Milling and Resurfacing of Pennington-Hopewell Road

On or about Wednesday April 22, 2015, Mercer County DOT will begin a milling and resurfacing project along Pennington-Hopewell Road (County Route 654) between Marshall’s Corner-Woodsville Road and  Moores Mill-Mount Rose Road.

During construction, between the hours of 9:00 AM and 3:30 PM on weekdays, eastbound traffic along Pennington-Hopewell Road will be closed to through traffic. Motorists will be directed to Route 31 North and then right onto Lambertville-Hopewell Road (County Route 518) back to Pennington-Hopewell Road.

Westbound traffic along Pennington-Hopewell Road will remain open to traffic.

This project is scheduled to last at least two weeks.  



Bull Run Road Repair Work

 On or about Wednesday April 22, 2015, the Richard T. Barrett Paving Company, on behalf of Ewing Township, will be working on repairing Bull Run Road.

There will be some delays at times.

Motorists are asked not to park on the street during construction.



Wilfred Avenue Construction Work

Wilfred Avenue is closed to through traffic while under construction but passable at all times to emergency services, school buses, garbage trucks, residents and USPS. 


Road Closure Announcement         Pennington Titusville Road     

The Mercer County Department of Transportation began work on Monday February 23, 2015 replacing the Pennington-Titusville Road Bridge which crosses over Jacobs Creek.

Pennington-Titusville Road between Scotch Road and Bear Tavern Road will be closed to traffic at the bridge during this construction period which is scheduled to last six months.

The eastbound detour route will be Bear Tavern Road S/B to Washington Crossing Pennington Road E/B to Scotch Road N/B.

The westbound detour will be Scotch Road S/B to Washington Crossing Pennington Road W/B to Bear Tavern Road N/B.

Motorists should plan alternate routes during this construction period.


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Contact Us

Tax Assessor's Office

Tax Assessor: Deborah Fox

(located in the Public Works Building)
737-0607 ext. 624, 648, & 622
fax - 737-2813

Property tax deductions available to residents. (click here)


ALL Taxpayers in Mercer County have the right to file tax appeals with the County Board of Taxation, regardless of the amount of their assessment.

Those properties with assessments greater than $1,000,000.00, have the option of appealing either with the County Board of Taxation or filing directly to the State Tax Court of New Jersey.

Petitions to either the County Board of Taxation or directly to the State Tax Court must be filed and received on or before April 1, 2015.

Any questions regarding tax appeals should be directed to the Mercer County Board of Taxation at (609) 989-6704.


Reminder to all farmland assessed properties in Hopewell Township – Farmland applications for 2016 are due in the Assessor’s Office on or before August 1, 2015.  The Assessor’s Office is located in the Public Works Building at 203 Washington Crossing Pennington Rd.  If the farmland applications are not received in a timely manner, the properties will be denied farmland assessment for 2016

2015 Farmland Regulations:

·  The Income Threshold for farmland will now be $1,000 for the first 5 acres. (excluding Woodland which will remain at $500 for the first 5 acres)

·   Properties with less than 7 acres must submit a descriptive narrative of the agriculture/horticultural activity.
 If you any questions about the new farmland assessment regulations please do not hesitate to contact our office.

Senior & Veteran Deductions

Applications for Senior and Veteran deductions are available in the Assessor’s Office.  Totally disabled veterans, if qualified, are entitled to real property tax exemptions.  Forms are also available in the Collector’s office.          

Property Tax Assessment in New Jersey

NJ has an ad valorem based tax system which means that property tax assessment is based on the market value of your property. 

How Property is Valued for Property Tax Purposes Brochure PDF

NJ Property Tax Records Click here Free registration is required, after which you can use the Mod IV tab to review your information.


If you go to the web site of the State of NJ division of taxation when it opens  at the left click on Local Property Tax then click on Local property tax forms  then click on under forms A-1 Petition of appeal. You will need four copies: 1 for the county , 1 for the assessor’s office, 1 for the township clerk, and one for your records.

Things to Remember about the Appeal Process

  • property owners have the right to file an appeal each year
  • You must prove that you would not be able to sell your house for its current assessed value by providing comparable sales
  • Comparable sales are sales of similar homes that were listed on the open market, have sold within the appropriate time period and are not subject to any extenuating circumstances like duress, a sale between family members, estate sales etc.
  • You cannot compare assessments as a basis for appeal

Please Contact the Collector for questions regarding tax bills and taxes paid.

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