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COVID-19 Dashboard

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: 1,972* (As of 9-20-21)

Total Delran Resident Deaths: 20*

*Adjusted Cases have been confirmed as of 9-20-21 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

Domestic Violence Response Team

Burlington County is looking to grow its Domestic Violence Response Team. This team consists of volunteers who work with Providence House, Domestic Violence Services and local police departments to help people who experience domestic violence by empowering and advocating for victims. If you would like to volunteer please contact:Amy Baum, DVRT Coordinator, Providence House, Burlington County Phone: 856-904-4344 E-mail: [email protected]

Property Tax Bills Delayed

Please be advised, due to the delay in receiving the certified tax rate from Burlington County, the mailing of the 2021/2022 Final Property Tax Bills has been delayed.  Ample notice will be given to all residents regarding a new grace period date.  Residents will have at least 25 days from the date of mailing to make payment.  Please contact the tax office if you have any questions at (856) 461-7736 or email [email protected]

Mayor’s Update 6.23.21

On Monday, June 21st, Councilman Lynn Jeney, Councilwoman Parejo, and I were honored to be invited to the Delran Police Department’s 2021 Award Ceremony. It was a great opportunity to show our support for the police and to see them honor one another for their outstanding accomplishments over the last year. In my continued effort to support the Delran Police Department’s inclusive, equitable and positive engagement with our community, I also presented an award for the first time.

After an already distinguished career in public service; from the Delran Emergency Squad to the Delran Fire Department, to law enforcement; Patrolman Michael Lynch contributes in a profound way to the positive impact that the Delran Police Department has on our entire Delran family.  Patrolman Lynch has spent his entire career dedicating himself to this community. 

When he transferred from the Burlington County Sheriff’s Department to our police department in April of 2020, Patrolman Lynch brought an aspirational level of community outreach experience and training with him to serve our residents. 

It was my honor to present him with the first-ever Mayor’s Award – “For consistently demonstrating dedication and service to the community, and for improving outreach and engagement between the Police and the people of Delran.”

I would like to invite Delran residents to join us in congratulating the following officers who received awards:

Patrolman Michael Lynch

  • Exceptional Service Award
  • Mayor’s Award

Detective Robert Fisher

  • Exceptional Service Award 
  • Delran Police Department’s 2021 Officer of the Year 

Patrolman Steve Wallis

  • Life Saving Award
  • Exceptional Service Award

We are so #DelranProud of all of them.