From the Desk
of the Mayor
I am pleased that you have taken the time to explore the Milltown website. We are proud of our community and hope that this website will allow you to familiarize yourself with us, while at the same time answer any questions you might have.
Founded in the late 1800s, Milltown has grown from a Michelin Tire Company town to a borough of nearly 7,000 people, many of whom are descendants of Milltown’s founding families. Based on the 2000 census, Milltown has been declared the “center of population of the State of New Jersey.”
In this busy, congested area of New Jersey, Milltown is unique. Although we are located between two major highways, we are able to maintain the small town atmosphere that is part of its charm. We are also unique in that we have our own electric and water companies which contribute to our tax rateables and enable us to give personalized and prompt service.
Although we have no high school, we have an outstanding K-8 school system and we are fortunate to be under contract with Spotswood, enabling us to send our students to that blue ribbon high school.
Because of our small size of 1.6 square miles, our growth is limited. We are almost fully developed. We are optimistic, however, about plans to redevelop the old Michelin Tire Company site, located in the heart of the town. Our Redevelopment Agency continues to explore the best possible uses for the property – uses that will enhance the area and provide rateables.
Our clean, safe, small town atmosphere, coupled with outstanding borough services, diversified recreation programs, numerous senior citizen activities and active businesses, makes Milltown a desirable place in which to live. If you have any questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Entrances to Municipal Building
Main Entrance – Located in front of building (Washington Avenue side). Open 8:30-4:30 Monday through Friday and at night for Borough Council Meetings.
Police Department – Located on the side of building (facing parking lot), open at all times.
Drop Box – For utility payments, etc..
is located on your left as you enter through the Police Department entrance
Emergency Phone Numbers
911 for emergencies
39 Washington Avenue
Police Chief: Brian Knelle
911 for emergencies
39 Washington Avenue
Fire Chief: Steven Bailey
Vehicles must be removed from the streets when snowfall begins in order to properly plow. Failure to do so will subject the violator to a summons and vehicle tow.
The following locations may be used for parking in a snow emergency: Milltown Library, Albert Avenue Park, Borough Hall, Borough Park, Senior Center & Michelin Field parking lots.
Primary roads will be plowed first, followed by side streets. Snow removal begins after 3″ of snow has fallen.
Residents and business owners must remove snow and ice from walkways within 24 hours of the end of the storm. It is the law to remove ice and snow from your vehicles prior to operating them.
Don’t Speed In Milltown!
Summer Business Hours
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
8:00 AM - 12 Noon
Next Borough Council Meeting
Monday, September 18th 2017
Milltown Code Book
Link to Site
The Council Corner
On behalf of the Milltown Borough Council, we would like to welcome you to our website and encourage you to look upon this site as a valuable resource for information about your community and your local government.
One of our goals as your Borough Council is to anticipate the needs of our community and initiate projects and programs accordingly. Another goal is to be responsive to all the members of our community. We receive calls and e-mails from residents asking for guidance on many matters, large and small.
All of the members of the Borough Council encourage you to continue contacting us whenever you need assistance.
Environmental, Health & Social Services
Finance, Planning & Administration
Parks & Recreation
Public Works & Recycling
Office hours, permit requirements, penalties and fines, plus more.
Municipal Court information.
Borough email addresses and links of interest.
Special notices, leaf collection, garbage pick-up schedule, animal control, holiday schedule and more.
Check out all the events and activities that are happening around town.
Promotes community pride by completing beautification projects funded by grants, organizing the annual Pride in Milltown Day, and by supporting the efforts of other Borough groups and citizens working to enhance the community.
Recognizes that shade trees are an asset to the community, improve the quality of life of its residents, and contribute toward a better environment. To obtain these benefits requires proper tree care, maintenance, removal and replacement. Our primary goals are to care for the existing trees in our community and to continue to plant and/or replant trees throughout Milltown.
Download Voter Registration forms, Absentee Ballots, Notice of Transfer and more. Plus, learn about other programs.
Borough of Milltown Municipal Alliance
The Milltown Municipal Alliance Committee works with the police, schools, community groups and businesses to provide community members with quality programs which educate our citizens about drug, alcohol and tobacco abuse and misuse. Part of this mission is to also provide a coordinated approach to advocacy, collaboration and education to promote wellness among all age groups and to keep individuals and families healthy and safe.
The Milltown Municipal Alliance Committee is a coalition of citizens from the business, church and school community as well as members of local organizations. Alliance members work together to develop, plan, and implement programs and activities, which will assist in the prevention of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs (ATOD).
The Alliance receives funding from several sources including the State of New Jersey, through Drug Education Demand Reduction (DEDR) funds, the Borough of Milltown and local donations from businesses and private citizens.
The State of New Jersey provides half of the funding from the Alliance through a grant from the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse. The Borough of Milltown matches the grant through 25% cash match and 75% as an In-Kind (goods and services) donation.
Meetings are open to the public.
Middlesex County Traffic Safety Website
Report A Problem, A Pothole & Much More