Welcome to High Bridge Borough

High Bridge is in Hunterdon County NJ and is an excellent place to live, work, and enjoy! The last stop on New Jersey Transit’s Raritan Valley line, High Bridge offers a rural feel, quaint main street with restaurants, bars, professional businesses, and shops.

The public schools in High Bridge are highly rated. Community events include concerts in the park, annual parades, and sports fields that are constantly in use for football, soccer and softball games.

Recreation in High Bridge is plentiful. The High Bridge Hills Golf Club (HBHGC) is owned by the Borough of High Bridge and operated by a professional golf management company. Off Main street is an entrance to a section of the Columbia Trail — the state’s longest jogging and biking trail. Alongside the trail is Lake Solitude and Ken Lockwood Gorge on the south branch of the Raritan River — a well-known fly-fishing spot.


Mayor and Councilmembers Swearing In On January 5th, 2023

Mayor and Council at the Re-organizational meeting January 5th, 2023. From left to right: Councilman Steven Silvestri, Councilman Christopher Graham, Councilwoman Natalie Ferry, Mayor Michele I. Lee, Councilman Curtis Nowell, Councilman Alan Schwartz, and Councilman Kenneth Doyle.   Mayor Michele I. [...]

Sustainability Hero Michele Lee

  Green team chair is not a traditional committee position that leads to Mayor, but High Bridge Borough Mayor Michele Lee served on the High Bridge Green Team and Environmental Commission before she was elected to mayor in 2019. Now re-elected for a second [...]

High Bridge Police Officers Recognized At Council Meeting

At the Dec 15 Council Meeting, Officer Edward Schaffer was presented with a Life Saving Award for his actions in the line of duty.   Officer Brian Shipps was presented with an Exceptional Duty and Chief's Achievement Award for his work in initiating the Blue [...]

High Bridge Police Department Initiates Blue Envelope Program

Assemblyman DiMaio to prepare legislative bill to expand the ‘Blue Envelope’ Program which helps police communicate with drivers with autism Click here to read more: https://wrnjradio.com/assemblyman-dimaio-to-prepare-legislative-bill-to-expand-the-blue-envelope-program-which-helps-police-communicate-with-drivers-with-autism/

GO Hunterdon and Safe Routes to School Awards

GO Hunterdon presented the Bike Hunterdon Award for the High Bridge Flow trails to the Borough, Avid Trails and JORBA. The High Bridge Middle School, Elementary School and Borough were also recognized for their Safe Routes to School projects.