Camden County

Jersey Joe Unveiling

The Camden County Historical Society is making sure the legacy and history made by boxing trailblazer Arnold Cream, best known as “Jersey Joe Walcott,” will never be forgotten. On Saturday, the group, along with the county’s Board of Commissioners, unveiled an 8-foot tall bronze statue of the Camden County native…
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Camden County 4-H Haunting

Do you like a good scare? Then join Camden County 4-H for their annual haunting on Friday, October 22nd and Saturday, October 23rd from 7-10:30 p.m. in Blackwood. This year’s Haunting returns as a Haunted Walk in and around the Camden County Office of Sustainability at 508 Lakeland Road. 4-H…
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County History Month

The Camden County History Alliance invites the public to join us for Camden County History Month in October. Thirty participating historic sites and history organizations throughout Camden County will be open with special exhibits, reenactments, and guided tours for adults and children. Camden County History Month is hosted by the…
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2021 County Flu Clinics

The Camden County Department of Health and Human Services recommends everyone get a flu shot this flu season, especially children and seniors who are most vulnerable. The flu shots are provided for no-out-of-pocket cost. To pre-register click here: https://bit.ly/3zblA9s, for further information, contact the Camden County Flu Hotline at 856-374-6365.…
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Memorial Vigil Planned

The Camden County Board of Commissioners and the Addiction Awareness Task Force invite family and friends on Overdose Awareness Day, August 31st at 7:30 PM to remember the loved ones we lost, and spread the message of hope to those still fighting the disease of addiction. Join us to help…

CERT Training Course

In the wake of extreme weather events in the United States and elsewhere, many Americans have become increasingly interested in disaster preparedness and response skills. This September, the Camden County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) will offer a free, 20-hour (3-day) training curriculum to prepare interested Camden County residents to…
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Submit Your COVID Questions

Congressman Norcross and Commissioner Director Cappelli invite residents to submit questions for the next Virtual COVID-19 update on Tuesday, August 3rd, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. This update will center around the Delta Variant and what you need to know. Click Here to submit a question. Questions will be answered live…
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Rec Facility Enhancements

The Camden County Commissioner Board has approved the recommendations of the Open Space, Recreation, Farmland and Historical Preservation Trust Fund Advisory Committee to award $650,000 to 26 recreation facility enhancement projects throughout the county. These funds will be utilized to upgrade, improve, or renovate recreational facilities for our residents and…

Need Rent Assistance?

The Camden County RECOVERS Rental Assistance Program, which draws $15 million from funding provided by the U.S. Department of Treasury, is aimed at supporting low income renters at risk of losing their homes or facing an eviction threat due to lost employment or income caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The…
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County Covid Reports

The Camden County Office of Emergency Management will no longer be providing a Situation Report daily via email to municipalities. The Camden County Website can be monitored for any COVID-19 updates. The most recent Weekly Situation Reports on Merchantville Borough announced 7 new cases between April 06, 2021 – April 12, 2021; 6 new cases between April 13, 2021 – April 19, 2021; and, 8 new cases between April 20, 2021 – April 26, 2021.…
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County Libraries Reopen

Beginning, April 12, the Camden County Library System will begin gradually reopening to the public, starting with limited services and hours at its larger branches. This marks the first time indoors, in-person services have been available to library patrons since facilities returned to primarily curbside operations amidst the fall and…
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