November Newsletter

Welcome to the November edition of the Bordentown Township Banner! Our goal is to keep residents, friends and neighbors informed about the latest Township news and events.


Leaf Collection - Beginning Friday, November 1

Bordentown Township Public Works will begin leaf collection on Friday, November 1 in the north end of town and then will work their way south. Here are some guidelines regarding curbing your leaves:

  • Do not pile leaves any closer than 10 feet from storm drains.
  • Do not curb your leaves more than one week in advance of leaf pickup.
  • The leaf crew is unable to pick up branches, twigs or leaves in bags or containers. Bagged leaves may be dropped off at the Public Works Garage on Crosswicks Rd. 
  • Grass may be mixed with the loose-leaf pile.

For more information on the November Leaf Collection, please click here.


Christmas In November - Saturday, November 2

If you are a New Jersey Army, Air National Guard, veteran or military family in need, please join us for the Christmas in November event taking place Saturday, November 2 from 11:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Joint Military Family Assistance Center. Household goods, clothes, furniture and more will be available. This event is sponsored by the Township of Bordentown Veterans Advisory Committee and Bordentown Bagels.

View The flyer.


Election Day - Tuesday, November 5

Remember to get out to the polls and vote! Election Day is Tuesday, November 5. For information on voter registration, elections, and district voting locations, visit here.


Community Outreach Event - Wednesday, November 6

Join Bordentown Township for a Community Outreach Event benefitting the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK). You can help by wrapping utensils to be donated, as well as donating needed items. The event takes place Wednesday, November 6 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Peter Muschal Elementary School and is open to everyone.

View the flyer.


Veterans Day - Saturday, November 9

Honor Veterans Day this year on Saturday, November 9 at 11 a.m. at Bordentown Township’s Senior Community Center.


Luyber Reforestation Project

In order to compensate for lost trees in our Township, it is required that developers replace the trees by planting new, similar sized trees, or by contributing to the Township’s “Tree Fund.” The fund is now being used to reforest the Luyber Property with approximately 1,900 new native trees. This reforestation will have a significant impact on the storm water management, air cleanliness, and overall quality of life for surrounding neighborhoods and municipality. The area will be protected from deer by fencing and will be maintained for a two-year period to ensure the health and establishment of the forested area. The current walking path will remain, and an additional portion of path will be constructed in the future.


PSE&G to Lower Residential Gas Bills

Public Service Electric and Gas Co. (PSE&G) is reducing residential gas bills this fall, just in time for the upcoming winter heating season. Read the full release for details, here.


Partnering with the U.S. Census 2020

The Township is partnering with the U.S. Census Bureau to support the 2020 Census. Bordentown Township will be working to ensure that our community is accurately represented. Click here to learn about the upcoming census.


If you Spot Spotted Lanternflies

In the fall, Spotted Lanternflies will lay egg masses with 30-50 eggs each. Keep this pest from spreading and report any sightings to
SLF-plantindustry@ag.nj.gov
to help stop the spread of these destructive pests.

View the flyer.


BTPD No Knock Sticker Reminder

Be free from door-to-door solicitors. Display your official “No Knock” sticker issued by the Bordentown Township Police Department – signifying not to be disturbed. This sticker must be placed prominently on the residents’ outer most front doors. Pick up a fee sticker by visiting the Police Department Records Bureau or the Township Clerk’s Office Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. with a New Jersey Driver’s License, tax bill or another suitable proof of residency. View the letter.

No Knock Sticker


October Recap

Bordentown Townships 1st Annual Fall Festival

Bordentown Township and Bordentown City hosted the First Annual Fall Festival on October 12. Thanks to all of our community partners and residents for making this event such a great success!

See more 2019 Fall Festival photos at our online gallery, here.


BTPD Went Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

The Bordentown Township Police Department supported National Breast Cancer Awareness Month by “going pink” in October. Bordentown Township officers wore pink BTPD patches on their uniforms to encourage conversation within the community and raise public awareness about the importance of early detection and the on-going fight against Breast Cancer. The police department’s charity fund supported this initiative with a $1,000 donation to the Susan G. Komen Foundation of Central and South Jersey.


Michelle Augustino Celebrates 30 Years with BTPD

The Bordentown Township Police Department celebrated Michelle Augustino’s 30th year anniversary with the Bordentown Township Police Department. The township and police department appreciate your continued service and devotion. See more images, here.

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