South Bound Brook is a Borough in Somerset County, New Jersey. The estimated population, in 2003, was 4,496.
What is now South Bound Brook was originally formed as a town within Franklin Township. On March 16, 1869, the name of the community was changed to Bloomington, which lasted until May 29, 1891, when the name reverted back to South Bound Brook town. South Bound Brook was incorporated as an independent borough by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on April 11, 1907, based on the results of a referendum held on May 1, 1907.
BOE Meeting Canceled
Regular Meeting/Public Budget Hearing scheduled for April 24, 2014 has been canceled. Reschedule date still to be determined.
Borough Email Problems
The Borough of South Bound Brook has been experiencing problems with the Email system. Emails may have not been received by the borough since the beginning of the month of April.
If unsure if your Email was received the borough is suggested that you re-send the Email.
Tax office is closed
Tax office will open on May 6, 2014. The office will be open only 3 days a week, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday’s from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. This will be effective on May 6, 2014.
Payments can be left in the Mailbox located on the outside of the Trailer. Checks and Money orders only.
NO CASH PLEASE.
If you would like a receipt please leave a note with your payment and one will be mailed to you. You can use the envelope on the counter of the tax office.
The Grace period will be extended to Tuesday May 13, 2014.
Any Questions you can call 732-356-0258 ext. 10
Cat Licensing Month
April is Cat Licensing Month. All cats need to be registered. Licensing fees are $3.00 for neutered/spayed cats and $5.00 for non-neutered/non-spayed cats. If rabies vaccination is current licensing can be done by mail. Any questions please call 732-356-0258 ext. 16.
2014 Municipal Budget Passed
Notice From New Jersey American Water
On 4/15/2014, New Jersey American Water will return to our routine water treatment process at Raritan-Millstone and Canal Road water treatment plants from a free chlorine residual to a chloramine (combined) residual. During the water treatment transition, customers may notice changes to the taste and odor of their water. This is a normal and will only be temporary. As always, we will continue to monitor the water quality to ensure the service we deliver meets federal and state drinking water standards.
PRE-K AND KINDERGARTEN SURVEYS
Pre-k and kindergarten surveys are now being accepted at the Robert Morris School for the 2014/2015 school year. Survey forms can be obtained at Robert Morris School office,
Monday-Friday, 8:00am – 4:00pm