Fall Bulk Trash Pickup - October 18
The fall bulk pickup of large trash items is scheduled for October 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.
Rocky Hill Flu Clinic - October 24, 4 - 6 PM
The clinic will be held at the Trinity Church. Free to Rocky Hill residents.
Bi-Weekly Trash Pickup has Ended
This is a reminder that bi-weekly trash pickup ended on September 1. Trash should not be placed at the curb for pickup on Fridays.
Construction on Princeton Avenue
Construction work on Princeton Avenue will occur on Monday, September 11. One lane will be closed, expect delays. Please plan accordingly.
September 11 Memorial
There will be a brief memorial of September 11 on Monday, 8:30 AM at Panicaro Park.
Updated Due Date for 3rd Quarter 2023 Property Tax Bills
The 3rd quarter property tax bill due date has been extended to August 24, 2023.
Thursday, July 20th @ 6:30pm, Family Kickball/Dodgeball Game & Summer Movie Night to follow!
Presented by the Rocky Hill Community Group and hosted by Coach Rooney behind Borough Hall.
6:30-7:30 pm Littles/Tikes games
7:30-8:30 pm Tweens/Adults games
8:30 Movie: "The Sandlot"
No registration required and free for all to to attend. Bring a chair, sleeping bag and some snacks and join us as the adults battle the kids in our second round of Rooney ball!
Games will be broken down into age groups ...stay for a movie, which will follow on the "big screen". Popcorn will be served but bring your drinks and bug spray.
4th of July Parade, 10:30 AM
Come show off your wheels on Independence Day!
Rocky Hill Fire House to Borough Hall.
Ice Cream Social afterwards to help you cool off!
Upcoming Rocky Hill Community Group Events
June 22nd - Dodge/kick ball & tug of war with Coach Rooney. 6pm until dark @ Borough Hall
July 4th - Details to follow.
July 21st - RHCG Summer Series MOVIE night. Join us at Borough Hall 8pm with a movie start time of 9PM. Details to follow.
Rocky Hill Community Party
Presented by the Rocky Hill Community Group. Saturday, June 3, 6 PM - 9 PM, behind Borough Hall.
Memorial Day Commemoration
A Memorial Day commemorative event will be held on Memorial Day, Monday, May 29 at 10:00 AM in Panicaro Park.
Spring Branch and Brush Pickup
The brush pickup is scheduled for the week of May 22, 2023. Please do not block roadways and sidewalks with your material.
Tree limbs are to be four inches (4”) or less in diameter.
Brush and tree limbs two inches (2”) or less in diameter are to be tied in bundles. The
bundled materials are to be not longer than four feet (4’).
Tree limbs more than two inches (2”) and less than four inches (4”) in diameter are to be
placed at curbside as solo items.
Spring Bulk Trash Pickup
The bulk pickup is scheduled for May 17, 2023. Please do not block roadways and sidewalks with your items.
No items over 200 LBs
Appliances must have their doors removed.
Any item with refrigerant (air conditioners, refrigerators), must have the refrigerant, such as freon, removed by a certified technician and must have a certification sticker on it.
No electronics or hazardous waste.
Mental Health Matters 5/15/2023
Monday evening 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Montgomery High School MPAC
Mary Jacobs Library Re-opening Scheduled for Saturday, May 13, 2023
Library staff will be hosting timed tours of the newly renovated space beginning at 10:30 a.m. Tours will begin every half hour; 10 people per tour. Registration is requested:
10:30 a.m. tour: https://sclsnj.libnet.info/event/8377216
11 a.m. tour: https://sclsnj.libnet.info/event/8377217
11:30 a.m. tour: https://sclsnj.libnet.info/event/8377218
Noon tour: https://sclsnj.libnet.info/event/8377219
12:30 p.m. tour: https://sclsnj.libnet.info/event/8377220
1 p.m. tour: https://sclsnj.libnet.info/event/8377221
Additionally, the Mary Jacobs Foundation has planned some parking lot events to pass the time while you await your tour. Children - and those young at heart - can get complimentary face paint or snack on a delicious treat from the visiting ice cream truck.
New Library Hours:
Please donate non-perishable food to support local food banks. Help Rocky Hill collect more food than other small towns in Somerset County!
The collection runs until 5/5/2023, There are 2 collection sites: Rocky Hill Firehouse and Princeton Fitness and Wellness.
Volunteers Needed for StreamWatch
The Watershed Institute is looking for volunteers for water quality monitoring of local waterways.
Slam the Scam - Learn About Social Security Scams and How to protect Yourself
Rocky Hill Community Group Pop-up Poetry Path
April is National Poetry Month & Earth Day! Submit your poem or one by a NJ poet that you admire...
THEME for 2023 is WATER
SUBMIT your poems by March 25, 2023 to RHCG08553@gmail.com to be considered for the path.
WALK the Path in Green Acres behind Rocky Hill Borough Hall throughout the month of April to view the poems.
Notice of failure to remediate PFOS.
The borough is required by the NJDEP to post this notice on a regular basis until the non-compliance for PFOS levels in our drinking water has been remediated. Remediation is scheduled to occur in 2023.
Click here for the notice
Rabies Clinic - Saturday, April 15, 2023
The rabies clinic will be held from 10 AM to Noon at the Rocky Hill Fire House.
Find Water Leaks in Your Home
Please see the attached flyer to help you find water leaks. Click on the boxed arrow in the upper right corner to view the presentation.
Funds are Available for Water and Sewer Arrears
The NJ Department of Community Affairs has funds available to help cover water and sewer charges in arrears. To fill out an application please visit this site:
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.
Additional information is available at the Water - Sewer - Environment Committee webpage.
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 and get the latest boosters.
I recommend that everyone continue to follow basic public health protection practices of getting vaccinated, isolating or avoiding close contacts with others when sick,
and especially remember to continue to practice the single most effective public health prevention practice of frequent handwashing.
COVID Testing and vaccinations are available at many pharmacies and additional resources are available by contacting the Montgomery Health Dept.
Take precautions and stay healthy.
- Bob Uhrik, Mayor - April 2023