hillipsburg, in Warren County, is a town rich in history and possibility. First named on a map in 1754, the town is located at the forks of the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers. It was the starting point for the ambitious Morris Canal that extended transportation routes from the Delaware River to Jersey City on the Hudson. Phillipsburg's heritage and riverside location make it a fine destination for the tourist interested in history, commerce, and recreation such as canoeing and kayaking.
Each year the PDA sponsors a series of events that bring both residents and visitors to the downtown area. These events highlight both business and tourist attractions. Visit the "EVENTS" page on this website for more information.
BRIDGE AT NIGHT
The “Free Bridge”
One of the many
wonderful and historic
sites you can witness in
The Phillipsburg Downtown Association envisions an active and vibrant downtown that preserves the historic character, enhances natural resources and encourages new and continuing opportunities for growth, economically, socially and culturally.
TO PROMOTE THE REVITALIZATION & GROWTH OF DOWNTOWN PHILLIPSBURG
HISTORIC, YET MODERN, PHILLIPSBURG NEW JERSEY
he Phillipsburg Downtown Association (PDA), a non-profit corporation, has been working for over 10 years to bring attention to the benefits of this historical area and support efforts to revitalize businesses and residences along the Main Street corridor and the surrounding area.