Robbinsville Township Municipal Buildings Closed to General Public; Drop Boxes Added And Message From Mayor Dave Fried

March 16, 2020

UPDATED: ROBBINSVILLE, NJ – (March 16, 2020) – The Township of Robbinsville is closely monitoring and following recommendations of the County, State, and National health organizations, as well as local Emergency Services organizations, regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

The Township will remain open and functioning, however its staff will be exercising social distance by limiting public interaction. Effective Monday, March 16, 2020, all Township facilities, including the Municipal Building located at 2298 Route 33 and the Court, will be closed to the public.

All non-essential meetings at these locations have been postponed until further notice.

Drop boxes have been placed in the rear of 2298 Route 33 for your convenience. For general mail and tax, please use the upright box. Documents for Planning and Zoning, Construction and the Clerk’s office are labeled to the left of the rear entrance doors.

Documents and applications, including fees/payments and tax payments, can also be mailed to the respective department. The use of online services is strongly encouraged. The deadline for renewing or obtaining dog licenses has been extended until further notice. For inspections, contact the construction office at (609) 259-3600 for more information.

The Mercer County Nutrition Program is still available for pick-up only at the Senior Center between the hours of 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you know senior in need of meals or other services, please call the Robbinsville Township Police Department at (609) 259-3900, or email us at
Visit and the Robbinsville Township Facebook page for all updates.

If you are a senior and are not yet signed up for the Nutrition Program, please contact Renee Burns directly at (609) 259-1567, or email her at for an application. There is generally a 3-4 day waiting period for approval. 

Please practice social distancing and good health habits during this crisis. If you are ill, contact your primary care physician or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.

We are in this together …. And we will get through it together.

Message from Robbinsville Township Mayor Dave Fried via Facebook:

Today, the State will be closing all restaurants, movie theaters and fitness centers/gyms.

Restaurants will be take-out only until further notice. Please still consider our local merchants for those services as we need to support them as best we can. Please remember the supply chain is still working quite well. There is no need to hoard food or supplies. Yes, that includes toilet paper. The shortage of toilet paper is due to over-buying, not because the virus has created a specific need.

We will be keeping all of our parks open. Try to get outside while still maintaining responsible social distances. Getting outside and spending time in the sun is a good idea and exercise is important. Stress can negatively impact all of us. The Township will continue to maintain services as best we can for as long as we can. Drop boxes for specific departments have been placed outside the Municipal Building at 2298 Route 33 for your added convenience. Online services and the USPS also are encouraged.

I am asking everyone to check on a neighbor who may be at risk or a member of our elderly population. Please continue to use good hygiene. Wash your hands, maintain safe distances and avoid unnecessary gatherings.

Please let us know if there are any specific needs that you become aware of.

Lastly, do not panic. Yes, we are navigating in uncharted waters right now. But we will get through this by working as a team, keeping or collective heads and by being good neighbors. Our “Robbinsville Bubble” is expanding, but I know we are up to the challenge.

Stay safe and God bless.