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September 5th Council Agenda

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Special Council Meetings

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Council Meeting Date Change

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Budget Workshop Meetings

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ANNUAL TOWN WIDE YARD SALE & EARTH DAY/ARBOR DAY TREE DISTRISTRIBUTION

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Main Street Lighting Project

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Notice to Residents – Medford Road Program

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Christmas Tree Collection

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2022 Road Improvement Program Updates

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December 21st Food Trucks on Main Street Menus

December 21st Food Trucks on Main Street Menus

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Annual Fall Leaf Collection Program To Commence Week Of November 6th

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Brush Collection

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Medford Messenger Monthly E-Newsletter

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Upcoming Road Closing in Medford

Upcoming Road Closing in Medford

Burlington County officials notified us today that Centennial ...
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Excellent tip from the Pinelands Garden Club. “Leaves of three, Let it be!” ... See MoreSee Less
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Revive Painting & Powerwashing also power washed the basketball courts at Freedom Park. They’re looking like new and ready for play!!The Bob Meyer Park courts will be done next!! ... See MoreSee Less
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Big Thanks to Revive Painting & Powerwashing for the terrific job they did power washing and painting the new doors at the Bob Bende Soccer complex on Route 541!! ... See MoreSee Less
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Reminder for tomorrow evening!The Environmental Affairs Advisory Committee (EAAC) and the Medford Green Team to host the Second Annual Community Environmental ForumTuesday, April 9, 2024 – 7:00-8:30pm Public Safety Building – 91 Union Street (This event will also be livestreamed and recorded for future viewing via the Township Website here: medfordtownship.com/live-meetings/ )This event, planned by the Medford Green Team Auxiliary and hosted by the EAAC, is open to the public and no pre-registration is required. The format will include a main speaker about native plants and gardens, plus a vermicompost demonstration featuring red wiggler worms, plus tables with exhibits and handouts addressing various environmental issues. Topics to be covered include the following:Native Gardens – Christine Black from Grow Native Gardens, LLC will be speaking on the importance of native plants and how to incorporate them into a home landscape. Her local business, focused on native plant garden designs, helps homeowners and businesses restore biodiversity to their landscapes one yard at a time!Composting – There will be a demonstration of a simple DIY vermicomposting setup that anyone can make at home. Composting is a great way to reduce food waste in our trash, and it provides valuable fertilizer for your flowers and garden plants. However, traditional composting can take weeks or months to break down food scraps and yard materials (leaves, grass clippings, etc…) into a useable resource. The use of red wiggler worms speeds that process up significantly, since they can eat and process up to half of their body weight in food every day!Environmental Information Table – We will have a variety of informational handouts on environmental topics of interest to our community. They will include such things as alternatives to plastics, green products, animal habitats, and much more! This event is free and open to the public. No pre-registration is required. ... See MoreSee Less
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If you visited the Freedom Park Pickleball courts or skatepark this weekend, you may have noticed some recent improvements, including new benches, trash cans, two solar phone charging stations, a two-sided bench with a canopy, as well as parking lot grading and added parking spaces/bumpers. The dual bench was donated to the Township by The Farmstead at Medford (www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100093244508262), and the other improvements were completed as a part of a NJ Department of Community Affairs' Local Recreation Improvement Grant. ... 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.

News & Announcements

September 5th Council Agenda

April 16th Council Agenda

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Learn more
September 5th Council Agenda

Special Council Meetings

For more information click here.
Learn more
September 5th Council Agenda

Council Meeting Date Change

For more information click here.
Learn more
September 5th Council Agenda

Budget Workshop Meetings

For more information click here.
Learn more

ANNUAL TOWN WIDE YARD SALE & EARTH DAY/ARBOR DAY TREE DISTRISTRIBUTION

ANNUAL TOWN WIDE YARD SALE & EARTH DAY/ARBOR ...
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Main Street Lighting Project

1/12/2024 Dear Resident/Business Owner   Main Street Lighting ...
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Notice to Residents – Medford Road Program

For more information click here.
Learn more

2022 Road Improvement Program Updates

Please find the complete details here.
Learn more

Annual Fall Leaf Collection Program To Commence Week Of November 6th

The 2023 annual Fall Leaf Collection program will ...
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Brush Collection

Medford Township began a new Brush Collection Program ...
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Free Residential Shredding Dates

The Township of Medford is pleased to announce ...
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September 5th Council Agenda

April 16th Council Agenda

Click here for more details.
Learn more
September 5th Council Agenda

Special Council Meetings

For more information click here.
Learn more
September 5th Council Agenda

Council Meeting Date Change

For more information click here.
Learn more
September 5th Council Agenda

Budget Workshop Meetings

For more information click here.
Learn more

ANNUAL TOWN WIDE YARD SALE & EARTH DAY/ARBOR DAY TREE DISTRISTRIBUTION

ANNUAL TOWN WIDE YARD SALE & EARTH DAY/ARBOR ...
Learn more

Main Street Lighting Project

1/12/2024 Dear Resident/Business Owner   Main Street Lighting ...
Learn more

Notice to Residents – Medford Road Program

For more information click here.
Learn more

Christmas Tree Collection

CHRISTMAS TREE COLLECTION The Dept. of Public Works ...
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2022 Road Improvement Program Updates

Please find the complete details here.
Learn more

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