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Monthly Archives for September 2022

General Election 2022

Posted: September 22, 2022

Here are the three ways you can vote in the upcoming General Election…


Registered voters can apply for a vote-by-mail ballot by following the instructions found at Vote.NJ.Gov or by contacting the Morris County Clerk at 973.285.6066.

Then, VOTE and RETURN your ballot one of the following ways:

  • Mail: Your vote-by-mail ballot MUST be postmarked on or before 8:00 p.m. November 8 and be received by Morris County’s Board of Elections on or before November 14.
  • Secure Ballot Drop Box: Place your vote-by-mail ballot in one of Morris County’s 30 secure ballot drop boxes by 8:00 p.m. on November 8. Drop box locations.
  • Board of Elections Office: Deliver your vote-by-mail ballot in person to the Morris County Board of Elections Office by 8:00 p.m. on November 8, located at 10 Court St., 2nd Floor, Morristown. Contact them at 973.285.6715 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this e-mail address).


This new option enables registered voters to cast their ballot in person, using a voting machine, during a nine-day period prior to Election Day. You can now choose to vote, in person, when it’s most convenient for your schedule.

No matter where you live in the county, you can vote your specific ballot at any of Morris County’s eight designated in-person early voting locations. Find early voting locations.

In-person early voting locations will be open Saturday, October 29 through Sunday, November 6. Hours will be Monday-Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. No appointment is necessary. Accommodations will be made for voters with disabilities.


Vote in person at your polling place, from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, November 8. Accommodations will be made for voters with disabilities. View polling locations in Randolph.

Morris County is using new voting machines and electronic poll books. Watch the video to learn about this new, simple voting experience.

NOTE: Vote-by-mail ballots CANNOT be returned to your early voting location or polling place.

The last day to register to vote in the 2022 General Election is Tuesday, October 18, 2022.

15th Annual Country Fair

Posted: September 16, 2022

For information on all activities and vendors, check out the program guide .

Join Randolph Township and the Rotary Club of Randolph for the 15th Annual Country Fair at Veterans Community Park (100 Calais Rd.) on Saturday, September 24, 2022 from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (rain date Sunday, September 25th). Friendly, leashed dogs are also welcome to attend!

This year, we are expanding with entertainment for the whole family! Dialed Action Sports will host four BMX bike stunt shows throughout the day, along with musical performances from the Randolph High School choir, Matt Santry, Blue Jersey Band, and Due South. There will be inflatables, glitter tattoos, hayrides, pumpkin painting for children, along with arts and crafts from Artworks Studio and the Randolph Township Library. Smokey Bear will be making his rounds during the event, and available for photo opportunities. The K-9 unit from the Morris County Sheriff’s Office will be performing a demonstration and the National Guard will again sponsor the very popular climbing tower.

Did we mention there will be a pie eating contest, karaoke tent, kids’ tractor pull, and a diaper derby? Be sure to wear your best country attire for the contest at 1:00 p.m. near the pavilion!

In total, there will be over 50 vendors and several food trucks. Local Randolph brewery, Fort Nonsense, will be selling beer throughout the day and the Randolph Animal Shelter will host its annual tricky tray to benefit the animals at the shelter.

If you have time amongst all the festivities, please remember to snap and upload your favorite picture to the Randolph’s Special Events Facebook page—one lucky winner will receive a gift card!

Interested in being a vendor? View more information and application.

Randolph Museum Open on October 9

Posted: September 16, 2022

Please visit the Historical Society of Old Randolph booth at the annual Randolph Country Fair Day on September 24, 2022 in Veterans Park, down the road from the Randolph Library.

The Randolph Museum, located in the historic Brundage House at the entrance to Freedom Park on Millbrook Avenue, will be open to the public from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 9, 2022.

The public is welcome to attend free of charge, though donations are gratefully accepted. Come learn about the history of our town!

Dover Hydrant Flushing

Posted: September 13, 2022

The Dover Water Department will begin hydrant flushing September 13, 2022, with an estimated completion date of November 18, 2022.

Flushing will be done during daytime hours, Monday through Saturday. Randolph residents serviced by Dover Water may experience a temporary decrease in water pressure while a main or hydrant is being flushed in a neighborhood, and possible discoloration to tap water afterwards. If your water becomes discolored, turn on an outside faucet to clear the line before doing any laundry or cleaning.

If you have any questions, please call the Dover Water Commission at 973-366-2200 x 2125.

