2298 Route 33 Robbinsville, NJ 08691
609-918-0002 fax: 609-918-1442
Situated in the southeast corner of Mercer County, Robbinsville Township is a 20.7 square mile community with a population of 10,000 located approximately midway between New York City and Philadelphia.The Township of Robbinsville was founded in 1859 when it separated from East Windsor Township. It soon became known as a commercial hub for many companies and still remains so today. Its proximity to Trenton, Philadelphia, New York and other employment centers has triggered a development boom since the early 1980s. Restaurants, retail shopping, the historic town of Windsor, and a winery can all be found in Robbinsville. In addition, the township has various recreational spaces, including the Town Center Lake Gazebo which hosts a summer concert series. Spend a day with the family at Oasis Family Farm or at shopping centers in the Robbinsville area. For more information about fun things to do in Robbinsville, click here.
Mayor: David Fried
Legislative District: State 30, Federal 4
Type of Government: Mayor - Council
Housing Cost Range: $50,000 - $800,000
Property Tax Rate: $2.078/$100
School District: Robbinsville Township
Public Schools: Robbinsville High School, Sharon Elementary School, Pond Road Middle School, Windsor School
Private Schools: None
Public Library: Mercer County Library Robbinsville Township Branch 609-259-2150
Cable Company: Cablevision 609-586-6788/586-2288
Gas/Electric: Public Service and Electric Company (PSE&G) 609-396-4011 & General Public Utilities Company (GPU) 800-662-3115
Refuse Removal: Township Public Division 609-259-0422
Water: Aqua NJ Water Company 609-587-8222
DeLorenzo’s Tomato Pies
2350 Route 33 Town Center, Robbinsville NJ 08691
World renown pizza established in 1947 and consistently among the top 50 in the country.
Robbinsville Field House
153 W Manor Way, Robbinsville, NJ 08691
Indoor athletic complex features over 60,000 square feet of playing space and three full-sized athletic fields.
“The Dough Boy”
Intersection of Route 33 and Route 523, Robbinsville, NJ 08691
The 17-foot war memorial statue stands atop a 10-foot tall, square pedestal inscribed with the names of men from then-Washington Township who served in World War I and World War II. The statue was unveiled on October 16, 1920.
Amazon Fulfillment Center
50 New Canton Way, Robbinsville, NJ 08691
One of the world’s largest and most productive fulfillment centers at more than 1 million square feet opened in 2014.
Papa’s Tomato Pies
19 Robbinsville-Allentown Road (Main Street), Robbinsville, NJ 08691
Established in 1912, Papa’s is the nation’s oldest family-owned pizzeria.
Robbinsville Township Municipal Building
2298 Route 33, Robbinsville, NJ 08691
The 15,000 square foot facility, opened in October of 2016, is a veritable one-stop shop for residents and features a Township Council chamber and ample meeting space.
The Gazebo at West Town Center Lake
Located behind Union Street, Robbinsville, NJ 08691
The highly useful and often-visited Gazebo and lake features a 1-mile walking path. The gazebo is host to Robbinsville’s Summer Concert Series, the Father’s Day Fishing Derby and is a favorite location for weddings.
Hampton Inn & Suites Hotel
153 West Manor Way, Robbinsville, NJ 08691
An inviting and modern hotel close to both Interstate 195 and the New Jersey Turnpike. Six Flags Great Adventure, Hurricane Harbor & Safari are only ten minutes from the hotel.
Robbinsville Township Park System
Consisting of Community Park, Tantum Park (featuring the Tomm May Nature Trail), Foxmoor Community Park, Skate Park and Blakely Park, Robbinsville offers an abundance of playing fields and activity options for recreation leagues and residents alike.
The “Little Red School House” & The Robbins House
Little Red Schoolhouse: 42 Robbinsville-Allentown Road (Folsom Way)
Robbins House: 245 Windsor Road, Windsor, NJ
Officially known as Union School 45, the historic “Little Red Schoolhouse” is the last-remaining of six one-room schoolhouses that served to educate the township’s rural farming population from the mid-1800s to 1916.
The Robbins House is situated on 23 acres of preserved open space and is one of the few surviving brick farmhouses in Mercer County. The house, now used for recreational and nonprofit activities, dates back to the early 19th century.
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