The Division of Roads is responsible for the maintenance and repair of all roads and drain covers (not drains) in the township.
Hamilton Township DWPC not only operates our Water Pollution Control plant and 39 pumping stations, but also takes care of our storm drains and sanitary sewers. Drain covers are the responsibility of the Division of Roads.
To report a clogged storm drain or sanitary sewer, call 609 581-4140 or 609 581-4141.
Additional Water Quality information
The US Environmental Protection Administration's Safe Drinking Water System also has information about local water quality. The State of New Jersey Bureau of Safe Water, at (609) 292-5550, also has recent (not necessarily current) information about water quality in Hamilton.
Most of us get our water from either Aqua New Jersey or Trenton Water Works. Some residents who live east of Route 130 get their water from wells.
Aqua New Jersey
Aqua New Jersey is one of the two companies supplying water to Hamilton. Aqua supplies water to Hamilton Square, Mercerville and Yardville areas of Hamilton Township, and the Robbinsville and Windsor areas of Robbinsville Township.
Aqua's water comes through the Trenton Water Works' water treatment plants, and originates from 13 wells in the Potomac-Raritan-Magothy aquifer and unconfined Vincentown aquifer.
For water emergencies, and for the most recent water quality reports, contact Aqua New Jersey at (877) WTR-AQUA or (877) 987-2782.
Trenton Water Works
Trenton Water Works supplies water to those Hamilton residents who are not served by Aqua New Jersey. In fact, Trenton Water Works is the original supplier for the water that is sold through Aqua.
For water emergencies, and for the most recent water quality reports, contact Trenton Water Works at (609) 989-3208.