2022 Leaf Collection Program

Posted: September 7, 2022

December 22, 2022: The leaf collection for all districts has been completed for the 2022 season. Residents should not put any more leaves at the curb. If you still have leaves needing to be picked up, please put them in the brown biodegradable bags and call Engineering at 973.989.7066 to arrange for a bagged leaf pick up. The bags will be picked up on the Monday following your request.

The public works department will begin the township’s annual leaf collection program at the end of October. The specific information by district can be found at the bottom of this page.

  • Residents, landscapers, contractors and lawn services may place loose leaves at the curb.
  • Leaves should be placed only in locations on the property ten or more feet from any storm sewer inlet on the street.
  • Only leaves should be placed at the curb; brush, grass, rocks and any other materials should never be included with the leaves.
  • Leaves cannot be placed at the curb any earlier than seven days prior to the week of the scheduled collection date.
  • Leaves need to be placed at the curb prior to the Saturday in which your district is scheduled to begin pick up.
  • Residents are urged to dispose of leaves on their own properties whenever possible since the stormwater regulations instituted by the state make it necessary to reduce the volume of leaves placed at the street.
  • Blowing leaves into wooded areas, placing leaves on acid loving plants such as pachysandra, or creating backyard compost piles will minimize costs associated with the collection and trucking of the leaves to a compost facility outside the township limits. Such disposal in wooded areas or on acid loving plants is also beneficial to properties.
  • Placing leaves and other yard waste on township parkland and open space is not permitted and is a violation of state regulations.

Violations of any of the above requirements will continue to be enforced by the health department and could result in a court summons being issued.

For residents who prefer to bag leaves instead of waiting for their district’s scheduled collection, the Randolph Township Department of Public Works will collect leaves placed in biodegradable bags on Mondays. To schedule a Monday collection, please call the engineering department at 973.989.7066 by 3:30 p.m. on the prior Friday. This service is offered as a courtesy to residents.

Anticipated Collection Schedule (collections start on Saturdays and occurs throughout the respective WEEK):

Not sure what district your street is in? View a listing of streets and districts .

  • District 1
    South of Pleasant Hill Rd., Calais Rd. & Sussex Tpke., Sussex Tpke. to Morris Twp. border
    When: Collection STARTS on 10/22 and 11/26
  • District 2
    North of Route 10
    When: Collection STARTS on 10/29 and 12/3
  • District 3
    North of Pleasant Hill Rd. & Calais Rd., south of Route 10 and west of Millbrook Ave.
    When: Collection STARTS on 11/5 and 12/10
  • District 4
    East of Millbrook Ave., south of Route 10 and north of Sussex Turnpike
    When: Collection STARTS on 11/12 and 12/17

map of 4 districts

Need more information or have questions? Contact the DPW at 973.989.7066.

HSOR to Host Randolph Reminisces Program

Posted: September 4, 2022

The Historical Society of Old Randolph (HSOR) is pleased to host another “Randolph Reminisces” program on Monday, September 12, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. at the Randolph Museum. The museum is located at the entrance to Freedom Park off Millbrook Avenue in Randolph.

Our guest speaker will be Mr. Ken Trowbridge. Many years ago, Mr. Trowbridge worked at the Mount Hope Mine, located in Rockaway Township. This mine dates back to the Revolutionary War when rich iron ore was vital to the Continental Army for making weapons. Mining continued at this mine throughout the 1800s and 1900s, and in 1944, modern facilities were erected on the site to accommodate the strong demand for iron during World War II.

Though donations are welcome, this program is free of charge and the public is invited.

Come and explore our museum and learn more about our local history!

View our Randolph Museum Facebook page

Volunteers Needed for Domestic Violence Crisis Response Team

Posted: September 1, 2022

The Randolph Township Police Department and JBWS are seeking volunteers for the Domestic Violence Crisis Response Team (CRT) in our area. The program’s mission is to respond to the needs of victims of domestic violence.

CRT volunteers provide support for victims at the police department by:

  • Listening and providing emotional support
  • Explaining the dynamics of domestic violence
  • Explaining legal options
  • Identifying services that can assist the victim
  • Discussing a plan to stay safe

The police department believes that CRT volunteers play a significant role in helping to reduce both the incidence and the emotional trauma associated with domestic violence. Our officers support the valuable work performed by the CRT members. Please consider joining our efforts to make the community safer for all.

To learn more about the requirements of the CRT volunteer, please contact JBWS Crisis Response Team Manager Robin Hughes at 973.267.7520, ext. 229.