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News & Announcements

March, 2021
Piscataway Mourns the Loss of Favorite Son Kenny Armwood
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April, 2021
Lower municipal tax rate for four years in a row!
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November, 2020
Wahler joins Biden & Harris in discussion with mayors
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March, 2021
Piscataway Officials Renew Calls For Gun Reform
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June, 2021
Piscataway Police Has First Female Captain
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March, 2021
Piscataway Township Council to Move to Full Green Government Energy Use Tonight
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January, 2021
Piscataway Mayor, Council Call for Trump's Expulsion
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October, 2020
Piscataway Police Gain Notable Distinction
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October, 2021
Economic Development Keeps Piscataway in High Standing with Standard & Poor's
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July, 2020
Piscataway Community Center dedication
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January, 2021
Piscataway Police Get Tenured Leader
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January, 2020
Wahler Applauds Pallone for Addressing Climate Change
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Mayor's Message

At the Piscataway Senior Center, elderly residents appreciated the opportunity to ask questions of U.S. Representatives Frank Pallone, Jr. (NJ-6), Tom Malinowski (NJ-7) & Donald M. Payne, Jr. (NJ-10) alongside Mayor Brian C. Wahler about the Elijah E. Cummings Lower Drug Costs Now Act (H.R. 3) from the 116th Congress.

"What makes Piscataway a fantastic family friendly town is that we have a wonderful quality of life for residents of all ages as well as all walks of life.

"Did you know that we are one of the most diverse townships in the state?  According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s most recent information from the 2020 Census, Piscataway’s population of nearly 61,000 is 37.1 percent Asian including those of Asian Indian, Chinese and Filipino heritage, 20.0 percent African American, 14.1percent Hispanic and 26.7 percent white non-Hispanic."

To read Mayor Brian C. Wahler's entire message, please click here.

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