What Is A BID?

The Improvement District (whether business, or special, or downtown or some other name) is a model for management of the municipality’s commercial corridor. It is authorized by state law (the Pedestrian Mall and Special Improvement District Act, N.J.S.A. 40:56-65, et seq.) to be formed by ordinance in any municipality in New Jersey. The Improvement District provides a mechanism for the businesses and property owners of a community to organize as a single entity, to raise funds for activities that enhance or expand upon municipal services, and through a District Management Corporation, to manage themselves to become a more effective destination for commerce.

Am I A BID Member?

You and your business are considered a BID member if your business property falls within the limits of the town-defined business district. The district extends from Route 57 to Lawrence Drive, Willow Grove Street, Route 517 to the town line up to Cochran’s Funeral Home, from Stiger Street to Hackettstown Motor Imports, and Grand Avenue.

Having a Hackettstown mailing address for business or residence does not automatically qualify one’s business to be included in the BID. Mixed use or commercial properties can be considered, however properties are predominantly retail-oriented, and residential properties are not considered or included.

For confirmation of whether your business property is included in the business district, please call the BID office at (908) 850-5004.

Why Hackettstown?

Nestled on the edge of Morris and Warren County, Hackettstown New Jersey enjoys the convenience of many larger communities while maintaining small town charm.

The home of Centenary UniversityMars Wrigley Confectionery  and Hackettstown Medical Center, we enjoy active business and community relationships.

Please find additional information about Hackettstown and the surrounding area.

Please feel free to contact the Business Improvement District offices for additional information about properties and local needs and interests.