Ewing Township

2 Jake Garzio Drive Ewing, NJ 08628
609-883-2900 Fax: 609-771-0480

Ewing Township was settled by Thomas Hutchinson in 1679. Trenton (Ewing) Township was formed by an Act of the New Jersey State Legislature in 1834, and the name was changed from Trenton Township to Ewing in honor of Charles Ewing, late Chief Justice of New Jersey. The earliest known inhabitants of the area were the Lenni Lenape Indians who hunted and fished along the banks of the Delaware River, and the Township's many creeks that transect the land. Ewing Township is a diversified community of residents with an economy strongly rooted in government, commercial development and education. Ewing Township is a transportation corridor through which the vital components of air, rail and land afford easy accessibility to major markets. The township now has many parks that are ideal for hiking, taking an evening stroll, or going for a bike ride with the family. In addition, Ewing township has historic sites with available tours such as The Benjamin Temple House and the William Green House In addition, adults can enjoy craft beer at River Horse Brewing Company in Ewing. For more sites about Ewing, click here.

Mayor: Bert Steinmann

District: 12th Congressional District,15th Legislative District

Type of Government: Mayor-Council

Population: Approx. 36,000

Land Area: 15.7 square miles

Housing Cost Range: $90,000 - $475,000

Property Tax Rate: 4.26

School District: Ewing School System 609-771-1300

Public Schools: Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle, High School

Public Library: Mercer County Library 609-882-3130; Hallowbrook Library 609-883-5914

Cable: Comcast 609-394-2288

Gas/Electric: PSE&G 609-396-4011

Refuse Removal: Public 609-882-3289

Water: Trenton Water Works 609-989-3223