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.
Caucus at 7 p.m. – Borough Hall Conference Room Business Session 7:30 p.m. – Borough Auditorium
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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
Cat and Dog Licenses must be renewed on or before June 30, 2018 to avoid the $10.00 late fee. If you are coming into the borough hall to renew, please bring a current proof of your pet’s rabies vaccination along with the fee (cash or check). *VACCINATION MUST BE GOOD THROUGH NOVEMBER 1st, 2018. We will be unable to issue the license if the Vaccination expires before 11/1/18. This is a state regulation, you can find more information on the State of NJ’s website. We recommend contacting your vet if you have questions about changing the timing of your pet’s vaccination. The cost for a spayed/neutered cat or dog is still … Continue reading
The Haddon Heights Community Garden (HHCG), located between the park and Kings Highway on Glover Avenue, is currently accepting applications for 10 x 10 foot plots. Residents of Haddon Heights may download the application packet below, fill out the application itself and the waiver, then mail or hand deliver these two documents to Haddon Heights Borough Hall 625 Station Avenue Haddon Heights, NJ 08035 accompanied by a $25 check made out to “Borough of Haddon Heights” and noted with “Community Garden” on the memo line. Applicants should read and retain the list of garden rules. If there are unrented plots remaining after April 1st, non-residents may apply to rent one. Questions … Continue reading