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News from the Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders
May 26, 2020

Recycling Pickups May Be Delayed Due to Holiday.
Due to the Memorial Day holiday, recycling pickups in Somerset County may be delayed. Residents should leave their recyclables at the curb, and the remaining collections will be completed as soon as possible.

The Recycling Division thanks residents for their patience and understanding.

For more information, call the Somerset County Recycling Center at 732-469-3363.

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June 15, 2020, 2020 Council Meeting

This meeting of the Millstone Borough Council will be held at 7:30 p.m. in Borough Hall.  All meeting notices, agendas, minutes and the Annual Meeting Notice are posted here.


2020 Budget posted,click here.

2nd Quarter Property Tax Payments – Interest Waived Until June 1, 2020

The Borough Council of the Borough of Millstone recognizes the financial strain the current circumstances have placed on many residents of the Borough and desires to provide relief in accordance with executive Order 130 in the form of a waiver interest on delinquent 2020 second quarter tax installment payments provided such payment are made in full on or before June 1, 2020.  Any 2020 second quarter tax installment payments received after June 1, 2020 will be subject to interest calculated from May 1, 2020.

The due date of May 1st has not changed.
The ten day grace period has been extended to June 1st.
As long as everything is paid by June 1st, there will be no interest.
Any outstanding balance on June 2nd will have interest charged from the due date of May 1st.

Click Here to view the Resolution.

Planning Board Meetings Cancelled

CLICK HERE to view the Sunshine Notice cancelling Planning Board Meetings until further Notice.

All meetings are held at 7:30 pm at Borough Hall.  All meeting notices, agendas, minutes and the Annual Meeting Notice are posted here.


As we enter the month of April, we’re still fighting the global COVID-19 pandemic. Locally,through our ongoing commitment with social distancing, we continue to minimize the effects in Millstone Borough. We personally want to thank each and every resident for doing their part in suppressing this virus from growing in our community. While quarantining ourselves in our homes is tough, it is extremely necessary to protect our families. This method will soon start to decrease the exposure and we will soon emerge together both healthy and victorious.
Please continue to visit verified sources to gain accurate and factual information; For real time data in New Jersey.

Call 211- For general questions 7 am to 11 pm.
Call 800-962-1253 – For medical questions.
Text njcovid to 898-211 for covid-19 alerts.

Covid 19 in Millstone Borough

Message from the Mayor

First Case of Covid 19 in Millstone Borough

The Hillsborough Township/Millstone Borough Department of Health has been advised that a resident of Millstone Borough has tested positive for Covid 19. The Health Department is following up on contacts of this case. Please be advised that the individual attended the Planning Board meeting on the evening of March 10 in Borough Hall. Although it is possible that an attendee could have been infected at that time, the risk is low because the person was not showing symptoms at the time of the meeting. To be on the safe side, the Health Department is asking anyone who attended the meeting and has experienced symptoms of fever of 100.4 or higher, cough, or shortness of breath from March 11 through the 24th, to contact their medical professional for a test, and contact the health department at 908-369-5652.

Please refer to: for up to date information.

The NJ hotline number is now 211 for any questions about Covid 19.



As this virus progresses throughout our area, we want to remind everyone to follow the the established guidelines for hygiene and social distancing. Together we will flatten the curve.
For up to date information, use the following outlets;
NJDOH: 800-962-1253
Text NJCOVID to 898-211
Also visit the Somerset County web site