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Author: Jamey Eggers

Municipal Building closed to public effective 11/30/2020

Municipal Building Closure


Delran Township Municipal Offices to Remain Closed to the Public Until Further Notice, As Officials Ramp-up Efforts to Slow the Spread of COVID-19. 

To ensure the health and well-being of our employees and residents, the Township Municipal Building will remain closed to the public until further notice. Essential services, such as public safety, are fully operational.  

Thank you for your cooperation and please follow the most recent guidelines issued by Governor Murphy, which can be found here.  We ask for your cooperation, as we do our best to continue non-essential operations in a more limited capacity. More information on how to conduct business with Town Hall can be found below. This situation continues to evolve, so please monitor our website and social media sites for additional information.  As we work to lessen the impact of this global pandemic, the health and safety of all of our neighbors and families is paramount.

Departmental Closure Information:

Clerk/Vital Statistics: The vital statistics office will be operating on a very limited basis.  If you are in need of immediate assistance, please send an email or call (856) 461-7734 and someone will get back to you.  Vital Statistics will be BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

Planning/Zoning Office and Zoning Department: If you are looking to submit a zoning permit you can now do so online or by mail.  please send an email or call (856) 461-8667 and someone will get back to you.

Construction: For assistance from the Construction Office, please call (856) 461-8667 and someone will get back to you.

Police: For non-emergency police matters, please call 856-461-4444.  If you have a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.

Public Works: The Department of Public Works Administrative Offices will remain closed to the public until further notice. Public Works will be continuing to provide services to the best of their ability. If you have an emergency matter that requires immediate assistance, residents should call (856) 461-7737 or email.

Tax Assessor: 
If you are in need of immediate assistance from the Tax Assessor’s office, please email [email protected] or call 856-461-7736. Assessment information, including the 2020 assessment post card, can be found at www.njacb.org.

Tax Collector – Tax/Sewer Payments: There three ways to make payment:

  1. Online, through our secure site
  2. By mailing your check to the following address: Delran Township Tax Collector, 900 Chester Ave, Delran, NJ 08075. 
  3. By dropping your check in the mail slot at the municipal building – the grey drive up mailbox is on the Chester Ave side of the building next to the post office box.

If you have any questions, please email [email protected] or call 856-461-7736 

Traffic Tickets: Traffic tickets can be paid by visiting njcourts.gov. If you have any questions or concerns on how to access information electronically, you can always call Delran Township at 856-461-3888.

General Concerns – missed trash/recycling, a fallen tree, report a pothole, and more: Please report your concern

Holiday Trash Message

Due to the holiday, Thursday trash route will be collected this week on Friday. Friday trash will be collected as scheduled. If for any reason they are not able to collect the entire Friday route, the remainder will be collected on Saturday.

Covid-19 Message

On behalf of the Office of Mayor Ken Paris, the Township Administration, Delran Township Police Department and all Delran Township Public Schools we are advising residents to make necessary precautions during the holiday season to protect themselves, their families and the Township against the virus that causes COVID-19.

Overall the Township has reported 591 cases, with more than half coming within the last 80 calendar days. 

During the holiday season we ask that each resident consider the following recommendations to preserve their own health:

  1. Stay home when you are sick
  2. Avoid/Limit interactions with people that are sick
  3. Wear a face mask when leaving your home
  4. Practice social distancing by staying 6 feet apart
  5. Avoid gatherings that extend outside of your family circle. By limiting close contact with individuals outside your home you will lower the risk of transmitting COVID-19. Individuals with COVID-19 may not have symptoms therefore they may not realize they are spreading the virus.
  6. If a household member has been exposed to COVID-19 or is symptomatic and requires COVID-19 testing, the entire household should remain home awaiting COVID-19 test results and direction from your healthcare provider and the Department of Health.

Zoning Board Meeting Cancelled 11/19/20

The Zoning Board meeting scheduled for Thursday; November 19, 2020 will be cancelled.  The application that was to be heard for Kings at Delran; LLC will be carried over to the December 17, 2020 meeting.  Sorry for any inconvenience.