Warren Township Public Works Department on January 15, 2013
completed the removal of all Hurricane Sandy storm debris which met
township specifications for removal (no more than 6 feet in length
and 5" in diameter). Debris was removed on 324 Municipal Streets and
9 County Roads. Nearly 10,000 sq yards of material was removed.
Public Works Department expresses its appreciation for the
assistance provided by all residents as well your patience and
understanding during this process.
ORGANIZATIONS MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR RECOVERY HELP. Details
– YOU HELP OTHERS – NOW LET FEMA HELP YOU WITH PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
DISASTER GRANTS. Details
FEMA Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) at 27 Warren St. will be
open Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 13, 14 and 15, from 9
a.m. to 7 p.m., but will close permanently after Dec. 15.
of Storm Damaged Trees by DPW as of
Hurricane Sandy BPU hearing
held 12/10/12 - WarrenPatch
Somerset County Property Owners - If your property suffered
“material damage” as a direct result of Superstorm Sandy, you
may qualify for a reduction of your property assessment for
Instructions for form MDSe /
County Residents Can Apply
For Disaster Food Assistance
Starting Nov. 26. details