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The Morris County Office of Emergency Management Emergency Medical Services Team providing EMS Services at the Morris County Park Commission Central Ave Sports Complex for the ATSC Soccer Tournaments.

Thank you Holly and Ally!
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Advisory: Verizon Corporate Challenge 5K
Thursday, 7/13/17

The Verizon Corporate Challenge 5K will take place in Morristown and Morris Township on Thursday evening. The race route will run from 37 Maple Ave. to Market St., and then south onto Mt. Kemble Ave. (Route 202.)

The route will run south until a point just north of Harter Rd. in Morris Township, and will then retrace the route northbound on Rt. 202 back to 37 Maple Ave.
Northbound Rt. 202 will be closed at Harter Rd. beginning at 6:00 pm.

The posted detour will be Harter Rd. to James St. Southbound Rt. 202 will be closed at approximately 7 pm until 8 pm.

The posted detour will be Ann St. to Western Ave. to Bailey Hollow Rd. From 7 pm until 8 pm Rt. 202 from Ann St. to Harter Rd. will be completely closed to vehicular traffic.

Additionally, Maple Ave. in Morristown will be closed from Miller Rd. to Dehart St.

Please make alternate arrangements to travel plans. An approved detour with signage will be deployed to assist motorists, and uniformed police officers will be on hand to assist and redirect traffic from this area.
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The Morris County Office of Emergency Management EMS team is happy to join with the Randolph Rescue Squad at the Randolph Township Freedom Festival. This family friendly event is held on the grounds of the County College of Morris (CCM), in parking lot P1 off of Center Grove Road. In addition to carnival rides and games, there is live music, live entertainment, DJ’s, gourmet food trucks and other attractions. This evening the festival will culminate with a great fireworks show. Stop by and see the Davidson family EMS team and tour our Mobile Ambulance Bus and check out the specialized equipment on display by the Randolph Rescue Squad. ... See MoreSee Less

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