Cranbury
Cranbury, NJ

Cranbury Township

23A N. Main Street Cranbury, NJ 08512
609-395-00900 Fax: 609-395-8861

Cranbury Township

Founded in 1872, Cranbury Township has one of the most picturesque villages in the area; a registered historic district filled with antique shops and charming homes in well-kept eighteenth and nineteenth-century buildings. Just a few miles away, Aetna Insurance and Rhodia lend a 20th-century corporate presence. Lining Route 130 are office buildings, warehouses and research facilities. Many housing choices are available, including single-family, senior residences, developments and assisted-living complexes. Cranbury is located near the New Jersey Turnpike and offers bus service to New York City. Additional bus and rail service to New York, Philadelphia and Newark is available nearby. In addition to the public Cranbury Swim Club, the town offers year-round recreational activities and a summer day-camp for children.

Mayor: James Taylor

District: 15th Congressional District - 14th Legislative District

Type of Government: Township Committee

Population: 3,227 (2000 census)

Land Area: 13.4 square miles

Housing Cost Range: $450,000 and up

Property Tax Rate: 1.603 for 2009

School District: Cranbury School District (Type II District) 609-395-1700

Public Library: Public Library 609-655-0555

Cable: Comcast 609-655-1300

Gas/Electric: PSE&G 609-921-7000

Refuse Removal: Private

Water: N.J. American Water 800-272-1325