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All Middlesex County buildings will remain closed to the general public until further notice due to COVID-19. Only select County services are available on an appointment basis.
September 23, 2021 County Commissioner Meeting Notice: Due to the severe weather warning the meeting will now take place virtually; click here for more details.

The Department of Infrastructure Management is responsible for functions, programs and services that are vital to the health, safety and well-being of County residents. This Department consists of the Office of Facilities Management, the Office of Parks and Recreation, County Golf Courses, and the Middlesex County Utilities Authority.
These offices work together to manage all County-run buildings and properties, This includes 18 active park and recreation facilities (over 3,000 acres), conservation areas and preserves, and 3 County Golf Courses.
Infrastructure Management seeks to reduce the duplication of effort and work to maintain a streamlined process for the effective maintenance of all County-owned properties.


County Golf Courses
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Our four Middlesex County Golf Courses are maintained and managed by Billy Casper Golf. For more information about each of our golf courses and to reserve a tee time, please visit

Facilities Management
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The Office of Facilities Management reports directly into the Department of Infrastructure Management. The Office is responsible for maintaining 16 County-owned buildings. The Office also is responsible for the professional management, direction, maintenance and control of all County-owned facilities.

Parks & Recreation
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The Office of Parks and Recreation is charged with offering a variety of programs and facilities to meet the recreational needs and educational interests of the people of Middlesex County through the County Park System. Parks and Recreation is also, among other duties, responsible for: preserving locations for public enjoyment that have County-wide significance for providing active recreation; Promoting environmental, agricultural, scenic, historic, cultural and social opportunities; Conserving natural resources including plant and animal life, farmland, woodland, streams, and watersheds.

Charles E. Tomaro County Commissioner Contact me
Dennis Cerami Director of Infrastructure Management Contact me

Infrastructure Management Office
75 Bayard Street, 2nd Floor
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Phone - (732) 745-3995
Fax - (732) 745-2422
Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:15pm

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