News

  • Gloucester County Event January 15, 2020 If you’re interested in a different Valentine’s dinner, reservations are being accepted to have a dinner at the James and Ann Whitall House at the Red Bank Battlefield in National Park on February 15th.  The dinner is $22.00 a person.  Additional details, menu options and reservation information can be found in the brochure.
  • Items to be Recycled January 13, 2020 The Public Works Department would like to remind everyone of the guidelines specific to our single stream recycling. The Single Stream Recycling flyer lists items that can be placed in your recyclable bin, unfortunately if your bin contains items that do not comply, they will not be collected.  If you have any questions, please call the ...
  • Elected Officials January 7, 2020 Congratulations to both Paul Mailley and Travis Lawrence who were sworn into office at the January 6th Reorganization meeting to three year terms as Council Members.  Visit the  Council Meetings page for the the list of 2020 meeting dates.
  • Snow Removal January 2, 2020 Now that the winter season is here, the Code Enforcement Department would like to remind residents of some seasonal Ordinances.  Many of the Ordinances apply to either the property owner or the tenants. The following Ordinances instructs that the owners or tenants shall remove the snow from their sidewalks within ten (10) hours of daylight if ...
  • Attention Dog and Cat Owners January 2, 2020 DOG/CAT LICENSES All dog and cats, age six months or over are required to be licensed starting January 2, 2020. Details on licensing your pet, can be found on the Pet Licensing page found in this web site along with the Application to License your Pet.  (Please note that in order to register your dog for ...
  • Gloucester County High School Seniors December 12, 2019 If you are a high school senior and plan to attend Rowan College South Jersey and want to apply for a program offered by the Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders for a “Gloucester County Intern Scholarship Program” that provides qualified, first-year students with up to a four-year tuition and fees award, along with specific ...
  • Spring Soccer Online Registration December 9, 2019 Spring Soccer Registration is going on now!  The season will open in three months so depending on the player’s age, please note the following: TRAVEL SOCCER (Born in 2012 or earlier) – due to league deadlines for travel soccer, all travel players must register by December 31.  After December 31, a late fee will be applied ...
  • Spotted Lanternfly – Bad Bug! September 4, 2019 The Spotted Lanternfly is a plant hopper that causes damage to fruit trees (plums, cherries, peaches, nectarines, apricots and apple), woody trees, such as Pine and Maple as well as vegetables, herbs and vines, including agricultural crops like grapes and hops.  For more information on this invasive species, you can download information received from the ...
  • School Bus Safety August 29, 2019 Please remember when the school bus lights are flashing and the stop sign is extended – do not pass the bus!
  • Exciting News from the Westville Library June 21, 2019 Working with the New Jersey State Library, the Westville Library is now able to provide two new digital services.  The first service is “hoopla”, which enables users to download and stream free videos, music, audiobooks, comics and ebooks on mobile devices or personal computers and the second service is access to ancestry.com (library edition), which ...

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  • Remember to ask anyone claiming to be a Borough employee for their ID.  Call the Police at 856-456-0028 if you suspect someone is attempting to gain access to your property and does not have the proper Borough identification.

  • Public Works asks that you do not purchase a large 64 gallon trash container since they cannot be emptied into the trash truck.  Additionally containers cannot exceed 50 pounds.