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  • Flu Shot Schedule September 11, 2019 Getting an annual vaccination is the best way to protect you and your family against the flu.  Vaccine viruses are chosen to maximize the likelihood that the influenza vaccine will protect against the viruses most likely to spread and cause illness among people during the upcoming flu season.  The Gloucester of County Department of Health ...
  • Thank you to Westville Police Officers September 4, 2019 Officers acknowledged for a job well done!  Thanks to the Rolling Badges for acknowledging two of Westville’s Police Officers, Lt. Michael Packer and Patrolman Erik Hibbs, along with other officers who assisted the organization with their “Blessing of the Bikes” event that benefited the children of CHOP Voorhees and Voorhees Pediatrics and involved approximatley 225-250 ...
  • 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 Children are heading back to school and school buses will be on the road.  Please remember when the school bus lights are flashing and the stop sign is extended – do not pass the bus!
  • Shredding Event! August 20, 2019 Help protect yourself from Identity Theft and Financial Fraud by participating in Westville’s shredding event on Saturday, September 28, 2019.  Bring your bags or boxes of paper that need to be destroyed to the Public Works parking lot at 114 Crown Point Road between the hours of 9 a.m. and noon to have your confidential ...
  • FEMA response to Flooding August 8, 2019 FEMA completed its report of the flooding in Westville that occurred June 19-20, 2019 and determined that ground water damage is not eligible for FEMA funding.  Residents with questions can contact the FEMA help line at 1-800-621-3362 or the State of New Jersey Emergency Management Office: New Jersey State Police New Jersey Office of Emergency Management P.O. Box ...
  • Gator Youth Football and Cheer! August 7, 2019 Registrations for the Gator Youth Football and Cheer programs are now being accepted.  Open this page for details on age requirements and the cost to participate in the Football program.  The organization is also in need of coaches for both the Football and Cheer programs.  For more information on volunteering, contact the Gator Youth Football ...
  • Westville Soccer Registration August 7, 2019 Registration information for the 2019 Fall Recreation Season   Registration Times: Saturday, August 17th from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, August 24th from 10 a.m. to noon Where to Register: Soccer clubhouse located on Chestnut Street (behind Pellegrino Chevrolet) Divisions: Clinic ages 3 to 4 – players born 2015 and 2016 Micros ages 5 to 6 – players born 2013 and 2014 Fees: 1 player $50 ...
  • Mosquito Problems? July 30, 2019 If you have mosquito problems, contact the Gloucester County Department of Public Works, Highway Division.  To make a request for mosquito control services, call 856-307-6400.  You can also visit the Mosquito Control Services web page for more information.
  • 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.