Bulk Trash and Brush & Limb Pickup
Bulk Pickup: Scheduled for Wednesday, May 18. Please have items to curb by 6 AM. No hazardous waste, TVs or other electronics, or appliances. Latex paint is okay but must be dried out.
Brush and Limb pickup: Branches must be 4 inches or less in diameter. Brush and branches less than 2 inches need to be tied in bundles and should be less than 4 feet in length.
Please keep bulk items and brush & branches in separate piles.
Board Volunteers Needed
Memorial Day Commemoration Event
Rocky Hill Earth Day Clean Up and River Clean Up
Special Council Meeting
Celebration of the Past, Present and Future of Mary Jacobs Library
There will be an historical video to watch.
The heartwarming stories of MJL will be told by many people in our community who have worked and visited MJL over these years.
Folks can also tell SCLS's Brian Auger how much the MJL means to the community and ask him to help us retain our branch going forward.
Tree Saplings are Available
Mary Jacobs Memorial Library Weekend
due to weather until April 10, 2022
Saturday 04/02 10am-12 noon
Sunday 04/10 2pm-4pm
Somerset County Preservation Plan
Somerset County Covid Statistics
Rocky Hill Poetry Path
Prospective Candidates for the November Elections:
Procedures to file to run for local office.
The election season is upon us. Partisan candidates looking to run for election of a municipal office must file a petition with Rebecca Newman, the Borough Clerk, no later than 4:00 PM on April 4th, 2022. The Borough Office will be open from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM on Monday April 4th, 2022 to accept petitions. If a candidate is looking to turn a petition in prior to that date and time, please email the Clerk at Clerk@rockyhill-nj.gov and she will set up an appointment to accept it.
Non-partisan candidates looking to run for election of a municipal office must file a petition with the Somerset County Clerk, Steven Peter no later than 4:00 PM on June 7th, 2022.
Petitions, number of required signatures and additional information can be found on the Somerset County website via the link below.
Municpal Alliance presents "Race To Be Human" documentary
Water System PFOS updates:
New PFOS limit non-compliance letter mailed week of 2/14.
Nov. 30, 2021 NJDEP PFAS in Drinking Water Summit Presentation Slides available ...Updated 12/9
A new NJDEP Tier II letter was sent out dated Feb 15.
Click here to access the required notice that was also mailed to all Rocky Hill Borough water utility accounts on week of February 14, 2022.
Ongoing COVID-19 testing and other information
Several sites involved in planning ongoing COVID testing are listed on the Borough's COVID -19 webpage.
The Borough contracts with the Montgomery Township Health Department, and their site also has ongoing COVID updates and information about testing sites.
Walk-up testing clinic update from our contracted Mont. Health Dept.: -updated 1/10/22
Update of Schafer Litigation ...Updated 3/9/2022 with Consent Order signed by presiding judge.
The timeline of events is as follows:
Residents can contact Borough's sidewalk contractor for work on apron or within driveway space ....Updated 12/27
Residents can schedule additional sidewalk or apron replacement work
The Borough has contracted with ADS Contractors, LLC to address the sections of the Borough's sidewalk in need of replacement. This work has been completed.
Residents can contact the contractors directly if they wish to schedule work on sidewalks within a driveway space, on aprons or other work outside the scope of the Borough's damaged sidewalk replacement project..
The contact information is:
David A. SebastiaoADS Contractors LLC908-246-3893
Sidewalk cutting - ongoing additional sidewalk work
The Borough hired Always Safe Sidewalks to cut edges of stable but uneven sidewalk on most of Route 518 in late October. This work used the reminder of the funds in the 2021 budget for sidewalk work. Cutting is much less expensive than replacing sidewalk slabs, enabling us to address more areas more quickly and for less money.
Additional sidewalk cutting may be scheduled in 2022 after evaluation of the completed Rt 518 cutting work using potential unspent bond funds or 2022 budget funds. Council discussion on this matter are ongoing.
The state has lifted the COVID emergency and many of the restrictions have been removed.
Access to vaccination has become readily available and I encourage all to get vaccinated including a booster. Although, I caution that this remains a time of uncertainty, so I recommend everyone to keep following the COVID protection practices of getting vaccinated, wearing a mask
in crowds, social distancing, and especially remember to continue the single most effective public health prevention practice of frequent handwashing.
I wish everyone a safe, healthful, and joyous holiday and winter season.
- Bob Uhrik, Mayor - December 1, 2021