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We in Lawrence Township take great pride in our community - even online. We hope this site serves you well. Please let us know if we can do more.

We are a Sustainable Jersey™ Certified Community. See details.



  • Trash Collection - The make-up day for Wednesdays missed trash collection is Saturday, March 24.
  • Sewer Bills - Sewer bills were mailed out on March 19, 2018. To avoid any penalties, payment must be received in the Tax Collectors office by 4:30 p.m. on April 25, 2018.
  • Trenton Water Works Notice - This message from Trenton Water Works is attached in English and Spanish.
  • Important Notice Regarding Brush Pick-Up - All residents must be advised that the Department of Public Works will be collecting brush as scheduled by assigned zones. This week is Zone 1. Only those residents in Zone 1 should be putting brush in the roadway. ALL TREES, THAT ARE CUT AND CLEARED BY A PRIVATE CONTRACTOR MUST BE REMOVED BY THAT CONTRACTOR. THE TOWNSHIP IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR REMOVAL OF THIS TYPE OF BRUSH. Click here for administrative code.
  • US Route #1 Delays - Please be advised to expect delays along US Route #1 travelling southbound between Nassau Park Blvd. and Quakerbridge Mall. The start date has been delayed due to recent snow storms.
  • IRS Scam - It is Tax Season and the frequency of scams involving the IRS is on the increase. Don't become a victim, follow the recommendations from the IRS by clicking this link
  • Egg Hunt- The Third Annual Egg Hunt will be held Saturday, March 24, at 11:00 am in Central Park on Eggert Crossing Road. See flyer for more details.
  • Statewide Hydrant Flushing - Each year, New Jersey American Water scrubs our pipes in the nearly 200 communities we serve. This is an essential part of our system maintenance program, because it helps us to continue to provide you with high-quality water service.Click here for details. For the website to check the schedule click this link "Statewide Flushing Schedule".
  • Stream Cleanup - Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 14, 2018. Celebrate Earth Day with us and help us keep Colonial Lake clean! Click here for details.
  • Mother Nature Festival - Saturday, May 12, 2018, between 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. at the Lawrence Nature Center. See flyer for more details.
  • TAX INFORMATION - Lawrence Township residents can retrieve their 2017 property tax payment information by clicking this link for "Online Tax Search".
  • Trenton Water Works Announcement - Trenton Water works has lifted the water restriction. See attached announcement.
  • Dog License Renewal Notice - January was dog license renewal month. All dogs seven months and older must be licensed. Please click here for the dog licensing application. If you have any questions or need more information, please call the Clerk's Office at 609-844-7000.
  • Press Release from Mayor Bobbitt - Please see important Press Release from Lawrence Township Mayor, Christopher Bobbitt, with regard to TRENTON WATER WORKS. (January 19, 2018)
  • Flu Information - The NJ State Department of Health provides resources and information about the Flu and how to prepare for and and best avoid the illness. See information provided from the NJ State Department of Health.
  • I-95 and I-295 Redesignation - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials announced the shoulder of I-95 southbound will be closed this week for sign installation as the I-95/I-295 Redesignation Project begins in Mercer County. Click here for details or go to the NJDOT website.
  • Trenton Water Works Advisory - Lawrence Township has received a notice regarding an elevated sample of Haloacetic Acid or HAA5 in the drinking water for Trenton Water clients. At this time, per the New Jersey Division of Safe Drinking Water, no residential or business accounts require any remedial action. If this would change at any time, you will be notified by Trenton Water Works and we will also post an update on this website. Attached is an information letter from Trenton Water Works.
  • Patriotic Committee - Lawrence Township is looking for volunteers to join the Patriotic Committee. See flyer for details.
  • 2018 Municipal Calendars - The 2018 Lawrence Township Municipal calendar has been printed and is available online or can be picked up in any of the offices in the Municipal Building. THIS YEAR'S CALENDAR WILL NOT BE MAILED.
  • Boards and Committees Vacancies - Volunteers are currently needed to serve on the following Township boards and committees: Affordable Housing Board, Cable Telecommunications Advisory Committee, Construction Board of Appeals (Architect, Fire and Plumber), Historian, Historic Preservation Advisory Committee, Human Relations Advisory Committee, Municipal Alliance on Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Rent Stabilization Board and the Shade Tree Advisory Committee.
  • Road Work on Bakers Basin Road - Mercer County will begin bridge repair work on Bakers Basin Road. In preparation of this, PSE&G will be doing utility work beginning on or about Wednesday, December 20. Please click here for further information.
  • New Jersey Safe Stops - New Jersey has instituted a new "Safe Stops" initiative to make every traffic stop end safely for all those involved. This information will instruct the public about what to do and not do during a traffic stop. Please go to this link for specific information:
  • Tips to Reduce Conflicts and Encounters with Bears: Even though overall bear sightings and encounters are declining again this year, New Jersey residents, particularly those living in "bear country'' in northwest New Jersey, are advised to take a few simple precautions to reduce the risk of potential encounters. For more details see the attached flyer. Additional information can be found on the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and also a podcast they have provided.
  • Reduced 2017 Cost for Curbside Organic Collection Program!

