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Millstone Borough

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Surrounding towns:

Franklin Township, Hillsborough Township, Manville Borough, Rocky Hill Borough,
Montgomery Township

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Once known as Somerset Courthouse, Millstone Borough was home to the county seat in 1738 and remained so until the courthouse and jail were destroyed by British raiders. It is one of the smallest municipalities in Somerset County and possesses the distinction of a National Historic Site.

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Official Web Site

Government

Millstone Borough Hall
1353 Main Street
Millstone, NJ 08844
908-281-6893

 

Departments

Construction Official 908-713-0722

Court Administator

Millstone Valley Fire Dept- 911
(Non-Emergency) - 732-873-3800

First Aid - 911
(Non-Emergency)

Health Department - 908-369-8933

Library -

Office of Emergency Management (OEM)

Police - 911
(Non-emergency)

Public Works

Recreation

Senior Citizens

Tax Collector's Office

Tax Assessor

Education

All students from Millstone attend school in Hillsborough Township School District.

 



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Historic Places

Historical Society

Millstone School House
Millstone River Road
Hillsborough, NJ 08844

One room school house from 1860 to 1944. One teacher taught all eight grades.
Enrollment varied with attendance up to 35 students. Original structure included a belfry. The Board of Education transferred the building to the borough in 1949, at which time it became the Borough Hall.

 


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Baseball

Bowling

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