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2 Jake Garzio Drive
Ewing, NJ 08628


Why choose Ewing...

Ewing Township is home to over 2,462 different businesses employing over 16,019 employees.1 Here are just some of the reasons why businesses choose Ewing.

  • Location, location, location...
    Our location along the Delaware River, midway between Philadelphia and New York, with  Trenton/Mercer Airport, the West Trenton Railroad Station and interstate highways makes Ewing a gateway to commerce. 
    Ewing is approximately 35 miles from Philadelphia and about 60 miles from New York City.  We are a first-ring suburb of Trenton, New Jersey’s capital city, directly to its south. 
    Interstate 295 (formerly 95) runs through the northwestern part of the town. Main roadways include State Highways 31 (Pennington Road) 29, and 206. There is also ready access to US Highway 1.
  • Trenton/Mercer Airport (TTN) is located within Township boundaries for convenient and safe travel to and from Mercer County for staff and visitors.  Numerous Fortune 500 companies house their aviation units there.  
  • Ewing is home to both local businesses and international corporations.
  • Our community has a diverse and educated work force.  Proximity to major colleges and universities and New Jersey's research corridor makes it a great relocation choice.
  • Our Economic Development Office works diligently to help both new businesses and established companies
  • Township officials are committed to  growth and business expansion.

1.  2012 Economic Census of the United States

Doing Business in/with Ewing Township

Economic Development Office

This office takes a proactive role in planning for and welcoming new businesses to Ewing.  It works to maintain a continuous dialogue with Ewing's business community in order to determine how the Township may address their needs.  It is their goal to strengthen business activities and the promote business opportunities in Ewing. The Township Planning and Zoning Official, Charles W. Latini, can be reached at (212) 203-5137, or through our Contact Us form.

Ewing Township Redevelopment Authority - ETRA 

A Township Board established in 1998 to encourage revitalization of the Ewing. It works with the Planning and Zoning Official to cultivate and develop Ewing's economic potential.  See our Planning Studies page for current redevelopment plans.  

Licenses and Permits

  • The Municipal Clerk serves as the chief administrative officer responsible for the issuance and acceptance of applications for licenses and permits in the Township.  Click here for the permits/licenses that are issued through this office.
  • Building Permits
    The Code Enforcement Office works to ensure that all construction projects are in compliance with required codes and completed in a safe manner.
  • The Health Department works to ensure consumer, environmental, public and occupational health by conducting annual routine inspections and licensing Ewing businesses.  Click here for the permits/licenses that are issued through this office

Business Registration Certificate

Any businesses planning to contract with Ewing Township is required to provide a Business Registration Certificate certifying that they are properly documented to do business with state, county, and local government in New Jersey.

Programs and Incentives

Green Business Recognition Program

Ewing Township believes that a sustainable community is one that protects the environment by creating and maintaining sustainable ways of living; meets its residents social needs by cultivating a community that welcomes people from all walks of life; and builds strong and diverse economic opportunities. We are working diligently and consistently toward fulfilling those goals.

If your business has implemented changes that embrace greener, more sustainable policies and practices we invite you to join our select list of Ewing businesses that have been recognized for their commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainable business practices. Check out the Ewing Green Team's Green Business Recognition Program for additional information and an application. Once your application is filed you will be contacted by a Green Team representative . If you have completed the pre-determined number of actions, you will be officially named a Ewing Green Business and added to our list of recognized Green Businessess.

Green Business APPLICATION

Has your business implemented changes that embrace greener, more sustainable policies and practices? If you answered 'yes,' you may qualify to be recognized in Ewing's Green Business Recognition Program.
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Recognized Green Businesses in Ewing

Elk’s Lodge #105


Jim Castelize – Exalted Ruler | Fraternal Organization
42 DeCou Ave., West Trenton
Recognized in 2016.
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Ewing Independent Living


Rebecca Lynn | Affordable housing apartments for seniors and adults with developmental disabiltiies
1015 Whitehead Road Extension.
Recognized in 2016.
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Connie Mercer  | Founder and CEO HomeFront Family Campus
101 Celia Way
Recognized in 2019.

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Money Management Associates


Garry M. Keel, Owner | Tax preparation and Financial Services
1194 Parkway Ave.
Recognized in 2016
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Paul’s Liquor Store


Kiran Patel | Retail Liquor Store
1676 Pennington Road, Ewing Township
Recognized in 2016.

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Red Star Pizza


Maria Bua, Owner |  family owned and operated restaurant featuring fresh Italian food
308 Bear Tavern Road, West Trenton
Recognized in 2016
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Robbins Pharmacy


Marc Robbins, Owner |  Retail family owned and operated pharmacy
2108 Pennington Road
Recognized in 2016

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Surface Technology, Inc.


Michael Feldstein | President
1405 Lower Ferry Road
Ewing, NJ 08618
Recognized in 2019
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Abiding Presence Lutheran Church


Pastor Miles Hopgood 
2220 Pennington Road
Ewing, NJ 08638
Recognized June 14, 2022
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Daniel Burke, Landscape Architect, | John Mackin , Manager
1250 Lower Ferry Road
Ewing Township, NJ, 08618
Recognized June 14, 2022
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