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Mayor's Message

The preparations for the 53rd Memorial Day Parade have begun. It is scheduled to take place on Sunday, May 24th starting at 2pm.  At the end of the Parade, refreshments hosted by American Legion Clara Barton Post 324 will be served.

The Parade will take place on Amboy Avenue, starting on Walsh Avenue and ending on Brower Avenue.

All Veterans, Marching Units, Scout Troops, Youth Sports Leagues, Floats, Antique Cars, Local Police & Fire Departments and Horse Mounted Individuals/Units etc. are welcome to participate.  Interested parties may contact Dana Ligato-Grego @ 732-248-7298 or email dligato@edisonnj.org.


 

 Edison Township Pothole Reporting Hotline
   Recognizing the impact that this winter has had with regard to the extensive volume of potholes throughout the township, Mayor Thomas Lankey has established a pothole hotline.  Residents are encouraged to call in the locations of potholes they have encountered while traversing the township.  This will assist us in collecting additional information necessary to expedite repairs in a more efficient and timely manner.
  Please contact us at 732-404-8600 Monday – Friday between 8:30am – 4:30pm.
You can also report a pothole by submitting a citizen service request here

 


 

The Birth Place of the Technological Revolution

Welcome to the official web site of Edison, New Jersey, one of America’s Best Places to Live according to Money Magazine, the Safest Place for Women in the country according to SELF Magazine and one of the Best Places to Grow Up in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report.

This 32-square-mile township of more than 100,000 residents is the home of Thomas Alva Edison’s famed Menlo Park laboratory where the incandescent light bulb was perfected and sound was first recorded.

Our high achieving public schools, central location, vibrant business environment and diverse community make Edison a great place to live, work and raise a family.

 

 

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