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The Hammonton Police Department has an immediate opening for part-time 911 Public Safety Telecommunicator. This position could very well lead to a full-time position in the near future.

Applicants must meet the following qualifications:

· High School Diploma or GED

· Prior Police, Fire, EMS Dispatching experience

· Current CPR Certification

· Current NJ Emergency Basic Telecommunicator Certification (BTC)

· Current NJ Emergency Medical Dispatcher Certification (EMD)

· Knowledge and experience of the NJ Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS)

Additional requirements:

· Ability to speak and understand the English language.

· Must be able to work days, nights, weekends, and holidays.

· You must have a valid NJ driver’s license.

At this time the current starting salary for our part-timers is $15.00 an hour.

If you are interested in working for our Police Department, here are your options to send your resume:

Mail to:

The Hammonton Police Department

Attn: Chief Kevin Friel

100 Central Avenue

Hammonton, NJ 08037

Email to: Chief of Police, Kevin Friel: kfriel@townofhammonton.org Chief Public Safety Telecommunicator, Paul J. Sacco: psacco@townofhammonton.org

Public Notice

The Town of Hammonton has received a grant from the NJDEP Radon Section that allows the Town to purchase 100 Radon test kits for distribution to Town residents at no cost to the homeowner. The Radon test kits are available for pick up at the Town Clerk’s Office located on the 3rd floor of Town Hall, 100 Central Avenue, Hammonton, NJ. You can also obtain information and facts that you should know about possible Radon gas in residential homes and the health implications related to exposure to same. Hammonton Town Hall is open Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except on holidays.

Any resident of the Town can stop by Town Hall to receive their test kit along with pertinent information about the program while supplies last.

Should you have questions, you can call Bob Vettese, Town Public Works Manager, at (609) 567-4300 ext. 101. Thank you for your cooperation.

Easter Bunny Drive-Thru
Friday April 2nd 
12:00-2:00pm
Rain Date Saturday, April 3rd

Boyer Avenue Recreation Complex

Drive through and wave to the Easter Bunny as you go by. Attendees must remain in their vehicle. Treats will be handed out along the route. 

Enter to win one of two bicycles being given away by the Hammonton Police Department.

With most Easter events being cancelled, the Hammonton Police Department and Hammonton Recreation are hosting a Drive-Thru Easter Bunny visit. Instead of the Easter Bunny traveling through Hammonton, like he did last year, we invite you to drive-thru and wave to him! Our local civic organizations will be there giving away treats along the route.
Attendees will enter the complex on 7th Street, follow the route to the Easter Bunny and exit on Moss Mill Road. The Police Department will be giving away a boys and girls bicycle. To enter to win, download the entry form HERE, fill it out and drop it in the basket at this event. Winners will be contacted later in the day.
This event will be conducted will all COVID-19 protocols in place to keep everyone healthy and safe.
ATTENDEES WILL NEED TO REMAIN IN THEIR VEHICLES AT THIS EVENT

BICYCLE ENTRY FORM

The Hammonton Coronavirus Task Force-Community Goodwill Committee will host a Q & A session on Thursday, March 4th at 1:00pm. This program will be broadcast on the Town’s local access channel 9, YouTube and Livestream (links to both streaming pages are below).

Anyone wishing to call in with questions, can dial 609-925-1166.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOwDFB8RNcbMUBuWiP26Tkw

 

