1. DEA National TAKE BACK Day

    On Saturday, October 27th, the DEA is hosting its next TAKE BACK Day. The Manville Police Department will be a collection site for unwanted and unused prescription drugs between the hours of 10:00am and 2:00pm. Read on...
  2. FALL HAS ARRIVED & IT’S LEAF SEASON – PUBLIC WORKS LEAF COLLECTION POLICY

  3. PUBLIC WORKS EXTENDS DATES FOR DROPPING OFF GRASS CLIPPINGS

    Due to the temperatures and extreme wet conditions this grass cutting season, the last day to drop off grass clippings has been extended. Grass clippings will be accepted on Saturdays, Oct 13th, 20th & 27th, 2018 from 8 am - 12pm at the Public Works Yard. Read on...
  4. BOROUGH OF MANVILLE SECTION 8 HOUSING PROGRAM

    The Borough of Manville announces that it is ceasing the taking of applications for the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Assistance Payments Program. Read on...
  5. Kennedy Boulevard Improvement Project

    On or about September 17th, work will commence on Improvements to Kennedy Boulevard, Phase 1 & 2. The project commences at Whalen Street and extends to the Borough border with Hillsborough, just south of Raritan Avenue. Read on...
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Clink on Image Below to Learn more about Curbing Hunger

Food Bank 2

Manville Street Smart Campaign Long-Term Effects and Conclusion

From May 1 to May 31, Manville Borough and RideWise, the local non-profit organization dedicated to promoting sustainable transportation, conducted a "Street Smart" Pedestrian Safety awareness campaign along Main Street.

When the campaign concluded, residents living or working in Manville were encouraged to take the post campaign survey to determine the campaign’s impact.

The results of the survey are being processed by the RideWise team, who will come back to the Borough with the main problems of pedestrian safety on Main Street.


Street Smart Campaign

WreathsacrossAmericaConvoy coming down 

Brooks Boulevard, Manville, NJ 

December 13, 2017

Borough of Manville Mission Statement

“Our mission for the Borough of Manville is to enrich the quality of life for all residents, to maintain an attractive, inviting and secure Community.  We pledge to work in partnership with our residents to foster community pride, to develop a vibrant, diverse economy, to plan for the future, and to preserve and enhance the beauty of our town.”


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Click Below to Help a Family in Need

Thanksgiving Food Pantry

Click Below for more Information on National Takeback Day

DEA National Takeback logo