News & Notices
Community Shred Day:  Franklin Township is hosting a community shred day on Saturday, May 7th from 8am -12pm at the DPW, 85 Locust Grove Road.  A safe and secure way of disposing of all of your old bills, documents and other papers. 
Franklin Township Senior Meetings are once again being held at the Quakertown Fire Company. 
Well Water Testing 2016
Attention Residents please consider offering your support for the Faust family that experienced an horrible tragedy last week.  Click on the link to help
Spring Fishing Tournament - The Fishing Derby has been rescheduled for Saturday May 7th due to the rain.
Franklin Township Summer Recreation
Program Counselors in training needed
Franklin Township will no longer be accepting electronics waste (TV’s, computers, monitors, printers, etc.) at our recycling center after the first of the year.  Residents can take their electronics to the Hunterdon County Collection days on April 9th and October 8th 2016.  If you have any questions please call Hunterdon County at 908-788-1110.  We apologize for any inconvenience.
We are pleased to announce that we have installed a drop box outside of the municipal building for the convenience of our residents and other customers. 
The drop box may be used for dropping off tax payments and other documents.  Please do not put any cash payments in the drop box.
Upcoming free rabies clinics in Hunterdon County: http://www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/health/rabiesclinics.html
Continuing Topics of Interest
Phone scams continue at high levels throughout the nation. Be aware and stay educated to protect yourself. IRS Site Info   -   FBI Fraud Info
Community Board
  Quakertown Fire Company to host Easter Flower Sale



Resident Advisories

Lt. Tim Snyder would like to advise the residents that there have been several burglaries in the area and to remind residents to be diligent by locking doors, windows, and activating alarms in their residences. Also, to contact the police department at 908-782-9594 to report any suspicious vehicles or persons.


Lt. Tim Snyder would like to advise the residents of a treasury department phone scam. Reminding residents not to give out their personal information.

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