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Borough Hall Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tax Collector's Office: Open until 6:30 PM on Mondays
Tax Assessor's Office: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM on Mondays



FEMA Flood Mapping, including NEW Advisory Maps

The Palmyra Office of Emergency Management is actively participating in the development of the Burlington County All Hazards Mitigation Plan. The Borough has attended meetings and provided information to help the Burlington County Office of Emergency Management formulate the Hazard Mitigation Plan. This Plan is mandatory if the Borough wishes to be considered for federal and State funding opportunities.

Below you will find a link for a questionnaire, please feel free to take the survey and help us formulate the Plan.

Click here to take survey

You can also view the Burlington County website for further information about the Plan.




Richard K. Dreby – Executive Coordinator
Scott Reed – Coordinator
Tracy Kilmer – Deputy Coordinator
Howard Norcross – Deputy Coordinator
John Skowronski – Deputy Coordinator

We are located at:
Borough of Palmyra
2nd Floor
20 West Broad St.
Palmyra, NJ 08065

We can be reached at:

Telephone: 856-829-1096
Fax: 856-829-4096

In 2009 the Palmyra Office of Emergency Management (OEM) joined with the Borough of Riverton to form one OEM.

OEM is a resource group that supports the emergency services in Palmyra and Riverton. Evolved from the old Civil Defense program of the 1950’s, the Office of Emergency Management of today uses a four phase approach of preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation to help keep our town safe.

The OEM is responsible for the response and coordination of all activities necessary to protect both Boroughs residents from natural and man made disasters such as fire, flood, severe storms, terrorism and mass casualty events. We do this through emergency planning. OEM coordinates emergency management services for the Borough by providing leadership, planning, education, and training exercises.

The OEM is supported by the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) and the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). The LEPC is responsible for the planning and implementation of plans to help mitigate and plan before, during and after an emergency.

CERT is a group of private citizens that aide the LEPC and professional responders in both emergency and non emergency situations. Through specialized training CERT provides a vital service in the absence of emergency responders. Read more about CERT and becoming a member under the Emergency Management CERT tab.
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In our efforts to provide more reliable communications with residents in the Borough, we have implemented Swiftreach Networks, Inc. as our new Emergency Notification Service Provider.

Swift911™ in its simplest form is a system that makes phone calls to specific people or areas in the event of an emergency or for sharing important information. All the calls you receive will have the Caller ID of either the Borough of Palmyra, or our Police or Office of Emergency Management Departments, so you can be sure that the calls are official.

If you’d like to receive these calls, please register using the portal below. You can also use the portal to add or update your contact information, or remove yourself from our lists.

Looking for even more ways to receive alerts from the Borough and other local agencies? Then sign up for Nixle using the link below!

Helpful Links to Prepare Yourself For an Emergency:

Occupational Saftey and Health Administration

World Health Organization

Federal Emergency Managment Agency

American Red Cross

NOAA National Weather Service

National Safety Council