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Closed from 12–1pm
Ewing, NJ 08628
Charles W. Latini, PP AICP
L & G Planning
p: (609) 883-2900 x7648
The Ewing Township Redevelopment Agency (ETRA) meets in the Ewing Township Municipal Building, and can be reached at the following address:
Ewing Township Redevelopment Agency
2 Jake Garzio Drive
Ewing, NJ 08628
Office hours are held by appointment. CLICK HERE to make an appointment.
Sustainable economic growth relies on three main ingredients; location, partnerships, and planning. In order to facilitate a successful marriage of these components, the role of government is to invest in planning, land use, and community infrastructure (e.g. utilities, streets, parks, etc.). The role of the private sector is to contribute to their community through such things as enhancing curb appeal while in pursuit of their respective delivery of quality goods and services to their customer base.
The success of a community's tax base can be linked to many external factors, but upkeep and property maintenance in both public and private property are important factors with each sector working in a symbiotic relationship where a quality community is formed. This relationship makes investment and reinvestment decisions easier to make and thus increasing property values holistically.
The Township devotes significant time and energy through its Code Enforcement Division, but in order to take-on more proactive actions, it relies on all its investors taking pride in their properties - renters and owners alike. Making decisions that benefit the surrounding landscape and community at-large, versus making decisions only for one's business, are not mutually exclusive. Thus, the decisions I make, and the inherent value I add as a business or property owner, can be leveraged by my neighbor and vice-versa. All the truly great communities have this dynamic at play.
Great communities are not accomplished successfully through enforcement, but rather partnerships. While the marketplace must have the freedom to make decisions that inherently benefit the business, the Township's desire is to have these decisions benefit the greater marketplace as well.
Taking Pride in Ewing as our home, as a place where we do business, as a place where people visit, and as a place worth investing in.
Ewing Township is blessed with so many great businesses, especially along Olden and Parkside Avenues, as well as off I-95. Businesses that contribute great curb appeal as well are: New Jersey Manufacturers, Mark Ullmann's Allstate, ETS, Senior Star, Aldi's, Erini Restaurant, Marsilio's Kitchen, Trenton Auto, J&S Autohaus, Universal Display, etc. While FMC, Computer Associates, Church and Dwight, and our three hotels, SpringHill Suites, Courtyard by Marriott, and Element Hotel Ewing- Hopewell, Credit Union of New Jersey, Revere Restaurant, etc. take advantage of Ewing’s strategic location along I-95.
Thank you all for your help in making Ewing a great place to live and do business in.
2013 Parkway Avenue Redevelopment Plan CWL Planning, January 8, 2013 Adopted Township Council January 29, 2013
2016 Environmental Resource Inventory L&G Planning (Originally prepared by the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission DVRPC), 2016
2017 Olden Avenue Redevelopment Plan Ewing Township Redevelopment Agency, February 11, 2011 (with Amendments August 12, 2014)