skip to main content

Hollowbrook Community Center [HCC]

The Hollowbrook Community Center (HCC) closed June 2016 for asbestos remediation and renovation work.  It reopened in the fall of 2017. HCC's renovations include a new roof on the entire building and an addition. A new entrance has been constructed where the old Atrium stood.  The building has been updated with new HVAC systems and boiler, new windows, LED lighting, new emergency lights, new flooring, updated fire and burglar alarm systems and new interior and exterior doors.  There is also a new ramp by the Library and new emergency steps from the Computer Lab.  Updates to existing bathrooms are part of the renovation and a new ADA compliant bathroom was installed on the 1st floor, on the Community Room side.  Both kitchens in the Community Room have been redone with new appliances and fixtures.


The Hollowbrook Community Center (HCC) has rental space for many types of events. It offers two large rooms and several meeting rooms for all types of rentals.   The Community Room is the Center’s largest room, having a 150-person occupancy with kitchen facilities and a stage.  It will have a new state of the art sound system as well as a projector and screen.  The Nutrition Café holds up to 90 people. The Center has 3 meeting spaces on the 2nd floor available for small events and/or meetings.  The Center has an elevator and is ADA accessible.  Please call the office at (609) 883-1199 for more information about facilities rental at Hollowbrook.

 Nutrition Cafe - decorated for an event



HCC is part of the Ewing Pool System.  The Pool was closed for renovations, Summer 2017 but will reopen Summer 2018 with a new main pool as well as splash pad.

Computer Learning Center

The Hollowbrook Computer Learning Center provides the Ewing Community access to computers by offering computer classes, open lab hours, and free public Wi-Fi in a state-of-the-art facility with twenty Chromebox computer stations, printing capabilities, a teacher station, and two BrightLink Interactive Projectors.

This community project is a result of the partnership between Ewing Township, the Ewing Public Education Foundation (EPEF), and the Educational Testing Service (ETS). The ETS Employees’ Community Action Fund has received over $62,000 in donations from ETS employees to enrich the lives of community members with technology and learning opportunities with projects like the Hollowbrook Computer Learning Center.

Mercer County Library Hollowbrook Branch

The Hollowbrook Branch was established at HCC in 1975 and offers programs and services for a diverse clientele. There is an Adult Book Discussion Group, Children's Programs and a large print collection.  For additional information please check out the Hollowbrook Branch page at the Mercer County Library website.

Related Links

Also housed at this facility are:

  • CYO of Mercer County
    Provides affordable, quality, educational and recreational services for Mercer County youth. 
  • Gateway Head Start program
    The Gateway Community Action Program is a private, non-profit, 501-C-3 agency that administers the Head Start program in Mercer County and provides full-day pre-school classrooms with certified teachers.
  • Mercer County Nutrition Program for Seniors
    This program provides older Mercer County residents age 60 and older, with nutritionally balanced and appetizing meals that are served in centers that bring people together for activities and social contact. 
  • The Food Pantry
    Operated by the The Victorious Church, Pastor Terry Collins for Ewing residents (proof of residency required).  Mondays through Fridays 9:30am - 4:00pm.  
  • Meals On Wheels of Mercer County
    Delivers meals to homebound individuals in the Mercer County area with the help of a large group of committed volunteers. Customers may receive one hot meal and an additional cold meal per day, Monday through Friday (holidays are excluded). A limited number of weekend meals are also available to weekday meal recipients.

History of Hollowbrook Community Center

In the late 70s Ewing Park was developed on property running along Hollowbrook Drive.  Colonel Edward Harris led a drive to get a HUD grant to build the Hollowbrook Community Center on the site.   This was privately organized by local area residents.  The rest of the park development was funded by Green Acres.   The property was turned over to the Township around 1989 because of funding issues.

Renovation Photos




Raquel Ince, Director of Hollowbrook Community Center
P: (609) 883-1199  
F: (609) 882-4714 
C: (609)503-1081

Mailing Address
Hollowbrook Community Center
320 Hollowbrook Drive
Ewing, NJ  08638

Office Hours
Monday - Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm
Weekends by appointment only

Municipal Building 
2 Jake Garzio Drive
Ewing, NJ 08628
(609) 883-2900 
 M-F: 8:30am - 4:30pm

Senior & Community Center 
999 Lower Ferry Road 
Ewing, NJ 08628 
(609) 883-1776 
 M-F: 8:30am - 4:30pm

Hollowbrook Community Center
320 Hollowbrook Drive
Ewing, NJ  08638
(609)  883-1199
M-F: 8:30am - 4:30pm

Scotch Road (Public Works) 
Bulk and Electronic Items 
Th-F: 7:00am - 3:00pm 
 Sat: 7:00am - 2:30pm

Jack Stephan Way (Brush Drop-off) 
M-Sat: 7:30am - 2:30pm 

Ewing Animal Shelter 
4 Jake Garzio Drive 
 (609) 771-8076

Ewing Police 
2 Jake Garzio Drive 
 (609) 882-1313

Ewing Branch Library 
61 Scotch Road 
 (609) 882-3130

Rental Property Concern Hotline 
 (609) 323-1177

Ewing Public Schools 
2099 Pennington Road
Ewing, NJ 08618
P: (609) 538-9800
F: (609) 538-0041

Weather Central 
Courtesy of PHVFC

                                                                                          Copyright © 2017 Ewing Township. All Rights Reserved.