Due to delays in production, the printed copy of the winter issue of Plains Talk may not be in homes until the end of the month.
However, the electronic edition is currently available for viewing here on the Borough's website.
The Morris County Stigma-Free Communities Initiative is a county-wide program which aims to eradicate the stigma associated with mental illness and substance use disorders.
The initiative is dedicated to raising awareness of these illnesses by creating an environment where affected individuals are supported in their efforts to achieve wellness and recovery.
PLEASE CLICK on the link below to learn more about this initiative and what resources are available for residents.
The program is for children in grades K - 5. It will be held at Mountain Way school on Mondays during March and early April.
Mother & Daughter Night Out!
The Morris Plains Municipal Alliance invites Mothers and their 5th & 6th grade Daughters to a night of adventure and fun!
Saturday, March 11th, 6:00-8:45pm at the Morris Plains Community Center
A great opportunity to spend some quality time together as just Mother and Daughter!
This is a casual event that will include dinner, entertainment, fun activities,
and lots of surprises and prizes! It will be a night you definitely won't forget!
The event is free but registration is required, please on the link below for more info and to register.
The registration deadline is March 3rd and always fills up so register early!
The Animal licensing deadline was January 31st 2017.
Borough ordinance states that dogs and cats must be licensed yearly. If the animal’s license has not been renewed, please submit the application and required fee.
Please call the Clerk’s office, 973-538-2224 if you no longer have the animal or have questions.
The Morris Plains Board of Health and the Morris County Office of Health Management want to remind residents about what the flu is, and how to try and prevent catching it.
The February selection is "Man Called Ove" by Fredrik Ove.
This program is for children in grades k - 4 (or those reading at 4th. grade level or below). The classes are taught by Morris Plains teachers supported by "fun mentors" grades 4+.
Morris Plains Public Schools will hold their annual Kindergarten Registration and Screening on April 4, 5, and 6 at Mountain Way School.
Children must be residents of Morris Plains and five years of age on or before October 1, 2017, to be eligible for a September entrance into kindergarten. A birth certificate, proof of residence and health information are required at the registration.
The Morris County freeholders have taken steps paving the way for 2017 construction of a new access road to Central Park of Morris County (the former Greystone Park State Psychiatric Hospital). The moves are meant to minimize traffic through Morris Plains neighborhoods, according to this statement from the Freeholders:
Please click on the link below for more information:http://morristowngreen.com/2016/12/29/freeholders-take-steps-to-ease-greystone-traffic-for-morris-plains-residents/
Recreation has announced 8 programs for Winter.
Please click on the individual links below for detailed descriptions of each class.
Story Time will be held every Tuesday morning, starting at 10:30 AM.
All children under 5 are welcome.
Please call 973-538-2599 for any further information.