Somerset County Senior Centers All Closed Wed.; Recycling to Be Delayed

Also, Somerset County recycling delays due to holiday followed by snow; possible delay in opening county library system.

Senior Wellness Center, Basking Ridge. By Linda Sadlouskos
Senior Wellness Center, Basking Ridge. By Linda Sadlouskos

Due to the winter storm, the following Senior Centers operated by the Somerset County Office on Aging and Disability Services will be closed Wednesday, Jan. 22: Raritan, Quail Brook, Warrenbrook in Warren Township, Hillsborough, Manville, Montgomery and the Senior Wellness Center in Bernards, which serves the Somerset Hills area.

There will be no Meals on Wheels deliveries on Wednesday, according to the Somerset County Office on Aging and Disability Services. Meals on Wheels clients are asked to use frozen meals that were sent out in advance.

The Office on Aging and Disability Services, located at 27 Warren St. in Somerville, will be closed to walk-ins on Wednesday for the safety of patrons.  Clients needing information and assistance should call 908-704-6346 or toll free at 1-888-747-1122. 

Please also call those numbers for further information if necessary.

Residents wishing to be notified by e-mail about closings and other county-related issues can sign up for the county’s free e-mail subscription service at www.co.somerset.nj.us/subscribe.html.

Also, Somerset County recycling pickups will be delayed this week due to the Monday holiday and the subsequent severe weather, according to information from Somerset County released on Tuesday.

Residents are asked to leave their recyclables at the curb. Collections will be completed as soon as possible, according to the county.

The Somerset County Recycling Division offered thanks to residents for patience and understanding.

Possible delayed opening for Somerset County Library system

The Somerset County Library system's branches, which closed at noon on Tuesday due to the snow, may also experience delayed openings on Wednesday. Patrons are asked to wait for further updates on Wednesday.



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