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 Welcome To Hampton

Hampton Borough, on the banks of the Musconetcong River, has changed little since it was first settled in 1800.  In 1880, the town consisted of a store, hotel, cabinet manufacturer, blacksmith, wheelwright shop, grist mill, school house and about 25 dwellings. Hampton was once known as "Junction" because the Central Railroad of New Jersey and the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad crossed through here.

What is now Hampton was originally incorporated as Junction Borough on February 20, 1895, from portions of both Lebanon Township and Bethlehem Township.  The name was changed to Hampton Borough as of February 11, 1909, by resolution of the Borough Council.  And in 1931, additional territory was annexed from both Glen Gardner and Bethlehem Township.

We welcome you to our website, please use the drop-down windows at the top to navigate around the site for any items of interest. Thank you for visiting and come back again! 

CONTACT:     Cathy Drummond, Hampton Borough Clerk           Linda Leidner, Hampton Borough Deputy Clerk 
                        hamptonboroughclerk@yahoo.com                        hamptondeputyclerk@yahoo.com

PHONE:          (908) 537-2329                                                      FAX:        (908) 537-7097

                                                                                            Please see Contact the Borough under Borough Info for more information.


  

 Announcements
HALLOWEEN IN HAMPTON
The Hampton Halloween Parade hosted by the Hampton Fire Company will be held on Sunday, November 2, 2014 at 1:00 at the culvert (Lackawanna & Railroad).

Trick or Treat will also be held on Sunday, November 2 from 3pm to 6pm.

Have fun, stay safe! 
LEAF COLLECTION:
Leaf collection will start on Wednesday, October 15 and run until the 2nd week of December.  Residents can only put leaves out once a week.  DEP Storm Water rules dictate that the leaf piles can not be any closer than 25 ft to a storm drain or catch basin.  Leaves are to be piled at the edge of the residence property, NOT ON THE SIDEWALK.  If the leaves have to be placed in the street pile them as close to the curb as possible.  Please do not put them in the middle of the street! 
BRUSH CHIPPING:
Brush chipping will be done on November 5th.  Brush chipping will be suspended for the months of December, January and February.  However, if there is a major storm that results in downed branches the DPW will come out and chip. 
Snow Removal:
Snow will be here soon, The owner or occupant or person having charge of each and every dwelling or other building or lot shall, within the first 12 hours after snow or hail has stopped falling or after formation of ice on the sidewalks in front thereof, cause the snow or ice to be entirely removed from the sidewalk.  It is against the law to throw snow or ice into the streets. 
Hampton Women's Club Seeks New Members
The Hampton Woman's Club is looking for new members who want to help serve the community & have a little fun.  Membership is $20 and the Club meets on the 1st Tuesday of every month, except in July and August, at 7:30p.m., at the Rescue Squad Building.  If you are interested in joining, or would like more information, please contact Monica White at (908) 537-9695.
 

    

 
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