NEXT FREEHOLDER MEETING
The next Board of Chosen Freeholders meeting will be held on September 5, 2018
at the Salem County Old Courthouse, 104 Market Street, Salem.
(Attendees please enter through the front door entrance on Broadway.)
The presentation of the County Audit will be at the September 5, 2018 meeting.
The meeting begins at 6:30 PM in the Salem County Olde Courthouse, 104 Market Street, Salem, NJ.
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Notice is hereby given that the Salem County Office on Aging is accepting sealed proposals for the period commencing January 1, 2019, with two (2) one year renewable options at the discretion of the County, subject to the availability of funds and to the continuing...read more
Date & Time: August 28, 2018 at 6:30 pm
Location: Ware Agriculture Building
We have been working together with the State Office of Mosquito Control Coordination to schedule an aerial adulticide application in Pennsville Township, particularly at the Fort Mott Dredge Site. The site will be treated between the hours of 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm on...read more
Hosted by: Salem County Department of Health and Human Services Date: Tuesday October 30, 2018; Time: 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm; Location: Salem Community College, Room: DON-106, 460 Hollywood Avenue, Carneys Point, NJ The NJ Self-Help Clearinghouse is offering a free...read more
MEDIA ALERT: Please Call 856-769-1955 If You Made Contact With Bat in the Pilesgrove Township Acme on Sunday
The Salem County Department of Health and Human Service is requesting help from the media to alert the public for anyone who may have come into contact with a bat that was seen flying in the Pilesgrove Township Acme on Sunday, July 29, mid afternoon to call...read more
Charles Hassler, Deputy Freeholder Director and Chair of the Economic Development/ Public Works Committee will be one of the seven county officials speaking at the upcoming Regional Economic Perspective Conference on July 17. “Working together will bring our...read more
July 2018 The Salem County Department of Health & Human Services announces its July 2018 schedule. The Walk-N-Talks will take place every Tuesday at 10 AM in various parks throughout the county. Each walk will feature a different health topic. The Move Yourself! Salem...read more
CLICK HERE TO USE THE SEARCH TOOL TO HELP YOU CHOOSE THE REPELLENT PRODUCT THAT IS RIGHT FOR YOU You can specify : mosquitoes, ticks or both; protection time; active ingredient; or other product-specific information. Consider these factors when choosing a repellent:...read more
SPRING REQUIRES VIGILANCE TO AVOID CONTRACTING RABIES Salem County saw a decline in the number of positive rabies cases in 2017 and fewer residents needing treatment for possible exposure to the rabies virus, according to the Salem County Department of Health and...read more