https://livestream.com/hammonton

We are grateful for the hard working staff who brave the storms to keep our roadways and community safe!
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In preparation of another upcoming snow event, the Hammonton Public Works Department has issued the following information for residents.
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PUBLIC WORKS-SNOW REMOVAL GUIDLINES:
Our Public Works Department is working hard to make driving safer and easier in snowy weather. Depending on the duration and amount of snowfall, town trucks may plow your street several times. As snow rolls off our plows, it will accumulate in driveways. Please understand that this is unavoidable, and it is the homeowner’s responsibility to clear it. Here are some helpful hints to make “snow” business less frustrating:
Shovel snow to the right side of your driveway (facing the street) to minimize the amount of snow entering your driveway.
If possible, wait until the town trucks have made at least two passes on your street before clearing your driveway. Some wider roadways require multiple passes.
Shovel and/or blow snow onto the curb or the grass, not into the street. This creates hazardous spots.
DO NOT PARK cars on the street from one hour after snow has continuously fallen until 12 hours after snow has stopped. This speeds the removal process and prevents cars from being plowed in.
To ensure safety of pedestrians, residents must remove snow from sidewalks following a snow fall. Please remember that children are walking to school and bus stops are all over town.
In the event of deep snow, please shovel around your mailbox and fire hydrants near your house – for your safety and your neighbors’.
Not all roads in Hammonton are maintained by the Town DPW. During bad weather, we often receive many calls from our residents about the condition of roads whose maintenance is the responsibility of Atlantic County or NJ State DOT. We’re happy to relay your concerns, but if you would like to reach the Atlantic County Public Works Department directly, please call (609) 645-5830, NJ State DOT, please call (609)588-6213. Here is a list of those roads:
Atlantic County DPW Roadways (609) 645-5830
North Egg Harbor Road (Fairview Avenue to County Line)
North & South Chew Rd
North 3rd Street
Fairview Avenue (Chew Rd to White Horse Pike)
Central Avenue
Moss Mill Road
Main Road
Columbia Road
Middle Road
Pleasant Mills Road
Weymouth road
Broadway
State of NJ DOT DPW (Department of Transportation) (609)588-6213
Route 54 (aka- 12th, Bellevue)
Route 30 (aka White Horse Pike)
Good Afternoon,
If you, or anyone you know, needs a vaccine appointment, here are some helpful tips…
Create a new registration. Each registration must have a unique email address. So each username must be associated with a separate email address: husband & wife, parent & child, etc. Carefully write down your username and password. It is case sensitive.
Even if you already registered on the State of New Jersey’s Vaccine Portal, you MUST register on this website to begin the process of scheduling an appointment at the Atlantic City Mega Site, which is run by AtlantiCare and Atlantic County Government at the Atlantic City Convention Center, connected to the NJ Transit Train Station, near The Walk Outlet Shops (Not Boardwalk Hall.)
Once you have registered, you must visit vaccination.atlanticare.org on one of these days and times. These are the only days and times that appointments are released. Various appointment dates and times will be released for the days and weeks ahead, but you must visit on these dates and times to schedule:
Tuesdays at 3 p.m.
Thursdays at 6 p.m.
Saturdays at 9 a.m.
We strongly recommend you and your family, friends and neighbors try to log on with as many computers, iPads and phones as possible. Each device you use will increase your chance of getting an appointment. You will be randomly assigned a place in the queue (virtual line.) With a little patience and a lot of luck, you will get the opportunity to schedule an appointment.
Other vaccination locations are also available, but many residents of Hammonton have had good luck getting appointments at the Atlantic City Mega Site. For a complete list of all vaccine sites in New Jersey, visit https://covid19.nj.gov/…/covid-19-vaccine-locations-for….
Questions? Call the Hammonton Coronavirus Task Force Hotline at 609-925-1166, Email help@hammonton.com or visit www.hammonton.com.
Good luck.
In a continuing effort to keep the Hammonton business community aware of all grant opportunities during this COVID-19 pandemic….
The Hammonton Coronavirus Task Force-Economic Impact Committee is hosting a webinar to discuss the Payroll Protection Program Round 2 as well as other business grant opportunities.
Thursday, February 4th at 3:00pm
ZOOM LINK

Topic: PPP Round 2 and Other Business Grants
Time: Feb 4, 2021 03:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83548965709?pwd=TFYvRnhwYkx5NXFrK3VLM3lZRlBXQT09

Meeting ID: 835 4896 5709
Passcode: 567484
One tap mobile
1-929-205-6099

**THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE BROADCAST LIVE ON CHANNEL 9, YOUTUBE AND LIVESTREAM.
State of New Jersey COVID-19 Vaccine Information Portal

(Everyone should register on this website.)

https://covid19.nj.gov/pages/vaccine

 

****The following sites have a limited supply of vaccine. Please register at the link above.

Selected list of vaccine sites near Hammonton.

This is a selected list of some of the vaccine sites near Hammonton, please check all of these websites often, since they open appointments periodically and they book up quickly. Visit each website first thing each morning, and a couple times each day, until you get an appointment.

Medilink Rx Care Pharmacy – Hammonton

https://medilinkrxcare.com

Southern Jersey Family Medical Center – Hammonton

https://www.sjfmc.org/covid-19-vaccine-request-form/

Atlantic County Dept. of Health – Atlantic Cape Community College

https://www.atlantic-county.org/covid/covid-vaccinations.asp

Virtua Health – Former Lord & Taylor at Moorestown Mall

https://www.virtua.org/vaccine

Inspira Health – Vineland 

https://book.appointment-plus.com/cty3y8h0/?trk_msg=0CHDMIHC5314HE0DUSLRCAVGTG&trk_contact=7OPU807VCL9D6FTH57QH3UID0K&trk_sid=H05EPSN05L6L6IJHI8K1LGQE84&utm_source=listrak&utm_medium=email&utm_term=Button&utm_campaign=Caring+Safely&utm_content=January+17#/?_qk=y9tvfy1q91p

Complete list of all vaccine sites in New Jersey.

https://covid19.nj.gov/pages/covid-19-vaccine-locations-for-eligible-recipients