Announcements

 Resolution No. 2014-454, Placing a non-binding referendum on the ballot of the general election to be held on November 4, 2014 with regard to the public sentiment on the imposition of a five cent fee to be collected for every single-use plastic disposable shopping bag provided to customers in Mercer County.

Resolution No. 2014-1, Establishing the Meeting Dates for Conference and Formal Meetings for the Board For the Year 2014

From L to R: Freeholder Pasquale "Pat" Colavita, Jr., Freeholder Lucylle R. S. Walter, Freeholder Samuel T. Frisby, Freeholder Andrew Koontz, Freeholder John A. Cimino, Freeholder Anthony P. Carabelli, and Freeholder Ann M. Cannon.
From L to R: Freeholder Pasquale "Pat" Colavita, Jr., Freeholder Lucylle R. S. Walter, Freeholder Samuel T. Frisby, Freeholder Andrew Koontz, Freeholder John A. Cimino, Freeholder Anthony P. Carabelli, and Freeholder Ann M. Cannon.

Dear Mercer County Residents,

Your Board has been working very hard to have a county government that is accessible and responsive to you. We believe in working with taxpayers to collectively improve the quality of life in Mercer County. With our county being the center of state government, we are continuously working hard to improve all aspects of county government. This is why our Freeholder's meetings are open to the public to voice concerns and to ask the Board questions directly. Whether it is the issues of affordable education, revitalization of our neighborhoods, or open space preservation, we welcome and encourage you to contact us so that we may hear your views.

Once again, thank you for visiting our site, and please feel free to contact us through email, by telephone, or in person.

Sincerely,

Mercer County Board of Chosen Freeholders