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The history of Audubon Park goes back to the beginning of the second World War. The town was called Audubon Village and was part of the Borough of Audubon. Workers for the New York Shipbuilding Corp, located in Camden, NJ needed housing for their families.


Borough Meeting Change

The Regular Meeting of Mayor & Borough Council scheduled for Monday, April 1, 2024 has been rescheduled to Monday, April 15, 2024. 


For those who have sacrificed their lives
so that we may be free -

We remember you, we honor you, we love you and we humbly thank you for your service. A simple "thank you" is not enough for all that you've endured. We pray that you live on through the loving memories shared by your family and loved ones. We pray that the strife, battles and wounds of war be calmed for eternity in God's loving grace. May you find rest at last and know that those left behind cherish your spirit, honor your commitment, send their love and will never forget your sacrifice.

Memorial Day has come to mean the beginning of summer, a time for picnics and barbecues, and a holiday to gather around the family. That happiness and freedom, however, is a product of the real cause for the holiday: the sacrifice made by men and women who have fought and died for the freedoms and liberties Americans hold dear. Memorial Day is a time to remember that the American way of life is not cheap but rather has been purchased by the lives and blood of so many who have sacrificed for us to live free and happily now.

Not only have many of our residents, past and present, served in our nation's military but our small town has played a strong role in the freedoms of our country. As many of you know this town was built to provide housing to the patriots that served and worked at the shipyard. President Ronald Reagan once said, "Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same."

On behalf of the Borough Council and myself, I would like to thank everyone for taking a few moments out of their busy schedules to honor our military men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in past and present wars, to protect our freedom and help to spread democracy throughout the world. We also honor our active troops who provide for our safety here and in many countries around the world. We pray for the thousands who are still missing in the wars of our country. In the military tradition; no one is left behind on the field of battle. Our nation will always be determined to account for the missing.

America has always been the reluctant warrior, but we are a nation of character, always willing to defend the weak, assist the humbled and lead the world in the pursuit of democracy and freedom. This burden has always been shouldered by the men and women in the military.

Let's remember on this day of honor, those that protect and have protected our great country, defended our freedom and made the ultimate sacrifice so that we all can live as we do today; free.


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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR

November 10, 2023

Dear Friends, Neighbors and Residents,

I would like to take a few moments to bring you up to speed on a few things that have come through my desk. First off, we have completed our 2022 Audit. I am proud to say that no recommendations for improvement were made by our Auditor and the State of New Jersey. Nothing is more important to me then being the guardian of your tax dollars. I would like to thank our financial advisor, Jack Bruno, my office staff, Dawn, Jamesen and Cyndi for their contributions. Secondly, we are close to completing the resurfacing of Pelican Drive. I would like to thank all the residents on Pelican for their patience and understanding and a special thanks to SCUCS for allowing our residents to park in their lot during this process. I realize that this is a temporary inconvenience for the residents who live on the streets we are paving, but in the end, it is worth it. Key Engineers and I are already laying the groundwork for future streets.

As we have in the past few years, you will once again receive your 2024 Municipal Calendar providing you with all the necessary information for the services supplied to you by the Borough, your governing body.

Starting on Monday, November 13, 2023, the members of Mayor, Borough Council and our office staff will be attending the New Jersey State League of Municipalities convention in Atlantic City. The Mayor, the Municipal Clerk and her Deputy will begin classes on November 13th, followed by the members of Council on Tuesday, November 14th through Thursday, November 16th. Attending these classes allows our office staff to accumulate credits towards their state required licenses. Classes attended by Mayor & Council allows us to offer you a stronger council as well as reductions in the cost of yearly insurance premiums. As Mayor, I also use this platform to build relationships with communities throughout New Jersey to provide you with up-to-date information to make our town stronger.

Finally, I’m sad to acknowledge the passing of resident and former long-term Board of Trustee President, John Monteleon this past week. John served many years as both a member of trustees and as their president. On behalf of Borough Council and the residents of Audubon Park, I wish John’s family and friends our deepest sympathies. God Bless John Monteleon.

As always, I am proud to serve as your Mayor.

Sincerely,

Mayor Pennock

 

 

 
   For your Information
 

Household Hazardous Waste Colection Schedule

See Flyer


For the convenience of our residents, we have a secure drop-off box on camera at the front of the Municipal Building at 2 Road C


Pool Tag Sale

Pool tags will be on sale starting Monday, May 15th.

Audubon Park residents pay Haddon Township in-town rates.


