Welcome to Bloomsbury, NJ
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Photos by: Dave & Carrie Lowthert

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Highlights


Bloomsbury Volunteer Opportunities


2018 Pet License Application & Fees


Radon Test Kits - Hunterdon County Health Department


Radon Additional Information


2019 - Animal Control Solutions, LLC
908-722-1271




 Email Contacts


Mayor Martha Tersigni: mayor@bloomsburynewjersey.com


Clerk Lisa Burd Reindel : clerk@bloomsburynewjersey.com


See the Contact Information page for additional contact information.


Please Note: We believe we have fixed Mayor Tersigni's email.

PLEASE ALLOW 5 BUSINESS DAYS for a response from the Mayor before contacting Borough Hall.

Hunterdon County Recycling


Please click on the Events & Activities page for links to :

Hunterdon County annual recycling

event dates for

  Solid Waste

  Points, Oils, Propane Tanks,

Smoke Detectors

  Electronics

  Paper Shredding



Other Hunterdon County Activities
The Events & Activities page also provides links for:
Hunterdon Tricentennial Events
Hunterdon County Parks System programs
Hunterdon County Senior Center activities

Hunterdon County Department of Human Services  DIVISION OF SENIOR, DISABILITIES AND VETERANS SERVICES

The Musconetcong Watershed Association

Bloomsbury Elementary School Calendar

BOROUGH OF BLOOMSBURY


Hunterdon County, New Jersey

91 Brunswick Avenue

Bloomsbury New Jersey 08804

Phone (908) 479-4200

Fax (908) 479-1418

Martha J. Tersigni, Mayor

Lisa A. Burd Reindel, RMC, CMR, Borough Clerk/Administrator



Our website provides you with important contact information, forms, event listings, links and other information you can use daily.  Check back often and sign up for email alerts from the Borough.


Bloomsbury  is located on the south side of the Musconetcong River in the northwest corner of Hunterdon County.  The name is derived from the Bloom family, who were influential in the early history of the town.  It was once part of Bethlehem Township, but was incorporated as a separate borough in 1905.

The Borough was originally known as "Johnson's Iron Works," named after the charcoal work of Robert Johnson on the north bank of the river.  In colonial days, ore from the Musconetcong Mountain was carried down to the river and made into "blooms," masses of wrought iron from the forge.  This is another theory of how the Borough received its name.

Bloomsbury is the third smallest municipality in Hunterdon County.  While the 20th century saw some expansion of Bloomsbury's residential area, the general character of Bloomsbury as a quiet, tree-lined, small town remains today.  We are proud of our community and hope you enjoy your visit. 





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Thank you to Eloise Hagaman for her 23 years

of dedicated Service as Bloomsbury Tax Assessor!


New Assessor, Kevin Polumbo, will start start on Monday Dec. 3rd. 

He will work from 6-8pm on the 1st & 3rd Mondays of each Month

and his Borough email is:  bloomsburyassessor@gmail.com



Luminaries Available from Bloomsbury Rec Commission



 

New State Regulations on Animal Cruelty

Full information available at:  https://www.state.nj.us/health/vph/

Report Animal Cruelty

Pursuant to the provisions of P.L. 2017, CHAPTER 189 b. The New Jersey Department of Health

shall post the following on its website:

These materials shall be distributed by the municipality to each person obtaining an annual dog license

and be posted on all New Jersey municipality websites.

The full text of the statutes and the plain language description of the provisions and requirements are posted here:

The New Jersey Department of Health does not have the authority to investigate animal cruelty.

IMPORTANT NOTICE - Certified Animal Cruelty Investigators (ACIs) can continue to investigate animal cruelty

until February 1, 2019. Beginning in February 1, 2019, animal cruelty investigations shall be conducted by Humane Law Enforcement Officers (HLEOs) that report to county prosecutors.

If you suspect animal cruelty or abuse after February 1, 2019, contact your County Prosecutors Office

or local police for assistance.

To report animal cruelty or abuse involving livestock (including horses, cattle and poultry),

contact the New Jersey Department of Agriculture, Division of Animal Health by calling 609-671-6400 or via email: state.veterinarian@ag.nj.gov or state.veterinarian@ag.state.nj.us.

 







2018 Bloomsbury Borough Directory


Spring 2018 Borough Newsletter available here

Fall 2018 Borough Newsletter available here

 Winter 2018 Borough Newsletter will be out soon



VOLUNTEERS NEEDED - BLOOMSBURY HOSE CO. # 1

Part of what makes Bloomsbury unique, is all of our volunteers!

If you are interested in volunteering with the Borough please stop in at Borough Hall

to complete a Citizen Leadership Application.

Members needed!  Call Chief Pflugfelder 908-442-0031




CROSSING GUARDS NEEDED!

Part-time for Bloomsbury Elementary School

AM Shift/PM Shift & Alternate positions available.

Daily shifts are Mornings- 8:10am - 8:40am & Afternoons - 2:50pm-3:20pm.

Applicants must be able to pass a background check. Employment applications

are available at Bloomsbury Borough Hall and the Borough Website.

Applications should be submitted to the Clerk's Office or emailed to blmclerk@ptd.net - ASAP. Borough of Bloomsbury is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Property Maintenance Reminder:

Per Borough Ordinances – It is unlawful to sweep or deposit any grass clippings,

brush, or other refuse into any street or storm drain in the Borough of Bloomsbury.


The NJ State Police remind residents to report immediately 
any illegal or suspicious activity including dirt bikes
or ATV’s riding on Borough Streets or in the Borough Park.
Call immediately => Perryville Barracks at 908-730-7042.
Also call to report large numbers of trucks parked on the shoulders at Exit 7.
It is always best to keep parked cars locked and valuables secured.


All Dogs and Cats MUST be licensed in the borough.

  Residents Can Not Obtain Licenses in Person (Drop-off ONLY!)

Applications can be obtained at Borough Hall during normal business hours

or see Highlights section below for link to license application form.

Completed applications can be dropped off or mailed to Borough Hall at

91 Brunswick Avenue, Bloomsbury, NJ 08804.

See new state Animal Cruelty Regulations noted elsewhere on this site.


  2018 Bloomsbury Meeting Schedules

COMMON COUNCIL

REGULAR MEETING SCHEDULE

7pm - 4th Tues. -  Tuesday December 18, 2018

(note date change)

2019 Re-organization - January 1, 2019 – 10AM


PLANNING BOARD

REGULAR MEETING SCHEDULE

7:30pm - 3rd Tues. -  December 18, 2018


Bloomsbury Board of Education Regular Meetings

All meetings - 7pm in Bloomsbury all purpose room

2nd Tues. - Dec. 12, 2018