    The 2017 cost to participate in this program has been reduced for all participants in the Curbside Organic Collection Program. For details and information on how to sign up, please click here. .

  • Lawrence Township has received Silver status as a Sustainable Jersey Certified Community. See attached notice.
  • Lawrence Township and the Lawrence Historical Society have chosen to participate in the National Park Service's Passport to your National Parks(R) program. Record your visit to Lawrence Township with special passport cancellation stamps. See attached for additional information.
  • Emerald Ash Borer Killing Ash Trees - Emerald Ash Borer has been responsible for the destruction of tens of millions of Ash trees since 2002 when it was first found in North America. It has recently been confirmed that it is now in Mercer County. It is expected that nearly 100% of untreated Ash trees in our municipality will be killed by the insect. If you wish to learn about Emerald Ash Borer, the threat to Ash trees, and what to do about it, information is available at
  • Public Health Updates
    • Project Medicine Drop-off - In partnership with local law enforcement agencies, the Division of Consumer Affairs has made it as easy as possible for you to safely and securely dispose of your unused medications. For more details see the attached flyer. To date we have collected over one ton of medication. See recent press release and detailed totals.
    • Child Passenger Safety - Please contact Lawrence Township Fire Marshal's Office at 609-844-7018 to set up an appointment or for additional information regarding this program.
  • Volunteer for Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
  • CERT educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. Using the training learned in the classroom and during exercises, CERT members can assist others in their neighborhood or workplace following an event when professional responders are not immediately available to help. CERT members also are encouraged to support emergency response agencies by taking a more active role in emergency preparedness projects in their community. For more details about becoming a CERT member please contact Jack Oakley, Director of Emergency Management or CERT Team Leader Arlene Bonville.
  • Are You Register Ready?  The New Jersey Office of Emergency Management and the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness have created “Register Ready” a registry program which assists people with special needs in the event of an emergency. 


    Individuals with special needs or their caregivers can register electronically at  You can also register by calling New Jersey’s toll- free 2-1-1 telephone service. This service will register individuals, offer free translation and provide TYY services for the hearing impaired.

  • Help is available for paying your energy bill, winterizing or conserving energy. Click for more information.


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Emergency Notification System

In an effort to provide more reliable communications with residents in the Township of Lawrence, the Department of Public Safety of the township has switched to Nixle a real-time notification program with the capability of delivering recorded warnings to the entire community, via telephone, email, and text.

See full Press Release.

All the calls you receive will have the Caller ID of Lawrence Township Police Department, 609-896-1111. If you would like to receive emergency notifications please register below.

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  • Full report of the new 2017 comprehensive inventory of Lawrence Township's natural resources, with high quality pictures is available now! (large PDF file)

Lawrence Road Service Center (Pit Stop)

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