Latest News

Beginning September 8, 2020 our office hours are 8:30-4:30pm.

Do You Need Help Finding Work?

Posted on August 24, 2020

Do you need help finding a job? Contact America Works


Masks Still Available

Posted on August 24, 2020

The Township has a limited amount of masks to distribute. To request a  free mask please contact the Mayor’s Office at: (609)-298-2800 ext.2109.



In School Youth Program

Posted on August 17, 2020

America Works of New Jersey (AWNJ) is working with students of Burlington County ages 14-21 in our new In School Youth Program. AWNJ and Burlington County are working together to provide soft skills virtually to improve on self-esteem, career pathways, emotional intelligence and how to manage finances. Through the ISY  program, they are helping youth identify what sets them apart from everyone that they encounter and helping them prepare for life during and after school. During these times of Covid 19, it is more important for our students to understand where they stand and how to deal with their emotional, mental, and physical well-being. These programs will help youth when furthering their career, continuing their education, starting a family, and just living their best life. AWNJ and Burlington County have different activities in place to help them identify their top 5 character strengths (Gallup Assessment); how to use their talents to build a successful career, how to become emotionally intelligent and financial literacy to better manage their finances.

AWNJ and Burlington County will be having ongoing weekly webinars to go over the details of the ISY program and how students can be approved for our program. Invite students and their parents/guardians to join the call! 

Please join AWNJ on Wednesday, August 19th at 1pm on Zoom. If you have any questions or concerns, please email Darryl Jackson at or have questions ready for Wednesday's webinar.


Time: Aug 19, 2020 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting:

Meeting ID: 782 153 4736

Passcode: 9Mf73Z


Reminders From The Bordentown Township Public Works Department

Posted on July 13, 2020


Bordentown Township Tax Statement - 7/1/20

Posted on July 01, 2020

You all have received your 3rd Quarter Tax Bill from the Township Finance Office.  While this bill is labeled “Estimated”, it is indeed a real bill with payment due to the Township by August 21st with no penalty.  Please be advised of the following regarding this “Estimated” Tax Bill. 

  • Those who have their property taxes paid through your respective mortgage companies do not need to act on this bill. All mortgage companies have already been notified. 

  • The Township has not issued estimated tax bills for at least 5 years.

  • The reason for the estimated tax bill this year is that the State of New Jersey strongly recommended all municipalities issue estimated bills due to the uncertainty from COVID-19. Most, if not all, municipalities that we have communicated with are issuing estimated bills.

  • Bills were estimated 5% over the previous quarters. This is because as a municipality, we are obligated to collect and subsequently distribute all taxes for the schools, Burlington County, both fire districts, and open space in full.  Until the State settles their budget and we know for sure the tax rates and how that will affect the property tax bills, we need to account for the maximum possible increase.

  • NOTE: Because this bill is estimated “high”, we anticipate the November (4th Quarter) bill to be adjusted as well. That is, you can reasonably anticipate a lower tax bill in November.  We will not know for sure the amount until the State adopts their budget (likely October).

  • As a reminder, the municipal portion of this tax bill (and all tax bills) is less than 16%. The balance of the tax payment goes to the school district, Burlington County, Fire Districts, and open space. 

  • The Township portion of your tax bill has not increased this year, and has increased a total of approximately $5 in the past 7 years.

  • The State Budget currently does not include either the Senior Tax Freeze or the Homestead Rebate credits for 2020. Please be advised that the Township has no jurisdiction over these matters and has no authority to issue these credits locally.  We will not know if the State will forego these credit programs in 2020 until the State ultimately adopts their budget.

We understand the difficult burden property taxes have on all residents and businesses. Estimated bills such as the one you just received lends to further confusion and frustration. Please call Town Hall at 609-298-2800 for the Finance Office at extension 5479 or the Township Administrator at extension 2102 with any questions.

Thank You


July 1, 2020 Midpoint Review as required by the Fair Housing Act and N.J.S.A. 52:27D-313

Posted on July 01, 2020

Bordentown Township’s Settlement Agreement with Fair Share Housing Center (FSHC), dated June 26, 2017 and amended June 11, 2019, requires that Bordentown comply with the statutory midpoint review requirements of the Fair Housing Act (“FHA”) and specifically N.J.S.A. 52:27D-313, which provides in relevant part: “[t]he Council shall establish procedures for a realistic opportunity review at the midpoint of the certification period and shall provide for notice to the public.For the midpoint realistic opportunity review due on July 1, 2020, as required pursuant to N.J.S.A. 52:27D- 313, the Township will post on its municipal website, with a copy provided to FSHC, a status report as to its implementation of its Plan. Click here for the review.