A gas-leak issue in the area of Quakerbridge Rd has resulted in a road CLOSURE and detours until further notice.

Repair efforts will continue well into this evening (Wednesday, November 14, 2018) and motorists should attempt to avoid this area if possible.

Traffic is currently being detoured in the following manner:

Quakerbridge Rd South Bound Traffic:  Vehicles Taking Nami Ln to Thomas J Rhodes Dr to Quakerbridge Plaza Dr back to Quakerbridge Rd
Quakerbridge Rd North Bound Traffic: Vehicles Taking Flock Rd to Edinburg Rd to Hughes Dr. (and eventually back to Quakerbridge Rd) 

PSE&G continues to be on site and responding to this issue.

Further updates will be posted when available.

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8/4/2016 - Hamilton Township and CYO Partnership Offers Exciting Activities and Services at Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center


Hamilton Township and CYO Partnership Offers Exciting Activities and Services at Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center

In the attached photograph, Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly Yaede and Economic Development Director Marty Flynn join CYO of Mercer County Executive Director Tom Mladenetz, CYO Bromley Center Camp Director Donna Marie Clancy and CYO Bromley Center summer campers at the playground located at the Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center.  Photograph courtesy of Hamilton Township.     

Thanks to the partnership between the Hamilton Township Municipal Government and the CYO of Mercer County, exciting activities and great services continued to be offered at Hamilton’s Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center. 

While summer camp continues, August brings a bus trip to Clementon Park & Splash World for Hamilton children and their parents or guardians while at the summer’s end, the Center’s annual ‘Back 2 School’ distribution of school back packs returns. 

During the three year partnership between Hamilton Township and the CYO of Mercer County, the CYO’s operation of the Township facility has continued to hold great activities, while also operating a food pantry, administering a summer food service program for children, running evening youth programs, holding drop-in tutoring services and offering a computer lab, hall rentals, senior citizen programs and much more. 

“The Bromley Center continues to provide needed services and assistance thanks to efforts of the CYO of Mercer County,” says Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly Yaede.  “I encourage residents to take advantage of the great programs, activities and services that are available at the Bromley Center.” 

“The CYO of Mercer County has enjoyed being a part of the Bromley neighborhood and the Hamilton Township community; and we look forward to continuing to offer programs and services to our fellow neighbors,” says CYO of Mercer County Executive Director Tom Mladenetz.  “We hope that even more Hamiltonians will take advantage of all we have to offer at the  Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center.” 

Residents can learn more about the programs and services available at the Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center by visiting, calling 609.587.8100 or stopping by the center (located at 1801 East State Street, Hamilton, NJ 08609).