The Township of Cinnaminson

The Township of Cinnaminson is a community of families, neighbors and businesses. Taking our name from the Lenni-Lenape Tribe, we are the place where fresh waters and fresh ideas flow. We pride ourselves on an effective education system, on neighbors who care about our homes and one another and a well-run local government dedicated to serving citizens fairly and economically. We warmly welcome new businesses and support our long-term business partners.

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NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

Public Works Phone Outage

The phone system will down for maintenance today Friday July 17th fro 11:00 a.m. till the …

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Brush Collection Starts March 2, 2020

Brush collection starts in Section 1 on March 2nd. Please have brush curbside by 7:00 am …

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Cinnaminson Holiday Lighting at Wood Park

Cinnaminson Township will be holding our Annual Holiday Lighting Celebration on November 30th, 2019 from 6:30pm …

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Christmas & New Year’s Holiday Trash Schedule

Everyone’s trash will be collected a day late for Christmas week & New Year’s week. Recycling …

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Senior Holiday Dinner

Invitations have been mailed to Cinnaminson senior citizens inviting them to the Senior Holiday Dinner on …

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Cinnaminson Newsletter – November 2019

Published 11/26/2019 Clink link below for information and reminders for Cinnaminson residents. Cinnaminson Township News – …

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Cinnaminson Township

News and Events

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Cinnaminson Township Mourns the Loss of Township Zoning Board Member Jay Conway.
It is with deep regret and sadness that we acknowledge the passing of Jay Conway, a longtime member of the Cinnaminson Township Zoning Board who died on Sunday. Our thoughts and prayers are with Mr. Conway’s family and friends at this time.
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My condolences, so sorry for the loss of such a good man.

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Rest In Peace 🙏

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Burlington County Sponsors FREE Shredding Event at the Burlington County Resource Recovery Complex on Sunday, March 21 from 9:00am
to 1:00pm. Unlike prior events, absolutely no e-waste (televisions, computers, etc.) or batteries may be brought to this event. Staff will unload vehicles for on-site shredding. Visitors must remain in their vehicles at all times and face coverings are required. Please bring only “confidential” documents, such as bank and credit card statements, tax returns and papers with account numbers. No binders, plastic folders, computer disks or credit cards will be accepted. A maximum of four bags or boxes per car, weighing no more than 10 pounds each, will be accepted. Material must be placed in the trunk or cargo area of vehicles. Previously shredded paper may also be recycled at this event. The event is available to Burlington County residents only and identification is required. Event address is 22000 Burlington-Columbus Road, Florence. Please email [email protected] for additional information.
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It would be really awesome if we could a shredding event right here in town. I'm sure we all so much from this past year. Who wants to lug it all to Florence? I think you would get a really good response from out townspeople.

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