Borough of Merchantville                  
                          1 West Maple Avenue
                        Merchantville, NJ 08109 

PHONE 856-662-2474 

     FAX 856-662-0461





******  Borough Office Summer Hours  ******


      from June 5, 2017 to September 4, 2017


Monday             8:00 - 4:30

       Tuesday            8:30 - 6:00

       Wednesday        8:00 - 4:30

       Thursday           8:00 - 4:30

       Friday               8:00 - 12:00


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Pictures of August 1, 2017 National Night Out.




**** Notice ***

Delay in mailing third quarter tax bills


The Borough has mailed this years tax bills. 

An extension of the 10 day grace period has been applied until Tuesday August 22.

Please contact the Borough Tax office if you have any additional questions,

856 662 2474 extension 304.


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 Registration Form



PSE&G Prepared to Meet Demand as Temperatures Rise

Offers tips to beat the heat and save on bills




Have a compliment or a complaint?

Don’t recognize the many new officers on the Merchantville Police Force?


     This spring you will have a chance to meet them. Officers will be conducting foot

patrols in town during the afternoon hours on weekends.

     Please take this opportunity to meet all our officers, including the new hires:

Patrolman Joshua Treusch, John Coffey and Stephen Morrone Jr.



Merchantville abandoned properties list

as of 07-2017


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Contact Borough Hall   856-662-2474 x310 or x303


New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program™

Your Power to Save



Join the thousands of New Jersey homeowners, businesses and municipalities

that have taken advantage of incentives offered by

New Jersey's Clean Energy Program™. These programs provide opportunities

for you to save energy, money and help protect our climate and shoreline.

New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program strives to encourage and transform the way

New Jersey consumes and manages its energy usage.

Continue reading to learn more about how you can participate and watch your

savings add up!






The Freeholder Board is proud to announce the state’s first county-wide Smart911 system.

The program will save critical time in emergency situations Smart911 is a free nationwide

service that allows users to create a Smart911 Safety Profile, which provides vital information

to emergency dispatchers and first responders during an emergency. Camden County

residents are encouraged to create their safety profile with Smart911 to have their

information available to dispatchers and to receive emergency notifications. Smart911

is private and secure, is only used for emergency responses, and only made available

to the 9-1-1 system in the event of an emergency call.

Here is the Link to sign-up:    https://www.smart911.com/smart911/registration/registrationLanding.action




Containerized and Bagged Leaves (Biodegradable bags preferred)

Beginning the week of October 17, 2016 the Department of Public Works

will only accept leaves that are either in a container or bagged.

You can bag your leaves in open paper bags or place them in open trash

cans at curbside on the week of your Yard Waste/Brush collection day.


Residents must comply with the following guidelines:

Landscape/lawn services must remove leaves from site.

Leaves loosely raked into the roadway or parkstrip area will not be collected. 


Collections will be made the morning of your regularly scheduled yard

waste/brush week.


If you live east of Centre, your leaf collection will be the

week of the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month beginning at 7 AM.


If you live west of Centre, your leaf collection will be the

week of the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month beginning at 7 AM.


NOTE: Leaves should be placed curbside and must not be mixed with

Friday trash and recyclables.


This schedule works in concert with the existing Yard Waste/Brush

collection days. Once the leaf collection schedule is complete, leaves

may be collected during the regular Yard Waste/Brush collection days.


Check the Borough website homepage “News and Information” for

any leaf collection updates.



Bi-weekly collections mean more timely collections and less inconvenience.

In the past, inclement weather would prevent leaf collection crews from picking

up leaves during a designated week and creating a backlog and an incomplete schedule.

This schedule and procedure alleviates those issues. 


Cleaner, neater neighborhoods with less on-street parking concerns.


A safer condition would exist. There would be less potential for leaves to catch on fire and

there would be fewer wet leaves on which cars could skid.


Bagging of leaves reduces the workload of the Borough's fall leaf collection program,

with cost savings to taxpayers. 


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The Merchantville Garden Club is seeking volunteers to help with watering during the summer

months. Please call  or email Agnes Madden @ 856-663-0599/ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  

if you are interested in helping. Even a week would be most helpful!

Thank you

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Merchantville will no longer collect


Computer Monitors

Computer Towers

Rear Projection TV’S


Residents may take these items to the local Good Will Store or

Magnum Recycling at 5070 B. Central Highway, Pennsauken NJ 08109







PSE&G warns customers about increase in scams


(Newark, N.J. – Dec. 14, 2015) Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G), New Jersey’s largest

utility, is urging its customers to be alert to scams this season. Customers should be cautious of callers who

demand immediate payment via a pre-paid card, and wary of phony utility workers showing up at their

door to “check a problem.” “We’ve seen a significant uptick in the number of scams being reported to us by

customers,” said Greg Dunlap, vice president of Customer Operations for PSE&G. “The only way to

protect against these scams is for customers to be cautious when contacted by someone seeking access

to their home or demanding immediate payment. Even one customer being cheated is one too many.

Phone scammers use scare tactics -- threatening service termination if they do not receive immediate

payment with a pre-paid credit card. PSE&G offers a number of payment options, and would never

require a customer to use one specific type of payment. Door-to-door scammers use trickery

-- showing up at someone’s house dressed like a utility worker and say they need to “check a problem.”

Often, after they gain access they burglarize the home. Always ask for I.D. When in doubt or if

suspicious in any way, PSE&G urges customers to call the number listed on their bill:

1-800-436-PSEG (7734) and report scamming activity to their local police department.

PSE&G Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) is New Jersey’s oldest and largest regulated

gas and electric delivery utility, serving nearly three-quarters of the state’s population.  PSE&G is the

winner of the ReliabilityOne Award for superior electric system reliability.  PSE&G is a subsidiary of

Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated (PSEG) (NYSE:PEG), a diversified energy company.

Visit PSEG at :


PSEG on Facebook

PSEG on Twitter

PSEG on LinkedIn

PSEG blog, Energize!




Mayor's Corner

edward brennan


 October 1, 2016

As we begin to welcome my

favorite  time of year, with

tempatures cooling and

leaves changing, fall brings

a rush of activity and

community events to