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Ewing, NJ 08628
Ewing’s municipal government is run in accordance with the Faulkner Act of 1950 and operates under the Mayor-Council Form of Government. This form of government provides for election of a mayor and five council members. It was implemented in January 1995, based on the recommendations of a Charter Study Commission. Read more...
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There are over a dozen boards, commissions and committees in Ewing Township. Board members are volunteers and appointed by the Mayor. Check our 'Boards' section for detailed information about the work that each Board does.
Ewing is one of 12 municipalities in Mercer County, the Capital County of New Jersey. Mercer County was formed in 1838 and named to honor General Hugh Mercer, a Revolutionary General who fell at the Battle of Princeton.
NJ has 565 municipalities. By population, Ewing ranks 66th out of that total. The Township is in legislative district #15.
Ewing is in Congressional District #12