C.A.R.E. is Robbinsville Township's ground-breaking initiative started in 2016 which allows the Robbinsville Township Police Department to provide a pathway to recovery in lieu of arrest for those suffering from opiate/opioid addiction.
The goal of reducing substance abuse in our community will be fostered by active participation and public awareness programs. C.A.R.E. committee members shall serve a three-year term.
EDAC serves to coordinate the cultivation and development of Robbinsville Township’s economic potential by aiding business, agriculture, industry, and residents in maximizing their full economic potential within the township. In 2019, the EDAC will pursue two specific objectives:
Local Business Support- EDAC will organize a set of round-table discussions with local business leaders, with the goal of sharing information about community development initiatives, addressing concerns, and building rapport between residents, business leaders, and Township officials.
Public Policy Development- EDAC will identify opportunities for local policy innovation in the area of economic and community development, conduct research, and present recommendations through policy briefs to the Mayor and Township Council.
The EDAC is an active committee where members are expected to advance initiatives with guidance from Township officials. The time commitment for service is 1 meeting per month, with additional committee work in between meetings and clear deliverables.
If you are interested in serving on C.A.R.E., EDAC or any of our other boards or committees in 2019, please submit a Volunteer Application Form.
For EDAC, please indicate which of the two objectives you're interested in supporting through your service (Local Business Support or Public Policy Development).