Community Interests

Hackettstown Board of Education
Hackettstown Public Schools
315 Washington Street
Hackettstown, NJ 07840
(908) 852-2800

Hackettstown Public Library
110 Church Street
Hackettstown, New Jersey 07840
(908) 852-4936
(908) 852-7850 (fax)
Dave Krolak, Director

Hackettstown Municipal Utilities Authority (HMUA)
424 Hurley Drive
P.O. Box 450
Hackettstown, NJ 07840
Phone - 908-852-3622

Hackettstown Regional Medical Center
651 Willow Grove Street
Hackettstown, NJ 07840
(908) 852-5100 

Centenary College
400 Jefferson Street
Hackettstown, New Jersey 07840-2100
(908) 852-1400

Warren County Community College
475 Route 57 West
Washington, NJ 07882
(908) 835-9222

The Hackettstown Business Improvement District seeks to protect and improve the economic potential of each and every business that chooses to locate in Hackettstown.

By attempting to provide a clean, safe, attractive business district that meets the needs of residents, customers, owners, and employees, the Business Improvement District promotes Hackettstown as a desirable location to visit or invest.

The Hackettstown Historical Society website provides information on people, places and more relating to life in Hackettstown and the surrounding area over the past 150 years.

Preserve Historic Hackettstown, Inc. ("PHH") was established to protect, recognize, and appreciate the historic resources of the Town of Hackettstown. Our organization strives to educate and promote the principals of historic preservation.

The Hackettstown Clean Communities program is a statewide litter-abatement program created by the passage of the Clean Communities Act. The program is managed by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Department of Treasury, and Clean Communities Council. New Jersey Clean Communities at the local level involves three strategies against litter: cleanup, enforcement, and education. Civic groups, volunteer organizations, churches, and scout troops are encouraged to participate. For more information please contact Allison Hines, Clean Communities coordinator

The Hackettstown War Memorial was established in 1763. It contains remains of 29 Revolutionary War Patriots from Hackettstown (Helms' Mill Area).

Since 1989 The Hackettstown Alliance for Drug Prevention has been addressing the challenge of substance abuse in Hackettstown area citizens of all ages. The Alliance is a volunteer committee with representation from Hackettstown Public Schools, St. Mary’s School, Hackettstown Community Hospital, Hackettstown Police Department, Hackettstown PTA, St. Mary’s Home School Association, Centenary College, the Hackettstown Area Chamber of Commerce and The Star Gazette. The committee selects substance abuse programs that will provide a broad-based prevention effort in our community.