Greenable Woodbridge: Main Street Revitalization with guest Marta Lefsky
Greenable Woodbridge: Rain Gardens
Rutgers & Woodbridge Township Green Team just celebrated the ground breaking of the 8th rain garden in Woodbridge. This planting is especially important to the Rutgers team because they hit their milestone 50th rain gardens planted in the Central Jersey Area.
National Public Lands Day: September 26, 2020
An “All-American City” through the National Civic League, Woodbridge has been recognized for its environmental policies and programs – including its Greenable Woodbridge initiatives, and was the first-ever recipient and multi-year winner of the Sustainable Jersey
We are the Champions
Woodbridge Named 2019 Sustainable Jersey™ Silver-Level Champion
“Woodbridge Township is pleased to once again accept the prestigious Sustainable Jersey™ Silver-Level Recertification and Champion Award for large-size municipalities for the Tenth year,” said Mayor John E. McCormac. “Sustainable Jersey serves as a benchmark for our sustainable initiatives, while providing the Township with additional resources as we continue to lead the state in sustainable and green initiatives.”
“In the quest for our Tenth Sustainable Jersey Championship Award, Woodbridge Township competed against 448 municipalities, including 210 Sustainable Jersey Certified Municipalities and 52 Silver-Level certified towns in the Sustainable Jersey competition, earning Sustainable points with 99 actions in 18 separate categories – scoring a record 1,190 points. And throughout, Greenable Woodbridge continued to advance many more sustainable initiatives and programs that serve to better manage the ways we use energy and other natural resources at work and home. The Sustainable Jersey Program is an important vehicle by which our Township will continue to move into the future as a sustainable and environmentally-conscious community,” Mayor McCormac added.
A Green Future - Middlesex County Greenway
Walkable and bikeable communities make it more convenient for people to know their neighbors. When people walk or bike instead of driving, less air pollution is the result and everyone can breathe more easily. Improving the connectivity of bike and walking networks will provide more direct, convenient and safe travel routes