Welcome to Delran Township

Incorporated in 1880, with a population of 16,896 people according to the 2010 census, Delran Township is comprised of 7.2 square miles located at the intersection of the Delaware River and the Rancocas Creek in Burlington County, New Jersey. 

Delran is comprised of community minded residents with many business, sporting and recreational opportunities, including water sports, due to its location, and both active and passive recreational opportunities with our over 450 acres of preserved open space. 

We believe this new website exemplifies our community as we hope to make it easy to navigate and welcoming of any suggestions or recommendations that you may have to improve our town or this website.

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From the Mayor's Desk


Dear Friends and Neighbors,

I hope everyone enjoyed the holiday season.

As we begin 2018, one of our first priorities will be to review the 2018 Municipal Budget.  We have met with department heads to review their budget requests and the next step will be to present the budget to Council for their review.  Our goal will be to continue to keep the budget in line to minimize the tax impact for the residents. 


The Delran Township Police Department will continue their Project Medicine Drop Box which is a 24 hour anonymous drop off for unused medications.  Prescription and over-the-counter medications can be brought to the Delran Police Department and discarded in a safe manner.   Please remember to scratch out identifying information on any medicine container you are discarding.

We will be continuing our aggressive road program and have started discussing the road selection for the 2018 road program.  Other capital projects to be completed in 2018 include additional lighting at Delran Community Park, replacement of playground equipment at Conrow Park and final painting improvements on the basketball courts at Ohio State and Brown Street Park.  We will also continue to pursue available state and county grants for recreational and infrastructure improvements.   

With the chance for bad weather during winter months, remember to look out for your neighbors and to do what you can do make sure everyone stays safe.  Please follow the snow emergency policy and remove vehicles from the roads in order for the Public Works Department to plow the roads as effectively as possible. 

I would like to wish everyone a safe and happy new year and look forward to another successful year for Delran Township. 


Ken Paris 
Delran Township Mayor