In honor of National Public Health Week, Montgomery Health Department is hosting a Town Hall meeting for its constituents in Montgomery, Hopewell Borough, and Pennington Borough.  This April 8 session is focused on improving community health.  We are listening to what matters to our residents and stakeholders.  Your feedback will help us develop a Strategic Plan so we can improve the health of our neighborhoods over the next five years.

Be part of making your hometown a healthier town!  Make your voice heard!  Your Health Department is planning for the future, to make sure we are focused on the best ways to improve the health of the neighborhoods where we live, work, and play.

Join us on Wednesday, April 8, 7:00 PM for the “Our Healthy Town” Forum, a gathering of community stakeholders.  The event will be held at the Montgomery Municipal Building, 2261 Route 206 in Belle Mead.

We want to know what you think:

Where should we focus our efforts to make our neighborhoods healthier?

  • What’s making our residents sick?  What worries you as a resident?
  • What do we value together as a community?
  • What can we do to be better prepared for the future?

Celebrate Public Health Week, and join us for this important conversation.  Healthy refreshments will be provided!  Please RSVP with your name, organization, and contact information to 908-359-8211 x 227 or

If you can’t attend, you can still participate by answering our  surveyat:


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