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

2018 Holiday Schedule