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19 hours ago
Paving starts tomorrow!!!Repaving of roads to begin as early as tomorrow Tuesday November 13 on Pennington Dr. and other Holly Hills streets
The contractor, Pioneer Pipe just contacted us today. The work hours are 0700-1500. ... See MoreSee Less
Have you seen Benny?
A Westampton family is missing their cat. They live in the area of Oxmead Road near Dale Road. Any help would be appreciated! ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Veteran's Day to all of our Vets.
The WTES thanks you for your service to our Nation! ... See MoreSee Less
It’s that time of year again!! #firepitseason Does your outdoor fire pit or chimenea comply with the Westampton Township’s Fire Prevention Ordinance? For any questions, comments, or concerns please contact the WTES Bureau of Fire Prevention at (609)267-2041, option 3 for the Fire Marshal.
Open burning within Township boundaries; violations and penalties.
In the best interest of Public Safety, Health, and Air Pollution there shall be no open burning within the Township Boundaries unless a permit has been issued by the Fire Official or the State of New Jersey, Division of Forestry. For permits issued, the permittee must follow all applicable rules and regulations (New Jersey Uniform Fire Code and/or N.J.S.A. Title 13). Penalties shall be assessed as follows if property owners or tenants are found in violation of this section: first offense, $100 and written warning; second offense, $250 and court appearance required; third offense, $1,000 and charges filed in Municipal Court.
Outdoor fire. For the purpose of this section, an approved outdoor fire shall be classified as any fire taking place on a residential property within Westampton Township for the sole purpose of providing warmth or recreation and is contained within an approved device. Approved outdoor fires shall not be subject to the above required permit process unless deemed necessary by the Fire Official. Approved devices shall include commercially manufactured chimnea, outdoor fireplaces, and fire pits; or those constructed in a similar and approved manner. Approved devices shall have a total fuel area not exceeding three feet in diameter and two feet in height and must remain covered by a metal mesh safety/spark screen cover.
Fuel for outdoor fires shall be limited to seasoned fire wood, natural gas or propane and shall not be ignited using flammable/combustible liquids.
Outdoor fires shall not be located within 20 feet of any property line and 15 feet from a combustible structure. Combustible structures shall include: dwellings, garages, sheds, decks, and fences.
Outdoor fires shall be prohibited at any "Use Group R-2" zones as defined by N.J.A.C. 5:70-1.5 to include all multiple-family dwellings having more than two dwelling units as well as all dormitories, rooming houses, group rentals where the occupants are living independently of each other and similar buildings arranged for shelter and sleeping accommodations in which the occupants are primarily not transient in nature. This use group shall also include attached one- and two-family dwelling units which do not meet the definition for Use Group R-3.
Any outdoor fire not complying with Subsection A through D above is prohibited and subject to the above listed penalties.
A person utilizing or maintaining an outdoor fire shall be responsible for all fire suppression costs and any other liability including but not limited to bodily injury, property damage and wrongful death resulting from damage caused by the fire. ... See MoreSee Less
This ordnance is a violation on my constitutional rights.
Road Closed : Oxmead Road at Burrs Road will be closed for a significant time due to a motor vehicle accident. ... See MoreSee Less
No one Stops on Oxmead Road, they Blow thru the Stop Sign!!! Officers need to Ticket them.
This wasn't af the stop sign, it was 4 hours before that all the way to just about the intersection. It was pretty bad
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3 weeks ago
See everyone tonight!The Halloween Fall Fest is on! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago
The WTES would like to wish Rob LeBrun, a very Happy Birthday! Rob received his birthday present a couple months before his birthday this year! Rob has been full time with the department since 2016. Have a Happy Birthday Rob! ... See MoreSee Less
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We hope to see you next Saturday at RCBC for Calming Sirens. Calming Sirens is an event specifically for the special needs population. ... See MoreSee Less
Westampton Township Emergency Services added a new photo.
1 month ago
It was beautiful out for some Vehicle Extrication training this afternoon. Thank you to Tumino’s Towing of Westampton for donating their time and several vehicles for us to use for training! ... See MoreSee Less