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Municipal Building Summer Hours

The Municipal offices will now be open on Thursday evenings until 8:00 pm and closing on Fridays at 12:00 noon.  New summer hours will begin on June 2nd and continue through to Labor Day.






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Rocket Fizz Now Open!

46 Haddon Ave.

Haddon Twp. NJ 08108

(856) 854-3499

The Rocket Fizz Soda Pop and Candy Shops are one stop shops for all of your soda pop and candy cravings. 

There are thousands of bottled soda pops and candies from all over America, including some from other galaxies. The gigantic selection will launch you back in time to when you were a kid—even if you are over a hundred light years old. And if you are a kid, don’t plan on growing up when you are inside of a Rocket Fizz store. 

Rocket Fizz is a lot of fun and nostalgic. There are hundreds of retro and gag gifts, and concert posters and movie posters, and tin signs too.



Haddon Towne Center

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Due to the current difficulties in the recycling of e-waste, the Township will suspend all collection of e-waste until further notice as of April 19th.

After that date, one last collection will take place at the “Go Green Event” on April 23, 2016. The Township has been one of the very few municipalities which had continued to offer e-waste recycling despite the difficult climate. However, due to the severity of the issue, the Township will no longer be able to collect these items until the issue is resolved.

Do not place e-waste  at the curb.

Camden County will offer a limited e-waste collection at the selected events. For more information, go to:



PATCO Westmont Viaduct Project–Work to begin the week of 4/25/16.

PATCO is embarking on a viaduct restoration project this year from Chestnut Avenue to Carlton Avenue. Work on the safety railing, which is at the track level, has begun and the bulk of the heavy construction will start in the early spring.  This is an approximately 30 month long project.

This project will rehabilitate the rails, fasteners and supports along the viaducts that support the PATCO train along a two thousand foot section of the PATCO line adjacent to the Westmont Station.  PATCO will continue to operate throughout the length of this project.  Normal service will continue during the week with single track operation around the construction zone from Friday evening to early Monday morning.

To keep PATCO service running without interruption, work will take place on only one track at a time, beginning in the area of Carlton Avenue and proceeding westbound (toward Pennsylvania) ending at Chestnut Avenue. When that side of the track is completed, work will move to the other track and again move westbound toward the end of the work at Chestnut Avenue.

Road closures, detours and “No parking” areas along municipal streets may occur during the weekend construction periods. All closures and detours will be coordinated with local agencies and advance notification will be provided. Approximately 30 parking spots on PATCO property will be unavailable on weekends, and 45 spots will be unavailable for the duration of the project at the farthest east parking lot in the vicinity of the Irish Mile.

Expect the typical construction noise, such as jack hammers, trucks, loaders, and back-up alarms and noise levels will be monitored continuously throughout the project.

A targeted mailing will provide information to nearby neighbors regarding this project.  Additional information and regular updates will be posted on www.ridepatco.org or call our information line at 888-930-5150.





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Got Pets? FurAlert is Amber Alert for the family pet!
Have you experienced the anxiety and fear of losing a beloved pet? Cory Donovan, a Haddon Township resident, has and he wants to help others that find themselves in this unexpected situation. “The best resource you have when your pet takes off are the people that happen to be nearby, but they don’t know you need help. So, I created FurAlert.” said Donovan.
FurAlert is a free mobile app that allows pet lovers to help each other in an emergency. By installing the mobile app on your phone, you become part of the FurAlert network. If a pet is reported missing near you, you’ll receive an alert on your phone. In the event that your pet gets lost, use the app to send a “FurAlert” to get help so you can quickly reunite with your beloved pet.
To learn more and download the FurAlert iPhone or Android app, visit www.FurAlert.us.