Due to the Christmas and New Year’s Day Holiday, Wednesday trash and recycling pickup on these holidays will be moved back one day.
During Christmas week, the following scheduled will occur:
Monday and Tuesday, December 23 and 24, regular trash and recycling pickup;
Wednesday, December 25 trash and recycling pickup will be Thursday, December 26.
During New Year’s week, the following schedule will occur:
Monday and Tuesday, December 30 and 31, regular trash and recycling pickup;
Wednesday, January 1 trash and recycling pickup will be Thursday, January 2.
If you have any questions please contact (856) 783-7400 extension 200 at Borough Hall.
The annual Pine Hill Christmas Parade will now be held Sunday, December 15 at 6:00 PM. The Parade is hosted by the Pine Hill Fire Department and Pine Hill Borough Council.
The parade will begin at 1st Avenue and proceed down Erial Road to the Pine Hill Fire House.
The Pine Hill Fire Department is collecting non-perishable food items and new unwrapped toys for families in need in our community. Please consider those less fortunate during the holidays, and drop off a new unwrapped toy and/ or non-perishable food item to the Fire Station at 1109 Erial Road.
On behalf of the Borough, we thank you in advance for your kindness. Happy Holidays.
Pine Hill Senior Citizens are invited to a holiday party at Overbrook high school. The holiday party will be held Friday, December 20 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM in the High School cafeteria.
Please RSVP by December 16 to the High School: Roxanne Presley 767-8000 extension 6099 or Amanda Redrow 767-8000 extension 6033.
The Camden County Freeholders are offering Line Dancing and Tai Chi classes for seniors in November and December.
For more information contact Tom Castellan at (856) 858-2986.
The Borough will begin leaf pickup the week of October 21. The entire schedule is attached below, and the Public Works team will adhere to that schedule as closely as possible.
The Borough asks that no plastic items, metal cans or products, excessive amounts of paper, large twigs or branches be mixed in with the leaves, as the composting facility may refuse the entire load of leaves.
Prior to the week of pick up, notice will be posted on telephone poles in the scheduled area.
Pine Hill had another successful cleanup day on Saturday, October 5. Several Pine Hill families and over one dozen local groups volunteered to beautify areas within the Borough. All local businesses were also invited to spruce up their properties.
Many thanks go out to all who participated in the event, and each organized group that volunteered will receive a $300 mini grant from the Clean Communities fund. The volunteer groups included school, sports and civic organizations.
The volunteers, in cooperation with the Borough’s Public Works Department and Police Department, picked up close to 150 bags of trash over several hours. The Borough thanks everyone for their time and commitment to Pine Hill.
The Camden County Department of Health and Human Services has posted the 2013 Influenza Immunization Schedule. The schedule, attached through the link below, begins on September 26. Any questions should be directed to the Department of Heath and Human Services at 800.999.9045.