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How You Can Help Hurricane Harvey Victims?

 

  • The Red Cross depends on financial donations to help provide immediate relief. Text the word HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation. You can also visit Red Cross Website or call 1-855-999-GIVE.
  • The United Way has also announced a way to text a donation: Text UWFLOOD to 41444 to donate to the United Way Flood Relief Fund.
  • Donations to support The Salvation Army's Hurricane Harvey relief efforts can be made through their website or by calling 1-800-SAL-ARMY.

Give cash, not supplies
Most charities prefer monetary donations. These are more flexible and cause less of a strain on the charity, allowing them to help more people.

Our Towns

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Mercer County consists of 12 vibrant municipalities that all have unique attractions and amenities. You will find three boroughs, eight townships and our Capital City, Trenton, all within the region. 

Mercer County features two of the most populated communities in the State of New Jersey –Trenton and Hamilton. Trenton, noted for its unique role in the American and Industrial Revolutions, sits on the banks of the Delaware River. The city features four distinct wards with many neighborhoods. The housing stock resounds with distinct architecture and new urban residential spaces that were once industrial buildings. It also boasts a burgeoning arts community and entertainment pieces like Arm & Hammer Park (home of the New Yankees affiliate, the Trenton Thunder) and the Sun National Bank Center Arena. 

In contrast, quaint boroughs such as Pennington, Hightstown and Hopewell are recognized as small town centers with unique and relaxing charm.  All of them feature a main street full of local establishments. 

Hopewell Township offers open spaces on the foothills of the Sourland Mountains while Ewing, Hamilton, Lawrence, Robbinsville, East Windsor and West Windsor are attractive suburban communities with excellent shopping areas, commercial parks and recreational spaces.   

Finally, Princeton, a town that is internationally recognized for its outstanding Princeton University, is also a picturesque community of charming shops and restaurants and quaint neighborhoods.  Similar to Trenton, Princeton has played a unique and prominent historic role in the making of our country.

Mercer County’s 12 municipalities are the perfect mix of city, suburban and rural life.

For more information on our municipalities, please click on the appropriate link below.