Fall Leaf Collection Schedule

The Borough will begin leaf pickup the week of October 27, 2014.  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.

We appreciate your cooperation with the collection process.

Fall Leaf Pickup 2014

 

 

 

“Caring for Aging Loved Ones”

Camden County Board of Freeholders presents Caring for Aging Loved Ones Conference 2014.  The Conference is on October 29 located at Cooper River, 7050 North Park Drive, Pennsauken, NJ  08109 (Camden County Boathouse) 5:30 pm till 8:30 pm.

If you are responsible for a Senior, learn about important services to assist you and your loved one with these concerns:

  • Legal Issues
  • Securing Your Finances, Elder Law Information
  • Housing Options
  • Assisted Living, Shared Housing
  • Home Care & Respite Programs
  • In-Home, Social Activities
  • Health Insurance Counseling and more…

Please register at camdencounty.com/2014caregivers

For more information call 856-374-2582

Caregivers Conference

CAMDEN COUNTY WOMEN’S HEALTH CONFERENCE

Camden County Women’s Health Conference will take place on Saturday, October 18, 2014 at Eastern High School in Voorhees from 8:00 am till 3:00 pm.

There is something for everyone at the Women’s Health Conference, including 60 workshops, 140 exhibitors, door prizes and more!  The conference is free but, registration is required.  Register today as space is limited at www.camdencounty.com/WHC2014  Continental Breakfast will be served and a box lunch provided to attendees.

Should you have any question, please call 856-216-2119.

 

Womens Health Conference

Camden County’s Annual FREE Women’s Health Conference

Camden County Women’s Health Conference will take place on Saturday, October 18th at Eastern High School in Voorhees from 8:00 am till 3:00 pm.

There is something for everyone at the Women’s Health Conference, including 60 workshops, 140 exhibitors, door prizes and more!  The conference is free but, registration is required.  Continental breakfast will be served and a box lunch provided to attendees.  Should you have any questions, please call 856-216-2119.

Register today as space is limited at www.camdencounty.com/WHC2014

Camden County Fair

Come to the Camden County Fair on Saturday, September 27 (10:00 am till 6:00 pm) or Sunday, September 28 (10 am till 4 pm) at the Lakeland Complex, Woodbury-Turnersville Road, Blackwood, NJ.

FREE ADMISSION!             FREE PARKING!

  • Free Face Painting and Pony Rides – Amusement Rides – Arcade Games – Great Fair Food – Continuous Entertainment from Local Groups and Solo Performers – Fire Engines – Swat Vehicles – K-9 Dogs – Lots of Exhibitors and More!!!

Come and Enjoy a Fun-Filled Day with Family and Friends!

For exhibitor information, email: efalcone@camdencounty.com

Sponsored by Camden County Board of Freeholders

Camden County Fair Flyer

Proclamation for Pine Valley Gun Club

Council President McCullen presented a Proclamation on behalf of Mayor Green to the members of the Pine Valley Gun Club for their extraordinary effort as host of the Trap Shooting Event for the 34th Annual VA Wheelchair Games.  Their effort was a positive reflection not only of the Pine Valley Gun Club, but also the Borough of Pine Hill.

 

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Mosquito Commission Spraying

Please be advised, the Mosquito Commission will be spraying in the Borough of Pine Hill TONIGHT, Monday, September 15th, from 7-11pm, weather permitting, in the following locations:

  • E 7th Avenue
  • E 8th Avenue
  • E 9th Avenue
  • E 10th Avenue
  • E 11th Avenue
  • E 12th Avenue
  • E Branch Avenue
  • Kayser Avenue
  • Erial Road

Fall Clean Community Clean Up Day

The Borough of Pine Hill will be hosting the annual Community Wide Clean-Up Day on Saturday, October 4, 2014 beginning at 9:00 AM .  We are looking for community groups, sports teams, clubs and neighbors to help the Borough and the environment by cleaning an area of park, road or school.  This is a great opportunity for students to earn volunteer hours and give back to their community.

If your group would like to participate, please visit Borough Hall or contact 856.783.7400.  Remember that groups of participants under 18 years of age need to have an adult volunteer.  Light refreshments will be available at Borough Hall following the cleanup, and Clean Communities mini-grants will also be available for each organization that participates with a volunteer team.

On behalf of the Borough, we would like to thank you in advance for your participation and your commitment to the environment.