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Aububon Park Borough
Audubon Park


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.

   For your Information

The Mayor & Borough Council declared October
Police & Firefighters Appreciation Month

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   Senior Activities

Activity Dates
Billiards & Bowling Sep 12 - Dec 19
Chair Yoga Sep 12 - Nov 26
Painting Party Sep 15 - Nov 10
Aqua Aerobics Sep 17 - Dec 11
Free Golf Lessons for Seniors Sep 19 - Oct 10
Tai Chi Free Classes for Seniors Sep 25 - Dec 4
Mediation Classes for Seniors Sep 26 - Nov 28
Pickleball Classes for Seniors Sep 26 - Oct 31
Spooltacular Prize Bingo October 17
Caring for Aging Loved Ones October 24

Community Shreadding and Pharmaceutical Collection

America RecyclesNovember 17th

See Flyer

NJ Department of Health

Penalties for Various Acts Constituting Cruelty.
4:22-17 Cruelty; Certain Acts, Crime; Degrees.

Audubon Park Craft Class

Aududon Park Craft Class



Please refrain from walking your pets in the Tot Lot on the corner of “A” and “B” Roads. 

Thank you for your cooperation with this matter.

2018 Ribbon Cutting

Councilwoman Gloria Jones represented the Borough of Audubon Park at the recent reopening
E. Atlantic Avenue Bridge.  Mrs. Jones is located next to Haddon Township Mayor,
Randall W. Teague in the photo.


On July 2, 2018, I had the privilege along with Councilwoman Jones to welcome Senator Nilsa Cruz Perez to the Borough of Audubon Park.  We discussed a wide range of topics including the status of Audubon Park and the recent adoption of the NJ State Budget.  It is important to have a great working environment between our government, the county and the State of New Jersey.  I always have and always will strive for this goal. 

Thanks to Senator Cruz Perez for spending time in our beautiful town.

Mayor Pennock

   Find Free Meals For Children This Summer.

As the school year ends for children across New Jersey, the USDA has announced a new text number that parents and other caregivers can use to find free meals for children this summer.

People can text "summer meals" to 97779 or visit to find local sites. Both the text number and website provide locations, meals served and times meals are served, based on a person's zip code.


Albatross Road   Construction News

Reconstruction of Albatross Road has started.  This is funded by a grant acquired by Mayor & Borough Council from NJ DOT and part of the 2018 Municipal Budget and through a Bond Anticipation Note.  Next Road to be reconstructed will be Bobolink Road.

   Notice Grass Clippings

For Grass to be picked up by Audubon Public Works, Grass MUST be in a separate container with the lid off (strictly grass).  It cannot be mixed with trash.

   Borough of Audubon Park Resolution #2018-56

A Resolution to affirm the Borough of Audubon's Park Civil Rights policy with respect to all officials, appointees, employees, prospective employees, volunteers, independent contractors, and members of the public that come in contact with municipal employees, officials and volunteers.

   School Building Renovation

Mayor & Borough Council would like to thank Freeholder Susan Shin Angulo and the Entire Freeholder Board for the funds they have provided the Borough of Audubon Park thru Community Development that enabled us to renovate our old school building.
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   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

   Mayor & Council Introduce a 0% Increase Budget For 2018

The Mayor introduced the completed 2018 budget with no increase to the residents of Audubon Park. This Budget includes all programs from previous years, as well as funding to continue the town center project. The governing body is proud to continue to provide a safe and affordable place to live for all residents of Audubon Park. Our budget hearing will be on May 7th as part of our regular meeting.

   Rabies Clinic

Mayor Pennock would like to thank the following individuals for taking time out of their Saturday, April 21, 2018 to work the free rabies clinic in Audubon Park.

Rabies Clinic Team
(Left to Right) 
Robin Hartling, Gail Barnett-Wolenter, Nancy Rusinko, Vet Asst., Mayor Pennock,
Dr. Karen Hoffman, Vet, Kirsten Stokes


The Police will be enforcing this Ordinance.

Thank you for your cooperation with this matter.

Mayor & Borough Council

   The Senior Store... New Location

The Senior Store

Spring 2018


   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

Council Connection

September 2017 Newsletter


Safe Care CAM   Safe Care CAM

Protect your loved ones receiving care


   Operation SAL (Save A Life)


   H.A.L.O. Program HALO

Healing Aftee a Loss to Overdose


Food Safety Tips

FEMA Food Safety Tips


IACS   Animal Control Services

Now Provices by Independent Animal Care Services LLC.

Visit their website at 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 - Dog Owners

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

   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


   Trash Collection

Trash is picked up every Friday in the Borough of Audubon Park.  Recycling is picked up the first and third Thursdays of each month.  The Borough has an ordinance that prohibits trash and recycling from being put out any earlier that 24 hours before trash day and trash cans must be returned to your property within 24 hours of removal.  Anyone violating this Ordinance will have their trash cans confiscated. 

Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

   Dog and Cat Licenses

Annimal LicenseDog and Cat Licenses may be purchased by mail, by submitting a copy of your current rabies vaccination, whether pet is spayed and neutered, along with all appropriate information, such as your name and address, phone number, pet’s name, pets breed and color and fee:

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.

Trust Other Account - Animal License


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.

   What you can do to preserve Peter’s Creek for future generations





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Monday thru Thursday
8:30 AM until 4:30 PM

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October 2018

Audubon Park Borough