Pet Licensing 2017

Cat and Dog Licenses are due to renewed. To avoid the late free of $10.00, you must obtain your pet’s license on or before Friday June 30, 2017. 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). If you recieved a letter in the mail from us to renew your pets license and the rabies expiration date on the sticker we attached to the letter is good through November 1, 2017, there is no need to bring a copy of the rabis vaccine to the office, since we already have the up to … Continue reading

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Hazard Mitigation Plan

On November 4, 2016, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) designated the Camden County portion of the Mitigation Plan for Four New Jersey Counties (NJ4 HMP) as “approvable pending adoption”. As a participating municipality, the borough will be adopting this plan by resolution. To access the plan, please follow the directions here.

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Shade Tree Commission- Planting Trees

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Crossing Guards Needed

The Haddon Heights Police Department is in need of Crossing Guards. If you’re in good health, enjoy being out doors and spending time helping children you may be qualified. Interested applicants should apply at the: Haddon Heights Police Department 625 Station Avenue Haddon Heights, NJ 08035 Please call 856-547-0614 ext. 10 if you have any questions. Crossing Guards typically start part time and move to a permanent position when a post becomes available. Hourly Pay is $11.89.   .  

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Resources from FEMA for Seniors to Learn How to Prepare for Emergencies

  Please review these resources to obtain information and tools to help seniors learn how to prepare for emergencies: Operation Emergency Prepare – You can help your community prepare for an emergency with this how-to guide. It includes basic tips and several checklists. There’s also a short video that presents some basic tips and information about the project. (AARP) Emergency Preparedness – Find best practices and resources to help you better prepare for all types of emergencies. You can get information for individuals as well as service providers and communities. (Department of Health and Human Services) Seniors – Do you have anyone who will check in on you in an emergency? Every senior … Continue reading

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