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The Westampton Township Fire Department and Westampton Township Police Department will be escorting the Easter Bunny around town on Saturday April 11th starting at 10 am.
In order for us to do this we need everyone to follow the below rules and understand our concerns.
1. Do not follow or chase down the Easter Bunny.
2. Do not gather in crowds to see the Easter Bunny.
3. Be patient and understanding. We are doing the best we can under the current conditions.
4. We still need to respond to emergencies. At any time, we may stop because of an emergency or, because we feel we are placing you, or our staff at risk.
Thank you for your cooperation! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you, we can’t wait!
That’s great! Thank you!🐰
You all are the best!
Will there be a tracker like santa
Ya'll clear this with Ronald??
Thomas Floyd Tammy Davenport Floyd
1 week ago
New Jersey American WaterATTN: Mt Holly & Westampton - Starting this week, we're replacing 2,400 feet of aging water main along Smith Lane from Woodpecker Lane in Mt Holly to Burlington-Mt Holly Road in Westampton. For more information, including construction hours, please visit: http://ow.ly/NUet50yXLVf ... See MoreSee Less
Why do they have to start so early????
2 weeks ago
The WTES would like to thank the donation of fresh baked cookies and pizza today from our residents and businesses. We greatly appreciate your thoughtfulness Nancy, Maureen, Andrew and Pizza Hut! ... See MoreSee Less
Great idea, you guys are amazing 😉...
Cherry Hill Fire DepartmentIn other news.....
Earlier today, Squad 13 was dispatched to Pemberton Twp., Burlington County, for an overturned 3,000 gallon heating oil tanker. Firefighters from Squad 13 worked with Westampton Squad 27 to stabilize the vehicle and control the leak while Pemberton Township Fire Department managed the damming and diking and fluid control. Job well done by all! ... See MoreSee Less
Great job Westampton Emergency Squad.
The Westampton Township Municipal Building will remain closed until further notice. Employees will be working remotely and answering calls and emails periodically. If you have an emergency, please contact the Westampton Township Police Department, or dial 9-1-1.
If you need to make a payment, please utilize the payment drop box outside the municipal building.
Trash collection will resume as scheduled, unless otherwise posted.
Construction inspections will be handled on a case-by-case evaluation.
If you have any questions, you may call (609) 267-1891. Our employees will be periodically checking and responding to messages during the closure.
We appreciate your patience and understanding during this difficult time, while we want to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our residents and staff. ... See MoreSee Less
I am sure this is a stressful time for all of you... thank you for putting yourselves out there to keep us safe. praying for your safety.
It has to be done. Will Temporary Certificate of Occupancy be issued so closings can continue. I have quite a few towns that will, I just want to be prepared......
To access our Township Meeting please call the following number 646-749-3112 access code is 539-234-685 ... See MoreSee Less
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Amid Lack of Federal Direction, Governor Murphy, Governor Cuomo, and Governor Lamont Announce Regional Approach to Combatting COVID-1
Amid Lack of Federal Direction, Governor Murphy, Governor Cuomo, and Governor Lamont Announce Regional Approach to Combatting COVID-19
The three States will limit crowd capacity for recreational and social gatherings to 50 people - effective by 8 PM tonight
Restaurants and bars will close for on-premise service and move to take-out and delivery only effective 8 PM tonight
Movie theaters, gyms, and casinos will temporarily close effective 8 PM tonight
Uniform approach to social distancing will slow the spread of COVID-19 throughout the tri-state area
Amid a lack of federal direction and nationwide standards, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, and Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont today announced a regional approach to combatting the novel coronavirus - or COVID-19 - throughout the tri-state area.
These uniform standards will limit crowd capacity for social and recreational gatherings to 50 people, effective 8 PM tonight. This follows updated guidance that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued yesterday recommending the cancellation or postponement of in-person events consisting of 50 people or more.
The three governors also announced restaurants and bars will close for on-premise service and move to take-out and delivery services only. These establishments will be provided a waiver for carry-out alcohol. These measures will take effect at 8 PM tonight.
Finally, the three governors said they will temporarily close movie theaters, gyms, and casinos, effective at 8 PM tonight.
This uniform approach to social distancing is meant to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus or COVID-19.
Governor Murphy said, "With all we are seeing in our state - and across our nation and around the world - the time for us to take our strongest, and most direct, actions to date to slow the spread of coronavirus is now. I've said many times over the past several days that, in our state, we are going to get through this as one New Jersey family. But if we're all in this together, we must work with our neighboring states to act together. The work against coronavirus isn't just up to some of us, it's up to all of us."
"Our primary goal right now is to slow the spread of this virus so that the wave of new infections doesn't crash our healthcare system, and everyone agrees social distancing is the best way to do that," Governor Cuomo said. "This is not a war that can be won alone, which is why New York is partnering with our neighboring states to implement a uniform standard that not only keeps our people safe but also prevents 'state shopping' where residents of one state travel to another and vice versa. I have called on the federal government to implement nationwide protocols but in their absence we are taking this on ourselves."
Governor Lamont said, "The only way to effectively fight the spread of COVID-19 is by working together as states. We have shared interests, and a patchwork of closures and restrictions is not the best way forward. I know that because of this collaboration, we will save lives." ... See MoreSee Less
New Jersey Firefighters PFANJFirefighters and Emergency Medical Services members are preparing to help their communities deal with #coronavirus. You can help - when you call 911 make sure you let the call-taker know if you or anyone in your household has flu-like symptoms. It will help responders prepare! ... See MoreSee Less