IMPORTANT COVID-19 INFORMATION
LETTER TO MAPLE SHADE RESIDENTS – April 6, 2020
Effective Tuesday, March 17th, 2020 and in exercising an abundance of caution, the Township of Maple Shade Municipal Building will be CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC until further notice. Municipal Staff will continue to be working, however will only be available by telephone at (856) 779-9610 or email during regular business hours 8:30AM to 4:30PM Monday to Friday.
The Township remains vigilant in keeping our residents and employees safe and healthy. Residents are encouraged to keep themselves informed by visiting the official township webpage or subscribing to Nixle for alerts. You can register for Nixle message at https://www.nixle.com/.
Official Township Statement Regarding Positive COVID-19 Case
Message from the Mayor – 03/27/2020
Support Local Business during COVID-19
Municipal Court Sessions – Suspended through April 2020
DCA Guidance for Municipal Construction Dept during COVID-19
Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 107
NJ DCA – Information on Housing Assistance Programs
Burlington County – Information on Housing Assistance Programs
NJ Jobs Portal
Job affected by COVID-19? See info at NJ Department of Labor
Apply to NJ for Unemployment Insurance
State Guidance to Businesses Impacted by COVID-19
Burlington County – County News
Burlington County Press Release – Small Business Loan Program
SOLID WASTE COLLECTION DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
(updated April 1, 2020)
At this time, Solid Waste Collection will remain on its normal collection schedule; however, the following restrictions are being enforced:
- BULK ITEMS MUST BE BAGGED OR COVERED IN PLASTIC.
Items such as mattresses, box springs, cushions, small bulk items, etc. MUST be bagged or covered in plastic. ALL wood furniture items should also follow the same instructions and be bagged or covered in plastic. Any larger items that cannot be bagged or covered in plastic will not be picked up until the state restrictions are lifted.
- LOOSE TRASH WILL NOT BE COLLECTED!
All trash bags, whether placed in a trash receptacle or directly at the curb, MUST be tied as to not increase the risk of exposure from solid waste. Trash that is loose at the curb or loose in a trash receptacle will not be collected.
We greatly appreciate you assisting us in keeping everyone safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.