March 20, 2020
A Message from Mayor Susan Shin Angulo
Dear Residents:

I know these have been trying times for all of our residents, but please rest assured that Township Council, Town Hall employees, and myself are working around the clock to manage the situation here at home.  
We know there is a need for medical protection equipment for front line workers, a need for test kits, and frankly a need for answers. I've been in touch with state officials and members of the Governor’s staff, we've had several calls with Mayors from around the state, and we’ve kept in close contact with Camden County leadership and public health officers to come up with best practices to help mitigate this global pandemic.
The Governor announced additional restrictions on personal care businesses such as barber shops, hair and nail salons. We’ve been doing our best to keep track of those and are pushing this information out on social media. If you don’t already follow the Cherry Hill Township Facebook and Twitter page which can be found in information below. 
I want to say how proud I am of our police, fire, and municipal employees. We've asked a lot of our employees who have quickly adapted to a situation that continues to change. 
Similarly, I'm proud of our Cherry Hill businesses. We've had a great response from our restaurants, grocers, and businesses who are taking this crisis seriously. Which I believe speaks to Cherry Hill as community and how we continue to care for our neighbors.
It’s worth saying that this virus knows no gender and it knows no race. This virus has the potential to afflict people of all backgrounds. I encourage all residents to practice social distancing and avoid group gatherings.  I know this is hard on our families. We're all wearing multiple hats, but we can get through this together. I'm proud of our community. I'm proud of Cherry Hill. 

As we continue to run Town Hall as affectively and effectively as possible - information on how to conduct business with Town Hall can be found on our website . T his situation continues to evolve, so please monitor our website and social media sites for additional information.

Susan Shin Angulo
Township News & Events
COVID-19: Questions or Concerns?
If you have questions or concerns on COVID-19:

  • ‪Call 2-1-1
  • Text NJCOVID to 898-211
  • Text your zip code to 898-211 for live text assistance 
  • Visit

‪Remember – don’t let fear overtake facts. Stay informed.
COVID-19: I'm Sick. What should I do?
Feeling sick? Here’s what you should do:
  • Self-Isolate
  • Mask and Call Ahead
  • Monitor for Symptoms
  • Cover and Clean 

Stay informed
A List of Cancelled Events/Programs
  • Cherry Hill Household Hazardous Waste Collection -CANCELLED
  • Parent University - CANCELLED
  • Senior Bus Services - SUSPENDED
  • Art Blooms Juried Art Exhibit - CANCELLED
  • Croft Farm Celebration Day - CANCELLED
  • Craft Fair - CANCELLED
  • Colestown Cemetery Walking Tour - CANCELLED
Cherry Hill Police Records
Due to the recent State of Emergency declaration a number of Police reporting services will be handled online only. Access to the Municipal Building is restricted to emergencies only.

  • To file an incident report (non-emergency), please call 856-665-1200. Your information will be taken and a police representative will call you back to take the report over the phone.
  • For a copy of an incident report, please write a letter requesting the report and mail it along with a copy of your valid driver license or government issued ID. The mailing address is 820 Mercer Street, Cherry Hill NJ 08002, ATTN: Police Records.
  • To obtain a copy of an accident report, please email Police Records. Please include your case number or information (name of driver, vehicle info, date/time of accident & etc.) that can be used to locate the report.
  • For A letter of Good Conduct for a Cherry Hill resident, please fill out the Good Conduct Questionnaire form and email it along with a copy of your Driver License or government issued ID. This form can be found online
  • For defendant discovery requests or a copy of an arrest report, please fill out the defendant discovery form and have the form notarized and mail it along with a copy of your valid driver license or government issued ID. The mailing address is 820 Mercer Street, Cherry Hill NJ 08002, ATTN: Police Records. This form can be found online.
  • For more information please contact Police Records by calling 856-488-7822 between the hours of 9am and 5pm, Monday through Friday, or email Police Records. 
  • You can find information on applications, permits and services on our website.
  • Fingerprinting services have been temporarily suspended.
  • Firearms Permit Application: Individuals wishing to apply for a Firearms Identification Card or Handgun Purchase Permit, please go to
  • Temporary Handicapped Placard: To apply for a temporary parking placard, please download and complete the Temporary Placard Application. The application form can be found online.
  • Canvasser Permit: Individuals wishing to solicit Door-to-Door in any residential area within Cherry Hill Township must obtain a Canvasser Permit (PDF). The application form can be found online.
  • Forms and Reports listed below can be found at
Senior Living
The Camden County Division of Senior and Disabled Services is prepared to ensure that no senior goes hungry during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Seniors in need of meals – for any reason – can call the Division at (856) 374-MEAL to make immediate arrangements. Clients will receive seven meals once per week. Drop-offs are performed one day per week and vary by town.

In addition to securing meals for seniors, the Freeholder Board is pooling the county’s resources to ensure any senior or disabled county resident in need is able to get assistance.

Senior and disabled residents can also call the Camden County Citizen Relief Emergency Worker (CREW) hotline if they are struggling to acquire essential supplies, prescription medication, travel to or from a medical appointment, or other critically important assistance. The Freeholder Board will also be working alongside the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey to facilitate help and support for our community. Together, both entities will be working to get individuals in at-risk populations the help they need to get through this historic time.

Senior and disabled residents, as well as neighbors and family of those in need, can call (856) 858-3220 to receive assistance. Healthy residents interested in volunteering should contact (856) 374-6396. Medical personnel interested in volunteering should contact (856) 374-6141.

Be safe and stay home. If you have any questions regarding Cherry Hill Senior Services, please contact Gaye Pino by email or (856) 661-4800. 
Department of Public Works
The Department of Public Works Administrative Offices will be temporarily closed to the public and non-essential employees for a two week period through March 29, at which time the situation will be reevaluated. All essential Township operations – including police and public works, will continue functioning. Emergency services will continue.

At this time, due to lower than normal staffing levels and measures to stop the spread of COVID-19, trash and recycling services in certain areas may be delayed. We ask for your patience and cooperation during this time. If your trash is missed, please leave it curbside. It will be collected. Please contact the Department of Public Works with any questions at or (856) 424-4422.
Cherry Hill Public Library News & Events
The Library will be CLOSED through Sunday, March 29th.

We always strive to do what is best for our patrons and the decision to close is our proactive attempt at protecting the community against COVID-19.

We plan to re-open on Monday, March 30th at 9:30 a.m. As we continue to monitor developments with Coronavirus, important updates will be posted on our website and social media, and delivered via email. 

Please disregard all automated messages regarding overdue materials. All fines will be waived.
Please do NOT return any items to our book drop outside the library or at our Post Office book drop on Marlkress Road. We are NOT accepting any book donations at this time.

Visit the New Jersey State Library's  COVID-19 Resource Guide  for more information about the Coronavirus, including guidelines and phone numbers.