Robbinsville Township is 20.491 square miles and includes the Village of Windsor in Mercer County, New Jersey. Its current population according to the 2020 US Census is 15,476 with a median age of 39.1 years.
The median household income is $151,938, with an a median family income of $179,116. The average assessed home value is $378,600. The median home value with a mortgage is $412,500.
The 2022 tax rate is 53.9 cents per $100 of assessed value. A penny in the Robbinsville tax rate is worth $265,905.75. The tax base is 75 percent residential and 22 percent industrial/commercial. According to Standard & Poors Global Ratings as of 2021. Robbinsville Township had a projected per capita effective buying income of 187 percent the national level. Overall, the township's aggregate true market value was $2.83 billion in 2021.
The Mercer County unemployment rate was 2.4 percent as of October, 2022.
The crime rate in Robbinsville is well below the national average. According to Safewise, an online safety consulting website which ranked Robbinsville among the 10 safest towns in the state, the violent crime rate here was 0.1 per 1,000 people for three continuous years – 2020, 2021 and 2022. The property crime rate dropped to 3.1 in 2022 from 3.5 last year and 4.0 in 2020.
There were 10,678 registered voters as of November, 2020.
According to the 2020 US Census and disseminated in September, 2021 by the Robbinsville Advance, Robbinsville Township grew at a rate that was more than double the county and state averages, with a population increase of 13.4 percent since the last Census in 2010.
The overall population grew by 1,834 - from 13,642 in 2010 to 15,476 in 2020. The number of housing units in Robbinsville went up by 410 from 5,277 to 5,687 (7.8 percent). There were 208 houses reported as being vacant.
In terms of cultural diversity, the total Caucasian population decreased 14.1 percent from 11,131 to 9,528. The percentage of white residents went from 81.6 percent in 2010 to 61.6 percent in 2020. The second highest percentage jump was the Asian population, which went from 12.7 percent in 2010 to almost 30 percent in 2020. Overall, the Asian population increased 149 percent - from 1,729 to 4,312. The number of Hispanic/Latino residents increased 40.1 percent from 564 to 790, and the number of Black residents went up 13.4 percent from 426 to 483.
The number of people identifying as being of two or more races increased a dramatic 254.1 percent from 246 to 871.
US News & World Report's 2022 Ranking & Evaluation of Robbinsville High School can be found HERE.
2020 Population (US Census): 15,476
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