Welcome to the official website for the Municipal
Government of the Township of Bethlehem

Proudly serving the residents of Bethlehem since 1730.


RABIES ALERT - April 23, 2014

Please see the attached Public Health Alert from the Hunterdon County Board of Health.

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2014 ADOPTED Budget

The attached budget was adopted at the Township meeting held April 3, 2014.

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Municipal Vacancies

Chief Municipal Finance Officer and Violations Clerk positions available.

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Township Clean-Up Day - 2014

Saturday, April 26, 2014, 8:00am to 3:00pm.

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Bethlehem Township Planning Board Volunteer Members Needed

The Planning Board presently has 3 vacant positions. Mayoral appointments are needed to fill the Alternate #1, Alternate #2 and Alternate #4 positions. Please contact Christine Dispenza, Municipal Clerk, on 908-735-4107, ext. 101, to obtain an application.

Cub Scouting

Cub Scout Pack 191 is the local Cub Scout organization for Bethlehem Township and Hampton Schools. We have been serving the youth of the area for 45 years. We welcome all first thru fifth grade boys to come join us for a great year of activities and camping opportunities. Please contact Charlie Jackson, Charliejackson@comcast.net or 908-901-1294, if you would like further information on Cub Scouting.

Bethlehem Township Environmental Commission Volunteer Members Needed

The Environmental Commission presently has two vacant positions. Mayoral appointments are needed to fill the Alternate #1 and Alternate #2 positions. Please contact Chairperson Eric Sween at 908-730-7657 for details.

Property Tax Payments

Effective January 1, 2013 residents of Bethlehem Township now have the option of making their current property tax payments at PNC Bank, the Bloomsbury branch only, located at 155 Main Street. The bank can only accept payments that are accompanied with the tax stub from the residentís tax bill.

Critical Care Form

The Critical Customer Care Program helps customers prepare for planned and unplanned power outages for whom a service interruption could be immediately life threatening or would make operation of necessary medical or life supporting equipment impossible or impractical.

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Town Events

Bethlehem Township is a small rural community in northwestern New Jersey. Bethlehem Township, which means "House of Bread," was settled in the 1720s by German, Dutch, English, and Irish immigrants. The Township's municipal government dates back to 1730. The Township Committee has been representing the Township's citizens since its creation in 1763. Today, Bethlehem Township is 21.38 square miles and has a population of 3,993 people.

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