Mercer County Clerk, U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman
to Host Passport Event for Hopewell Valley Residents
Mercer County Clerk Paula Sollami Covello and her staff, in partnership with Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman, will be offering passport services at the Pennington Borough Municipal Building, located at 30 North Main St., on Wednesday, March 15 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Mercer residents interested in renewing or applying for a passport are encouraged to come out and take advantage of this outreach service. Passport photos are also available on site.
To apply for a United States passport, applicants will need 1) Proof of U.S. Citizenship in the form of a state-certified birth certificate, a U.S. naturalization certificate, or a previous U.S. Passport; and 2) Proof of Identity in the form of a current driver’s license or State-issued identification card. No cash or credit cards will be accepted at this event. A check or money order is required. Appointments are recommended and you may call 609-989-6473 to reserve your spot.
If you are unable to take advantage of the passport event, the County Clerk’s Office processes United States passport applications on a regular basis, Monday through Friday, at the County Clerk’s Office, 209 South Broad St., Trenton. Passport applications are also processed at the Mercer County Connection at the Hamilton Square Shopping Center on Highway 33 and Paxson Avenue. To make an appointment at the Mercer County Connection in Hamilton, call 609-890-9800.
For more information regarding our passport services and what to bring when you visit, please visit the Mercer County Clerk’s Passport Services Page.
For more information, please call 609-989-6473 or 609-989-6131.