• Classic Car Show SeriesThe 2014 Classic Car Shows brought to you by the Flemington Business Improvement District! Two make-up dates just added: 9/4 & 9/27. For complete details, and a full schedule please Click Here
  • Summer Health and Wellness SeriesThe Summer Health and Wellness Series is back! For the schedule of classes and events Click Here
  • Hunterdon County Tricentennial CelebrationCome celebrate 300 years of Hunterdon County History with us! Throughout 2014 a full year of tours, lectures, workshops and other events are planned! Some of the activities require registration and or tickets, so please sign up right away before they're full! Click Here
  • Union Hotel Update!Roof Restoration Begins! The tall patterned slate roof and grand towers of the Union Hotel have defined Flemington since it was built in 1877 & 1878. After decades of sporadic repairs and exposure to the elements, the time has come to fully restore the Hotel’s iconic mansard roof. The Second Empire style of the building was very popular and up-to-date when the Hotel was built, but it quickly fell out of fashion. Despite this, the exterior of the Hotel was never modernized, and remains intact but deteriorated today. The Hotel is still the largest building along Main Street, and is the heart of Flemington’s Historic District. This part of the historic restoration will replace the 136 year old slate roof of the fourth floor, replicating the original fish scale patterning. The “UNION HOTEL” lettering will be repainted on the new slate. The woodwork details and brackets of the three towers, the dormer windows and the eaves will be meticulously restored and repainted. The towers will be re-roofed with copper, and the unseen flat roof will be replaced with a modern membrane roof. New windows will closely match the original deteriorated windows. This roof project is the first phase of the revitalization of the Union Hotel, and will help to preserve the rest of the building.
  • FLemington Business Improvement DistrictThe Flemington BID is a non-profit organization that partners the public and private sectors in the promotion and development of the Flemington commercial district. The organization works toward recruiting, revitalizing and retaining businesses in the business district of the Borough of Flemington. www.DowntownFlemington.com
  • Police Bike Patrols!Flemington Borough Police Department with support from the Business Improvement District have implemented Bike Patrols! Read More...
  • Hunterdon County Crime StoppersReport a Crime! or Learn More! Click Here!
  • Backup Power!New generators are being purchased to supply backup power to Borough Hall/Fire Department and to the Police Station which will house our NEW Emergency Operation Center(EOC)! The EOC will be the base of operations in times of natural disasters and other emergencies. Our EOC was previously located out of the Borough but is being moved to Main Street in the front of the Police Station for ease of access by residents and to provide a local centralized command!
  • Not For Profit Services!Flemington being the county seat of Hunterdon has many not for profit services available to its residents. Explore the following organizations and see if any of them maybe able to assist you! Hunterdon Food Pantry(Food), Family Promise(Shelter), Hunterdon Drug Awareness (Substance Abuse Ed.), Hunterdon Family Success Center (Family Support), Hunterdon Prevention Resources (Substance Abuse), Hunterdon Helpline(General Assistance), SAFE in Hunterdon(Shelter), Safe Coalition(Substance Abuse Ed.)
Classic Car Show Series1 Summer Health and Wellness Series2 Hunterdon County Tricentennial Celebration3 Union Hotel Update! 4 FLemington Business Improvement District5 Police Bike Patrols!6 Hunterdon County Crime Stoppers7 Backup Power!8 Not For Profit Services!9

    Join Guest Bartenders Robert Motzel & Ken McAloon on Sunday, August 17 at 2:00pm at Gallo Rosso
    100% of bar tips will be donated to the Flemington Fire Department!
    Click here for more information.
    Are you a resident on portions of Brown Street, Route 12, Walnut Brook Drive, or Village Court? If so, you may qualify for FREE rain garden on your property. If you are interested in reducing flooding, pollutants, and creating wildlife habitat by receiving a professionally engineered rain garden at your home, type your address into our map to see if you qualify:

    Click here to see if you live within the boundaries of the Neshanic Watershed.
    (You must live within the Neshanic Watershed to be eligible.)

    Questions can be directed to:
    Blaire Langston
    Watershed Specialist
    North Jersey Resource Conservation & Development
    1100 Black River Road Far Hills, New Jersey 07931
    Phone: 908-439-2518 | Fax: 908-441-9191
    Please secure your valuables and lock your doors and windows when not home! Look after your neighbors and report any suspicious activity by calling 911! Crime Stoppers of Hunterdon County has offered a $1000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those persons responsible. Full Press Release...
    Sunday, August 17 at 2:00pm Samuel Fleming House Museum and Garden in Flemington, New Jersey
    The Flemington Historic Preservation Commission is proud to announce the date for “Stroll Through Flemington”, An Historic House Tour, slated for Saturday, October 25, 2014 from 11:00am - 5:00pm. In addition to supporting the historic preservation efforts of the HPC, this Historic House Tour is the Borough of Flemington’s contribution to, and is the official event in recognition of, Hunterdon County’s Tricentennial Celebration. Get Tickets
    Acoustic Music & Storytelling Festival All shows take place in the beautiful gardens behind the Samuel Fleming House, located at 5 Bonnell Street in Flemington. Please bring chairs or a blanket and a picnic dinner, and enjoy acoustic music and stories told by New Jersey’s best storytellers. Perfect for families!
    July 8th: Carol Titus & Ken Galipeau
    July 15th: Kathryn Weidener & Matt Deblass
    July 22nd: Janet Quarterone & The 5 Straws
    July 29th: Alyssa Pinsker & A Halo Called Fred
    August 5th: Matt DeBlass
    August 12th: Lisa Luella, Julie Polk, & The Lillies
    The Flemington Bureau of Fire Safety has a limited supply of smoke alarms. They are available to senior citizens, lower-income residents, and those households with children that are in need. The smoke alarms where obtained from the New Jersey Division of Fire Safety, ABC Channel 7 and Kidde as part of the television station's 14th Annual Operation 7 Save a Life campaign. Any residents that do not have a smoke alarm or one that is over 9 years old please contact Fire Marshal David Turner at 908-782-8840 ext 227.
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