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Mercer County is now operating an appointment-only, drive-up testing site for COVID-19 at Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrence. Your doctor must fax your prescription to the site's appointment makers. Those who show up and who do not have an appointment will not be able to be tested. If you are symptomatic and need testing you must contact your doctor who will fax a prescription to the test site. The fax number is: (609) 630-4031.

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N.J. Dept. of Health COVID-19 Dashboard updates positive-test cases by county daily. Mercer County releases no identifiers other than the number of cases seen in Mercer County. Mercer does not tally by municipality. Click here to subscribe to Mercer bulletins.

For information on COVID-19: www.mercercounty.org/covid-19.

General questions? Call: 2-1-1; Call (24/7): 1-800-962-1253; Text: NJCOVID to 898-211; Text your ZIP code to 898-211 for live text assistance.

COVID-19  Updates from Mercer County

Most Mercer County-run facilities are closed due to the COVID-19. More information here.

Mercer County Employees COVID-19 Temporary Time & Attendance Provisions

 

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Achievements & Awards

Replacement of Cranbury Road (Bridge No. 762.1) over Bear Brook, West Windsor, Mercer County, New Jersey

On March 13, 2019, the American Council of Engineering Companies [ACEC] presented the County of Mercer with the award of "Project of the Year" for the replacement of Cranbury Road Bridge No. 762.1.  This was the second award received for this project.  Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson [JMT] provided engineering design services for the replacement of Cranbury Road Bridge over Bear Brook.  The existing four-span bridge, a simply supported adjacent pre-stressed concrete voided slab beam structure, was classified as structurally deficient due to the poor condition of the substructure, as well as functionally obsolete due to inadequate deck geometry.

JMT designed a two-span continuous curved steel plate girder bridge supported by the full height abutments and hammerhead pier founded on steel H-Pile foundation.  The brown color open steel four-bar bridge railings was designed to provide drivers and pedestrians a view of the scenic area. 

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