The Fanwood Fire Company and Fanwood Lions Club are back with the best Christmas trees around! Shop at LaGrande Park now until December 20th or until the trees are gone. Here's more
Santa's annual trek through Fanwood occurs Saturday, December 14th, starting at 11am. Listen for the siren as Santa makes his way through town, escorted by the Fire Department, Rescue Squad and police from PBA Local 123.
Bank photos of the man suspected of robbing Fanwood's PNC Bank Saturday morning show a white male, age 30-35, wearing the same red cap as the person who robbed another bank in Elizabeth twice. More info and pictures on Patch.com.
Fanwood welcomes Ivy Educational Services to the downtown business district. Mayor Colleen Mahr and Council President Russ Huegel helped cut the ribbon Saturday, Dec. 7th. Ivy, which moved from Scotch Plains, offers classes to prepare for many college entrance exams including ISEE, SSAT, Magnet, COOP, SAT, ACT, Subject Test, AP, IB, LSAT, GRE, and GMAT. They also offer tutoring.
RFQ’s sought for various services based upon a fair and open process in accordance with N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.5 et seq. Click here for information.
The Borough of Fanwood is issuing a request for information (RFI) to identify options available to the Fanwood Memorial Library in connection with its anticipated procurement of a professional services contract for the renovation, expansion, or replacement of existing library facilities at 14 Tillotson Road, Fanwood, NJ 07023. More information here
To be placed on a waiting list for the next available parking permit for the Fanwood train station for 2014, go here.
All dogs and cats in the Borough of Fanwood are required to be licensed each year. The licensing fees cover the payment of fees to the State of New Jersey and the cost of an Animal Control Officer. The deadline for licensing your animal, seven months or older, is January 31, 2014. Here's more info and a form.
Mayor Colleen Mahr joins the Raritan Valley Rail Coalition in urging NJ Transit to create space in the Hudson River rail tunnel to provide a one-seat train ride for commuters who take the train from Fanwood and all other communities along the Raritan Valley Line. New diesel-electric locomotives, arriving in 2014, will make this possible. See an interview with Mayor Mahr on the benefits.