Mount Arlington Region
Kids Make A Difference, based in Mount Arlington, provides a variety of free opportunities for interested elementary school and middle school kids around The Lake to come together to make a difference.
The Township of Mount Olive Health Department is hosting a health screening event for Mt. Olive, Mt. Arlington, and Netcong Residents!
Mount Arlington Board of Recreation Presents: Youth Art Camp
The Morris County Board of Freeholders has awarded a contract to a Trenton-based engineering firm to conduct a traffic safety and improvement study that could lead to improvements on a busy section of Howard Boulevard in Mt. Arlington.
Colon cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the US. 60% if those deaths could be prevented if everyone age 50 or older were screened regularly for colon cancer.
The Mt Arlington Police Department, and the Mt Arlington Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 78 would like to thank Kuiken Brothers Building Materials for their generous donation of all the lumber needed for the construction of a ramp at Sgt James Distasio's residence.
As a member of the Morris Area Energy Aggregation Program, the Borough of Mount Arlington is pleased to announce that the Co-Op has exceeded $1 Million in savings for the residents collectively.
Please be advised we are currently working on resolving an issue with the software for water bills.
Mount Arlington Mayor and Council presents: Community garden Mural Contest!
Morris County’s 2019 county road resurfacing projects are set to begin this week, weather permitting, starting with the paving of sections of Powerville Road in Boonton Township and James Street in Morris Township and Harding.
A special benefit music performance for injured Mt. Arlington Police Sgt. James “Jimmy” Distasio, featuring the band Street Hassle, is scheduled for this Saturday Night, Feb. 23, at the Stanhope House in Stanhope.