March 24, 2015 - Frelinghuysen Township was rated #4 in the list for best
town to live in NJ for families. Read the full article and list of towns
March 17, 2015 - Join us for the FFP hike on April 11, 2015.
Click here for full details.
March 14, 2015 - A message from our Mayor Chris Kuhn -
March 1, 2015 - Casino Night will be held on Saturday, March 28th, at 7:00
p.m.at the Green Township Fire Department. Proceeds benefit two scholarships
for Frelinghuysen Township students graduating from North Warren Regional
High School. The Green Township Fire Department is located at 243 Kennedy
Road in Green Township.
Click here for the flier.
Februarty 26, 2015 -
Warren County family farm near Jenny Jump Forest preserved from development.
February 18, 2015 - Resolution Supporting,
Recognizing and Honoring the Services of Law Enforcement Officers. This
was adopted by a vote of 5-0 by the Township Committee.
Warren and Sussex counties preserve 129-acre Stonebridge farm.
Read all the details here...
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Read about the program here.
Now you can take steps to get affordable, high-speed Internet
to your home. CenturyLink will install high-speed Internet to our homes within
one year if we get 50 completed and approved Bona Fide Retail Request. [More
The Township Committee has sent a letter to the Board of
Public Utilities on behalf of our residents to request their assistance in
the matter of getting high speed internet access to the "Unserved Area" of
the township. [BPU Letter]
120-Acre Kids Camp Preserved in Frelinghuysen Township
On Friday, December 19, 2014 the Township of Frelinghuysen, in
partnership with Warren County and The Land Conservancy of New Jersey, purchased
the 120-acre Kids Camp property along Lincoln Laurel Road. Containing a small
pond and existing trail network, the preservation of this “hole in the donut”
property will create a 412-acre greenway by connecting with the 131-acre Gnome
Hollow Preserve and the 161-acre Frelinghuysen Forest Preserve. [Read
Easy Things You Can Do Every Day To Protect Our Water...Storm
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