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 […]
The Mayor and Township Committee are pleased to announce that curbside yard-waste collection has come 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 automated […]
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 […]
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.
The 2017 trash and recyclable pick-up schedule is now available. Click ‘continue reading’, then click 2017-trash-recycling-schedule
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or Veterans’ Commission Chairman Dennis Clowney at 856-223-0755.