Borough of Merchantville
1 West Maple Avenue
Merchantville, NJ 08109
**** CONSTRUCTION NOTICE RE-PAVING MAPLE AVE ****
The re-paving of Maple Avenue between the area of Poplar Avenue
and Centre Street is due to begin on or about Monday, July 04, 2016.
It is anticipated that the roadway will remain open during the construction.
Various utilities will be working along the route prior to re-paving so
expect some area being posted for No Parking.
More information will follow at the end of this week.
**** CONSTRUCTION NOTICE GAS MAIN REPLACEMENT GLENWOOD AVE ****
Fletcher Creamer Construction will be installing a new gas main and individual services on
Glenwood Ave from Holly to Grant Avenue starting on Friday 08/26/16.
They have also scheduled a gas main replacement on Rogers Avenue from Centre St
to Cove Road, after the Glenwood project is completed.
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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/
if you are interested in helping. Even a week would be most helpful!
MERCHANTVILLE REDEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Downtown Redevelopment Area Adopted Plan
Committee Meeting Minutes
Gazebo walkway repairs
Mayor Edward Brennen
IMPORTANT CHANGES TO 2016 ELECTRONICS COLLECTION IN THE BORO OF MERCHANTVILLE
Merchantville will no longer collect
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
CAT and DOG licensing beginning in 2016
Cat and Dog licensing is a yearly requirement . An animal census will be conducted
later this year and Cats will now require licensing beginning January of 2016.
The cost for spayed/neutered dogs and cats is $18.20 and for non-spayed/neutered
dogs and cats is $23.00. details
Borough Clerk's page - CAT and DOG LICENSE INFORMATION
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.
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Pickup Schedule - Brush and Yard waste
East side: is Centre Street thru Ivins Avenue First and Third Mondays only.
West side: is Centre Street thru West End Avenue Second and Fourth Mondays only.
Centre Street both sides will be picked up with the West side.
No pick up will occur on the Fifth Monday.
Please have items ready for curbside pickup by 7 AM.
NOTE: When your Monday Yard Waste/Brush collection day falls on a Holiday
(Jan 19, Feb 16, May 25, or Sept 7)
the collection day will be Tuesday
Currently, we are participating with the County Office of Emergency
Management to update the municipality’s Hazard Mitigation Plan. The original
plan was adopted several years ago and needs to be updated to maintain
eligibility for certain federal grants as well as make sure we are working
together to reduce the risk from natural disasters and hazards to the extent
possible. If you are interested in learning more about this project, please
visit the project website at :
The website includes current information and also will allow
you to submit any comments or questions
Hazard Mitigation Plan for New Jersey Counties
The Merchantville Police Department is pleased to announce that
we now have a permanent pill collection container located in
Borough Hall. In the past we collected old or unused drugs twice per
Old drugs can now be turned in during normal business hours which
are Mon-Fri 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. The container is located in the main
hallway next to the drinking fountain.
If resident’s have any questions, please feel free to contact the police
department at 856-662-0507.
Updated Recycling Rules