All March 2023 issues of Hazlet Citizen Weekly.
The digital newsletter is produced by the Hazlet Public Information Office and published every Friday on the township website.
NEW PICKLEBALL COURTS
NO HANDS CPR
BIKE PARADE MOVED TO SUNDAY
POLL WORKERS WANTED
FOR MUNICIPAL LIQUOR LICENSEES
JCP&L INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADE
MUNICIPAL HOLIDAY APRIL 7
TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE MEETING
BIKE WITH A BUNNY PARADE
PREPARE FOR BULK DROP-OFF
SWIM CLUB DISCOUNT
TEMPORARY WATER CHANGES
Hazlet Township News & Announcements
March 17, 2023
Get Ready for Bike with a Bunny, Bulk Drop-Off Days; Creek Desnagging Resumes, Camp Sign-Up Monday
2023 SUMMER ADVENTURE
FIGHT THE BITE. REMOVE TIRES FROM YOUR YARD.
GARAGE SALE DATE ANNOUNCED
MASTER GARDENER TALKS
March 3, 2023
Honoring Hazlet's Birthday, Small Business Grants Announced, Save the Dates
Honoring Hazlet Township
At a ceremony Saturday, February 25 at Town Hall, Hazlet Township's Mayor Michael C. Sachs marked the township's 175th Anniversary with the reading of a Proclamation honoring Hazlet's past.
Our anniversary year will continue with special events planned for Fourth of July, Hazlet Day, a history discussion series at the James J. Cullen Center and a special display of historic artifacts at Town Hall.
March Events at Hazlet Senior Center
The Hazlet Senior Center at the James J. Cullen Center is launching into March with a full calendar of events. Some of the new offerings include: Book Club & Potluck Lunch, Spanish for Beginners; road trips to Niagara Falls, Pittsburgh and Upstate New York; Zumba Gold and Gentle Yoga. Visit the Senior Center section of the Hazlet Township website to learn more.
Summer Rec Camp
Registration opens 9 a.m. on Monday, March 20 for Hazlet Recreation Summer Camp. Fees will be announced March 15 on the Recreation page. If you have questions, please contact the Recreation Director at 732-217-8648.
Reminder to renew dog licenses before April 1 to avoid the $5.00 late fee. More information.