Public Notices

COVID-19 Updates

Message from Mayor Randall W. Teague, Commissioner James Mulroy & Commissioner Ryan Linhart
March 21, 2020
Dear Residents,
N. J. Governor Phil Murphy issued an executive order today which goes into effective tonight at 9 pm requiring all citizens to “stay at home” and has urged owners not to travel to shore homes and reside at their primary residences. He has canceled all events and gatherings. All non-essential businesses are order to close as of 9 pm tonight. Essential businesses include: grocery stores, pharmacies, doctor’s offices, medical supply stores, gas stations, convenience stores, takeout restaurants, liquor stores, banks, pet stores and office supply stores. Construction work, construction supply and hardware stores are able to continue to operate. The governor has urged all businesses to make arrangements for employees to work from home, wherever possible.
Travel will be allowed only for these essential destinations, to take care of a family member or those who need to report to essential work.
Governor Murphy emphasized that this executive order supersedes all local directive at the County and local level and that it is important to follow “one set of rules”.
This order allows people to take a walk, go for a run or engage in outdoor activities as long as use social distance practices.
The state has set up a comprehensive website relating to the Coronavirus pandemic at, including which businesses are considered essential and travel that is allowed. Please visit this site as well as the Haddon Township website at to stay up to date and the latest instructions on how to keep you and your family safe.
Mayor Randall W. Teague
Commissioner James Mulroy
Commissioner Ryan Linhart

Letter from Mayor Teague, Commissioner Mulroy & Commissioner Linhart

Dear Resident:

As we navigate through this difficult time, our first priority is the health and safety of our community.

As your elected officials, we are closely monitoring information from the Federal, State and County levels to better understand the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on our community.  Mayor Teague is in constant contact with Hank Voigtsberger, Haddon Twp.’s emergency management coordinator, who is briefed daily by State and County officials and is tracking reports from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to ensure the safety of our residents.

Following the declaration of a State of Emergency by the Governor this week and in an effort to limit public exposure, we have canceled all Township board and commission meetings and Township events through the end of the month.  Municipal court has been suspended from March 16th through the 27th by Chief Justice Stuart Rainer. Haddon Township School District has closed for two weeks and will move to online learning beginning on March 16th.  The Municipal Building will be open by appointment only for essential matters.

 Haddon Twp. is a strong, interconnected community that rallies together in the face of challenges. With COVID-19, we will need to be creative in maintaining our sense of community and connection while maintaining a greater physical distance from one another.  We know from our health experts that in order to keep ourselves healthy and help contain the spread of the disease, the most important thing we can do is to practice good personal hygiene, and social distancing. Please avoid contact with those who are sick and remain home if you are symptomatic and call your health professional.

Communication is important as this situation evolves. We will continue to monitor and update our residents regarding this virus and will post critical information on the Township website at under the Public Notices page and on social media.  More information can be found at the following sites:

The Centers for Disease Control at

The New Jersey Department of Health at

Camden County at

New Jersey Health 24/7 Hotline: (800)-222-1222 or (800) 962-1253 if using out-of-state phone line.


Mayor Randall W. Teague                 Commissioner James Mulroy             Commissioner Ryan Linhart



Municipal court sessions are suspended until April 26th, 2020 in order to mitigate public exposure to COVID-19

For this time period, individuals scheduled to appear before the municipal court should instead await notice of a new court date. Defendants may continue to make payments traffic matters through the municipal court’s online payment website at

Payments will also be accepted by mail or can be placed in the Haddon Township drop box, located on the steps next to the Municipal Building’s front doors. To contact the Haddon Township Municipal Court office by telephone, please call 856-833-6251.  Please remember our staff is working limited hours. You may also contact the court office via email

For updated information, visit the New Jersey Judiciary’s website at

We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding during this difficult time.

Haddon Twp. Rabies Clinic scheduled for March 21st has been postponed.

Haddon Town Car (Senior Bus) has been canceled until Further Notice.

Construction Office Update

Permits can be submitted by placing the application package through the mail slot along side the Annex Building front door.

Make sure all application packages have a contact person, number and email address to send information to. We will notify you if the application is complete.

