Latex paint is non-hazardous and should not be brought to our Household Special Waste Collections. It can be disposed of in the regular trash, provided it is first dried out.
Please see the document listed below to follow the simple steps that you can dispose of latex paint in the trash, year round.
“As part of the on-going update of the Camden County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan, a Preliminary Municipal Appendix is available for review that addresses natural hazard mitigation issues for our community. The Preliminary Municipal Appendix can be downloaded from http://nj4hmp.com by clicking on “Camden County” and then clicking on “Pine Hill”. Comments can be submitted via the “Contact Us” page on the website. However, please note that comments must be submitted no later than Friday, January 16, 2015.”
On Monday, July 21st, 2104, with the intent of increasing the safety of pedestrians and motorists along Erial Road (CR706), Mayor and Council, with approval of the Camden County Board of Freeholders, passed Ordinance 2014-915, amending Chapter VIII of the Code of the Borough of Pine Hill, specifically related to parking along Erial Road (CR706). An investigation undertaken by the Pine Hill Police Department and Borough Consulting Engineer determined parking along Erial Road should be controlled due to lack of necessary area for safe parking as well as it being determined parking along Erial Road creates a significant traffic hazard for residents and motoring public.
On Monday, June 16th, 2104, with the intent of increasing the safety of residents and motorists along Lake Avenue, Mayor and Council, passed Ordinance 2014-914, amending Chapter VIII of the Code of the Borough of Pine Hill, specifically related to parking along the westerly side of Lake Avenue. An investigation undertaken by the Pine Hill Police Department and Pine Hill Fire Department determined parking along westerly Lake Avenue should be controlled due to the lack of necessary area for safe parking as well as it being determined parking along both easterly and westerly sides of Lake Avenue creates a significant hindrance to the safe passage and operation of fire suppression equipment and a traffic hazard for residents and motoring public.
Atlantic City Electric Launches New Streetlight Reporting Systems
Mays Landing, N.J. – Atlantic City Electric has launched a new streetlight reporting system, a self-service online map tool that enables customers to report a streetlight outage or problem to Atlantic City Electric through its website.
For more information see the attached flyer.
Camden County Department of Health and Human Services Division of Senior and Disabled Services is offering free fans to Camden County Senior and/or disabled residents who have an income of $24,000 or less. Proof of residency and income is required. Please contact 856-858-3220 for more information.
Senior and Disabled Services
512 Lakeland Road- 4th floor
Blackwood, NJ 08012