Washington Crossing Pennington Road Resurfacing Project

There will be no resurfacing work on Washington Crossing Pennington Road this date 4/15/2014. Traffic will be open in all directions.  On 4/16/2014 Ingleside Avenue will be closed in both directions from 9:00am to 3:30pm as part of the resurfacing project on Washington Crossing Pennington Road.

 

 

Washington Crossing Pennington Road Resurfacing Project

Today April 14th, from 9:00am till 3:30pm Scotch Road between Washington Crossing Pennington Road (CR 546) and Pennington Harbourton Road will be closed in both directions for resurfacing work.  The north bound detour should make a left turn onto Rt 546 to Bear Tavern Road (CR579) and make a right turn.  Continue north to Pennington Harbourton Road and make a right turn.  Continue east to Scotch Road and make a right turn.  The south bound detour is to take Pennington Harbourton Road west bound to Rt 579 and make a left turn onto Rt 579 and proceed south to Rt 546.  At Rt 546 make a left turn and continue east to Scotch Road and make a right turn onto Scotch Road south.

Harbourton Rocktown Road Resurfacing Project (Update)

Work on this resurfacing project has been canceled for the week of April 14th.  

Harbourton Rocktown Road between Rock Road East and Route 518 will remain open in both directions the entire week.

Updates regarding this project will be posted as information becomes available.

 

 

Washington Crossing Pennington Road (CR 546) Resurfacing Project Update  

Weather permitting; the Mercer County Department of Transportation will continue this resurfacing project on Tuesday April 8th.

Between the hours of 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM (Monday through Friday) the westbound lane of Washington Crossing Pennington Road will remain open between Ingleside Avenue and Scotch Road.

The eastbound lane of Washington Crossing Pennington Road will be closed between Scotch Road and Ingleside Avenue.

Eastbound detour from Scotch Road: make left onto Scotch Road; make right onto Pennington-Titusville Road; make right onto Route 31; follow to Route 31 Circle; to Washington Crossing – Pennington Road; End Detour.

 

 

Harbourton Rocktown Road Resurfacing Project

Beginning on or after April 1, 2014, the Township of Hopewell will begin resurfacing improvements to Harbourton Rocktown Road between Route 518 and Rock Road East.

Between the hours of 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM (Monday through Friday) the road will be closed to all traffic.

Northbound detour from Route 518: make left onto Route 518 westbound; make right onto Harbourton Mt. Airy Road;  make right onto Rock Road East; make left onto Harbourton Rocktown Road to proceed towards Route 31; End Detour.

Southbound detour from Route 31: make right onto Rock Rd East; left onto Harbourton Mt. Airy Road; left onto Route 518 eastbound; make right onto Harbourton Rocktown Road; End Detour.

This project is expected to last two weeks. 

 

Washington Crossing - Pennington Road (CR 546) Resurfacing Project

 

Beginning on or after March 24, 2014, the County of Mercer will begin resurfacing improvements to Washington Crossing - Pennington Road (CR 546) between Scotch Road and Ingleside Avenue.

Between the hours of 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM (Monday through Friday) the westbound lane of Washington Crossing Pennington Road will remain open between Ingleside Avenue and Scotch Road. The eastbound lane of Washington Crossing Pennington Road will be closed between Scotch Road and Ingleside Avenue. Eastbound detour from Scotch Road: make left onto Scotch Road; make right onto Pennington-Titusville Road; make right onto Route 31; follow to Route 31 Circle; to Washington Crossing – Pennington Road; End Detour.

This project is expected to last two weeks.  

 

 

Scam Alert:

 

PSE&G is once again urging customers to be vigilant to a telephone scam where callers threaten to shut off electric or gas service if payment is not made that day.

 

The scam, which has been reported across the country, involves payments using Green Dot MoneyPaks, and currently seems to be targeting customers in Mercer County.  (PSE&G alerted the public to a similar scam several times in 2013.)

 

 how does the scam work? 

 

  • Individuals pretending to be PSE&G employees call customers and demand that they make payment within hours using a Green Dot Money Pak, a type of pre-paid card.
  • Customers are told to purchase a Green Dot MoneyPak at a pharmacy or convenience store, use cash to put money on to the card, and then provide the number on the card to the person who called them.
  • Customers are advised that if they do not immediately call back and provide the MoneyPak information, their gas/electric service will be shut off that day.
  • Typically, after the customer provides that MoneyPak number, the scammer transfers the funds to a prepaid card, and cashes it in at an ATM.

