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,



Please join us at Delran Community Day on October 4th for a wonderful day filled with fun and games for the entire family.  The event will be held at Holy Cross High School from 12-4 PM.  A $3.00 donation for unlimited ride access will help support “Build Jake’s Place Delran”.   We appreciate the efforts from everyone involved in making this a successful event. 

Delran Community Park has officially opened to the public.  The site currently includes four baseball/softball fields including one turf field.   In the spring, we hope to have bathroom/concession facility constructed and will host an official grand opening of the park.  Take some time to visit the park and enjoy all that it has to offer the residents. 

The Township has received a grant in the amount of $176,000 from the NJ Department of Transportation as part of the Safe Street to Transit Program.  I would like to thank Senator Diane Allen, Assemblyman Herb Conaway and Assemblyman Troy Singleton for their continued efforts to help Delran pursue grant opportunities.  This grant will allow the Township to complete the sidewalk project along Route 130 and help make the highway a safer place for pedestrians.

Finally, I would like to wish all the residents of Delran a safe and happy fall. 

Ken Paris 
Delran Township Mayor