NOTICE: MUNICIPAL OFFICES

OFFICES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 9-5 PM YOU MUST WEAR A MASK WHEN ENTERING THE BUILDING.  THERE ARE SIGNS AT EACH ENTRANCE INDICATING THIS REQUIREMENT.  IF YOU DO NOT COME IN WITH A MASK, YOU WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE.

No cash payments will be accepted.  Only checks or money order are acceptable forms of payment.  

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To register a foreclosure property (or to file a citizen complaint regarding a property issue), please visit here.  Any questions with respect to registration requirements, registration status, etc. should be directed to SUPPORT@PROCHAMPS.COM.

Meeting Notices


RUNNEMEDE CAUCUS, COUNCIL & PLANNING/ZONING MEETINGS NOTICE:

NEXT MEETING DATES

Caucus Meeting January 25th at 6:00 PM

Council Meeting February 1st at 7:00 PM

Planning/Zoning Board Meeting January 26th at 7:00 PM

PLEASE ACCESS MEETING REMOTELY IF MEETINGS ARE UNABLE TO BE HELD IN PERSON AS FOLLOWS:
Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
https://www.gotomeet.me/RunnemedeBorough/meeting

You can also dial in using your phone.
United States: +1 (872) 240-3412

Access Code: 421-374-949


Announcements


ROAD WORK NOTICE

1st Quarter Taxes due February 10th

2022 1st quarter taxes are due on or before February 10th.
If payment is not received in the office by closing time, February 10th, interest will accrue back to the statutory due date of February 1st.
Payments may be made in person, by mail or placed in the drop box. NO CASH WILL BE ACCEPTED, only checks or money orders.
MASKS ARE REQUIRED IF COMING INTO THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING TO PAY TAXES OR CONDUCT ANY OTHER BUSINESS.

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Division of Taxation’s Property Tax Relief Program

Taxpayer Assistance – Low and Moderate Income Homeowners Property Tax Relief. The Low & Moderate Income Homeowners Property Tax Relief program was designed to lessen the economic burden of the State Education Property Tax on certain at-risk taxpayers. Please click the link provided to learn more: Division of Taxation’s Property Tax Relief Program webpage

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Good Luck to outgoing Police Chief Paul Dailey on his retirement.

Congratulations to Captain William Sampolski who will be appointed the new Police Chief at the Borough’s reorganization meeting on January 4th at 6:00 PM, at the Harry Williams Community Center, 2 Broadway.
Masks and social distancing are required.

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Message From Mayor Nick Kappatos

Mayor Nick Kappatos

To the Residents of Runnemede,

Once again, I must first thank Council President Patty Passio and Councilman John Ranieri for all the work they do to put this newsletter together. Each newsletter is better than the one before, and the amount of information in this one is greater than any before. I hope all of you gain a better understanding of your local government and your community.
So far this year we received $375,000 from the NJ DOT to finish re-paving Shissler Circle, North and South Rowand Ave., and Woodland Ave. The Public Works Department will be replacing its dump truck and the new Fire Engine is on its way to our Fire Co. I am very proud to announce the promotions of both Sergeant Dan Murray and Sergeant Bill Sampolski to Captains. Both have shown their dedication to this community and to their department. The Police Department and town are lucky to have them.
Starting this summer, the Runnemede Board of Education will be renting the second floor of the Borough Municipal Building for their Administrative Offices. Council and I, as well as all the Borough employees want to welcome the BOE and we are very proud of our shared service agreements. Last year we had our Redevelopment Zone approved by the State for area along the Black Horse Pike. This year we will be finalizing our redevelopment plan and updating many of our ordinances to reflect a business-friendly attitude.
I also want to thank all the residents of Runnemede who gave their time to help this year. Especially those who have shown their desire to make Runnemede a better place. Reimagine Runnemede, the Green Team, and the residents that have attended meetings, are adding to our success. As always it is my honor to be the Mayor of Runnemede. Each year continues to show great progress and I look forward to this year being better than the last. Please enjoy this newsletter, it is being sent to every household.

Thank You,

Nick Kappatos