Greater Kingston Civic Association  - Cherry Hill, NJ

  A Network of Neighbors

Welcome!   This website was created by and for residents living in or around the Greater Kingston Area as an informational community resource.  A site by neighbors for neighbors, we welcome your input for additional info or links.  To be added to our confidential monthly updates and alerts list,  or to send requests and/or ideas, please contact us at  

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Website Updated: 6/28/2021
Publication of organization names or links does not constitute GKCA endorsement of any associated individuals, groups or their activities.
Publication of organization names or links does not constitute GKCA 
endorsement of any associated individuals, groups or their activities.
All men are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality.  Martin Luther King Jr. (1929 - 1968) 
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.  Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.  Margaret Mead (1901 - 1978)
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          Deland Ave. and Princess Rd. 
          Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
          Phone:  856-429-9641          

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Cleaning Out Toxic Stuff?
Dispose of hazardous materials safely at Camden County Waste Events
 September 18: Pennsauken

Cherry Hill Township seeks to buy
Kingston Estates Swim Club property (CP Article 9/10/20)


2018 Cherry Hill Township Master Plan
​​​2018 10-09 Two years not enough time for Cherry Hill proposed master plan - Courier Post
2018 10-10 After hours of public comment, CH Planning Board adopts 2018 Master Plan - Cherry Hill Sun
2018 10-12 In Cherry Hill’s new master plan, I find a lot to like. But some west side residents don’t -
Want to stay informed? Check agendas of upcoming meetings to be aware of implementation of Master Plan features:
Planning Board Agenda
Zoning Board of Adjustment Agenda
Town Council Agenda - no agenda link found
Public Notice of Meetings


See Facebook page, Twitter feed @CherryHillTwp, & the Township website for the latest municipal updates. Sign up for e-mail notifications & emergency alerts:


Please remember: 911 is for emergencies only.  To report suspicious activity, please call the CHPD Non-Emergency Dispatch at (856) 665-1200. For non-emergency questions or concerns, please call the Police Information at (856) 488-7828. 

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Lock It or Lose It - Follow these tips to help protect you from being a victim. Theft from vehicles are most often crimes of opportunity in which a thief sees an easy target. Reduce the chances that a criminal will want to break into your vehicle by taking some preventative steps.
  • Lock your car anytime you park.
  • Use theft deterrent systems such as car alarms or anti-theft device, as they can be an effective deterrent.
  • Always park in well-lit, well-traveled areas. This helps deter thieves because the car and anything inside is more visible. Keep the exterior of your residence well-lit.
  • Remove all loose items of value such as loose change, cell phones, laptops or tablets, jewelry, handbags, etc. whether at home or another location.
  • Contact police if you see someone acting suspiciously. If it looks out of the ordinary to you, do not hesitate to call the Cherry Hill Police at 856-665-1200. Remember you can remain anonymous when you call.

PROJECT MEDICINE DROP                                                       
Reporting suspicious activity: GUIDELINES                                                                       
ALERT: Grandparent Scam                                                                 
ALERT: Service Call Scams

Sign up for Nixle alerts so that you can be notified of the latest information from the Cherry Hill Police Department. Notifications include COVID-19 alerts, traffic alerts, weather alerts, upcoming township events, criminal activity, and more. For more information on how to sign up please see the link:

CHPD Social Media

Please note that not all roads in Cherry Hill are maintained by the Township. Residents can report issues on County-maintained roads by contacting Camden County’s Department of Public Works directly at (856) 566-2980. The following are County-owned roads:
Berlin-Haddonfield Road - Burnt Mill Road - Chapel Ave - Church Road - Cooper Landing Road - Cropwell Road - Cuthbert Road - Evesham Road - Greentree Road - Haddonfield Road - Hampton Road - Hinchman Road - Kings Hwy South of Rt. 70 - Kenilworth Ave - (Chapel to Rt. 38 ONLY) - Kresson Road - Lexington Avenue - Maple Avenue - Melrose Avenue - Old Borton's Mill Road - Old Marlton Pike - Park Boulevard - Springdale Road - Woodcrest Road

Route 38, Route 70, Brace Road, Cuthbert Road (between Rt. 70 & Rt. 38), and Kings Highway (North of Route 70) are maintained by the NJ Department of Transportation: (856) 795-4735.


NJDOT offers Web site for maintenance requests
Need to report a pothole, overgrown grass, or another maintenance issue on a state highway?
The NJ Department of Transportation now offers a website for residents to do just that.
By going to,
residents can directly report problems or maintenance issues on Routes 70 and 38 and I-295 in Cherry Hill, 
and on state roadways throughout New Jersey.

Residents can report municipal road pothole problems directly to Cherry Hill Township through their 
DirectConnect form on the CH Twp. Website or by calling the Department of Public Works at (856) 424-4422.


Route 70 (This highway is a major thoroughfare through our town and of importance locally and regionally.  Visit this link for more information on proposals and community input and reaction to proposals.)

NJDOT held a Rt. 70 Project Public Information Meeting at 820 Mercer Street in Cherry Hill on 11/19/15
Additional safety measures needed [CP Editorial 12/21/09]
Activists take on clogged roads [Newspaper Article 12/17/09]
Another plan for Route 70 [Newspaper Article 10/31/07]
Cherry Hill officials must look at latest Rt. 70 plan [Courier-Post Opinion 10/24/07]
Cherry Hill Citizens for a Safer Route 70 Plan 10/23/07
APPENDIX Cherry Hill Citizens for a Safer Route 70 Plan 10/23/07
Route 70 Task Force Report 07/07/07
Cherry Hill mayor outlines plans for Route 70 [Newspaper Article 07/03/07]

820 Mercer Street, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002

 ***All meetings will be virtual meetings until further notice due to COVID-19 ***

2021 Council Meetings (Zoom):
Caucus at 7:00pm
Monday, June 28
Monday, July 12     Monday, July 26
Monday, August 9      Monday, August 23

 2021 Planning Board Meetings (Zoom):
Caucus at 7:00pm
Tuesday, July 6     Monday, July 19
Monday, August 2     Monday, August 16

2021 Zoning Board of Adjustment Meetings (Zoom):
Caucus at 7:00pm
Thursday, July 1     Thursday, July 15
Thursday, August 5     Thursday, August 19

Registry of APPOINTED Volunteer Municipal Positions (updated 1/2020)
Registry of VACANT Volunteer Municipal Positions (updated 1/2020)
Info about Township Boards for Community Volunteers





Electronic waste and fluorescent bulbs can be recycled at the Department of Public Works at 1 Perina Blvd. in Cherry Hill 
24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Staff is available from 7am to 3pm weekdays to collect and store these items. 
During off-hours, a drop-off station is set up outside the building. 

Latest E-news from the Public Information Office 

Cherry Hill Township is in the process of preparing its Five-Year Consolidated Plan, 2020 Annual Action Plan and Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing report for submission to the US Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD).  The Consolidated Plan will serve as a blueprint for the expenditures of HUD funds in Cherry Hill from 2020-2025. Triad Associates is managing this process.

 As part of this 5-year planning process, the Township is required to identify the affordable housing & community development needs for low-moderate income persons and households, as well as persons with special needs such as disabilities, substance abuse, mental illness, HIV/AIDS, the elderly, etc.