2018 Winter Festival/Tree Lighting

POSTED ON
December 04

Due to inclement weather the Winter Festival has been cancelled.  

However, in an effort to carry on our tradition of hosting a tree lighting each year, we are pleased to announce that we will have a smaller Tree Lighting Ceremony with limited space, no skating rink, nor food trucks on Friday, December 7th, start at 6 PM in the lobby of the Municipal Building. Santa will arrive by fire truck at 7 PM to light the tree and take pictures with the children. There will be snacks, crafts, and pictures with Santa.

 

 

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Leaf Collection/Chipper Updates

POSTED ON
December 03

Updated 12/3/2018 

LEAF COLLECTION - SPRING/FALLL

Please have all leaves to the curb is by 12/1/18.  Public Works will make their final rounds through the town beginning 12/3/18.

The Chipper

Branch pickup has been completed.  Public Works will begin pickup again on April 1, 2019.  Please do not put any branches out to the curb until then.  Thank you.

 

Just a Reminder – The last time to have your branches out to the curb is October 1st.  We will begin Leaf pickup on October 8th

  • NOTE:  No pile of yard trimmings bigger than 4 Cubic Yards or 12’ Long x 3’ High x 3’ Wide will be picked up.  It will be left and the resident will have ten days to dispose of it.  Please see full instructions for branches, root balls and leaves under Departments/Public Works/ Branch Pickup.

FOR MORE INFO CALL 856-461-7737

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hartford Road Resurfacing/Detour

POSTED ON
October 31

Hartford Road Resurfacing Schedule.  Work will take place from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm.  During construction the lane in which the contractor is working will be closed to traffic and detoured via Borton Mills Road/Westfield Road/Bridgeboro Road.  The opposite direction will be open to traffic.

Oct. 31    Asphalt Milling the West Bound Direction (heading toward Rt 130)
Nov. 1     Asphalt Milling the East Bound Direction
Nov. 2     Start Paving the West Bound Direction (heading toward Rt 130)
Nov.5      Start Paving the East Bound Direction

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Conrow Park Closure

POSTED ON
September 20

Attention Delran Residents

CONROW PARK WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Conrow Park will be under construction starting September 24, 2018 for renovations.  The park will be closed to everyone until the completion of the project.   

Update:  Conrow Park improvements are on schedule.  Old equipment has been removed and we are awaiting delivery of the new equipment.  Once delivered an installation date will be set.  We will continue to keep everyone updated on the progress.  

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Phone Scam

POSTED ON
August 27

PHONE SCAM:  Several residents have received phones calls from a number showing up as the Delran Sewerage Authority indicating that their account is delinquent and funds are owed to the Township.   Be advised that this is a scam and the phone calls are not coming from the Township.  If anyone has any questions regarding their account please contact the Delran Sewer Department at (856) 461-2284.     

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Delran/Riverside Emergency Squad

POSTED ON
July 10

The Delran/Riverside Emergency Squad  is a private organization that has provided emergency services to Delran Township.  On Monday, July 9th the NJ Department of Health served a notice of Summary suspension for infractions of New Jersey Department of Health Regulations and has suspensed operation of the Squad at this time.  The NJ Department of Health continues to investigate  this matter.  

The Burlington County Emergency Services staff and the State Department of Health have worked with area Emergency Squads to provide the Township with immediate round the clock Ambulance Services and as a result, there has been no interruption in service.

Currently, Endeavor Emergency Squad, Moorestown Emergency Squad, Palmyra Emergency Squad and Lumberton Emergency Squad have been working out of the Delran Municipal Complex to provide this service to our residents from our location. The Township is continuing to work on this situation to ensure residents are protected while the Delran/Riverside Emergency Squad works to have their licensing restored.

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River LINE Track Work

POSTED ON
April 20

ATTENTION RESIDENTS - Be advised that the River LINE Track Department will be performing high speed surfacing work as part of its capital maintenance work project beginning on Sunday, April 22, 2018, between the hours of 10:00 p.m. through 5:00 a.m. Work will start in Cinnaminson and move into Delran.

 

 

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Photos from 2016-2017 Road Program

POSTED ON
December 04

PHOTOS FROM THE 2016-2017 ROAD PROGRAM 

Cleveland - Before                                              Cleveland - After 

  

Fox Chase - Before                                           Fox Chase After 

 

Greenbriar - Before                                           Greenbriar - After 

 

Main - Before                                                     Main - After 

 

Oxford - Before                                                  Oxford - After

 

 

 

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Black Bears in New Jersey

POSTED ON
August 18

As part of their ongoing public-education effort, the NJDEP has asked to Township to post a link to their website with information on black bears in NJ. To visit their website - CLICK HERE

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Route 130 Safety

POSTED ON
July 28

July 28, 2017 - Unfortunately, this week we have lost another resident to an accident on the most dangerous road in New Jersey. Our condolences go out to his family for their unconscionable loss.

Since Route 130 is a state owned and operated road, we have been working with the state Department of Transportation to address the ongoing safety problem with pedestrian traffic. Our discussion continued this week with Assemblyman Troy Singleton and has resulted in his attached letter to NJDOT Commissioner Hammer. His letter requests that the Delran portion of Route 130 be included in the state’s ongoing effort to make this road safer. Delran thanks the Assemblyman and the Department of Transportation for their continued efforts to help with this enormous problem.

CLICK HERE TO READ A COPY OF THE LETTER

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