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Sayreville Police Department will utilize a new communications service, effective April 20, 2012, that allows us to send important, valuable community information directly to residents using the latest technology. The Nixle Community Information Service allows us to create and publish messages to be delivered to subscribed residents instantly via cell phone text message and/or email. [...]

Sayreville Police Department will utilize a new communications service, effective
April 20, 2012, that allows us to send important, valuable community information directly to residents using the latest technology.

The Nixle Community Information Service allows us to create and publish messages to be delivered to subscribed residents instantly via cell phone text message and/or email. Notifications can also be accessed online at Nixle’s web site at www.nixle.com.

Messages may include alerts to local criminal activity, missing persons, and road closures as well as other relevant safety and community event information.

The service is secure, reliable and easy to use for our group.

The messages can be sent specifically to residents registered within a ¼ mile radius, giving them the opportunity to receive trustworthy information relevant only to their neighborhood. Residents decide from which local agencies they want to receive information. Subscribers can also choose the way in which alerts are received, whether it is by email, text message, or over the web.

Nixle builds on the foundations of other public-to-public communication services, such as Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace, but adds a key component: security. When citizens receive information from our agency via Nixle, they know it can be trusted.

Residents of Sayreville and those in neighboring communities can immediately begin receiving pertinent information via text message, email, and web by registering at www.nixle.com.

 

Expired Medication Collection

Prescription and over the counter medications are great to have around the house when you are sick but should be disposed of when they are no longer needed. Unwanted medications in a home are an accident waiting to happen and if they are not disposed of properly can be damaging to the environment. The Sayreville [...]

Prescription and over the counter medications are great to have around the house when you are sick but should be disposed of when they are no longer needed. Unwanted medications in a home are an accident waiting to happen and if they are not disposed of properly can be damaging to the environment.

The Sayreville Police Department will be participating in Operation Take Back 2012. This DEA sponsored program establishes a collection point for unwanted or expired medications.

Bring your unwanted or expired medications to the Public Safety Complex on Saturday, April 28th between 10AM and 2PM and we will arrange for their proper disposal. There is no charge for this service. Help us keep Sayreville safe.

 

TRAFFFIC ADVISORY

Community Traffic Advisory – On Saturday March 10th residents should expect heavy traffic conditions during the morning hours on Bordentown Avenue due to the annual South Amboy Saint Patrick’s Day Parade. During afternoon and evening hours residents may experience substantial delays on Washington Road in the area of the Dwarkadish Temple due to a large [...]

Community Traffic Advisory – On Saturday March 10th residents should expect heavy traffic conditions during the morning hours on Bordentown Avenue due to the annual South Amboy Saint Patrick’s Day Parade.

During afternoon and evening hours residents may experience substantial delays on Washington Road in the area of the Dwarkadish Temple due to a large event. Please plan to use alternate routes to avoid the effected areas.