Special Meeting, March 20, 2019, 11:30am at Borough Hall to introduce a bond ordinance to refinance existing debt at a lower interest rate.  No other business will be conducted



A new monthly program will begin Monday, March 4, 2019, where seniors will get together each month for various programs.  Some of the topics will include the following:  


  Session one, Family History and how to start researching

  Session two, Local History from Mt. Ephraim to Camden Co.

  Session three, Book Club/Book Exchange

  Session four Hobbies/Interests


The calendar with the list of topics will be distributed at the first meeting. Session one will be Monday, March 4, 2019 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm at the Charles Dougherty Senior Center,

508 Lambert Avenue.  We will then continue to meet the first Monday of each month at the same time and place.  Programs are free and there is parking in the back and easy access.  Come out and get together with your friends and neighbors for some exciting and interesting programs!




Effective immediately--no plastic bags or trash of any kind can be in with recycling.  Plastic bags cause equipment jams at the recycling center and they will start to fine us if it continues.  We are also having a problem with residents putting food trash and greasy pizza boxes in with recycling.  These cannot be recycled!!  All containers must be rinsed clean and free of any food products.  Beginning the week of November 26, we will be monitoring recycling and will not collect any recycling if we see residents putting plastic bags or trash in with recycling.  We will leave you a warning notice with additional information.  For more information on recycling regulations, you can view a short video at the following website:  www.recyclingsimplified.com or go to YouTube and put in Recycling Simplified to view the video. 


If your recycling contains anything improper, it will not be collected and the following notice will be left at your door:  Recycling notice



For the full list of meeting dates for the Borough of Mount Ephraim, click here:

2019 meeting dates




We have dedicated volunteers who are working to trap, spay/neuter feral cats.  They can always use more help.  If you are an animal lover and would like to get involved, or to report feral cats and/or kittens in your neighborhood, please call Borough Hall at 856-931-1546 and ask for Terry or email boroclerk@mountephraim-nj.com.  We can always use food and monetary donations to help pay for the spaying/neutering.  Food and money can be dropped off at Borough Hall. 


Online payments for taxes and sewer

We now accept online payments for taxes and sewer.  Be advised there is a fee for this service as follows: 

        e-check or ACH debit-$1.05; Debit card-$3.95;

         credit card 2.95% of payment amount.

Click here to make an Online payment for taxes and sewer




The municipal election will be held Tuesday, May 14, 2019.  All three commission seats are up for election.  For a candidate packet of information, click here:  2019 Municipal Election packet



Any organization that wants to conduct a basket auction, 50/50, designer bag bingo, or any other kind of raffle must have a license.  The organization must first be licensed by the state of New Jersey to conduct games and then a separate license is required for each game to be held from the municipality where the games will be conducted.  For more information on obtaining a gaming license from the state, you can go to the Legalized Games of Chance Control Commission website. Once you have your gaming license, contact the Municipal Clerk to obtain a license for the individual games to be held.  Paperwork for a raffle/bingo license must be received a month before your scheduled event.  We must have three notarized and originally signed copies of the application.  Each application must be signed by two officers of the organization.  Contact the Municipal Clerk at 856-931-1546 or via email at boroclerk@mountephraim-nj.com.   






          Pictured from left to right:  Commissioner "Traz" Tovinsky,

              Mayor Joseph Wolk and Commissioner Andy Gilmore.