EARLY VOTING Early voting is available in Runnemede at the Harry Williams Senior Center, 2 Broadway from Saturday, October 29th through Sunday, November 6th . Hours: Sundays 10-6 and Monday through Saturday 10-8. ELECTION DAY Election Day is Tuesday, November 8th from 6 AM to 8 PM. Districts 2, 3 & 5 are located in the Municipal Building Court Room; Districts 1, 4 & 6 are located in the Harry Williams Building Gymnasium.
Camden County Mosquito Commission will be conducting ULV “spraying” operations on Friday September 30, 2022 between the hours of 2am-6am in the following locations, weather permitting: Runnemede Schubert Ave. Drexel Ct. Harding Ave. Hill Ave. Mitchell Ave. Carlysle Ct. St. Charles Pl. 1st Ave. 1st Ave. 2nd Ave. 2nd Ave. 3rd Ave. Central Ave. Rambler Ave. Manor Ct. Oakland Ave. Crescent Ave. Payne Ave. Payne Ave. Orchard Ave. Smith Ln. Broadway Read Ave. Bowers Ave.
Camden County Mosquito Commission will be conducting ULV “spraying” operations on Tuesday September 13, 2022 between the hours of 2am-6am in the following locations, weather permitting: Runnemede Stratford Ave. Forrest Ave. Oak Ave. Pine Ave. Schubert Ave. Davis Rd.
Camden County Mosquito Commission will be conducting ULV “spraying” operations on Thursday August 11, 2022 between the hours of 2am-6am in the following locations, weather permitting: Runnemede Singley Ave Andrea Rd Burt Rd Williams Ave Engle Pl Hirsch Ave Lakeview Dr Dettmar Terrace Central Ave 1st Ave Simpson Ave
Camden County Mosquito Commission will be conducting ULV “spraying” operations on Friday August 5, 2022 between the hours of 2am-6a min the following locations, weather permitting: Runnemede 1st Ave 2nd Ave 3rd Ave Central Ave
Camden County Mosquito Commission will be conducting ULV “spraying” operations on Thursday August 4, 2022 between the hours of 2am-6am in the following locations, weather permitting: Runnemede Callie Ct. Ferndale Dr. Davis Rd. Ferndale Ct.
Camden County Mosquito Commission will be conducting ULV “spraying” operations on Thursday July 28, 2022 between the hours of 2am-6am in the following locations, weather permitting: Runnemede Oakland Ave. Orchard Ave. Read Ave. Bowers Ave. 1st Ave. Clements Bridge Rd. Forrest Ave. Oak Ave. Pine Ave. Stratford Ave. Davis Rd. Balsam Ct. Sheffield Ct. Sherrington Ln. Sherry Dr. Hartford Dr.
To avoid heat-related illness, the Camden County Department of Health and Human Services recommends the following: Avoid, as much as possible, working or playing in the hot sun or other hot areas. If you must be out in the sun, wear a head covering. A wide-brimmed hat or visor will not only protect your head from intense rays of the sun, it will also provide a shield for your eyes. Use air-conditioners and fans. Open windows to release trapped hot air. Those taking regular medication should consult with their physician. Some medications cause an adverse reaction in hot weather. Wear lightweight clothing. Drink plenty of non-alcoholic liquids, warm and cool. Because the body loses fluids in the heat, drinking lots of liquids helps to avoid dehydration. Maintain a normal diet. Shower or bathe in water that is near skin temperature. Do not leave older people, children or pets alone in cars. Make sure your pets also have plenty of fresh drinking water. The early warning signs of heat stress are decreased energy, slight loss of appetite, faintness, light-headedness and nausea. People experiencing these symptoms should go to a cool environment, drink liquids, remove excess clothing and rest. Serious signs of heat stress include unconsciousness, rapid heartbeat, throbbing headache, dry skin, chest pain, mental confusion, irritability, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle cramps, staggering and difficulty breathing. People experiencing these symptoms should get to immediate medical attention. While waiting for help, move the person to a cool area, remove excess clothing, spray with water, and fan the person. In an emergency, dial 911.
Camden County Mosquito Commission will be conducting ULV “spraying” operations on Friday July 8, 2022 between the hours of 2am-6am (Rain date July 11, 2022) in the following locations, weather permitting: Runnemede Park St Singley Ave Bassett Ave Holly Ave Sheppard Ave N Rowans Ave Highland Ave
Below is our 4 th of July Day of Events **Borough of Runnemede** Morning starts at the Harry Williams Community Center Rain or Shine 9:30 AM Bicycle Parade and Contest 9:45 AM Registration for Baby Parade 10:00 AM Baby Parade and Contest 5 yrs. and under Categories for Baby Contest… **Most Patriotic **Most Comical **Best Impersonation **Fancy Dress **Most Original **Youngest **Must be Runnemede Residents** Main Parade 12:30 PM line up…Start 1:00 PM Begins at Clements Bridge Rd. & Black Horse Pk. Ends at 8th Ave. & Black Horse Pk. Rain Date for Main Parade ONLY Sunday July 10 th at 1:00 PM
Camden County ULV “spraying” operations on Thursday June 23, 2022 between the hours of 2am-6am Runnemede High St. Irish Hill Rd. E 3rd Ave. E 4th Ave. Union Ave. Maple St. Oak St. Chestnut St. Gravel Hill Rd. Garden Terr. Hill Ave.
INSTALLMENT PLAN AVAILABILITY BE ADVISED that State law requires the Borough of Runnemede to offer residential customers an installment plan for unpaid sewer charges. Residential customers offered an installment plan have 30 days to respond. To maintain the installment plan, a residential customer must make timely payments on all current charges as well as the installment plan. If the residential customer fails to pay their arrearages and/or current charges within 30 days after the due date, then the installment plan is void and the Borough of Runnemede can proceed with enforcement. For bill assistance and arrearage forgiveness programs, such as LIHWAP, go to https://njdca-housing.dynamics365portals.us/lihwapfaq or call 1-800-510-3102.
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.
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.
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