What is the County/<Municipality Code for Titusville, NJ, <Mercer County?

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    On the screen that asks you to enter the county/municipality code, you can look up the code for your city or town by clicking the blue link that says "See List of Codes" next to the box where you enter the code. Scroll down to the list for your county, then find your city or town.

    If the name of the place where you live is not listed, enter the code for the municipality where you or your landlord pay property taxes. If you're not sure what the municipality is, you can go to the following link to look up the local place name and find the county and municipality in which it is located.

    http://www.state.nj.us/infobank/locality.htm

    By searching for the local name Titusville at the link above, you find that it is not a municipality. It is part of Hopewell Township in Mercer County. Then, in the list in TurboTax, scroll down to Mercer County and you find that the county/municipality code for Hopewell Township in Mercer County is 1106.
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