 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
    The best show in Morris County!
    $5 donation per car.

The parade marches rain or shine. If fireworks are cancelled on June 30, the rain date will be July 1 for fair and fireworks. In the case of questionable weather, check the township home page for updates.

Sponsored by the Randolph Kiwanis Club in partnership with Randolph Township


2018 Road Resurfacing Program

Posted: June 4, 2018

Randolph Township evaluates the condition of the road system on an annual basis as part of its ongoing road maintenance program.

This evaluation program is a collaborative effort between the engineering and public works departments. It combines an independent rating of the road evaluation system condition and the expertise of the public works director and his crew who maintains the roads daily. This program monitors all of the 154 center line miles of township roadways.

This year, the township is budgeted to fund the road program at a similar level to what was expended in 2017. In accordance with the plan, 22 roads totaling 4.48 miles, will be resurfaced this year. As in past years, if funds are available after the roads scheduled for resurfacing have been completed, additional roads could be added prior to the end of the year.

The following roads are tentatively scheduled to be improved this summer.

Cromwell DriveSouth Road to Burnett Brook Drive
Park AvenueFrom Pleasant Hill Road to #114
Burnett Brook DriveFieldcrest Court to Ironia Road
Springhill RoadForrest Road to #40
Springhill RoadFrom #23 Springhill Road to Andrews Road
John CourtEntire length
Musiker AvenueMorey Lane to #74
Musiker AvenueKnights Bridge Drive to Morey Lane
Tanglewood CourtEntire length
Hilltop DriveFrom dead end to #71
Indian Trail RoadGlen Road to Blue Fern Lane
Mount Pleasant TurnpikeAppio Drive to the township line
Everdale RoadMillbrook Avenue to Pierson’s Hill Road
Trowbridge DriveTammy Hill Trail to Black Birch Drive
Phyllis PlaceMusiker Avenue to Arthur Lane
Arthur LanePeppermill Road to Phyllis Place
Farview AvenueEntire length
Quaker AvenueFairfield Avenue to Center Grove Road
Blue Fern LaneEntire length
Mount Freedom RoadForest Glen Way to Sussex Turnpike
Clearview DriveFrom #14 to Mac Spar Drive
Longview AvenueOverlook Avenue to Carrell Road