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PLEASE BE ADVISED
Due to storm related electrical issues,
Town Hall is closed for business today,
August 4, 2020.
Produced by the National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administration’s
National Weather Service
Road Construction Corson Tavern Rd
Road Work on Corson Tavern Road. Next 4-6 weeks contractor working in shoulders installing curb and sidewalk. There may be periods of alt-one-way traffic as contractor. All properties and streets will have access at all times.
The 2020 Census will determine congressional
representation, inform hundreds of billions in
federal funding, and provide data that will impact
our community for the next decade.
Mayor Palombo joins other County Mayors in joint message
Message from Mayor Palombo regarding Novel Coronavirus COVID-19
Important Message From The Department of Public Works
Please be advised that there will no interruption to residential trash and recycling collection. Commercial recycling will continue to be collected on Monday and Friday.
Compost will be collected on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Leaf and brush collection will be collected on a limited schedule.
Bulk will be collected on the regular schedule.
“Upper Township and Its Ten Villages”,
written by Historian Robert F. Holden,
is now available at the Clerk’s Office
and a growing list of other locations.
The retail price is $23.99 (no tax) with profits
from the sale of the book going to the
Historical Preservation Society of Upper Township
and the Upper Township Museum project.
The Upper Township Knox box program is a joint effort between the Upper Township Chief’s Association and the Upper Township Committee. Learn more about it as well as product order information.
*New for 2020*
Bulk Trash will be collected on the
first Tuesday of every Month
(No Bulk Collection in December)
Blue Star Banner Program Information
For more information please contact
Paul Dietrich, Township Engineer
(609) 628-2011 ext. 244
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2019 –
CHANGES TO CAPE MAY COUNTY’S SINGLE STREAM RECYCLING PROGRAM
Recycling programs across the country and around the world are are at a crossroad due to contamination and the changing marketplace. Effective October 1, 2019, shredded paper and bulky mixed rigid plastic (non-bottle items larger than 2 1/2 gallons) will be disposed of as trash.
Check out the waste wizard which tells you what material goes where. http://www.cmcmua.com
Resolution – Affirming the Township of Upper’s Civil Rights Policy with respect to all Officials, Appointees, Employees, Prospective Employees, Volunteers, Independent Contractors, and members of the public that come into contact with Municipal Employees, Officials and Volunteers.