Municipal Offices will be closed on Monday, July 4 in Observance of Independence Day. There will be no Trash Collection on that day. Trash will be collected on one day only for residents affected by this holiday (i.e., Residents with Mon/Thurs Collection will only have Thursday Collection). All other residents will receive their normal twice-per-week collection. There will be no make up day.
The Township Council will hold a closed session on June 27th at 6:45pm
Yard Waste Collection has resumed.
The Department of Public Works is on schedule collecting Yard Waste in Zone 2. (posted 6/26/16)
Do you have Ash trees in peril on your property?
West Windsor Township Human Relations Council is presenting the 2nd Annual
International Peace Day Program and Essay Contest, September 24th, 2:00-5:00 PM at the
WW-P High School South, 346 Clarksville Rd., West Windsor. Please click here for further details.
Mayor Hsueh’s 2016 State of the Township Address (posted 6/10/16)
Department of Human Services – Public Health - Rabies Advisory – June 1, 2016
The tennis courts at Community Park are closed due to unsafe playing surfaces. The courts will be reconstructed as part of a West Windsor Township capital project. Thank you for your patience as we improve the recreational facilities in the Township. (posted 5/6/16)
As a reminder, the twice-per-week Summer trash collection begins the week of 5/23/16 and ends the week of 9/5/16 (the week before Memorial Day and goes all the way through Labor Day week. )
For more information on garbage collection, please visit the Township website at www.westwindsornj.org, click on http://www.westwindsornj.org/trash-collection-schedule.pdf to view trash collection days, or contact
Public Works at (609) 799-8370.
On or about April 23, Amtrak will begin improvements to catenary system along the Northeast Corridor rail tracks
Tips to Help Reduce Encounters with Black Bears During Active Spring Period
Public Health Rabies Advisory - April 20, 2016
New Jersey American Water to Resume Treating Water with Chloramines on Monday, April 18, 2016 (posted 4/15/16)4/14/16)
UPDATE - Resurfacing of New Village Road between Stockton Lane and Marian Drive to begin on or about Wednesday, April 13, weather permitting (posted 4/12/16)
Resurfacing of Meadow Road over US Route 1 to begin on or about Wednesday, April 13, weather permitting (posted 4/11/16)
Fact Sheet on Lead in Drinking Water (Posted 3/30/2016)
Canal Pointe Boulevard Road Diet Study
Canal Point Boulevard Road Diet Study - Public Comments Results
Federal Highway Administration Road Diet with case studies (posted 3/2/2016)
Zika Virus – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issues travel warnings for pregnant women and women trying to get pregnant. For details, please visit the CDC website, speak with your physician or call the Health Department at 609-936-8400. Going to the American Tropics? Click here for the flyer (posted 1/29/16)
Public Health Notice - Zika Virus (2/19/16)
PSE&G Warns Customers About an Increase in Scams (posted 12/29/15)
REMINDER – SIGN-UP FOR RESIDENT ADVISORY ALERTS -
Through the West Windsor Police - http://www.westwindsorpolice.com