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Woodstown Police Department

3 weeks 4 days ago

***Update. The owner of the dog has been found and she has been returned home. Thanks for everyone's help with locating the owner.

Lost Dog found in the area of Macaltioner Ave. Please contact the police department at 769-1330 or 769-2121 if you are the owner of the dog or if know who the owner is.

Woodstown Police Department

3 weeks 5 days ago

***UPDATE***

The dog has been found. Thank you for your help.

***LOST DOG***

Candlelight Area

Please contact the Woodstown Police Department at 856-769-1330 if found.

Woodstown Police Department

4 weeks 8 hours ago

Notice to our Borough Residents: Woodstown Public Works employees will be chipping branches for the final time on Monday, October 22, 2018. Placing branches out after this date can cause road hazards and safety issues during the winter months.

Woodstown Police Department

1 month 1 week ago

Notice to our residents, overnight road construction:
SJ Gas and their contractors will be working in the center of town, (Rt. 40 and S. Main St.) on Oct. 4, 2018 from 9pm-5am. This may cause some traffic delays.

Woodstown Police Department

1 month 3 weeks ago

Notice to our Borough Residents:
The N.J. Department of Transportation invites you to participate in a Public Information Center for the upcoming Route 40 paving project on Wednesday, October 3, 2018 at the Woodstown Middle School All Purpose Room located at 15 Lincoln Ave. from 6:00-8:00 p.m. The project is for the rebuilding of Route 40 (a.k.a. East Ave. between Chestnut Dr. and Wilson Ave. We hope our residents will take this opportunity to come see the drawing, and speak to the members of the project team on an individual basis.

Woodstown Police Department

2 months 20 hours ago

The Borough of Woodstown is currently accepting applications for individuals interested in becoming substitute school crossing guards:
Positions are immediately available for back-up crossing guards, paying $13.40 per hour. Applicants must submit to a background check, medical exam, and training (provided by the Police Department). Student crossings occur each school day at 7:00 am and 2:25 pm. Interested parties should contact Police Clerk Jena Dolbow @ 856-769-1330. Feel free to share our post!

Woodstown Police Department

2 months 3 weeks ago

Notice to residents:
The Salem County Health Department has made us aware that there is a confirmed harmful algae bloom present at the Woodstown Lake. The levels are at or above the NJ health advisory guidance. Until further notice, do not drink or have contact with the water including, but not limited to, swimming, wading and water sports. Fish caught in the lake should not be eaten. Pets and livestock should not contact or drink the water. Plese contact us directly with questions. 856-769-1330

Woodstown Police Department

3 months 2 weeks ago

Yesterday the Woodstown Police Department marked the retirement of Public Safety Director Cristopher Simmermon. Director Simmermon served as a trooper with the New Jersey State Police from 1985 until 2010 before coming to the Woodstown Police Department to serve as director in 2011. We would like to thank Director Simmermon for his years of service and wish him the best of luck in his retirement.

Sgt. Raymond Mattson will be taking over the roll as the department's next leader and will be sworn in as Police Chief on August 14th at 7:00pm. We would like to invite the public to join us at the borough council meeting as we mark yet another chapter in our history.

Woodstown Police Department

4 months 1 week ago

On Tuesday 7-10-2018 @ 7pm, the Woodstown Borough Council members will swear-in Woodstown Police Department’s new police officer. Patrolman Dustin Wilson is an Alloway resident and a 2011 graduate of Woodstown High School. He has completed 19 weeks of PTC Basic Officer training at Gloucester County Police Academy (Class #52) and will be assigned WPD badge number 1220.

Community members are invited to attend his Oath-Of-Office event at tomorrow’s regularly scheduled Borough Council meeting.