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Welcome to the Official Website of the
Township of Long Hill

Town Hall Municipal Building Office Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Wednesday: 8:30am - 6:30pm
Friday: 8:30am - 2:30pm

Town Hall Municipal Court Hours
Monday through Thursday 8:30am to 3:30pm
Friday 8:30am to 2:30pm

Department of Public Works Hours
Monday - Thursday: 6:00am - 2:30pm
Friday: 6:00am - 11:30am


NOTICE TO BIDDERS - Request for Bids
Sale of Township Wastewater System
(posted 4/18/19)

REQUEST FOR BIDS - Long Hill Township Sale of Wastewater System (posted 4/18/19)

FREE Stroke Screening (posted 4/17/19)

2019 Budget for Introduction (posted 4/12/19)

Annual Health Screeing Scheduled for May 9th (posted 4/2/19)

Community Shred It Day! (posted 3/22/19)

Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off Events (posted 3/22/19)

Job Opportunity(posted 2/27/19)

Job Opportunity – Fire Official (posted 2/8/19)

2019 Preliminary Tax Impact (posted 12/5/18)  

New Emergency Notification Program – Alert LongHill (posted 8/6/18)

DEP Summary of TIFA (posted 6/5/18)


Sale of Wastewater System

2018 Wastewater Funding Options

LHT Capacity Assurance Report Presentation

Capacity Assurance Report Update

DEP CAP Threshold Letter

Capacity Assurance Report - Township of Long Hill Wastewater Plant and Collection System -- 2010

Township of Long Hill - Wastewater System Improvements Project -- 2013


Sanitary Utility Evaluation - February 2017

Sanitary Utility System Asset Evaluation & Capital Improvement Plan

Sanitary System Valuation Analysis - February 2017

Great Swamp Watershed Association – Letter to Editor

2010-2017 Monthly Flow Rate

2010-2017 Flow Data

Sewer Referendum Q&A Sessions at Town Hall

NJ American Water September Mailer

2018 Wastewater Funding Options


DEP/Wastewater Compliance

November 15, 2017 - DEP letter

DEP letter - Capacity Assurance Program Deadline

LHT Capacity Assurance Report Presentation

Capacity Assurance Report Update


Affordable Housing

A judge just told these 2 wealthy towns they need to build housing for the poor
Two wealthy New Jersey towns will have to plan for more than 2,200 low- and moderate-income units, according to a  court ruling that advocates say sends a strong message to municipalities resisting affordable housing. Mercer County Assignment Jud...

Fair Housing


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