If you suspect you have COVID-19 symptoms,  there is an online self-assessment tool, developed by the State of New Jersey, that will help you determine whether or not you should be tested. You can access that self-assessment tool here. If you are experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19, including fever, coughing and difficulty breathing, please call your primary care physician before going anywhere and follow the physician’s advice.

The City of Rahway has been taking precautionary measures in order to protect it’s residents and essential employees.

    • City Hall is now open to the public, please click here for guidelines on how to schedule an appointment and policy on entering the building
    • The municipal courts will remain closed for in-court sessions until further notice. Violations can still be made electronically or via check.
    • Any tax payment can be made electronically, by mail-in check or dropped in the drop box located outside of the Rahway City Hall Entrance
    • Any permit applications can be dropped off in the drop box
    • All Zoning and planning board meetings are canceled until further notice
    • Garbage and recycling collection will continue
      • Garbage MUST be bagged – Recycling will remain lose in cans
    • The City of Rahway has suspended meter parking and alternate side parking. Street sweeping will continue to be in effect, please move your car off the street if possible.
    • The Rahway Public Library will be closed until further notice
    • The Rahway Recreation Department will be closed until further notice
    • Regarding SUEZ-Rahway
      • SUZ offices are closed to the general public. Customers who pay bills in person must utilize online payment or pay by phone
      • Field service appointments, including meter changes, are suspended. Field staff will lonely perform emergency or critical work
      • SUEZ Rahway will strictly be focusing on emergency related work; including main breaks, service leaks that may cause property damage.

Re-Opening Rahway, Stronger

As of June 15, the City of Rahway has opened seven outdoor shared public spaces throughout the downtown to proactively maximize outdoor space for businesses and provide safe areas for customers to dine and socialize.

Learn more about Re-opening Rahway by clicking here.

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