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WHAT'S NEW &
IMPORTANT DATES:


Draft Parks and Open Space Strategic Plan

CADB: Permanently Preserved Farms
as of March 28, 2018

Highlands Open Space Partnership Funding Program

PENN EAST Pipeline Project
Proposed route maps as of September 2016:
  County Only
  Entire Route

Fixing America's Surface Transportation Act or (FAST Act)


NJ Department of Transportation Funding Opportunities

NJTPA - Pedestrian Safety Program

Grant Opportunities

 

 

 

 

 

PHONE: 908.788.1490
FAX: 908.788.1662
EMAIL: planning@co.hunterdon.nj.us

 

FEATURED PROJECTS AND SERVICES:

Parks and Open Space Strategic Plan 2018

PARK AND OPEN SPACE STRATEGIC PLAN 2018

This comprehensive plan identifies our community’s collective park and recreation needs and enables proactive planning for the future of the County Park System.

The Planning Board has set a public hearing regarding the plan for October 18th, 2018 at 7:00pm. 

You may review the Plan and submit your comments to the County Planning Board by following this link....

Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce and Office of Economic DevelopmentCOUNTY ECONOMIC OFFICE HAS MOVED TO HISTORIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING

Continuing Hunterdon County’s process of advancing economic development operations towards a public private partnership, the Freeholder Board approved moving the Division of Economic Development offices to the Chamber of Commerce’s historic Reading-Large House, at 119 Main St, in Flemington, at no rent cost to the County.

Freeholder Board Director Matt Holt stated, “From its inception the plan for economic development is to become a public private partnership. Having the County’s office located in the Chamber building, at no cost to the County, sends a strong message to the business community that the Chamber and the County are unified in our efforts.” READ MORE...

Hunterdon County Tourism Study, Phase 1 Report - Stockton University HUNTERDON COUNTY TOURISM STUDY, PHASE 1 REPORT

Now available for download... (best viewed with Internet Explorer)

The Hunterdon County Freeholder board moved forward on two recommendations of the county's Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy plan in September of 2017.

The board approved a Tourism Study, to be conducted by Stockton University's Lloyd D. Levenson Institute and a Procedural Review pilot project in Clinton Town and Clinton Township, that will examine municipal processes as they relate to economic development. READ MORE...

 

Marc Saluk, Director, Hunterdon County Economic Development

Streamlining Regulations to Promote Hunterdon Development is Study's Goal

Efforts to change Hunterdon’s reputation for having “particularly onerous and extensive development processes for businesses” took another step forward at Tuesday’s Freeholder meeting. READ MORE...

Comprehensive Economic Development Starndards Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy

A Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) for Hunterdon County will bring together the public and private sector to create an economic road map to diversify and strengthen the county’s economy. Find out more....

Fridays on the Farm

Fridays on the Farm

Jared and Treacy Weeks are using hard work and innovation to grow their Ringoes, New Jersey dairy, which produces “Jersey Fresh” single-sourced milk. They sell milk as well as use it for local-made ice cream.

Follow the Farmers.gov #FridaysOnTheFarm interactive stories each Friday!

Visit local farms, ranches, forests and resource areas where USDA and partners do right and feed everyone. View all #FridaysOnTheFarm stories here. 

NJ State Agriculture Development Committee

$500,000 in Grants Available for Soil and Water Conservation Projects on Preserved Farms

Agriculture Secretary Douglas H. Fisher today announced that $500,000 is available in cost-sharing grants to farmers and landowners to help them implement soil and water conservation projects on preserved farms.

READ MORE...

SADC APPLICATIONS

Do you Know a Landowner Thinking About Farmland Preservation?

Given the availability of new funding, the State Agriculture Development Committee  (SADC) is seeking applications for the Farmland Preservation Program. FIND OUT MORE...

County Shared Services Program

HUNTERDON COUNTY SHARED SERVICES

See how Hunterdon County is Sharing Services with Other Local Agencies and Find Out How We are Doing.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE....

Development Review Forms

DEVELOPMENT REVIEW FORMS


Application forms for land subdivision and site plan work located on a county road or affecting a county facility.

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