The Milltown Municipal Alliance works with schools, law enforcement, businesses and community groups. It provides educational programs to prevent alcohol and drug abuse. Their monthly meetings are usually the third Monday of each month at 7PM at Borough Hall in the Round Room. Their meetings are open to the public and volunteers are welcome.
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Director – Julie F. Petry
Councilman Randy Farkas
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Please be advised that the Recreation Dept. is open from 8:30am – 4:30pm Monday – Friday. We are a very active department inside and outside the office and want to be available to everyone at the most convenient times. You can always call us at 732-828-2100 X141, leave a message and we will return your call.
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If you are interested in Renting Albert Avenue Park Pavilions, please contact the Recreation Dept. at
for availability and a permit.
Part-Time Public Safety Telecommunications Operator (PST)
Milltown Police Department
Weekends and Fill-Ins (7-3pm, 3-11pm, 11-7am during weekends)
Has completed BTC 911, CPR, and EMD training with valid certifications
Has working knowledge of computers
Must have the ability to multi-task in a stressful environment
Must be willing to undergo and pass a complete criminal background investigation
Must be willing to undergo and pass a comprehensive training program.
Has past PST experience with Police/Fire/and EMS
Has working knowledge of NCIC 2000, CJIS, CJIS Messenger, APB Net, MVC/AOC computer systems
Has working knowledge of the Enforsys CAD system.
Submit Application, Resume, and copies of certifications to:
Borough Clerk, Borough of Milltown
39 Washington Avenue, Milltown, NJ 08850 or fax: 732-249-4568
**Applications can be found on the Borough of Milltown website:
The Milltown Recreation Department offers an exciting program to Milltown School Age children, in grades K-8th at both Parkview and Joyce Kilmer Schools for all working Milltown parents!
Students meet in the All Purpose Room every day in each school and will be provided with a snack & juice, receive help with homework and participate in a number of activities including, Arts & Crafts, games, sports, music enrichment programs and much, much more!
The collection of non perishable food items is ongoing for Milltown’s Needy Families and the M.C.F.O.O.D. Bank. Residents can drop off their generous donations to Milltown Borough Hall and put it in the green bins in the front hallway.