Mayor + Commissioners
Mayor Randall W. Teague
Mayor and Director of Public Works, Parks and Property
Commissioner Paul Dougherty
Director of Revenue & Finance
Commissioner John C. Foley
Director of Public Safety & Public Affairs
Mayor Teague, Commissioner Dougherty, and Commissioner Foley are looking for interested volunteers to help plan year long events for the Township’s 150th Anniversary.
If you would like to get involved and help out on Haddon Township’s 150th Celebration year, please contact Kate Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Message from Mayor Teague, Commissioner Dougherty & Commissioner Foley
Haddon Township is a wonderful community of quiet tree-lined streets surrounded by beautiful parks, dynamic downtown areas loaded with specialty shops and great restaurants, excellent schools enveloped in picturesque neighborhoods, and year-round activities for everyone to enjoy.
Voted as one of the top 5 towns to live, work or play by South Jersey Magazine, Haddon Township has blossomed into one of the premier communities in the metro-Philadelphia region. Thanks to its prime location and dedication to community involvement, the roughly 14,000 residents of Haddon Township enjoy the perfect balance of work and recreation. With its proximity to the revitalized business district on Haddon Avenue, Haddon Township is a short walk away from some of the finest eateries, businesses and parks in South Jersey.
Haddon Township continues to progress as a prosperous and secure community, made evident by its dedication to volunteerism and family-friendly community activities. Always a strong advocate of community involvement since its first beginnings back in 1865, Haddon Township holds several annual and seasonal events. The Annual Block Party, Fourth of July Celebration, Holiday on Haddon, Summer Movie Nights and the Annual Turkey Trot are always big hits, just to name a few.
Traveling to Haddon Township couldn’t be easier. Just eight miles from Philadelphia and an hour from Atlantic City, it sits just minutes from Routes 295, 42, 55, I-295, I-76, I-95 and the New Jersey Turnpike. If that wasn’t enough, Haddon Township also boasts its own PATCO station for those looking or a quick rail to commute into Philadelphia and deeper into South Jersey.
Board Of Commissioners: Meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM in the Courtroom on the 2nd floor of the Municipal Building,135 Haddon Avenue.
Commissioners’ Caucus: Meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM in the Courtroom on the 2nd floor of the Municipal Building, 135 Haddon Avenue.