Brush Pickup Temporarily Suspended, Playgrounds Temporarily Closed
Effective immediately, all non-essential public works tasks are suspended. Crews will respond to emergencies and public safety issues but WILL NOT be collecting brush, etc. Please do not put brush at curbside. Trash/recycling schedules are unchanged. Following guidance from the State of NJ and our health officials, all Borough playgrounds and play equipment will be closed until further notice. Please abide by the signs posted at the Hopewell park playground, and the playgrounds/basketball court at the railroad station. Parks remain open for walking, hiking, jogging and other passive uses.
Video Message from Mayor Anzano
Update 11:00AM 3/27/20 The April Planning Board meeting has been canceled. The 4/2 Borough Council meeting will be conducted electronically. Information on how to view the meeting and public participation is available here, using the “zoom” video platform.
Update 3/26/20 Revised information on Hopewell Borough services has been posted, including revised procedures for construction inspections. Additionally, the April municipal court secession has been CANCELED.
Update 4:00PM 3/23/20 Information on the State’s COVID-19 self Assessment web page and a message from the Hopewell Valley Senior Services Coordinator has been under the “Information from Hopewell Borough on the Corona Virus” heading.
Update 2:15PM 3/21/20 Governor Murphy has issued additional executive orders to combat Coronavirus. Executive Order 107 closes all non-essential brick and mortar businesses to the public, with several exceptions including the continued allowance of take out and delivery from restaurants and liquor stores, markets, medical facilities, gas stations, laundry-mats/dry-cleaners, banks, pharmacies, convenience stores and mail delivery stores. Essential retail businesses must, wherever practicable, provide pickup services outside or adjacent to their stores for goods ordered in advance online or by phone. Please read the full order here.
Update 4:45PM 3/20/20 The Hopewell Valley Regional School District has partnered with Hopewell Township, Hopewell Borough and Pennington Borough and local faith based organizations to support families and individuals in need throughout the Valley during the COVID 19 outbreak. Starting Monday March 23 the Hopewell Valley Mobile Food Pantry will be operational. Information on how to request assistance and grocery deliveries or to volunteer/donate can be found here.
Update 4:00PM 3/17/20 Emergency Declaration Order from Hopewell Borough addressing public meetings and Borough events through April 30, 2020.
Update 4:45PM 3/16/20 Hopewell Borough Declaration of Public Health Emergency (resolution 2020-47) and Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 104 providing additional mandated closures in New Jersey including all dining-in restaurants as of 8:00PM on Monday 3/16 (take-out, curbside and delivery is not affected by the restrictions)