The Township of North Brunswick is nestled in the heart of Central New Jersey, approximately 40 miles southwest of New York City. With a population of 40,800 (2010 Census), the Township offers a suburban feel with a mix of families, young professionals and retirees.
North Brunswick takes pride in its diversity, with a Niche.com ranking of #3 in the most diverse suburbs in New Jersey and #5 in the most diverse places to live in New Jersey. The Township celebrates its rich history and diversity each October at its annual Heritage Day at Community Park off Route 130 South.
North Brunswick is a community that also prides itself on volunteerism. We are grateful to the people who share their talents and skills to the multitude of volunteer organizations, the North Brunswick Volunteer Fire Department, the North Brunswick First Aid & Rescue Squad, Domestic Violence Response team, North Brunswick Food Bank, CERT team, the Township’s advisory committees, school groups and our youth sports programs.
We would like to invite all residents to get involved in the community. Our local volunteer organizations always need your support. Support can come in many forms: participation, assistance, encouragement, financial – just to name a few. Your time, your praise, and your monetary contributions are most appreciated – and all are very necessary!
If you are interested in serving on our advisory committees, please call the Mayor’s office at (732) 247-0922, ext. 430.
Please click on the links below for our three volunteer fire department companies, First Aid & Rescue Squad and community organizations.
Main Street North Brunswick
Main Street North Brunswick is currently under construction off Route 1 North on the former 200-acre Johnson & Johnson property. The mixed-use development will feature residential living units, retail, office, restaurants and hotels.
The transit village will also feature a new commuter bus lot and a new passenger station for the Northeast Corridor rail line. Funding for the train station was announced in October 2017 as $50 million will come from state funding while Middlesex County committed to construction of the station’s parking facilities.
Middlesex County, through the Middlesex County Improvement Authority, was announced as project manager through an agreement with NJ Transit for the design and construction of the train station at a press conference in October 2019.
In October 2020, NJ Transit approved the release of a Request for Proposal for the design and engineering of the train station.
The transit village includes Costco, Target, the Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille, Panera Bread and The Courtyard by Marriott Hotel. Townhome residences at The Heights at Main Street are currently under construction.
The North Brunswick Township School district includes the Early Childhood Center, John Adams Elementary School, Arthur M. Judd Elementary School, Livingston Park Elementary School, Parsons Elementary School, Linwood School, North Brunswick Township Middle School and North Brunswick Township High School. Please click on the link below for the North Brunswick Township Schools website.