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Plainsboro Township Public Notices

Posted on: March 18, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Coronavirus/COVID-19 Bulletin Board

All three vaccines currently available are safe and effective in preventing severe illness and death when administered as directed. Unless otherwise directed by your healthcare provider, there is no need to “shop around” for a specific vaccine and residents should take the first vaccine available to them.

Vaccines are readily available at the locations listed below:


Penn Medicine Princeton Health in Plainsboro is pleased to be a New Jersey State vaccination point of delivery.  Click the graphic above to visit their site.CVS is currently offering vaccinations in New Jersey.  Click the graphic above to visit their site.
Plainsboro Pharmacy is offering COVID-19 testing as well as walk-in or scheduled vaccinations seven days per week.  
The State of New Jersey has launched a site to register for a vaccine, locate testing facilities, answer questions about restrictions for travel/social gatherings and more. Click the graphic above to visit the site.

The State of New Jersey has launched an online appointment finder at  Middlesex County is offering vaccinations for eligible priority group individuals in the county. To see if you are eligible and for instructions on how to schedule an appointment click here

Obtaining a Vaccine through a VA Facility - Veterans who receive care from VA health facilities, veterans who live in VA long-term care facilities and their caregivers can get vaccination information at

Information from the CDC concerning vaccinations can be found at Vaccines | CDC


Middlesex County Health Department provides COVID-19 testing. Information is available at 


Plainsboro Township receives confirmed Coronavirus/COVID-19 case information from the lead health agency, the Middlesex County Health Department. For more information visit


If you are feeling anxious and overwhelmed by the Coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak, visit for helpful information from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).

If you are feeling ill and you are concerned that you or a loved one may have contracted Coronavirus/COVID-19, the CDC recommends that you call your doctor for guidance on medical screening. If you do not have a primary care physician, call the CDC Coronavirus/COVID-19 Hotline at (800) 962-1253 or (800) 222-1222 for screening information. For more information on what to do in the event of illness visit


All municipal offices are currently open to the public.   Please be reminded that:

  1. Visitors to the building should wear a mask unless fully vaccinated.
  2. Patrons should maintain at least 6 feet of distance between employees and visitors, where possible.
  3. Only one visitor is allowed at office counters at any time. 
  4. If you are feeling ill, caring for an acutely sick family member, come into contact with an acutely sick individual, or have COVID symptoms, DO NOT COME INTO THE BUILDING.

Recreation Programs/Food Pantry Operation -  For a listing of Recreation programs and updates, click here  

Park Facilities -  Masks are no longer required by Executive Order.  Social distancing is encouraged, when possible.   

Conservation/Recycle Center - The township conservation/recycle center is currently open to township residents on Mondays and Thursdays from 5:30pm to 7:30pm and Saturdays from 10:00am to 5:00pm.  Items accepted at the center include:

  1. Brush
  2. Leaves
  3. Grass
  4. Motor Oil
  5. Automobile Oil Filters
  6. Automobile Tires
  7. Automobile Batteries

The next bulk waste event is scheduled for June 12th.  

Property Taxes - In an effort to make paying taxes as convenient as possible, following are ways in which residents can make property tax payments:

  1. Tax Collection Drop box located in municipal building Police entrance and available 24/7/365. Checked twice per business day, no stamp necessary. Please NO CASH!!!
  2. You may pay online. Click here for more information:  The E-check fee is $1.95. There is a Pay by Credit Card service charge of 2.95% of balance paid that goes 100% to the credit card provider.
  3. Direct withdrawal via ACH from your checking or savings account is also available. It is FREE and an email is sent informing you of the withdrawal date. Click here for a pdf of the form- 
  4. You may visit us in person as well.  Please see municipal building/visitor information above if visiting in person.  

Plainsboro/Cranbury Municipal Court -  Until further notice, Plainsboro-Cranbury Municipal court operations will take place via video or phone conference only.  Court staff will provide notice and instruction to all defendants as to their required court appearance. Additionally, court fines can be paid on-line through the state website.

Vital Records - Requests for certified copies of vital records (birth/marriage/death) may be done online through the state website at or through our local Clerk’s Office. Local in-person hours are 8:30am to 3:30pm please contact the Clerk’s Office at or visit our website at for more information on local mail-in options. Contact the Township Clerk’s Office for any marriage license application submission inquiries.

Planning and Zoning - The Department of Planning and Zoning is open to the public and is processing Road Opening Permits and Tree Removal permits.  Zoning matters regarding decks, sheds, and building additions can be addressed by calling the office at (609) 799-0909 ext. 1502. Applications are available on the Township’s website under Planning & Zoning and can be submitted electronically or in-person. The department’s webpage also contains the details on public meetings and hearings which are being held virtually, as per the remote public meeting Resolution adopted by the Planning Board.  Thank you for your patience, if you have any questions or concerns please email

Plainsboro Public Library -  For the latest information, visit

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