 

 what should customers know?

 

  • Customers should be wary of callers who demand immediate payment and threaten service termination.
  • PSE&G does not accept Green Dot Money Pak cards.  PSE&G offers a variety of payments options, and would never require a customer to use one specific type of payment.
  • When PSE&G makes an outbound phone call to customers, customer-specific information is shared with the customer.  That information includes the account name, address, number and current balance.  If customers do not receive this correct information, they likely are not speaking with a PSE&G representative.
  • Any customer who has doubts about the legitimacy of a call from PSE&G — especially one in which payment is requested — should call PSE&G directly at 1-800-436-PSEG (7734).

 

  • PSE&G customers scheduled for disconnection due to nonpayment receive written notice on their bill at least 10 days in advance.  Customers who are struggling to pay their bill are encouraged to call PSE&G at 1-800-357-2262 to discuss payment options and visit pseg.com/help to learn about programs that can help.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Letter from COAH Accepting Twp Petition

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RENTALS

Apartment Building

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Contact

Website

Hopewell Gardens

55+

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Ingerman Management
(609)737-6538

http://ingerman.com/rental.php?property_id=12

Hopewell Gardens

Under 55 with disability

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Ingerman Management
(609)737-6538

http://ingerman.com/rental.php?property_id=12

Freedom Village

None, but preference for wheelchair users.

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Project Freedom
(609) 730-4825

http://www.projectfreedom.org

Click here for flyer

 

FOR SALE/RESALE

Hopewell Township’s sale units are located in the Brandon Farms and Pennington Point (ages 55 and over) developments.  They consist of one, two and three bedroom condominiums and townhouses. This program is managed for the township by Princeton Community Housing, a non-profit organization.  Available units are posted on the website:  http://www.nj.gov/njhrc/. This website provides information on lower-cost housing throughout the State of New Jersey.  For further information call 609-924-3822 or 609-737-0605, ext. 692.

State of New Jersey (COAH) Regional Income Limits
(See the Income requirements to qualify for Affordable Housing)

UNITS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE

102 Caselton Ct.
109 Caselton Ct.
110 Dunleigh Ct.
201 Caselton Ct.
202 Caselton Ct.
203 Caselton Ct.
203 Gentry Ct.
101 Dunleigh Ct.
205 Dunleigh Ct.
206 Caselton Ct.
207 Gentry Ct.
208 Gentry Ct.
208 Moore St.

 

To view additional affordable units please visit http://www.nj.gov/njhrc/

House

Further Information About Affordable Housing

The Affordable Housing Committee of Hopewell Township is pleased to provide the following information to help Township residents better understand the mandates of the Council on Affordable Housing (COAH). Plans have been made to fulfill the Township’s constitutional obligation, to provide affordable housing opportunities for low and moderate income households, in conjunction with the Affordable Housing Committee, the Planning Board, and the Township Committee.

Frequently Asked Questions:
(Many answers to frequently asked questions that pertain to the Affordable Housing requirements and the reason for actions by the Township can be found at these links to the
Pennytown purchase FAQ & Information)

State of New Jersey Council on Affordable Housing (COAH) Web site
(See the State of New Jersey’s requirements that Hopewell Township must follow)

Hopewell Township Affordable Housing Challenge
(See The Challenge COAH has presented to Hopewell Township)

Hopewell Township Housing Plan Element and Fair Share Plan
(See The Hopewell Township plan to fulfill the COAH requirements)

Sewer access, roads and available buildable land:
Availability and Access in Hopewell Township

(Check back for an overview map of Hopewell Township which includes current roads, sewer access Private or Township owned non-preserved build-able land and preserved land.)

Who qualifies for Affordable Housing in Hopewell Township:
Affordable housing candidates for Hopewell Township must qualify within the limits set by the Council on Affordable Housing. These candidates are comprised of households earning 80, 50 and 30 percent of the median income level for our region. These residents must have proof of income. Residents with disabilities and seniors requiring assisted living services also qualify and housing specific to their needs counts towards the Townships Affordable Housing numbers. COAH mandates a certain percentage of housing developed under a Fair Share Plan provide for family rental units.

Who is a typical Affordable Housing resident in Hopewell Township:
Typical examples of individuals or families in need of low or moderate housing are single mothers, health care support staff, young teachers, teacher’s aides, store clerks, administrative assistants, library assistants, retirees, and emergency services personnel including police, fire, and emergency medical technicians.

 

 
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