Milltown is a small borough in Middlesex County with a population of 6,893 as of the 2010 Census on a land mass of approximately 1.6 square miles.  Milltown borders North Brunswick Township to the west, and East Brunswick Township to the east.

The Lawrence Brook, a tributary of the Raritan River, flows through the borough after exiting the Farrington Lake. The dam under Main Street creates a reservoir called the Mill Pond.

Milltown has several public parks throughout the borough with amentities including playground equipment, picnic groves, and varous sports including tennis, soccer, baseball, basketball, handball, a community pool, and open spaces.

Students in public school for grades Kindergarten through eighth grade attend the Milltown Public Schools. For ninth through twelfth grades, public school students attend Spotswood High School in Spotswood as part of a sending/receiving relationship with the Spotswood Public Schools.Our Lady of Lourdes School (PreK-8) operates under the supervision of Roman Catholic Diocese of Metuchen.

Photo:  Lawrence Brook Riverwalk in Milltown, New Jersey.

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