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  • February Crime Stats and Code Enforcement Activities March 3, 2021
    CRIME STATISTICS FOR FEBRUARY 2021 A female was arrested for Disorderly Conduct after causing a disturbance in a convenient store. A male was arrested after being found in a vacant property on Gateway Boulevard. He was charged with Burglary and Possession of CDS. A male was arrested for Violation of a Restraining Order. Officers investigated a harassment complaint that ...
  • Town Watch Meeting March 3, 2021
    The first Town Watch Meeting will be held on Thursday, March 25, 2021 at 6 p.m.   The meeting will be held at 165 Broadway in Council Chambers and COVID guidelines will be followed. Residents who signed up for this committee will receive a call from Mayor Sims inviting them to the meeting that will include staff ...
  • Council Meetings Going Live March 3, 2021
    Starting Thursday, March 18, 2021, all council meetings will be “live” and held at 165 Broadway in Council Chambers.  Meetings begin at 7 p.m. and COVID guidelines will be followed.   Visit this page for a list of all council and work session meetings.
  • Job Opening in Public Works February 25, 2021
    The Public Works Department has a job opening for a Laborer position.   Experience is preferred, but not necessary.  Incumbent will be required to perform all labor work in the Highway Division. A valid New Jersey Commercial Drivers License with the necessary endorsements will be essential and must be obtained within six months of hire.  Additional information below: Laborer ...
  • Shredding Event! February 24, 2021
    Help protect yourself from Identity Theft and Financial Fraud by participating in Westville’s shredding event on Saturday, May 8, 2021.  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 ...
  • Household Special Waste February 19, 2021
    The Gloucester County Improvement Authority will hold a “Special Household Waste Collection Days” on April 17, 2021 and September 25, 2021 from 8 am to 2 pm in South Harrison Township and May 15, 2021 and October 16, 2021 in Clayton – both events will be held rain or shine.   Acceptable materials (oil paint, stains, ...
  • March is Tire Amnesty Month February 19, 2021
    Auto and passenger pickup tires can be dropped off at the Gloucester County Solid Waste Complex located at 493 Monroeville Road (Rt. 695) South Harrison Township from March 1 through March 31, Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and on Saturday, March 20 from 8:00 a.m. to noon.  (rain or shine)  Tire Amnesty ...
  • “No Knock Registry” February 16, 2021
    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 ...
  • Clearing Sidewalks February 3, 2021
    Reminder that the code of the Borough of Westville requires owners, tenants or occupants to remove snow and/or ice from their sidewalks within 10 hours of daylight after a storm. Unfortunately, failure to comply with Chapter 336, Article II, Section 336-3 of the Borough Code, may result in the owner, tenant or occupant receiving a ...
  • January 2021 Crime and Code Enforcement Reports February 2, 2021
    Starting January 2021, the Borough will post both the Crime Statistics as well as Code Enforcement Violations. January Crime Stats for the Westville Police Department: 1 person was arrested for Possession of CDS and Possession with Intent to Distribute CDS as a result of a motor vehicle stop on Route 295. 5 people were arrested for having active ...

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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.