• Ordinance #18-03 provides general regulations for the safe and sanitary conditions for cats. Moreover, it permits and regulates Community Cat Colonies within the Borough of Runnemede. Finally, the Ordinance allows for the trapping, neutering, vaccination and ear-tipping of community cats. Following this process, they will be returned to the area where they were trapped. This Ordinance serves as a means of controlling the feral cat population and providing for the safety of feral cats and the community at large. Notice in the photo (left) the tipping of the left ear. This is the sign of a cared for feral cat that has been spayed or neutered and vaccinated. Do not take to the pound, they have already been trapped and belong to a feral cat colony. The best help to give these cats is an outdoor shelter and food and water.

  • Public Hearing for Sanitary Sewer Extension & Pump Stations May 31, 2022  6:00 PM Municipal Building 24 N. Black Horse Pike RB2019-7 PLANS RB2019-7 SPECS – COMBINED VOLUMES 2022-04-28

  • Pet Licenses are due on or before March 31, 2022; A late fee of $20 per animal will be assessed after the above date; Animals must have a rabies vaccination good thru at least October 30th; Provide proof of spaying or neutering.

  • Beginning next week, we will start our annual hydrant flushing in Runnemede to clean our distribution mains and perform operational checks on fire hydrants. We expect to be in the area from March 14 thru March 22. While water mains are being cleaned, customers may notice short periods of low water pressure or discolored water. If customers experience temporary water discoloration, New Jersey American Water recommends running the cold water until it is clear. The following steps are also encouraged: Draw water for cooking prior to the flushing period. Store a large bottle of water in the refrigerator for drinking. Check for discolored water before using the washing machine or dishwasher. If water pressure or water volume seems low after flushing has been completed, check faucet screens for trapped particles. In addition to viewing the schedule on the company’s website, customers also have the option to be updated on the local flushing schedule via phone call, text or email by enrolling in New Jersey American Water’s customer notification system at www.mywater.amwater.com.

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  • If anyone has noticed rodents around their properties, the Camden County Department of Health has provided information to help mitigate the problem. An investigator from that department was called in to look into the sightings and has found, as is the case most of the time, residents greatly contribute to the cause. Several residents were cited by the County Health Department for violations. Leaving food outside for other animals, not cleaning up pet feces, allowing bird seed to drop to the ground from bird feeders, uncovered trash receptacles and piles of wood and trash in yards are all problematic and cause infestations. Please take a look at the information provided and use it to evaluate how you maintain your property.

  • Leaf pickup is not just on Monday of the week indicated.  Leaf pickup would be for the entire week.   So if you are east or west side on the calendar, it means leaf pickup will be that entire week on that side of the Black Horse Pike. 2021 Runnemede Leaf Schedule

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  • Please Join Us for A Memorial Gathering Saturday, September 18, 2021 at 11 am Runnemede Green Acres Dettmar Terrace In Loving Memory Of David Venella 1929-2021

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  • Camden County Vaccination Center has hundreds of slots open for appointments for the Janssen vaccine (Johnson & Johnson). The Camden County Vaccination Center has extended hours for this week from April 6th to April 10th in order to vaccinate as many people as possible. The schedule is: Tuesday, April 6th, 4pm-8pm/ Johnson and Johnson vaccine is being administered Wednesday, April 7th 4pm-8pm/Johnson and Johnson vaccine is being administered April 8th, 4pm-8pm/Johnson and Johnson vaccine is being administered Saturday, April 10,  8am to 8pm/Johnson and Johnson vaccine is being administered In the evening, the last scheduled appointment will be around 7:15pm to assure all shots given within the time frame. Moderna vaccines will be administered as usual Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 8am-4pm but are all booked for this week. (this part is an FYI for you only) We want you to please encourage your town to take advantage of the extra Johnson and Johnson vaccines. Please let people know, that they must have or set up a MyCooper account to schedule an appointment.  If you do not have a MyCooper account, go to:  www.camdencountyvaccine.com to create an account.  Once the account is set up, they will be able to select the available dates and times to set up their appointment. If they do not have a computer or have difficulty setting up a MyCooper account, please have them call Camden County’s COVID Hotline at 800-999-9045 during the hours of 8am-8pm.   We are located at:  Camden County College in Blackwood, 200 College Drive, Blackwood, NJ 08012.

  • If you experience an error or need support with the New Jersey Vaccine Scheduling System, you can: Complete an online form at covid19.nj.gov/vaccinehelp Call 1-855-568-0545 for phone support Due to high call volumes, callers are experiencing long wait times. Your call will be answered in the order it was received. New Jerseyans seeking help can also use covid19.nj.gov/vaccinehelp About The NJ Vaccine Call Center The State’s toll-free vaccination hotline (1-855-568-0545) is available to register individuals in the NJ Vaccine Scheduling System, answer questions about the vaccine, provide contact information for sites, and check registration status. The hotline is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day and can help callers in more than 240 different languages.

  • TRASH COLLECTION WILL BE NORMAL ON TUESDAY FEBRUARY 2ND. PLEASE PLACE AT CURB AND SECURE FROM WIND. PLEASE KEEP WORKERS SAFETY IN MIND AND PLACE IN AREA EASILY ACCESSIBLE. IF YOU CAN HOLD TILL NEXT WEEK THANK YOU IN ADVANCE.

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