Payments can be made the same way by check only no cash. Money shall be in a sealed envelope with name address and project address on the envelope. The permit will be mailed to you once processed.

Inspections will be done for emergency and new construction work only until further notice.

Inspection request will only be scheduled if emailed to:

CDC Issues Travel Advisory for New Jersey, New York and Connecticut

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has issued a domestic travel advisory affecting New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut. On Saturday, March 28, the CDC issued a statement urging all residents of the three states to refrain from non-essential travel for 14 days due to extensive community transmission of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

The CDC’s statement explicitly exempts employees of critical infrastructure industries such as trucking, public health professionals, financial services, and food supply.

“Our community has a responsibility to the rest of the country to follow these guidelines and reduce the transmission of coronavirus outside of areas that have already been heavily impacted,” said Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli, Jr. “This guidance does not change what we have been urging our residents to do for the past two weeks, although it underscores the necessity of immediate action. This virus is known to spread among individuals who are asymptomatic, it can live of surfaces for several days in some cases, and it can have deadly consequences for people of all ages. The only remotely assured way to protect yourself and others is to stay home and travel only when necessary. If we all follow this guidance, we can flatten the curve and win this war.”

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy clarified Saturday that the CDC travel advisory does not change the rules put in place Executive Order No. 107, which closed all nonessential businesses and ordered residents to stay home as much as possible a week prior.


Special Weekday Schedule Begins Monday, March 30 to Accommodate Essential Travel; All Travel Limited to Essential Personnel Only

Bus customers can view or print special timetables at 

Camden County Declares Local Emergency

Emergency Proclamation 03-14-20 (002)

Governor’s Executive Order (March 21st)

Governor Murphy orders a state-wide Stay At Home Order and all closures of Non-Essential Retail Businesses. For more information, please click on the link below:


Additional Information on Car Sales, Golf Courses, Fire Arms and Realtors

Please click on the document below for more information:

Golf courses, fire arms, realtors


To slow the spread of #COVID19, I’m ordering:

Closure of ALL pre-K, K-12 schools, colleges, and universities beginning 3/18
Closure of ALL casinos, racetracks, theaters, gyms
Closure of ALL non-essential retail, recreational, & entertainment businesses after 8:00 PM
Banning gatherings of 50+

All bars and restaurants are closed for eat-in services effective 8:00 PM tonight. After 8:00 PM, these establishments may open for takeout and delivery services ONLY, until further notice. These restrictions exist during daytime hours.

All pre-K through grade 12 schools (public, private, and parochial) and all colleges and universities will close effective Wednesday, March 18th until it’s deemed by health officials to be safe for in-person classes to resume.

We’ve worked closely to ensure that the overall educational and individual needs of students can be met during this closure, including appropriate home instruction and continued access to free and reduced meals.

Starting tonight, all non-essential and non-emergency travel in New Jersey is strongly discouraged between the hours of 8:00 PM AND 5:00 AM. This will remain in effect for the foreseeable future. We want everyone to be home – and not out.

Essential businesses which are necessary for the public’s health, safety, and welfare – like supermarkets and grocery stores, pharmacies, medical offices, and gas stations – may remain open past 8:00 PM.

Effective 8:00 PM tonight, all movie theaters, gyms, casinos, and racetracks will close entirely until it is deemed safe for their reopening. Online gaming will continue.

Effective tonight, all other non-essential retail, recreational, and entertainment businesses MUST CLOSE after 8:00 PM. During daytime hours, these businesses may remain open if they limit their occupancy to no more than 50 persons and adhere to social distancing guidelines. All gatherings of over 50 individuals are CANCELED effective 8:00 PM tonight. We do not take any of the steps we’ve announced today lightly. We know that these will impact residents and families, communities, and businesses. But our paramount concern is to #FlattenTheCurve – these steps will ensure we do not overload our health care system.

Governor’s Executive Order



Please click on the link below for information on Unemployment insurance if you have been laid off or hours have been cut.








Gov. Phil Murphy has launched an online jobs portal to connect New Jersey residents with immediate openings in industries critical to our COVID-19 response.

The jobs portal is available here:  Thousands of jobs are currently listed. Check the site often. New information and new positions are being added daily.

