Upcoming Events

For more updated information on COVID-19 and cancellations, please visit our Public Notices page at https://www.haddontwp.com/resources/public-notices/. 

Westmont Farmers Market Opens June 17th!

The market is back thanks to our generous sponsor 1st Colonial Community Bank!  The market opens June 17th from 4 pm to 7:30 pm at Haddon Square, located at 51 Haddon Ave.

Pool Tags on sale at Crystal Lake Pool from 11 am to 3 pm.  

Happy Birthday America Celebration has been Canceled:

The fireworks display on July 3rd at the high school and the 4th of July parade have been cancelled due to the Governor Murphy’s executive orders and guidelines on crowd capacity and social distancing. 

Crystal Lake Pool Update


If you are unavailable to purchase your membership on 6/23 at the Crystal Lake Pool, you can drop your application off at the municipal drop box at the Haddon Township Municipal Building.

The drop box is conveniently located outside the front doors of the municipal building.

You will be contacted the following day to schedule your membership pickup.

Applications dropped off on Friday will be processed on Monday.

Pool Application 2020

Guest passes will be sold to members of the pool for 15.00 each

Pool Maximum Capacities

June 22nd – July 2nd —-maximum of 250 people allowed into the Crystal Lake Pool Complex

July 3rd -Labor Day —-maximum of 500 people allowed into Crystal Lake Pool Complex.

No pool furniture will be available for use.  Members are encouraged to bring their own chairs, blankets and umbrellas.

 Environmental Commission Clean-Up Days

Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020           9 AM –  12:00 PM             Woods beside McDonals/Behind Acme; Cuthbert Blvd 08108

Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020              9 AM – 12:00 PM              Saddlers Woods,   McArthur Blvd 08108

Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020               9 AM –  12:00 PM             Woods along side of McArthur Blvd between Middle School & Haddonview Apts.

Clean-ups:     Trash Pick-up and Invasive Plants Removal is a volunteer event for the entire family. Dress for the weather. You will be working around different types of plants, so wear rugged clothing you won’t care too much if they get dirty.

Why: Trash left in the woods can potentially harm area wildlife both in the woods and in waterways of our creeks, streams and lakes.    Invasive plants, such as English ivy, wraps around and kills many of the trees in the park.   Invasive plants negatively affect our forest, parks and open spaces by reducing plant diversity by crowding-out native species.

We provide: work gloves, trash bags and hand-wipes.   Also available for use a limited supply of garden pruners and trash-grabbers.

You provide: garden pruners and large, flat bladed screw driver for pulling vines away from tree.

Waiver: A waiver will need to be signed by a responsible adult for all participants

More info: Maggi Liebe, Environmental Commission Chair, 856-833-6250