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PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF 39 ALLEN AVE (MUNICIPAL PROPERTY-FORMER LIBRARY) PLANNING BOARD MEETING – WED., JULY 24th

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September 5th Council Agenda

Medford Township Council Meetings Cancelled

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Special Meeting – July 1st 2024

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Closed June 19th

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Dam Safety Workshop

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Tax Bills Statement

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Hydrant Flushing

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Attention Farmers

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Medford’s Annual Independence Day Fireworks – Wed. July 3rd

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Third Thursday Food Truck Nights – Thursday, June 20th

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Annual Fishing Derby – July 15th 2024

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2024 Free Residential Shredding Events

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2024 Brush Collection Schedule

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WILDFIRE UPDATE: Tea Time Hill Wildfire - Wharton State Forest - Tabernacle Twp, Burlington County Fireworks have been identified as the cause of the Tea Time Hill Wildfire, which is burning near the Batona Campground and Apple Pie Hill in Wharton State Forest. The New Jersey Forest Fire Service led the investigation, in collaboration with the New Jersey State Park Police, the New Jersey Division of Fire Safety, and the Burlington County Fire Marshal's Office. A fireworks device lighted inside the forest ignited the fire late Thursday, July 4, and the Apple Pie Hill Fire Tower discovered the fire shortly after 9 a.m. Friday, July 5. Anyone with further information about the fire that could aid in the investigation is urged to call the New Jersey State Park Police tip line at 844-PARK-TIP (844-727-5847).The New Jersey State Park Police reminds visitors to New Jersey’s state parks, forests and recreation areas that fireworks are strictly prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, beaches, campgrounds, fields and forested areas. If you observe illegal or suspicious activity while visiting New Jersey’s state parks, forests or historic sites, please report the activity to DEP Dispatch at 1-877-WARNDEP (1-877-927-6337) or 9-1-1.—————————————————SIZE & CONTAINMENT🔥 Size: 4,000 acres 🔥 Containment: 65% STRUCTURES THREATNED✅ 0 structures threatened EVACUATIONS⚠️ The Batona Campground in Wharton State Forest has been evacuated✅ No residential structures have been evacuatedTRAIL CLOSURES⚠️ The Batona Trail is closed between Route 532 and Carranza Road⚠️ The Tulpehocken Trail is closed from Apple Pie Hill to Hawkins Bridge ROAD CLOSURES⚠️ Local Wharton State Forest road closures ⚠️ Carranza Road is closed from the Carranza Memorial to Speedwell Road at Friendship Field EQUIPMENT DEPLOYED 🚒 Forest Fire Service ground crews continue to monitor and combat the wildfire around the clock. Earlier today, an observation helicopter and another helicopter capable of dropping 300 gallons of water were utilized in the firefighting efforts.NEXT UPDATE ⏰ The next update for this incident is expected at approximately 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 7.Please remember, “No Drones in Fire Zones - If YOU fly, WE can't!” More info: www.facebook.com/NJForestFireService/posts/pfbid02XeCUXmgBdqXSqbZE3d3roqQb3EFkkFKRD9xkav4VYaHKWzL...————————————Helpful Wildfire Terminology🔥 Wildfire - An uncontrolled fire burning the different types of vegetation that cover the land. A wildfire is considered a “major wildfire” after it exceeds 100 acres in size.🔥 Containment - When reporting on a wildfire a percentage of containment will be given, which will state how much of the fireline has been completed.🔥 Backfire - A fire intentionally set along the interior edge of a fireline by Forest Fire Service staff to consume fuel in the path of a wildfire and/or to change the direction of force of a fire’s convection column.🔥 Fireline - The part of a containment or control line that is scraped or dug to mineral soil.🔥 Threatened - Critical infrastructure, roads, homes and commercial buildings that are in the vicinity of a wildfire.#NJFFS #NJForestFireService #NewJerseyDEP ... See MoreSee Less
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WILDFIRE UPDATE: Tea Time Hill Wildfire - Wharton State Forest - Tabernacle Twp, Burlington County ACREAGE & CONTAINMENT🔥 Size: 4,000 acres 🔥 Containment: 65% Forest Fire Service crews overnight will continue to monitor improve and improve containment lines. STRUCTURES THREATNED✅ 0 structures threatened EVACUATIONS⚠️ The Batona Campground in Wharton State Forest has been evacuated✅ No residential structures have been evacuatedTRAIL CLOSURES⚠️ The Batona Trail is closed between Route 532 and Carranza Road⚠️ The Tulpehocken Trail is closed from Apple Pie Hill to Hawkins Bridge ROAD CLOSURES⚠️ Local Wharton State Forest road closures ⚠️ Carranza Road is closed from the Carranza Memorial to Speedwell Road at Friendship Field EQUIPMENT DEPLOYED 🚒 The Forest Fire Service has responded to the wildfire with ground crews, an observation helicopter and a helicopter capable of dropping 300 gallons of water.NEXT UPDATE ⏰ The next update for this incident is expected at approximately 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, July 7.Please remember, “No Drones in Fire Zones - If YOU fly, WE can't!” More info: www.facebook.com/NJForestFireService/posts/pfbid02XeCUXmgBdqXSqbZE3d3roqQb3EFkkFKRD9xkav4VYaHKWzL...————————————Helpful Wildfire Terminology🔥 Wildfire - An uncontrolled fire burning the different types of vegetation that cover the land. A wildfire is considered a “major wildfire” after it exceeds 100 acres in size.🔥 Containment - When reporting on a wildfire a percentage of containment will be given, which will state how much of the fireline has been completed.🔥 Backfire - A fire intentionally set along the interior edge of a fireline by Forest Fire Service staff to consume fuel in the path of a wildfire and/or to change the direction of force of a fire’s convection column.🔥 Fireline - The part of a containment or control line that is scraped or dug to mineral soil.🔥 Threatened - Critical infrastructure, roads, homes and commercial buildings that are in the vicinity of a wildfire.#NJFFS #NJForestFireService #NewJerseyDEP ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Independence Day!! Big thanks and kudos to the Medford Celebrates Foundation and Board of Trustees for another spectacular celebration and fireworks display last night at Freedom Park!! Thanks and appreciation also to the Medford Township Police Department, the Medford Township Department of Fire & EMS, The Burlington County Fire Police Association, the CERT Team, the Civil Air Patrol, and all the other public safety agencies who insured a safe event for all in attendance!! The Department of Public Works employees also deserve recognition for their efforts in getting the park ready before and after the event and also assisting Police with traffic barricades and barrels for the road detours. The Freedom Barks Dog Park committee also deserve thanks for diligently cleaning up the fields in the dog park this morning where the fireworks were lit. As you can imagine, an event of this magnitude involved almost all Township employees and many, many residents and volunteers who worked together to bring this annual celebration to all who have come to cherish it as a true Medford tradition!!! On behalf of the Township Council, we sincerely thank each and every person who was involved, and we wish all residents a safe and happy 4th of July weekend!! ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy July 3rd & Fireworks Day/Night!!!!Parking locations for Freedom Park can be found here on the Township website: medfordtownship.com/freedom-park-events/ A very limited number of handicapped accessible parking spaces will be available to vehicles with proper license plates or handicapped placards in Freedom Park and across the street in the Medford Police Administration Building parking lot.During the evening hours beginning around 6:00PM to approximately 11:00PM, expect traffic delays in the area of Freedom Park and the village area of Medford Township. Please provide yourself extra time if you're in the area due to additional vehicle and pedestrian traffic. ... See MoreSee Less
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Township Offices will be closing at 3:00 pm on Wednesday, July 3rd. The Pinelands Branch Library will be closing at 5:00 pm tomorrow. As a reminder Twp. offices, the DPW Yard and the Library will also be closed on July 4th, and reopen on normal hours on Friday, July 5th. ... See MoreSee Less
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Welcome to the Township
of Medford, New Jersey

