We hope that you will find this a useful resource for all things Greenwich Township has to offer. As the site continues to grow, you will find committee notes, local ordinances and a variety of forms related to our community.
Christmas Tree Disposal
Free Natural Christmas Tree Disposal – Our Environmental Commission will be providing a free disposal for your Natural Christmas Tree in January this year. Starting on Saturday January 4th at 9:00 – 12:00 noon and Saturday January 11th 9:00 – 12:00. Remove all ornaments, real trees only. Disposal will be at the back of the Municipal building.
This is a great way to provide a free service to our community and a great way to provide natural mulch for walkways and evergreens in our town’s park. So, please bring your used Christmas tree to us for free disposal!
Brought to you by your Environmental Commission, Department of Public Works, your Recycling Coordinator and the Greenwich Township Committee
Stewartsville Seniors To Provide Nutrition Center
Starting in January the Stewartsville Area Seniors will become a County Nutrition center for seniors 60 & over who would like to have a hot lunch. The Senior meeting is on the 4th Monday of the Month at 12:00 noon. If you would like to participate in the lunch program you need to contact Ann Stone (908-859-2104) no later than
The Wednesday prior to the meeting to be added to the count for that meeting. There is a voluntary donation of $3.00 to defray the cost of the program. There will also be a Sit & Fit exorcise program (Zumba Gold) at the Meeting.
2012 Township Audit Report
Fair And Open Process
The 2013 Fair and Open Process Advertisement document is now available.
The December 12th Board of Adjustment meeting is cancelled.
Big Brothers - Big Sisters of Hunterdon, Somerset & Warren counties is in need of volunteers (especially males). We have children waiting to be matched with a Big Brother or Big Sister… To be a volunteer you don’t need any special skills- just the ability to listen, offer friendship, guidance & encouragement to a child. More details in their flyer.
The 2013 Greenwich Township budget was introduced at the Township Committee meeting on 6/20/13. For more information on the budget please see Greenwich 2013 Into Budget and Greenwich Budget Advertisement documents.
Township Committee Meetings Video Available
Township Committee meetings are now being recorded on video. To access and view these videos please go here: http://www.youtube.com/greenwichtwp
Notice of Tax Sale
Notice of Sales of Property for Non-Payment of Taxes, Assessments and Other Municipal Liens is available here.
Important Information Regarding Pohatcong Valley Groundwater Remediation
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is providing this Community Update to keep you informed of EPA's planned cleanup and plans to address contaminated groundwater in the area. The updates can be found here.
Important Information For Veterans - Please Read
The Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program aims to keep veteran families from losing their homes. For more information please go here.
Tax and Utility Lookup Now Online
Greenwich Township residents now have the ability to lookup their tax and utility payments online. This will display your last payment date, outstanding balances and recent billings. To access this lookup, please click here.
Popular township forms are available on the news forms page.
Zoning Officer Office Hours
Dave Barretto will be at the Municipal building every Tuesday (except if there is a 5th Tuesday in a month)
Greenwich Township Code Online
The Township Clerk has announced that the Greenwich Township Code is now available on the Internet. Township residents have unlimited electronic access to the codified Township ordinances. More information is available in the complete press release. the feature can be accessed from our Community Resources page.
Stewartsville is a small town of approximately 5,229 residents.
Greenwich was incorporated in 1738 and is one of Warren County's oldest townships. The area was first settled in the late 17th century by pioneers who began farming along Pohatcong Creek.