“Community Cat” Ordinance for Feral Cats within the Borough of Runnemede

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 […]

“Community Cat” Ordinance for Feral Cats within the Borough of Runnemede2022-05-11T15:08:41-04:00

Pet Licenses are due on or before March 31, 2022

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.

Pet Licenses are due on or before March 31, 20222022-03-23T10:14:44-04:00

New Jersey American Water: Hydrant Flushing

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 […]

New Jersey American Water: Hydrant Flushing2022-04-25T10:46:51-04:00

IMPORTANT NOTICE: DPW Superintendent Harry Wozunk

Message from DPW Superintendent Harry Wozunk

With the proper use of storm forecasts, personnel, equipment and de-icing materials, the desired result can usually be attained. Flexibility is needed to adapt to the variety of circumstances and conditions during a snow or ice storm. Public safety is our main concern, providing safe […]

IMPORTANT NOTICE: DPW Superintendent Harry Wozunk2022-01-07T07:26:24-05:00

Camden County Department of Health: How Mitigate Problem Rodents

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 […]

Camden County Department of Health: How Mitigate Problem Rodents2021-10-25T14:09:33-04:00
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