News Flash

Town of Newton News

Posted on: November 23, 2021


The TOWN OF NEWTON is seeking feedback from people who live, work, shop, and eat in the NEWTON TOWN CENTER DISTRICT for the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs’ Neighborhood Preservation Program (NPP). The online survey will help determine the projects and priorities designed to revitalize and rejuvenate the area located within the NEWTON TOWN CENTER DISTRICT, and boost economic growth. The NEWTON TOWN CENTER DISTRICT includes Spring Street, Trinity Street, Water Street between Main Street and E Clinton Street, E Clinton Street, and Moran Street.

In October, the TOWN OF NEWTON was awarded a 5-year NPP designation which includes an initial $125,000 grant to generate visible, tangible, change in the NEWTON TOWN CENTER DISTRICT driven by local residents and business owners. It is anticipated the NEWTON TOWN CENTER DISTRICT will receive up to $125,000 a year for five years to assist with economic and community development.  The online survey is one step toward ensuring residents and business owners have the opportunity to provide valuable input for the 5-year NPP Implementation Plan.

The deadline for completing the survey, which is available in multiple languages, is Friday, December 31st at 12 midnight. Go to to help us create a community-driven vision for the future of the NEWTON TOWN CENTER DISTRICT.  

Thank you!

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