After Tragedy Documentary
Click here to take you to the Rowan Documentary page to view the After Tragedy documentary.
Heights Ranked 4th of the Ten Best Philadelphia Suburbs
See Movoto.com article here.
Company’s water continues to meet or surpass drinking water standards in all 190 municipalities served
New Jersey American Water’s annual Water Quality Reports are now accessible through its website at newjerseyamwater.com under Water Quality. The annual water quality report details the quality of water supplied by New Jersey American Water against the compliance standards established by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJ DEP). It describes local drinking water sources, testing conducted on the water, substances detected, and the levels of those substances. Commonly asked questions and answers concerning local drinking water are also included. “We are pleased to report that the drinking water we supplied to our customers is of higher quality than required by state and federal drinking water agencies. Our teams of water quality, plant operations, and water distribution professionals work hard each and every day to ensure the highest quality water and service to our customers in 190 municipalities across the state,” said Anthony Matarazzo, senior director of Water Quality and Environmental Management, New Jersey American Water. “These annual results are a testament to our employees’ dedication to excellence, and we encourage our customers to read the information provided in these reports.” In addition to the their water quality report, customers can learn more about New Jersey American Water’s environmental stewardship and obtain further information on water quality at www.newjerseyamwater.com. Printed copies of the report are also available to customers who do not wish to access it online. Customers can call the company’s customer service center at 800-272-1325 to request a hard copy of their local district’s report.
‘Haddon Heights Inspires Affection’ Haddon Heights in the news!
‘Haddon Heights: Americana Never Goes Out of Style’!
Please see the article about Haddon Heights Real Estate in Philly Magazine here!
Haddon Heights Was Named #86 in NJ Magazines List of ‘Top 100 NJ Towns’!
See the article here.
Camden County Home Improvement Program*
See the details here!
Senior Community Table
Free for lunch? Haddon Heights Senior Citizens have been meeting at a Community Table in our local restaurants for over a year now! What’s a Community Table? A long table where people come for lunch, sit together, order from the regular menu, pay their own bill and socialize with new and old friends. The Haddon Heights Senior Citizens group will meet at the Community Table anytime between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at the following Haddon Heights restaurants. Please join us!
Call Rose Fitzgerald at 547-3950 for more information.
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Project Medicine Drop
The Borough of Haddon Heights is now participation in Project Medicine Drop. You can anonymously drop off old expired medications, medications you no longer use, and other drugs. Whenever Borough Hall is open to the public, you can dispose of your unwanted medications/drugs at your convenience. The mailbox style drop-box is located in Borough Hall at the Police Department courtesy window. You do not have to check-in with the police department, just deposit the medication into the box as you would a mailbox. On weekends and after business hours, you can make arrangements with an officer to let you into the building to use the drop-box. We do recommend that you remove all personal information from the medicine bottles/containers prior to depositing them into the box. If you have any questions, please contact Captain M. Valvardi at 856-547-0614, ext. 14. See www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/meddrop/
Shade Tree Commission
Review the booklet prepared by Steve Dorsey, Arborist, A Walking Arboretum.
Haddon Heights is up and Running on Channel 19!
Can’t get to your computer and want to know what’s happening in Heights? Tune in to Channel 19 for the latest information about your town. Channel 19 will be a great source of information to many of our residents, including senior residents who may not have access to computers. Spread the word!