Raising Community Dementia Awareness

See information HERE


Senior Activities

Activity Dates
   
   

Monday 9 AM – 2 PM
Poker & Other Card Games and Pinochle

Tuesday 10 AM – 3 PM
Pinochle

Held at the Harry Williams Building in Runnemede

For Information call Joan at 856-939-4679


Dog License Information

Dog Licenses can be obtained in the Library, Monday thru Friday 9 AM until 4 PM
Please see Jamesen.

 

 Dog and Cat Licenses

Annimal License Dog Licenses can be obtained in the Borough Offices Monday, thru Friday, 9 AM until 4 PM, holidays and time off excluded.

Contact Jamesen Sauerwald

DOGS (Spayed/Neutered) $11.20
DOGS (Not Spayed/Neutered) $14.20
CATS $10.00

 

 

 

Please use this sample dog license to provide necessary information to receive dog license by mail. Proof of rabies must be supplied.

Payment by check or exact change only

Trust Other Account - Animal License

 


Free Covid-19 Test

Order your at https://special.usps.com/testkits


Haddon Twp Police Department F

Click for information


Library System

Invites you to experiance th emany diverse free services and resources available at 8 convenient location

See Flyer


Bag Up NJ

Notice: TV Pickup

TV Pickup is only the first Wednesday of each month


Grant Awarded

Mayor Pennock is proud to announce that the Borough has been awarded a $25,000 grant from Camden County for Improvements to our Basketball Courts.


Trash Collection

Beginning January 1, 2021, the Borough of Audubon Park has entered into a Shared Service Agreement with the Borough of Oaklyn for Trash and Recyclables.  Trash pick-up will be every Friday and Recycling pick-up will be every Tuesday.  Please give a warm welcome to the Borough of Oaklyn Public Works.


Meals Available for Camden County Seniors in Need

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – The Camden County Division of Senior and Disabled Services is prepared to ensure that no senior goes hungry during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. All residents previously enrolled in the Camden County Nutrition Program have automatically begun receiving home-delivery of meals this week, and seniors in need of meals – for any reason – can call the Division at (856) 374-MEAL to make immediate arrangements.

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"Do Not Knock” Ordinance

The Borough just passed a “Do Not Knock” Ordinance. Attached is the application to apply to be on this list.

Ordinance

Application form


What to do in the Winter for Senior Citizens

Winter is on the way. If it is anything like last year, we will have to be ready!

HERE is how


NJ Department of Health

GUIDE TO PREVENTION OF ANIMAL CRUELTY LAWS
Penalties for Various Acts Constituting Cruelty.
4:22-17 Cruelty; Certain Acts, Crime; Degrees.

   Got Pics?

The Borough is looking for pictures from Borough related events or pictures of members of past years Borough Council, to hang in our hallway to show the history of our Borough.  We will return all original photos to you. 

Please send pictures to:
2 Road C,
Audubon Park, NJ 08106
 
ATTN:  DAWN PENNOCK


   Attention Seniors Citizens

Rohrer Towers 1 has a short waiting list for apartments in subsidized housing.

See Flyer

   Application for Meals on Wheels

Home Delivered Meals

See Application


Safe Care CAM   Safe Care CAM

Protect your loved ones receiving care

Flyer


   Operation SAL (Save A Life)

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   H.A.L.O. Program HALO

Healing Aftee a Loss to Overdose

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Food Safety Tips

FEMA Food Safety Tips

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IACS   Animal Control Services

Now Provices by Independent Animal Care Services LLC.

Visit their website at www.iacsnj.com for more information


Support Our Police

We Support our Police

Support our police signs and t-shirts are
available for $10 each from the Local PBA.

In a few days, I will have a link to their
facebook page


   Important Notice

There has been a rash of cars being broken into in the Borough of Audubon Park.  We are asking all residents to lock their cars no matter where they are parked.  Also, please remember to LOCK your vehicles at all times.

If someone see anyone breaking into a car in the Borough of Audubon Park, please call 911 immediately. 


   How To Apply For A Raffle/Bingo License

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IMPORTANT - Dog Owners

It is against the law to walk a dog without a leash.


   Notice

The Trash men will not pick up bagged leaves and the Maintenance Department will not open bagged leaves. It is the responsibility of the residents to put the leaves at the curb (unbagged). If you have bagged leaves out it is your responsibility to take the leaves out of the bag.


 

 

 

Office Hours

Monday thru Friday

9:00 AM until 4:00 PM

Masks are required to
enter the Bulding.

If you are sick,
Please stay home.


NJ Tax Relief Information


Upcoming Events

Stormwater Information

2019 Calendar

Newsletter
Newsletter
February 2020

 
 
 
Audubon Park Borough