The annual Memorial Day service will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, May 29, 2023 at Wellwood Memorial Park, Linden & Maple Avenue. This year's guest speaker will be former NJ State Assemblyman, Jack Conners, a member of FW Grigg Post 68 American Legion. A former member of the Delaware National Guard, Jack has been a life-long advocate for veterans. In addition, BSA Troop 119 Merchantville will present the colors, Mayor Brennan will share a commemorative message and a traditional wreath laying

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Breathe easy reminder to residents and visitors: All Borough properties are smoke free, this includes tobacco, cannabis and vape products. Thank you for keeping Merchantville parks and buildings smoke free! Please remember that per Borough Ordinance 15-02 the use of tobacco products or cannabis in any structures owned, leased rented and/or operated by the Borough of Merchantville; all public parks, playgrounds and ball fields publicly owned by the borough of Merchantville is prohibited. Thank you all for your cooperation.

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The Merchantville Diversity Committee invites you to participate in the raising of the Black Lives Matter flag in commemoration of the life of George Floyd, and in continued support of our Black community. The flag raising will be held on Saturday, May 6th, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. at the Borough Hall flag pole. George Floyd was arrested on May 25, 2020 by four police officers in Minneapolis, MN and died after being handcuffed and pinned to the ground in an episode that was captured on video, touching off nationwide protests.

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Merchantville, NJ is a great place to buy a home. Homes sold within the month of December 2022 and show a median list price of $315K and sales price of $321K. Last year at this time the median list price was $195K and

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On May the 4th be with you Thursday - Star Wars Day - Charlie Koory welcomed The Merchantville Police Department at Charlie's Crepes to sponsor a joint "Coffee With a Cop" event with the Pennsauken Police Department. Coffee with a Cop brings police officers and the community members they serve together–over coffee–to discuss issues and learn more about each other. Lots of good people and stormtroopers stopped by Charlie's for a free cup-o-joe between 9:30-11:30 to meet and chat with community police officers. Thanks for hosting this event!

Merchantville's tap water is supplied by the Merchantville-Pennsauken Water Commission. The MPWC has not been impacted by the Delaware River chemical spill. The MPWC has been monitoring the impacts of the chemical spill in the Delaware River. MPWC water supplies come from wells in the Raritan-Magothy aquifer.  We do not take water directly from the Delaware River. Our water system has not been impacted by this spill.  We continue to supply water that meets all State and Federal regulations. Sign up for our community notification

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