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Delran Township Case numbers are updated as soon as they are reported to us. The safety of all Delran residents and staff remains our primary concern during the pandemic. Please refer to the links below regarding up-to-date testing/vaccine information and resources.

Confirmed Positive Cases for Delran Residents: 1,828* (As of 6-21-21)

Total Delran Resident Deaths: 18*

*Adjusted Cases have been confirmed as of 6-21-21 based on data analysis conducted by the Burlington County Epidemiologist. Probable Cases will be moved to the adjusted total once confirmed.

Important Links

NJ Testing Finder Tool
Vaccine Pre-Registration Site
NJ COVID-19 Vaccine Locations – For Eligible Recipients

Additional NJ Resources and Assistance

Have general COVID-19 questions? The NJ Poison Control Center and 211 have partnered with the State of NJ to provide information to the Public on COVID-19:

Call: 2-1-1
Call (24/7): 1-800-962-1253
Text: NJCOVID to 898-211
Text: your zip code to 898-211 for live text assistance

Chief Parente Retires

On April 7, 2021, the Delran Township Police Department held a final radio signoff ceremony for our Retiring Chief of Police, Alfonso A. Parente, Jr. after 30 years of dedicated service to the Township of Delran. It has been our honor to have him lead the Delran Police Department as Chief of Police for the last 17 years.

Chief Parente was appointed Chief of Police for the Township of Delran on May 21, 2004. Chief Parente’s law enforcement career began in January 1991 when he was appointed as a full-time police officer in Delran. After graduating from the Camden County Police Academy, he was assigned to the patrol division.

In September 1999, he was promoted to Sergeant and assigned to supervise the evening shift. In 2001, he attended the 204th session of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. In May 2002, he was promoted to Lieutenant and assigned as Support Services Commander. Chief Parente is a member of the Burlington County Police Chiefs Association, New Jersey State Chiefs of Police Association, the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the FBI National Academy Associates.

Chief Parente’s dedication to public service is lifelong and began even before his work in Law Enforcement. As a young man growing up he served in both the Endeavor Emergency Squad and the Burlington City Fire Department where he is a life member.

Chief Parente was the longest tenured Chief in Burlington County and as such, he has either promoted or hired most of the current Officers. We would like to express our extreme appreciation for the leadership opportunities he has presented to us and wish him a long, happy, healthy retirement with his family.

The Members of the Delran Police Department are deeply appreciative of everyone who came out to Chief Parente’s final radio call ceremony.

Recycle Coach

Delran residents can now enjoy an even easier approach to accessing Waste and Recycling Information. We are thrilled to have Recycle Coach fully integrated with the most up to date Public Works information available right on our website at

The web-app contains information about our residential garbage and recycling services, leaf and branch pickup, paper shredding events and more that helps you utilize these services more effectively. You can even expect communication directly from us should there be any changes to the program, including schedule updates, through the Recycle Coach app, which is a free  download available directly on your Apple or Android device!

The “What Goes Where?” search engine makes sorting waste and understanding collection requirements much easier. Residents can now search for specific items like “couch” or “TV” and find out exactly what to do with those unwanted items.

The Recycle Coach app is not only a communication platform, but an educational one as well. Articles on a wide variety of topics like garbage and recycling are available on the Recycle Coach website’s Blog, Recyclepedia, and Resources sections.

We hope you enjoy using Recycle Coach as we move forward in making Delran township Public Works services simple, engaging, and easier to navigate.


On **November 3, 2020, an amendment to the State Constitution was approved by ballot vote. This amendment provides that an honorably discharged veteran residing in the State of New Jersey, or their surviving spouses no longer need to serve during a specific war period or other emergency to receive the annual $250 property tax deduction.

Honorably discharged veterans and their surviving spouses can access the application at the below link:

Please provide a COPY of following as proof of qualification for this deduction:


 1. Copy of Form – DD214

 2. Copy of New Jersey Driver’s License

 WIDOW OF A VETERAN in addition to the above

1. Copy of the Veteran’s Death Certificate  

If you have any additional questions or need assistance in completing the application, please contact the assessor’s or collector’s office @ 856-461-7736 or via email at [email protected]