Located in a valley along the banks of the Musconetcong River in N/W New Jersey, USA. Founded in 1853, Hackettstown is home to Centenary College and M&M/Mars, Inc. The Town is dedicated to its citizens and to preserving the quality of life that we enjoy.

**TOWN INFO AND AGENDAS**

Hackettstown Electronics Recycling

Electronics Recycling
Electronics.pdf
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Mosquito Spraying Tonight (9/13/18)

The following areas will be sprayed: Willow Grove Street, Alumni Fields, Riverfront Park, Seber Road, East Baldwin St, Fifth Street, Hamilton Drive, Fourth Street, Third Street, Second Street and Canal Way The mosquito spraying will go on from 7:15 p.m. – 11:30 p.m. When adulticiding is determined to be an appropriate course of action, a truck mounted ULV (ultra low volume) sprayer is used that disperses a very fine mist made up of a small amount of insecticide. For more information go to: warrencountymosquito.org/adulticide.php

****West Nile Virus Information (09/10/18)****

                Protect Yourself from West Nile virus 

 

Continue to wear insect repellent when outdoors, mosquitoes infected with West Nile virus remain active despite the cooling weather. Twelve (12) new samples of mosquitoes have tested positive for West Nile virus this week.  These positive mosquito samples were collected from Allamuchy Township, Hackettstown, Hope Township, Liberty Township, and Washington Township.  The mosquitoes were collected between 8/28/18 & 8/30/18, and sent to the NJ Public Health and Environmental Lab in Trenton on Tuesday, 9/4/18.  Results were received Friday 9/7/18.

  

So far this year, a total of forty-five (45) samples of mosquitoes have tested positive in Warren County from: Allamuchy (2), Alpha (1), Belvidere (2), Franklin (5), Greenwich (1), Hackettstown (12), Harmony (4), Hope (2), Liberty (2),  Lopatcong (1), Oxford (3), Phillipsburg (4), and Washington Borough (1), Washington Township (4), and White (1).  The average number of positive mosquito samples in Warren County is between 8 and 9 per year.  Mid to late August is peak time for humans and other mammals to acquire this virus.  There are 9 confirmed human case in NJ currently and several more are pending. 

 

Treatments to reduce adult mosquito populations are ongoing throughout the County as weather and notifications allow.   Please check the Commission’s website www.warrencountymosquito.org daily for more information or call our office at (908) 453-3585


PROTECT YOURSELF!!!!!     Residents are urged to help reduce their risk of contracting mosquito-borne diseases by following these guidelines: 

 

  • Don't produce mosquitoes on your property. Dump or drain standing water. Mosquitoes can't begin their life without water.
  • Defend yourself against mosquitoes using repellents containing DEET, Picaridin, or Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus.
  • Avoid being outdoors when mosquitoes are present, typically Dawn and Dusk.
  • Report neglected swimming pools by calling 908-453-3585 or visiting www.warrencountymosquito.org  Anonymous calls accepted. Just one neglected pool can produce more than 1 million mosquitoes and affect people up to five miles away.  

GENERAL WEST NILE VIRUS INFORMATION
West Nile virus symptoms of the mild form include fever, headache, tiredness, body aches, and swollen lymph glands. While the illness can be as short as a few days, even healthy people have reported being sick for several weeks. 

 

Less than one percent of individuals (about 1 in 150 people) infected with West Nile virus will develop severe illness. The severe symptoms can include high fever, headache, neck stiffness, stupor, disorientation, coma, tremors, convulsions, muscle weakness, vision loss, numbness and paralysis. These symptoms may last several weeks, and neurological effects may be permanent. West Nile virus infection can be fatal. 

  

Updated WNV activity in the county can be found at http://www.warrencountymosquito.org/diseasesurveillance.php
Information on WNV, repellents etc. from the Centers for Disease Control at http://www.cdc.gov/features/StopMosquitoes/  
Notice of spraying to be done for adult mosquitoes in the county can be found at http://www.warrencountymosquito.org/adulticide.php 

"Settlement Agreement between the Town and Fair Share Housing Center".

Fair.PDF
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NJ League of Municipalities Article on The Town of Hackettstown

NJM January Hackettsown.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.7 MB]

HFD Recruitment

recruit1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [416.5 KB]

HFD Application Process

Application Process
HFD1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [41.5 KB]

HFD Application

Application
HFD2.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [29.8 KB]

 - 2017 Letter from Mayor DiGiovanni (Holiday's)

Season's greetings letter.docx
Microsoft Word document [3.1 KB]

***Miscellaneous  Information***

Town Code Regulating Vacant/Abandoned Properties

2017_10_05_14_42_30.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [21.9 KB]

"Click" on Image to be taken to Zoning Officers Page and then click on Town Code Regulating Vacant/Abandoned Properties  for Registration Forms, etc.

Project Medicine ​Drop

project medicine drop.docx
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Become a Court Appointed Special Advocate

Court Appointed Special Advocate
casa.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [483.8 KB]

**Senior Activities and Information**

Upcoming Senior Bus Trip - Silver Birches Germanfest (October 10, 2018)

Silver Birches Germanfest - October 10, 2018
Silver Birches Germanfest.10.10.18.pdf
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2018 Senior Bus Trips

Hershey 12/04/2018
Hershey.12.04.18.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [536.6 KB]

Assisted Living for Seniors in the Hackettstown Area

Rehabilitation and Affordable Housing Information

Rehab Brochure
131204dag_Rehab_Brochure.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [344.0 KB]
Warren County Rehab
Warren County Rehab.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [17.1 KB]

Meeting Agendas

September 25, 2018 Land Use Board Agenda
PB09_25_18AGENDA.doc
Microsoft Word document [50.0 KB]
September 27, 2018 Mayor and Council Agenda
9-27-18.docx
Microsoft Word document [2.5 KB]