The portal provides opportunities for residents who have been laid off or seen their hours reduced because of COVID-19 to get back to work quickly _ while also providing critical support to the industries on the front lines of fighting this pandemic. These key industries need thousands of workers to perform the essential duties being required of them during this public health emergency.

Job openings currently available through the portal are primarily in industries that are central to the state’s COVID-19 response, but going forward it will expand to include any businesses that wish to tap into New Jersey’s job talent network.

For additional COVID-19 resources for workers and businesses, visit:

This new jobs portal will match employees who need to keep income coming in with businesses that need workers immediately to fulfill critical needs during the pandemic.

Residents who are filing a new clam or reopening an existing claim can do so online at any time. Due to high claim volume, the Division has implemented a schedule for benefit claims to ensure the stability of its online application:

If the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number (SSN) are between:

 0000 and 2500 please access the application between 8am and 10am
2501 and 5000 please access the application between 10am and 12pm
5001 and 7500 please access the application between 12pm and 2pm
7501 and 9999 please access the application between 2pm and 4pm

 Regardless of the time you claim your benefit, your payment will be processed overnight.

If you miss your designated window, you may certify from 4pm to 7pm.

Haddon Township Woman has Third Presumptive Positive Case of COVID-19 identified in Camden County
March 16, 2020

The Camden County Department of Health is announcing an additional presumptive positive case of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) identified in Camden County. The patient, a woman in her 50s, is currently in self-isolation at her home in Haddon Township and is maintaining frequent contact with the county Health Department In regard to the trace investigation being facilitated with the patient, preliminary information suggests that there is only one direct exposure, a friend, in addition to her family.

“This is now our third case, underscoring the need for our community to practice more social distancing in order for us to flatten the curve of this virus,” said Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli Jr. “We are continuing to work with the New Jersey Department of Health to identify individuals who may have been in contact with anyone confirmed of having contracted the illness and taking active measures to minimize the threat posed to our residents.”

The Department of Health is continuing to coordinate with the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH), the Governor’s Office, and other state, local, and federal partners to ensure a comprehensive and appropriate response to the ongoing public health threat presented by coronavirus.

The county Health Department is currently working with the NJDOH to trace close contacts of this newest case. The investigation is still ongoing, but county health officials believe the individual’s exposure came from an exposure at Newark International Airport. In regard to the first and second case, the county was able to trace back all of the patient’s exposures and none have exhibited any symptoms since self-quarantining.

“We are urging residents with any questions about coronavirus, what symptoms look like, and how they can best protect themselves and their family to contact the state’s dedicated coronavirus call center at (800) 962-1253 or (800) 222-1222,” said Freeholder Carmen Rodriguez, liaison to the Department of Health and Human Services. “It is important to take this threat seriously, but it is also critical that each of us respond appropriately. There is currently no need to stockpile food or water, and there is no benefit from buying large quantities of face masks which do not protect the general public from contracting the virus. Hand washing and other personal hygiene practice continue to be the most effective way of protecting yourself from this virus.”

The best way to prevent the spread and contraction of coronavirus is practicing good personal hygiene:

• Wash your hands thoroughly, and often, with soap and water for 20 seconds;
• Stay home when you’re sick;
• Avoid contact with others who are sick;
• Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue; and
• Clean frequently touched surfaces and objects.

Anyone who believes they have been exposed to coronavirus should contact their healthcare provider immediately, and before visiting a providers’ office, hospital, or the emergency room. To prevent the spread of the virus, it is critical that healthcare providers are aware of your symptoms, travel history, and other relevant details before you enter facilities with other patients.

Residents should call 9-1-1 during emergencies only, for those with questions or concerns related to the coronavirus, the NJDOH has partnered with the New Jersey Poison Information and Education System to open and operate a dedicated coronavirus call center at 1-800-222-1222 or 1-800-962-1253. More information is also available on the state’s coronavirus webpage.

Information regarding Camden County’s preparations, response, and general information provided to the public is available by visiting Residents should frequently check the county webpage and social media for up-to-date information.


All Municipal and School District Playgrounds are Closed.

Trash Collection is Maintaining it’s Current Schedule.



Important Health Information from Camden County