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 is enjoying the wonderful summer weather.  

I am pleased to announce that we recently received a grant from the NJ Department of Transportation under the FY 2017 Municipal Aid program for improvements to Hartford Road in the amount of $193,000.  We will continue to keep the residents updated on the status of the project.

mayorparis.jpgAdditional summer projects include sidewalk installation along the northbound side of Route 130 and the 2016/2017 Road Program which will include the paving of portions of Main Street, Whitemarsh Way, Oxford Road, Drexel Avenue and Greenbriar Road.  The 2017 Capital Budget has also been adopted and we are moving forward with the purchase of equipment for various departments along with improvement to our recreational facilities.  We will also be replacing the Municipal Building roof, which should be completed by spring 2018.  Under the Sewer Capital Budget we will be upgrading the Clay Street Pump Station.  Finally, we continue working with Jake’s Place and are hopeful that work will begin on the playground at Delran Community Park within a year.  

I hope everyone is enjoying the wonderful summer weather. I will continue to update this page as the summer projects move forward.  


Ken Paris 
Delran Township Mayor