2017 July 4th Committe
Audubon Park to Chair the 2017 4th of July Committee.
Interested parties should call the Borough.
Haddon Township Police Department Announcement
The Haddon Township Police Department is pleased to announce the identification and arrest of a suspect being sought for multiple motor vehicle burglaries in Audubon Park as well as the West Collingswood Heights and Collingswood Extension sections of Haddon Township. 29 year-old James R. Hamilton of Camden, New Jersey, was arrested and charged with over twenty motor vehicle burglaries.
Officers of the Haddon Township Police Department were conducting anti-crime patrols in plain clothes throughout Haddon Township and Audubon Park. The Officers were patrolling in the vicinity of the Black Horse Pike when they observed a male matching the description of a subject captured on video surveillance of a local resident. The male, who was later identified as Hamilton was accompanied by a female. Both suspects were found to be in possession f drug paraphernalia and taken into custody.
Haddon Township detectives interviewed the suspects and Hamilton was subsequently charged with over twenty counts of motor vehicle burglaries and theft. Hamilton is currently homeless and was found to be targeting vehicles that were unlocked with small electronics and/or lose change that was visible from the outside.
Hamilton was remanded to Camden County Correction Facility pending pre-trial hearing.
Thanks you for the continued diligence of the residents of Haddon Township and Audubon Park in working with the Haddon Township Police Department in reporting suspicious activity. Together we can continue to work to keep our community safe. Remember, you can also help us by locking you vehicle doors and removing all valuables from your vehicles.
*All persons charged with criminal offenses are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law. *
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.
6 More Camden County Towns Ban Puppy Mills Sales
Five More In Process - Total Will Surpass 30 In June
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 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.
Open RFP's for Various Professional Servies for 2016
Fighting Fraud Presentation.
Brought to you by NJ Division of Consumer Affairs.
Dog and Cat Licenses
Dog 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 of $5.00 if spayed/neutered and $11.00 if not spayed/neutered. Please provide info as to when pets were spayed on neutered.
Please use this sample dog license to provide necessary information to receive dog license by mail. Proof of rabies must be supplied.
See Sample 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
Reminder to All Residents of Audubon Park
Other than Private Driveways or Handicapped Parking Spots, there are no Dedicated Parking Areas in Audubon Park. All Parking is open to Anyone.