Water Pressure Levels Fully Restored In Robbinsville, Schools And Businesses Reopen

June 4, 2023-Update

5:00 p.m. Update – Sunday, June 4

Water pressure is fully restored for all Aqua New Jersey Mercer County  (Hamilton, Hamilton Square, Robbinsville and Chesterfield) customers impacted by a well pump malfunction in Robbinsville.

Our team worked around the clock to fix the pump and restore water pressure, coordinating closely with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to ensure the safety of our water at all times. 

We apologize for the inconvenience and thank our customers for their patience and helping to support the system’s recovery through water conservation efforts.  

Dear Robbinsville Community,

The Robbinsville Public Schools will be open tomorrow, Monday, June 5 on a regular schedule. Water pressure is at sufficient levels at all three schools. Therefore, all schools will be open tomorrow on a regular schedule. RED will also operate on the regular schedule.

Brian J. Betze


June 4, 2023 Afternoon Update:

Robbinsville Township says that both Amazon and CJ-TMI dumpling factory at 2 Applegate are expected to resume operations this afternoon (Sunday, June 4, 2023). Fire hydrants within the Township have also been tested and are getting back to full PSI. Schools update re: tomorrow is expected from Brian Betze at some point today.

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (MERCER)–Aqua informed the Robbinsville Township Office of Emergency Management this morning that water pressure levels are steadily increasing throughout the impacted areas of the Township. Aqua officials confirm the water has been constantly tested and is safe to consume.
Pressures were severely compromised by a pump/well maintenance failure Thursday. 
The Robbinsville School District is in the process of checking the pressure at its three schools. Superintendent Brian Betze will provide a separate update regarding Monday’s opening status.
Should water pressure levels continue to rise and return to normal levels, the OEM will lift the current State of Emergency, which includes all water conservation measures implemented on Friday.
Aqua NJ and the Township thank you for your patience.    

Monitor pressure levels in your homes/businesses and please continue to conserve water whenever possible until the State of Emergency is lifted.