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UPDATE REGARDING CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

With updates regarding closures and cancelations related to the COVID-19 virus seemingly coming from just about everywhere right now, I want to help the residents of Rahway have clarity on the restrictions announced by Governor Murphy and those being implemented by the City of Rahway to help flatten the curve.

Statement Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) From Mayor Raymond A. Giacobbe and The Rahway City Council

As the safety and well-being of our residents is the highest priority of the City of Rahway’s municipal government, we have been actively monitoring developments regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. This includes guidance issued by the federal and state government and recommendations of the City’s Health Officer. Of particular concern are City-sponsored events and programs […]

Civic Opportunity for Union County Residents Includes $200 Stipend

Union County, NJ – Union County residents seeking an opportunity to help during the 2020 Presidential election cycle can apply to become poll workers this year. All poll workers must attend a mandatory training session and will earn a $200 stipend for their services on Election Day. “If you are following this year’s Presidential Election, […]

Rahway Mail Service

Mayor Raymond Giacobbe and his administration are aware of Rahway residents’ concerns regarding mail service in the City, including mail that is not delivered, delivered to the wrong addresses, delayed, damaged, or delivered with signs of tampering. While mail service is a federal function under the United States Postal Service, it is a vital service to the residents and businesses in our community. As a result, these concerns are often voiced to the Mayor, who has shared them with our Congressman, Donald M. Payne, Jr.