NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Borough offices are closed on Thanksgiving Day and the day after, Thursday & Friday, November 26th & 27th. Mayor Scheffler […Continue Reading]
Pal-Riv Basketball clinics and instructional games — for boys & girls — sign up now!
For Palmyra and Riverton boys and girls in grades Kindergarten through 8th Grade. Separate clinics and instructional teams offered by […Continue Reading]
Military Service Medals to be issued to Veterans on Monday, November 16th
The Borough is proud to recognize and honor our brave Service men and women with a Military Service Medal minted […Continue Reading]
Congratulations Michelle, Lew & Shelby!
Councilwoman Michelle Arnold was elected to a four-year term as Mayor during Tuesday’s General Election contest. Michelle’s running mates Lewis […Continue Reading]
UPDATE: Homestead Benefit (Rebate) Applications deadline extended to December 31, 2015! Also, 4th Quarter taxes due November 1st!
UPDATE for 10/29/2015: The deadline to file your Homestead Benefit Application has been extended to December 31, 2015! Also, Fourth […Continue Reading]
Free Home Security Inspections for Seniors!
The Burlington County Sheriff’s Department Senior Services Unit provides FREE home security surveys and safety modifications for seniors, 60 and over, […Continue Reading]
Curbside leaf collection begins Monday, October 26th
Curbside leaf collection begins Monday, October 26th and runs through Friday, December 18th. For the leaf collection schedule in your […Continue Reading]
Just in time for Veterans Day: Jobs, benefits for veterans coming to area
Learn more about Palmyra’s Veterans by visiting the webpages provided after this article… Jobs, benefits and more for veterans coming […Continue Reading]
Child Safety Seat Checkpoints: UPDATE — CHECKPOINTS OFFERED EVERY WEDNESDAY!
The Burlington County Sheriff’s Department Child Safety Seat Team, which consists of State Certified Technicians, will be at the Palmyra […Continue Reading]
Help Wanted: Public Works & Sewer Superintendent
Due to the pending retirement of long-time Public Works & Sewer Superintendent Tom Ryan, the Borough will soon have a […Continue Reading]