NEXT FREEHOLDER MEETING
Date & Time: Thursday, January 24, 2019 - 6:30 PM
Location: Salem County Olde Courthouse, 104 Market Street, Salem.
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Salem County Mosquito Control would like to remind the residents of Salem County to continue to be vigilant about mosquitoes and mosquito avoidance. Mosquitoes in Salem County have tested positive for both Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus and West Nile virus. ...read more
SC Officials Vote to Suspend Courthouse Arbitration Hearings to Help Reduce the Financial Burden on Taxpayers
The Salem County Board of Chosen Freeholders unanimously voted to suspend the arbitration hearings of the Salem County Courthouse Facility Lawsuit with the New Jersey Judiciary, during the August 15, 2018 board meeting. Freeholder Director Melissa DeCastro stated, “As...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
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