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Parks & Facilities
9/11 Memorial Park
On September 11, 2001 Plainsboro lost 4 residents in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York City. The 9/11 Memorial Park was built with donations from the community in memory of Robert Devitt, Jeffrey Fox, James Potorti and Suresh Yanamadala.
Parks & Facilities Reservations
Find a list of dog park rules and usage guidelines.
Facility Use Eligibility & Guidelines
By ordinance, reservation permits for facility use are issued only to entities that qualify as resident groups or organizations. Find guidelines for registration and reservations.
Parks Use Eligibility & Guidelines
By ordinance, reservation permits for park facility use are issued only to qualified Plainsboro residents, Plainsboro businesses, and Plainsboro based leagues/organizations. Read through guidelines governing that process.
Park rangers patrol township parks throughout the year checking permits and enforcing township park ordinances.
Read a basic list of park rules and access a complete list of park ordinances.
View a list of parks, amenities, and directions to parks.
The Plainsboro Preserve, located on Scotts Corner Road, includes over 1,000 acres of undisturbed open space with nature trails and 50-acre McCormack Lake.