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Subsequent building or sign permits or specialty licenses (food preparation, massage, taxi, etc.) may also be required from the clerk’s office. Please contact Business Advocate Natalie Barney by calling (856) 432-8706 for more information.
For more information, please view the smoke and carbon monoxide detector inspection information sheet.
For more information, view the home escape planning under Fire Safety for Residents.
You can also contact Cherry Hill Township's Public Works Department at (856) 424-4422.
In 1994, the fire districts of Cherry Hill carried ratings from three to five. Our current rating of two may have a positive effect on your insurance premiums. Currently, only about a dozen fire departments across the state have this rating.
For additional information, please contact the Municipal Clerk's Office by calling 856-488-7892. Pet License Application
Ordinances and Resolutions
A filing delay of 10-14 days is typical for tickets issued by the New Jersey State Police, Camden County Park Police, and Delaware River Port Authority / Port Authority Transit Corporation. Tickets issued by Cherry Hill Police Department are usually available online by 5:00 pm the day after the date of the ticket.
If you suspect a typographical error, please contact the court by calling (856) 488-7850 for assistance.
In every case, the Mayor's Office staff will help guide you through the process and take the best course of action to deliver results.
The mayor and council like to recognize noteworthy occasions and individuals within the community at the start of each council meeting. To recommend a particular individual or cause or inquire about the proclamation process, please contact the Mayor's Office staff by calling (856) 488-7878.
Please contact the Public Works Department by calling (856) 424-4422.
Contact the Public Works Department by calling (856) 424-4422 to determine if the location of the pothole is county, state, or township responsibility or report the pothole online using our Report a Pothole.
For program proposals and for more information, click here.
Crashes caused by red light running result in more than 800 fatalities and 165,000 injuries each year, according to the NHTSA. The economic impact of red light running on society is estimated to be $14 billion annually. Other motorists and pedestrians account for nearly half the deaths caused by red light running crashes.
View how red light cameras work for more information on the functionality of the cameras.
Communities lack the resources necessary to allow police to patrol intersections as often as would be needed to ticket all motorists who run red lights and thereby make a significant impact on red light running. Red light cameras are designed to identify traffic law violators without depending on the presence of police officers, allowing communities to focus on other enforcement needs.
A 2007 study of three Iowa communities equipped with red light cameras found no increase in rear-end collisions. A 2005 study in Raleigh, North Carolina, showed a 25% reduction in rear-end accidents. Columbus, Ohio experienced an 81% decrease in rear-end collisions at its first installed intersections after one year.
All Voter Registration forms must be returned to the Camden County Superintendent of Elections office or to the Cherry Hill Township Clerk’s Office, at least 21 days prior to the next election to be eligible to vote in Cherry Hill.