The Township of West Windsor lies centrally on the eastern border of Mercer County.  It is surrounded by Princeton Township to the north, by Plainsboro Township and East Windsor Townships to the east, by Robbinsville Township to the south, and Hamilton and Lawrence Townships to the west.  The West Windsor area was originally explored in 1634 by an English captain by the name of Thomas Yong as part of the Delaware Bay.

West Windsor was initially established in 1682 when William Penn signed a treaty with the Lenni Lenape.  In 1731, the area was known as New Windsor Township and it included Princeton Township, Princeton Borough, and East Windsor.  In 1737, the area was sold by Penn’s heirs to the Schenk and Covenhoven families who were Dutch farmers.  In 1751, it became the Township of Windsor.  Princeton was its downtown and was a part of West Windsor during the formation of Princeton University and the revolutionary war.  In 1797, West Windsor Township became incorporated and then included only a portion of Princeton Township and Princeton Borough.

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