THE BOROUGH OF HADDON HEIGHTS is seeking temporary/seasonal labor. Applicants must be a minimum 18 years of age. Duties include general labor, landscaping, painting, hauling, lifting, street patching, sewer (sanitary and storm), operation of equipment and other various public works projects as assigned. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. Rate of pay is $12 per hour. Hours are Monday through Friday, 7 am to 3 pm., excluding lunch, 37 ½ hours. No benefits are afforded with this position. All candidates must possess a valid NJ Driver’s License and are subject to random drug/alcohol testing, a physical and a criminal background check. Interested candidates should complete a Haddon Heights Employment … Continue reading
The Borough is making ADA improvements to the Borough Hall Entrance. There will be a temporary entrance with a ramp on the right side of building (closest to Atlantic Avenue). The project is expected to be completed within one week. Please pardon our appearance during this project. Any questions should be directed to Kelly Santosusso at *protected email* or 856-547-7164, ext. 30.
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Per Ordinance 2018:1453, no residential properties may change ownership or tenancy until a Certificate of Continued Occupancy (CCO) is issued by the Zoning Officer and a Smoke Detector/Carbon Monoxide Inspection is also required by the Fire Department. Zoning Officer: 856-546-2580 | Fire Department: 856-546-7135 Certificate of Continued Occupancy Application ORDINANCE 2018:1453 AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED “RESIDENTIAL CERTIFICATE OF CONTINUED OCCUPANCY” OF THE CODE OF THE BOROUGH OF HADDON HEIGHTS, IN THE COUNTY OF CAMDEN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY
Mayor and Borough Council have been working with the Camden County Freeholder Board to bring pedestrian improvements to Station Avenue at East and West Atlantic Avenues. The Borough has worked with the County’s Department of Public Works and County Engineer’s office to develop a plan to enhance the pedestrian crossings at this six leg intersection. These enhancements include additional pedestrian crossing signage, high visibility crosswalks, and high visibility stamped synthetic pavement transitions from handicap ramps to crosswalks. Conceptual plan and views of the new improvements: CONCEPT PLAN FOR STATION AND ATLANTICS CONCEPT VIEWS FOR STATION AND ATLANTICS Detailed engineering design drawings are on file with the Borough Clerk.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Solid Waste, has marked the 30th anniversary of the enactment of the NJ Statewide Mandatory Source Separation and Recycling Act by establishing a goal of recycling 50 percent of our municipal waste stream. Haddon Heights, like all other municipalities in New Jersey, was tasked to update their Recycling Programs to ensure that all residential and commercial property owners are aware of the requirement to recycle. I remind you that you must recycle all items listed in Chapter 393 of the Borough Code. The code is accessible online at www.haddonhts.com and ask that you commit your household or business to pay special … Continue reading