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Weather Alert From the Morris County Office of Emergency Management

We continue to monitor what appears to be a “quick hitting storm” that is on track to impact Morris County. The National Weather Service in Mount Holly has issued a “Winter Storm Warning” from midnight tonight until 4 pm Thursday. The snow is expected to move into our area overnight tonight, generally developing between 11 pm this evening and 1 am tomorrow (Thursday) morning. The data suggests that the snow will intensify by 4-5 am, with moderate to occasionally heavy snow then likely to continue through about noon. The heavy snow may make many roads potentially impassable for several hours during the worst part of the storm. We also may experience power outages due to the weight of the snow on tree limbs and power lines. Lingering lighter snow may continue into the afternoon hours, before finally tapering off by 4-5pm. Total accumulations of 6-11 inches are forecasted at this time. We anticipate rapid accumulations on all surfaces and a significant impact to the morning rush hour.

 

Note:  The Netcong Municipal Building will be opening tomorrow at 12 Noon, weather depending.


E-Waste Disposal

Due to a declining market and shrinking number of vendors willing to work with e-waste, the Borough of Netcong recycling center will no longer be accepting electronic waste. This will include televisions and computers. If you have any of these items that need to be properly disposed of, you will need to call and make an appointment with The Morris County MUA and deliver the items to their facility in Mt. Olive. Appointments are available Tuesdays and Fridays and most Saturdays. There is no charge for Morris county residents. The phone number to make an appointment is (973) 631-5109 Monday thru Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. For more information on what is acceptable at the county facility, please check their website at www.mcmua.com. We apologize for any inconvenience.


Reporting a Power Outgage.


Welcome to Netcong

As you wander through our web pages, come and journey with us through the Borough of Netcong. Nestled in the mountains of Morris County, the Borough of Netcong is small in size but lacks for nothing. Still maintaining our small town appearance, we have a bustling Main Street enhanced by Lake Musconetcong on its perimeter. With  The Growing Stage Theater , Netcong is in the forefront of children’s theater. Our education system contains both parochial and public schools. Our 10 student per teacher ratio allows the children better access to their teachers, emphasizing the learning process.

High School students attend  Lenape Valley Regional High School , which is shared by Netcong, Stanhope and Byram residents. Lenape Valley also has its own Planetarium for the students which is opened from time to time for the general public and is well worth a visit.

Our down town area offers a variety of eating establishments ranging from Tex Mex to Italian. Our yearly Feasts are exciting and end with an amazing firework display. Netcong Day which we hold in September, attracts vendors and visitors from far and wide and is a wonderful day for strolling through our town.

Netcong is the hub of up-to-date transportation.  New Jersey Transit  provides train service to many other towns and links to NYC Path Trains. Access from Route 80 and Rt. 46 brings many diverse travelers to our Borough. NJ Transit Customer number is: 973-275-5555.

Come and spend some time in Netcong, it might just feel like home. All roads lead to Netcong. How many can you find?

The Borough of Netcong,  23 Maple Avenue,  Netcong, NJ 07857
973-347-0252  973-347-3020 (fax)
 

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