Camden County

Jogging path at Cooper River rerouted

The walking and jogging path circling Cooper River Park has been rerouted near Route 130 to avoid the roadway construction project. A temporary bridge now provides uninterrupted access to the path for your workout and recreational enjoyment. The Route 130 bridge is being replaced and the project will also include…
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More effective 911 response planned

Each month, the Camden County Communications Center answers more than 50,000 calls, dispatches police for 33 departments, and dispatches fire and emergency medical services to all 37 municipalities. Soon, thanks to a new state-of-the-art Public Safety Radio Communications project, our first responders will have better tools to serve you. Camden…
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9/11 Tree Planting at the Victims Memorial

The Camden County Freeholder Board is partnering with Rutgers University School of Social Work, AmeriCorps Healthy Futures initiative and the New Jersey Tree Foundation to plant 11 trees at the Victims of Terrorism Memorial in Cooper River Park on Sept. 11th at 10:00 a.m. Traditionally, this is a day of…
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2012 Women’s Health Conference

The Freeholder Board’s Annual Women’s Health Conference will be held on Sept. 29, at Eastern Regional High School in Voorhees. The conference includes workshops on mind and body, health and fitness and personal safety. The Conference is FREE to residents of Camden County. Continental breakfast and a healthy lunch will…
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Temporary pedestrian bridge in the works

As part of the roadway widening and drainage improvement project on Route 130 from the former Collingswood Circle to North Park Drive, a temporary pedestrian bridge will be installed over the Cooper River. This temporary structure will be in place during the road construction to allow uninterrupted access to Cooper…
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Program transitions dropouts to college

Camden County College will begin offering high school dropouts throughout the County the opportunity to earn a high school diploma and get a jump start on college through its new Transition to College Program beginning this fall. This new initiative is a commitment from the Freeholder Board and the college…
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No Smoking in the Parks policy

On July 19th the American Cancer Society launched a public awareness campaign on the County’s No Smoking in the Parks policy. Signs are being posted in all our parks to make sure residents understand that Camden County’s parks are smoke-free. The Freeholder Board has banned smoking in all locations within…
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Haddonfield-Berlin Road Improvements

Camden County will begin roadway improvements this summer on Haddonfield-Berlin Road (Route 561) from Evesham Road to Laurel Oak Road. The $2.5 million project will be completed at night to lessen its impact on motorists and area businesses. The improvements include the resurfacing of the roadway, drainage improvements and streetscape…
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Heat Alert Extended for Camden County

With temperatures expected to reach 99 degrees over the next two days the Camden County Health Department has issued a Heat Alert for today and tomorrow effective noon until 8:00 P.M. Please remember to check on elderly relatives and neighbors, and do not
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Emergency Ventilation Unit aids First Responders

The Camden County Office of Emergency Management has acquired a new Mobile Ventilation Unit (MVU-1), the only one of its kind on the East Coast. MVU-1 is a large-diameter positive-pressure ventilation fan used for emergency ventilation of large structures
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Excessive HEAT ALERT

Please be advised that the Office of the County Health Officer has issued a Heat Alert for Wednesday, 6/20/12 and Thursday, 6/21/2012 effective 12 noon to 8:00 p.m. Municipalities are asked to open their cooling centers during this period.
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