Township of Readington, New Jersey

 

ABOUT READINGTON TOWNSHIP

Created by Royal Charter of King George II "Readings" Township was formed July 15, 1730. It was the first new township created after Hunterdon became a county. Containing almost forty-eight square miles, it remains the largest township in the County. Bounded on the north by the Lamington River and Rockaway Creek; east Somerset County; south, the South Branch of the Raritan River; Early settlement was mainly of Dutch origin.

Population: 16,126 (2010 Census)MAP NewJersey
Area: 47.9 square miles
Municipal Map: $4.00

Address:
The Township of Readington
Municipal Building
509 Route 523
Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889

Phone & Fax:
Phone: (908) 534-4051 * Fax: (908) 534-5909

Municipal Office Hours:
Monday through Friday: 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM

2019 Holiday Schedule