1070 Route 202/31   •    908-782-8536   •     Fax: 908-782-1967

Seal of East Amwell Township


CHANGES IN TUESDAY NIGHT HOURS - see News and Notices

Property Tax Look Up

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Township Personnel

2018 Township Personnel Directory


Request for Proposals


Job Postings

Municipal Court Administrator

Violations Clerk - Part-time

Recreation Committee Secretary

Recycling Coordinator

Planning Board Administrator

Board of Adjustment Administrator

Board of Health Secretary

Employment Application


Purchasing Opportunity

 


Upcoming Events

Civil War Program

Rain Garden Event on February 22

Hunterdon County Hazardous Waste Day

Hunterdon County Electronics Collection Day information

Hunterdon County Tricentennial Calendar

(Contact 908-788-1110 for details on County Events)


Police & DPW Reports

NJ State Police Monthly Report

Hunterdon County Prosecutor Crime Information

Monthly DPW Report

West Amwell Traffic Enforcement Report


Advisories & Alerts

Clean Energy Program

Energy Bill Assistance

Utility Scam Update from JCP&L

JCP&L alerts customers to potential scamming

Email Scam Targets Personal Information of PSE&G

Home Energy Assistance Program


 

 

News & Notices

T​he Board of Chosen Freeholders is promoting the “Don’t Miss Out” campaign that makes Veterans aware of the $3,000 NJ State Tax Exemption that they may be entitled to receiving when filing their 2017 NJ State Tax Return. Click here for information


Bond Counsel Presentation - 2-8-18 
Property owners who prepaid the last two quarters of 2018 property taxes (prepayment of the August and November 2018 taxes) at the end of December 2017 for tax purposes and wish to have these funds returned to them have up until March 15, 2018, to notify the Tax Collector in writing that they wish a refund.  Contact the Clerk at tstahl@eastamwelltownship.com for more information. 

Deer Symposium March 3


There is now a small book exchange bin at the municipal building, located in the lobby.  Bring a book; take a book - easy as that!   


CHANGES IN TUESDAY NIGHT HOURS


Ordinance 18-02 - Second Reading- Mar. 8


East Amwell PTO Fundraising Initiatives

JCP&L resources 2018

JCP&L energy assistance. 

JCPL Prepares for Winter


VETERANS IN EAST AMWELL - New County Contact  


Open Space and Recreation Plan - Adopted October 2017


Brush Drop-Off


2017 Bear Facts in NJ


Rain Garden


Tips for Managing Through a Power Outage


Property Tax Reimbursement - Senior Freeze


East Amwell's Resolution in Opposition to PennEast Pipeline.


If  you are interested in serving on a volunteer board/committee, please complete the following form: Citizen Leadership for Volunteers

-- Serving on Municipal Boards


Amended Farmland Assessment Regulations - Chapter 43, P.L. 2013


Open Burn Regulations


Dog License Procedures


Please review Committee pages for specific information on their activities - Access them through Government Button on left side of screen or can also access through button on top of screen.


Important Topics

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Citizen Compliments And Complaint Process
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Environmental News

Recycling News  

Clawson Park Information

Historic Quick Collection.
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HOT-LINES

NJ DEP

DEP Press Release- Prescribed Burning

BEAR SIGHTINGS: 
908-735-8793

Jersey Central Power & Light has provided the following link to their "24/7 Power Center" to report outages. You may also continue to report power outages and streetlight outages by calling 888-LIGHTSS (1-888-544-4877).

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Welcome to East Amwell! We are a rural, farming community known for our commitment to the preservation of farms and open space.  East Amwell is a "right to farm" township  -  its non-farming residents respect normal farming activities and its impact on their lives.

A view of East Amwell

2010 Census - Be Counted
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Click here for information about Tenents Rights