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Trash & Recycling
Pennington Public Library
News & Notices
Free Rabies Vaccination Clinic for Dogs and Cats, Saturday, November 19th
Notice to Accept Bids for Plenary Retail Alcoholic Consumption License
Tax Sale List
Tax Map - 2015
Fall Leaf Collection Notice
Effective August 1, 2016 Notary Services are not provided by the Borough. Residents can find a notary at the Mercer County Library - http://www.mcl.org/lib/notary.html
Garbage Collection "Park Ave And King George Road Water System Upgrade"
Controlling Mosquitoes In Your Municipalities
There are many opportunities for public service that fit a variety of interests, time commitment and skills, including Planning Board, Environmental Commission, Shade Tree Commission, Historic Preservation, Parks and Recreation and Economic Development.
If you are interested, please complete a Citizen Leadership Form and return it to the Borough Hall. If you have questions, feel free to contact the Borough Administrator, Eileen M. Heinzel. A full list of Borough committees can be found in the "Government" tab of the Borough website.
IRS and Public Utilities Scams
Tree Planting Program
Residents are reminded that Pennington Borough has a noise ordinance that prohibits construction of any type other than repairs or maintenance done by a homeowner during the hours of 7 pm to 7 am Monday through Friday, 7 pm to 8 am On Saturday and all day on Sunday.
Pennington Trail Guide
Pennington Connection to the Lawrence-Hopewell Trail:
The Lawrence Hopewell Trail (LHT) is a 20+ miles bicycle and pedestrian recreational trail and transportation corridor through public and private lands in Lawrence and Hopewell Townships, Mercer County, New Jersey. The Pennington connection to the LHT starts at the Stony Brook bridge on Pennington-Rocky Hill Road. To learn more about the LHT http://lhtrail.org
Bear Safety Tips
Bear information for Homeowners
To learn more about Pennington history please visit "Pennington in the Past" on Facebook
PENNINGTON FARMERS MARKET
The Pennington Farmers Market is now open! Saturdays 9 am to 1 pm at Rosedale Mills, 101 Rt. 31 North. For more information visit http://penningtonfarmersmarket.org/
Pennington Borough is part of the Mercer County CodeRed Emergency Alert System. Residents can elect to receive emergency notifications by phone, text and/or email by clicking on the link below and registering preferences. More than one phone contact can be added for notifications.
2016 Water Quality Report - For the Year 2015 (PDF)
Is there a streetlight out in your neighborhood? If you’re a PSE&G electric customer, you can report a streetlight at www.pseg.com/home/customer_service/outage_info/streetlight_out.jsp
or call PSEG at 1-800-436-7734.
Important Note: The pole number (found on the metal tag on pole), street name, nearest cross street, and “in front of address” are needed to help PSEG locate and complete the repair.
Continuing Topics of Interest
Sidewalks are an integral part of the fabric of our community. Please be sure to keep sidewalks clear of ice, snow, shrubbery, grass and any other landscaping that would interfere with the safe passage of pedestrians and children on bicycles. Snow and ice should be removed within 12 hours of daylight after a storm ends. Sidewalks should be completely clear from overgrowth and trees should be trimmed to allow clearance up to seven (7) feet. If your sidewalk needs repair, a permit is required and can be obtained in the Borough Hall or online (under Forms & Permits).
Please be reminded that Pennington Borough does have a leash law. Dogs must be "controlled by an adequate leash not more than six feet long."
For the safety of your neighbors and your pet we ask for your compliance.
MAYOR'S WELLNESS CAMPAIGN
Sunday, October 2,
Healthy Heart Sunday with Princeton HealthCare System Community Education & Outreach at St. James Church gym and St. Lukes room.
This event will include:
- Information about heart healthy diets
- Exercise demonstrations
- Family & Friends Adult CPR
- Blood pressure, cholesterol & - BMI screenings
Supported by the Mayor’s Wellness Campaign