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Public Works is having a SHREDDING ONLY EVENT on Saturday, October 14, 2017 from 8am-12pm or until the truck fills up. Click here for flyer. (posted 9/19/17)

Garbage collection is back on our Winter Schedule and will be collected once per week starting the week of September 11, 2017.

PRESS RELEASE Mayor announces Street Smart NJ pedestrian safety education campaign in West Windsor.  Kick-off is Tuesday, September 12.

18th Carnegie Center 5K and One Mile Fun Run for The Parkinson Alliance on Saturday, September 23rd, from 7:30 AM until 11:30 AM at 101 Carnegie Center Drive in West Windsor, NJ 08540. Click here for more information.
(posted 8/14/17)

Human Relations Council Presents a Celebration of:
U.N. International Peace Day - Free Event
Saturday, September 23rd from 2:00-4:00
West Windsor Senior Center, 271 Clarksville Road
Click here for International Peace Day Flyer.
Click here for International Peace Day Program Guide.

West Windsor Senior Center will be hosting a Senior Resource Fair on Monday, September 25, 2017 from 11 am to 1 pm, for more information click here.

Resurfacing of Edinburg Road between Village Road and Conover Road to begin Tuesday, September 5th, Weather Permitting - Click here for more information.
(posted 9/1/17)

Flu Clinics Schedule (posted 8/23/17)

Cranbury Road (CR615) Extended Bridge Closure - On or About Monday, August 21st for Reconstruction

(posted 8/14/17)

TRAFFIC ADVISORY – Princeton-Hightstown Road (CR 571) and Clarksville Road (CR 638) – New Traffic Patterns On or About August 4th (posted 8/3/17)

Princeton Area – US Route 206 Bridges over Stony Brook Closures – Thursday, July 6th (posted 7/3/17)

2017 Hurricane Preparedness Information

Hurricane Information Page
Planning and Preparing for a Hurricane (posted 6/5/17)

The Department of Public Works is now collecting yard waste. The schedule for 2017 is as follows:

Zone 1 will be picked up on the first Monday of month,
Zone 2 will be picked up on the second Monday of the month, Zone 3 will be picked up on the third Monday of the month, Zone 4 will be picked up on the fourth Monday of the month. 

*All brush and yard waste must be out by 7:00am on the first day of the collection week, but no earlier than one week prior to a scheduled/announced collection.
Click here for the zone map.

For more information please check the website or call the Public Works Department at (609) 799-8370. (posted 3/6/17)

What Happened to My Street Tree?” Resident Advisory Regarding Removal of Ash Street Trees As Part of Current and Future Projects (posted 2/27/17)

Two Ash Tree Removal and Management Projects  to Begin in March - Canal Pointe Boulevard and Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park (posted 2/24/17)

Mayor Hsueh Not Seeking Re-election…click here
(posted 2/23/17)



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West Windsor Senior Center

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Senior Programs Listing

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Free Eye Screenings Scheduled for October 3, 2017

Flu Clinics Schedule

Influenza Vaccination Application

Seasonal Flu Clinic Update

The vaccination options available to residents at the Senior Center Clinics will be expanded this year. The Health Department will continue to conduct the traditional clinics offering quadrivalent influenza vaccinations to residents 55 years of age and older.  There is no out of pocket costs for attending these clinics.

Newly added in 2017, the Township is partnering with Rite Aid Pharmacy to offer an additional option for individuals 65 years of age and older.   Flu vaccines, such as high-dose and FLUAD, have been developed and approved for persons over 65 years of age and are intended to provide a stronger immune response to individuals at greater risk for serious complications from the flu.  Pneumococcal vaccines will also be offered and are recommended for those 65 years or older.  There is a cost associated with these services which will be billed directly through Rite Aid Pharmacy to your insurance carrier.  Individuals without insurance coverage can opt to attend this clinic and pay out-of-pocket for the service.  Please be sure to pre-register early for this clinic to ensure that your vaccine of choice is available and to allow time for pre-approval of your insurance coverage. Rite Aid can be contacted at 609-799-4114, press #3.

All clinics will be hosted at the Senior Center.  Please consult with your primary physicians for recommendations regarding which vaccines are best for you. Clinic flyers are enclosed and additional information is posted to the Seniors tab on the Township website at 




Upcoming Events and Hot Topics

Free Eye Screenings Scheduled for October 3, 2017

Narcan Training – September  

Cancer: Thriving and Striving (CTS) Program*

Have You Had The Conversation?
The New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute is sponsoring a community film screening and discussion on “The Bucket List” to highlight the importance of discussing your end-of-life wishes with friends, family, and your doctors.

Smoking Cessation Assistance

Zika Virus – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issues travel warnings for pregnant women and women trying to get pregnant.   For details, please visit the CDC website, speak with your physician or call the Health Department at 609-936-8400.  Going to the American Tropics?
Click here for the flyer (posted 1/29/16)

Narcan Training

Safe, Secure Medication Drop Boxes – Mercer County

Public Health Notice - Zika Virus (2/19/16)

Fact Sheet on Lead in Drinking Water

Is Your Home a Healthy Home? – Free Assessments

Keeping Private Well Water Safe

Preparedness Tips

Prevent Lead Poisoning. Get your home tested. Get your child tested. Get the facts! Click here…

NJ Connect For Recovery

Greater Mercer Public Health Partnership (Upcoming Events)

West Windsor –Plainsboro Municipal Alliance - Creating Healthy and Safe Communities




JCP&L Summer Storms – Poles and Posters Don’t Mix 05/17 (posted 5/23/17)

Engineering Projects

Do you have Ash trees in peril on your property?
(posted 6/20/16)

JCP&L Topic of the Month: Enhanced 24/7 Power Center & MyTown Municipal Web Pages (posted 8/24/15)

West Windsor Climate Action – What’s Our Plan ?

Municipalities Serviced by PSE&G:  New Jersey Residents who need help paying their Utility Bills should Qualify for Assistance from any Program by calling 1-800-510-3102
(Posted 3/11/15)

West Windsor Recreational Information

West Windsor Police Department Designated Location - Project Medicine Drop County-Wide pdf



West Windsor - Sustainable Silver Award

American Legion Centennial Memorial

Emerald Ash Borer Info

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West Windsor, NJ - Bicycle Friendly Community Award

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