Have some questions about the community? Ask the Mayor and Committee!

In the interest of engagement and transparency, Ask the Mayor is your opportunity to allow your voice to be heard…….even if your schedule does not permit you to attend a Township Meeting in-person. Mayor Manzo believes that “the best ideas for our community come from our residents and our job as elected officials is to […]

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Automated Curb Side Yard Waste Collection Coming in May!

The Mayor and Township Committee are pleased to announce that curbside yard-waste collection is coming to Harrison Township. This has been a long awaited and much requested service.  Yard waste collection is typically a labor intensive and cost prohibitive service.  After years of research and analysis of the available programs, we decided on a predominately […]

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School Bus Safety

Harrison Township has a number of schools located within our municipal boundaries; the buses can make morning and afternoon traffic seem burdensome. However, even if you are running late or having a rough morning, it’s important to remember those buses are carrying our children. Stopping when a school bus is picking up or dropping off children is the law. Below is a […]

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2017 Pet Licenses are now past due

2017 Pet Licenses are now past due.  You may renew in person by visiting the Municipal Building between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., or renew through the mail by using the brochure-for-pet-license-2017.  

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HERO LANE – Veteran Memorial

           Harrison Township’s own “HERO LANE” at William Wilt Complex. Custom engraved pavers line a pathway to our Veterans’ memorial thanks to the Harrison Township Veterans’ Commission. For information on placing an order, contact dmalloy@harrisontwp.us or Veterans’ Commission Chairman Dennis Clowney at 856-223-0755.

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