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June 2, 2020 Public Meeting

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that in accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act, N.J.S.A. 10:4-6 et seq., and in consideration of Executive Order No. 103, issued by Governor Murphy on March 9, 2020, declaring a State of Emergency and a Public Health Emergency in the State of New Jersey, the Township of Delran does hereby notify the public that to protect the health, safety and welfare of our citizens while ensuring the continued functioning of government, the public meeting of the Mayor and Township Council of the Township of Delran scheduled for June 2, 2020 at 900 Chester Avenue, Delran, New Jersey will be held electronically through Zoom.  Members of the public who wish to participate in the meeting may contact the Municipal Clerk’s office for instructions. Instructions will also be placed on the Township website.  Individuals calling into this number will be able to fully participate in the meeting, including providing public comment.

Direct link to join meeting:

CLICK HERE for detailed instructions on how to participate in the June 2, 2020 meeting.

Delran Township 2020 2nd Quarter tax grace period to be extended to June 1st

Delran Township 2020 2nd Quarter Tax Grace Period to be Extended to June 1st

On May 5th, Township Council passed a Resolution to extend the grace period for payment of the May 1st quarterly property taxes to June 1st. The move comes after Governor Murphy issued an executive order granting municipalities the authority to extend the grace period for the 2020 2nd quarter due on May 1 only.

The executive order does not change the due date of May 1st, but instead extends the grace period for payment to June 1. This allows property owners to make payments to the Tax Collector on or before June 1 without accruing interest or penalties.

Payments received after June 1st will accrue interest from the statutory due date of May 1st.

The Township is encouraging residents that are able to make their payments now to please do so, as these quarterly payments are utilized to keep vital services in the Township running – including Police, Fire, trash and public works, as well as fund our teachers and schools. 

Swedes Run Park and Lake Lonnie will reopen Saturday, May 2, 2020

In accordance with Executive Order No.133, Delran Township will be reopening the following township parks starting Saturday, May 2, 2020: Swedes Run Park and Lake Lonnie.

The following requirements will be in effect to protect the health, safety and welfare of Delran residents:

  • People visiting the parks MUST maintain Social Distancing; it is MANDATORY!  VISITORS MUST STAY 6 FEET APART!   NO SOCIAL GATHERING OF GROUPS! 
  • There shall be no picnics in designated picnic areas or anywhere else.
  • No personal property shall be carried into the parks including but not limited to picnic blankets, chairs, coolers, etc.
  • No organized or contact sports allowed.

We recommend and encourage the wearing of face coverings. 

If residents do not abide by the requirements, the Parks again will be closed to protect the health and welfare of our residents.

Ken Paris,
Mayor, Delran Township

Collection of Bulk Trash

Collection of bulk trash and white goods will resume on Monday, May 11th. We would like to thank the residents for your understanding during the temporary suspension. Please reach out to the Public Works Department at (856) 461-7737 with any questions.

Thank you Puroclean

On behalf of the Mayor and Council we would like to thank Puroclean (Delran Office) for their kind and thoughtful donation to sterilize the Police Department and Police Cars during these very difficult times.  During this pandemic our dedicated employees have continued to work to provide services to the residents of Delran. This is just one of many acts of kindness and sacrifices that our residents and businesses have made during the COVID-19 crisis and it is most appreciated. 

2020 Census Information

Census 2020 has started. The official US Census Day is April 1st. Everyone should already have received their mailed invitation to respond to the Census. For the first time, you can RESPOND ONLINE, BY PHONE, OR BY MAIL, all without leaving the safety of your own home.

It’s very important for New Jersey and Delran Township that every resident gets counted, regardless of age or immigration status. Our Congressional representation depends on it. Over $1 trillion in Federal funding is allocated nationally based wholly or in part on Census counts, including almost $46 billion for New Jersey in FY2017, including about $12 billion for Medicare and Medicaid, $1.6 billion for transportation, and more than $350 million for school breakfast and lunch programs. In these challenging times, it is especially true that continued funding for healthcare, health insurance, and emergency response resources is critical. Let’s make sure that New Jersey gets its fair share by achieving a complete count of all our residents.

You can fill out the Census online or by phone in any of 14 languages (English, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Korean, Russian, Arabic, Tagalog, Polish, French, Haitian Creole, Portuguese, Japanese) and TTY/TDD by phone.

English 844-330-2020 
Spanish 844-468-2020