Welcome to the official web site of Upper Pittsgrove
Township. The home page is updated regularly with the latest
township news items, so check back frequently. Changes in
office hours and/or meeting cancellations will be posted under
the 'Latest News' column. If you have any suggestions for the
web site click on the Contact Us link and send an email, or give
us a call at 856-358-8500.
Municipal Building Office Hours
Monday - Thursday 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
2nd Tuesday of every month 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Offices/Departments (web page)
2017 Office/Staff Directory (printable page)
Convenience Center Trash/Recycling - Current Hours
Tuesday 3PM - 5PM (EST) 4PM - 8PM (DST) *
Wednesday 8AM - 4PM (EST) 8AM - 6PM (DST) *
Thursday 8AM - Noon
Saturday 8AM - 4PM
*Daylight Saving Time (DST) begins 3/10/19 and ends 11/3/19
Jack Cimprich, Mayor
Edward Meschi, Deputy Mayor
Michael Seery, Sr.
David Zeck, Sr.
Township Committee Meetings: Second Tuesday at 7:00 pm
Next Meeting = October 8, 2019, 7:00 pm
Land Use Board Meetings: Third Thursday at 7:30 pm
Next Meeting = Thursday, September 19, 2019, 7:30 pm
About Upper Pittsgrove
Upper Pittsgrove Township is located in Salem County, in
southern New Jersey. Incorporated March 10, 1846, the
township covers 40.5 square miles. As of the 2010 census there
are 3,505 people and 1,310 housing units in the township.
Detailed demographic information from the Rand Institute at
Rutgers University can be found at:
Salem County & Upper Pittsgrove.
Upper Pittsgrove is a leader in farmland preservation in New
Jersey. Over 10, 200 acres are preserved out of 25,000 total
acres in the township, making Upper Pittsgrove #1 in the state
for total acres of preserved farmland. The township also leads
New Jersey in total number of active agricultural acres (17,569
acres). Click here for a map of farmland preserved ground in
Upper Pittsgrove Township. For more information about
farmland preservation programs click here.
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