Tax Collector-Diane Laudenbach         Thurs. 4:30-6:30pm or email at:


PLEASE DO NOT keep your vehicle parked on the streets when snow is predicted to fall during the late evening, early morning hours.  The DPW will be dedicated to keeping our street clear.

​Thank you for your anticipated understanding and cooperation.

When the SNOW IS FALLING AND THE STREETS ARE SNOW COVERED - NO PARKING ON THE STREETS. Violators may receive a summons.  Thank you in advance for your cooperation.


Hours: Mon. - Fri.  7:00 - 3:30

99 Main Street

Hampton, NJ  08827

(908) 537-6884  hamptonwater@rocketmail.com








2018 Introduced Budget - Click to view.


St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center

Phone:  908-526-3330






The Municipal Clerk's Office will be closed from February 18th up to and including March 1st.

Please purchase any needed extra trash stickers in advance.

The Hampton DPW will be closed on February 18th for Presidents'Day.  Trash will be collected on Tuesday, February 19th and recycling will be collected on Wednesday the 20th.

If you will be getting married in the next few weeks, please contact the Municipal Office to schedule an appointment to apply for your license. 

Contact Us:

Current News

After hour water emergencies

please contact:

Alan Brower, Director of Public Works/Water Operator



Hampton Water Company Water Quality Report for 2017 Results from 2016 click here CCR Water Quality Report 2017


Hours: Mon.- Fri. 8:30-4

1 Wells Avenue PO Box 418 Hampton NJ 08827

Office:  (908) 537-2329

Fax:  (908) 537-7097


Zoning Officer-Allison Witt, by appt.

or email at: hamptonzoning@yahoo.com

Hunterdon County Division of Public Health Services - Household Hazardous Water Cleanup Days:

​​Saturday, March 9, 2019

from 9:00 a.m. through 1:00 p.m.

Hunterdon County Comples, Rte, 12 East, Flemington, NJ 

These events are held rain or shine. 

For more information please contact Hunterdon County Solid Waste & Recycling Services at 908-788-1351 or email:  health@co.hunterdon.nj.us

The Mayor and Council would like to thank the Hampton Woman's Club for the beautiful snowflake lights that we are all enjoying during this holiday season.  The Woman's Club was bequeathed a substantial gift from the family of Charles Bogart.  Through this generosity they were able to purchase these lights as well as new "Welcome to Hampton" flags.  The holiday tradition of luminaries will also take place on Christmas Eve.  

2018 Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) were mailed to Hampton water customers on June 21, 2018.  Hard copies of this report are available at no fee at the Municipal Building.


HAMPTON WOMAN'S CLUB meets on the 1st Tuesday of the month from September through June beginning at 7 pm at the Hampton Emergency Squad Building.

The Council will meet on the second and forth Monday of each month beginning at 7:30 p.m.

The Planning Board is scheduled to meet on the first Monday of each month beginning at 8:00 p.m. at the Municipal Building, 1 Wells Avenue.


Trash will then be collected each Monday unless it is a holiday. If that is the case, trash will be collected on Tuesday

Recycling will be collected each Tuesday unless trash is collected due to a holiday.  If that is the case, recycling will take place on Wednesday.


Brush & Chipping will be suspended from November up to and including March.

Please have the cut ends facing the street. Chipping is for branches not entire tree removal.  Please call the Department of Public Works at 537-6884 with any questions that you may have concerning this service.  Thank you.

If you encounter a black bear:

Remain calm. Never run. Do not make eye contact.  

Make loud noises by yelling, using a whistle, banging pots and pans or blowing a whistle or an air horn.  Make yourself as big as possible by waving your arms.  If you are with someone stand close together and raise your hands above your head.

Make your presence known by speaking in an assertive voice or clapping your hands. 

Additional important information is available at the following website:


Until further notice, the Department of Public Works will no longer be collecting electronics (i.e. televisions, computers etc.) Please contact the Hunterdon County Solid Waste & Recycling Services at 788-1110 for information on how you may safety dispose of your electronics.  See above for information relating to this issue.



Call Us:  (908)537-2329