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Obadiah La Tourette
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Obadiah La Tourette
The Long Valley Mill

The building looms over the bustling Route 24, once called Chester Pike, just east of Long Valley center. At once, upon seeing it, you know that the mill holds a thousand stories and probably a thousand more secrets in its ancient timbers.

Aerial View of Long Valley
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Aerial View of
Long Valley in Fall

In the rolling hills of Morris County, Washington Twp is noted for preserved farmland and historic buildings. Washington Township was incorporated as a township on April 2, 1798, from portions of Roxbury Township.

5K Turkey Trot
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Turkey Trot 2017
in Long Valley

The WMC Memorial 5K Turkey Trot is a community event being held to continue the tradition of the WMC Memorial Race started 12 years ago in memory of Kyleigh D’Alessio and Tanner Birch.

Police Honor Guard 2018
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Police Honor Guard 2018
Washington Township Police Department

The mission of the Washington Township Police Department to protect life and property, enforce the law in a fair and impartial manner, and to preserve the peace, order, and safety of the community we serve.

Califon Road Park
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Califon Road Park
Pond at Califon Road Park

The pond at Califon Road Park is located behind the parking area for the park’s Little League field and four all-purpose fields

Memorial Day Ceremony
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Memorial Day Ceremony
Rock Spring Park

Washington Township held its annual Memorial Day Ceremony to salute our brave servicemen and servicewomen who have given so much for our country at the Veterans Memorial Site at Rock Spring Park.

Santa Program
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Santa Program
Cucinella School

At the Recreation Department’s annual Afternoon with Santa at Cuccinella School, local families enjoyed face painting, balloon animal and photos with the Santa and his helper.

Health Announcements

Clean Air at Home

While it's easy to see when you need to dust or sweep, it's harder to know when the air in your home needs cleaning. In fact, the indoor air you breathe can be hazardous to your health without any telltale signs. Don't let the air in your home threaten your family's health.

Take these step to improve your indoor air quality now:

Ensure you have working smoke and carbon monoxide detectors installed in your home. Test the detectors and change the batteries annually. Open your doors or windows for at least 10 minutes each day. Even in winter, opening your windows will help improve your air. Remember, indoor air quality tends to be more polluted than outdoor air. Opening your windows or doors allows the fresher outdoor air to come inside. This dilutes the pollution inside your home, making it healthier to breathe. This no-cost solution really will help you breathe better. If you live near a source of outdoor air pollution, opening your windows and doors may not be a good idea. It is not advised to open your windows and doors on poor air quality days such as when wildfires have been reported affecting the air in your area. Instead, select a portable mechanical HEPA air cleaner appropriate to the size of the room. Polluted air will be brought into the air cleaner, where particulate matter, chemicals, and other pollutants are captured. Clean air is placed back into the room. Keep your home and car smoke free. Ensure your furnace filter has a minimum efficiency reporting value, specifically a MERV-13 rating. Change your furnace filter every three to six months. Ensure to allow for proper ventilation when burning in your home, including fireplaces, wood stoves, gas appliances, and candles. Avoid chemicals such as air fresheners, sprays and cleaning products or use a healthier option.

Learn more about indoor air quality at

2024 Annual Memorial Day Ceremony
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