News & Notices
Please view post to view the Mail-In Ballot Tutorial that is posted on the the Salem County Clerk website.
Proposal for providing Three Health Care Shuttles for Salem County Senior Residents 60 years of age or older and Limited Disabled Residents, and General Population in a Designated Rural Area Provided by the Salem County Office on Aging and Disabilities (Re-Bid)
Please view post for all details.
The Salem County Board of County Commissioners on 12/7/2022 approved Resolutions #2022-453 to Apply for NJ CDBG-CV1 and CV-3 Grant and #2022-454 to Apply for NJ CDBG-CV2 Grant, which authorized the application for grant CDBG-CV1, CDBG-CV2, and CDBG-CV3. Please view post for more details.
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26, 2022 from 1:00-3:00 PM. See post for details.
Salem County’s new mobile and web app is finally finished! Planning your trip to Salem County just got easier!
Please view post to download the Salem County General Election Ballot Preview PDF.
The Salem County Board of County Commissioners wishes to advise residents to be aware of increased train activity in the county.
After months of planning, construction, and clean-up, the Jesse Bridge on Gershal Avenue is complete.
Join us August 9-12, 2022 for the Salem County Fair! Please see post for all details and scheduling.
The Salem County Board of County Commissioners announces a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the re-opening of Jesse Bridge (crosses Muddy Run) on Gershal Avenue in Pittsgrove. Wednesday, August 17, 2022 at 11:30 am.
The August 2022 edition of the Senior Scoop Newsletter is now available. Please follow the link in this post to view the flier PDF.
The Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA) will hold two virtual town hall meetings to provide a detail briefing on the multi-year project on the New Jersey-bound span of the Delaware Memorial Bridge.
Do you have concerns about falling? Join us at the St. John’s Episcopal Church where you will learn to view falls as controllable,
set goals for increasing activity, make changes to reduce fall risks at home, and exercise to increase strength and balance.
Salem County Division of Mental Health & Addiction Services is offering FREE Narcan Kits to Salem County residents.