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  • PTR Submissions October 27, 2020
    PTR filings have been extended to December 31, 2020.
  • Gloucester County Flu Schedule October 15, 2020
    This year the County of Gloucester Department of Health will only hold “drive through” flu clinics that will be held in Clayton, Mantua, Sewell and Swedesboro.   Download the 2020 Flu Schedule and Consent form.
  • ROLLING BADGES – TURKEY DINNER October 14, 2020
    Following COVID-19 guidelines, the Rolling Badges will be following their tradition of distributing turkey dinners to Westville seniors and those in need on November 21, 2020.  Dinners can be picked up at the Clubhouse located at 4 Heroes Way (formerly Deadline Drive) in Westville after 3 p.m. The Rolling Badges would love to treat you to ...
  • 2020 Gloucester County Recycling Guide September 14, 2020
    The 2020 Gloucester County Recycling Guide is available for download.  The booklet contains information on what items are eligible for recycling, special waste collection days, what to do with old paint and fire extinguishers and provides information on grasscycling and home composting as well as computer, TV and E-Waste recycling and the Tire Amnesty program.  ...
  • Loud Music Follow Up September 2, 2020
    Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney sent a letter to the Borough in response to complaints from the Mayors of Brooklawn, Westville, Gloucester City and Bellmawr concerning loud music coming from his city.  In his letter, Mayor Kenney stated, “Thank you for bringing the matter of excessive noise from motor vehicles to my attention”.  Mayor Kenney’s letter ...
  • Loud Music September 1, 2020
    Mayor and Council are aware of the excessive loud music, coming from boom cars, that is being played between the hours of midnight and 5:30 a.m. in the City of Philadelphia and is a nuisance to Westville residents and to residents in surrounding towns.  Last year our Police Department addressed this issue with the Philadelphia ...
  • “No Knock Registry” August 25, 2020
    In order to protect the privacy rights and safety of our residents, the Governing Body has created a “Do Not Knock Registry” by adopting Ordinance 2-2020 entitled “Ordinance Amending Chapter 254, Peddling and Soliciting, Article II, Canvassing and Soliciting in the Borough of Westville” .  For more information on the “Do Not Knock Registry”, visit ...
  • Borough Survey and Revised Trash and Recycling Schedule August 10, 2020
    On Thursday, July 30, 2020 tax bills were mailed out. In the same mailing, residents were sent an informational letter from Borough Administrator, Ryan Giles, regarding adjustments being made to the Borough’s trash routes and the days trash will be collected.  The revised trash schedule will go into effect on Monday, August 17, 2020. SURVEY:  Also ...
  • “Meet Up” Parking Spot August 10, 2020
    To assist residents with online exchanges and child custody arrangements, the Westville Police Department has put up a “Meet Up” parking spot. The parking spot is under 24-hour surveillance and is located in the parking lot of the Police Department by the fence line where the police vehicles are located. This spot can be used ...
  • Borough Administrative Offices-CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC July 22, 2020
    The Borough Administrative Office as well as the Municipal Court office are still closed to the public; however, staff members are working their normal business hours which are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday.  To reach a staff member, call 856-456-0030 and select the appropriate extension as soon as the recording starts: Borough Administrator/Clerk ...

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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.