Medford Township

This site offers everything you need to know about Medford; for residents, businesses, and visitors alike. To quickly navigate what's available here, please visit the Guide for using our Township Website.

Our Township is nestled between fertile farms and the Federal Pinelands Natural Reserve in Burlington County, New Jersey. Located 30 minutes from Philadelphia and 45 minutes from the Jersey shore, our Township serves as the hub of business and culture for this region. Unlike many communities, Medford has not lost its’ “soul” to the suburban sprawl which has consumed many of New Jersey’s towns.

Medford has a bustling Village area, where unique shops and restaurants line our original and historic “Main Street.” The residential areas in Medford have been created with respect for the woodlands, streams and lakes surrounding us. Homes of log cabins, Victorian estates and contemporary facades dot the landscape. Dedicated open space, private camps, bike paths and sidewalks allow for many recreational activities. With Medford’s border of a million acres of protected forest and over 50% of the township as dedicated open space and natural surroundings, we are assured of a quiet and healthy environment for the future.

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September 5th Council Agenda

7-16-24 Special Meeting Agenda

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PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF 39 ALLEN AVE (MUNICIPAL PROPERTY-FORMER LIBRARY) PLANNING BOARD MEETING – WED., JULY 24th

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September 5th Council Agenda

Medford Township Council Meetings Cancelled

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September 5th Council Agenda

Special Meeting – July 1st 2024

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Closed June 19th

All Municipal Offices & the DPW Yard will ...
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Dam Safety Workshop

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Tax Bills Statement

2024 Third (3rd) quarter water & sewer utility ...
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Hydrant Flushing

Starting this month, residents in the municipal water ...
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Attention Farmers

The Tax Assessor’s office has mailed 2025 Farmland ...
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Medford’s Annual Independence Day Fireworks – Wed. July 3rd

Medford Celebrates Foundation, Inc. (MCF) announces that ShopRite ...
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September 5th Council Agenda

7-16-24 Special Meeting Agenda

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PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF 39 ALLEN AVE (MUNICIPAL PROPERTY-FORMER LIBRARY) PLANNING BOARD MEETING – WED., JULY 24th

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September 5th Council Agenda

Medford Township Council Meetings Cancelled

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September 5th Council Agenda

Special Meeting – July 1st 2024

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Closed June 19th

All Municipal Offices & the DPW Yard will ...
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Dam Safety Workshop

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Tax Bills Statement

2024 Third (3rd) quarter water & sewer utility ...
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Hydrant Flushing

Starting this month, residents in the municipal water ...
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Attention Farmers

The Tax Assessor’s office has mailed 2025 Farmland ...
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Medford’s Annual Independence Day Fireworks – Wed. July 3rd

Medford Celebrates Foundation, Inc. (MCF) announces that ShopRite ...
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Bid Advertisement

Emergency Medical
Billing Services

Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the Township Clerk of the Township of Medford, New Jersey for Emergency Medical Billing Services on Wednesday, August 14th, 2024, at 10:00 a.m. prevailing time, in the offices of the Medford Municipal Building at 49 Union Street, Medford, New Jersey.

Specifications and contract documents may be obtained from the Clerks Office, located at 49 Union Street, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday or via the Medford Township website www.medfordtownship.com.

Bids must be on the standard proposal form in the manner designated therein and enclosed in a sealed envelope bearing the name and address of the bidder and the contact description on the outside.

“Bidders are to comply with the requirements of P.L. 1975, C. 127. {NJAC 17:27}”.

Tara Wicker, Municipal Clerk

Emergency Medical Billing Services

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