Welcome to Greenwich Township, Cumberland County, NJ 08323
Historic Greenwich is a Delaware Bay community located on the banks of the Cohansey River in western Cumberland County. Greenwich Township is comprised mainly of wetlands, farmlands and small crossroad communities covering almost 19 square miles. The Township is anchored by the Village of Greenwich and its historic Ye Greate Street, our remarkable Main Street that is graced by dozens of Colonial and Victorian residences, churches, schools and other buildings and landmarks.
Greenwich Township is one of 566 municipalities in the State of New Jersey. With a population (2010 Census) of approximately 800 residents, Greenwich is governed by a 3-person Township Committee and other active municipal organizations. Greenwich shares various government services with neighboring Townships in order to maintain its rural character and remain affordable to its residents.
This website is designed to provide information for residents and visitors alike. Please visit the site frequently to find new information and features. Thank you!
RFQ for Municipal Engineering Services for the Township of Cumberland County. Proposals must be submitted no later than 3:00 p.m. on December 28, 2018. For more details, click here.
There will be a Fire Code Inspection Outreach Meeting for all owners of farms or agricultural properties in Greenwich, Hopewell townships, and Stow Creek on Thursday December 13th, 7 pm at the Hopewell Twp Municipal Building. For a pdf brochure, click here.
Aunt Betty's Kitchen
1016 Ye Greate Street in the heart of
Greenwich (next to the Post Office)
Tuesday through Thursday
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Friday and Saturday
8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
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Hancock Harbor Marina and the Bait Box Restaurant is located in historic Greenwich, NJ on the Cohansey River and offers extended marina services and year round dining with full service bar. Visit the website HancockHarbor.com for hours, menu and additional information.
Website photos: T. Hansen, M. Ivanick, C. Jones, R. Hunt