(January 24, 2017) – One of the county’s largest economic engines is currently finalizing an underwater makeover that will attract some of the largest national rowing events in the country. With the return of competition in 2017 more than 12 regattas have already been scheduled on the Cooper River for the upcoming rowing season. While ... More
Freeholder Carmen Rodriguez, liaison to the Camden County Department of Health and Human Services, advises municipalities that Camden County will be under a Code Blue Advisory tonight. The Health Officer issued the Code Blue advisory for Camden County effective from 6 p.m. on January 9 until 6 a.m. on January 10. “Tonight’s lows will be ... More
Freeholder Susan Shin Angulo has been notified by Burlington County that a maintenance project to improve Greentree Road will start tomorrow. Greentree Road will be completely shut down at the Camden County border to Lincoln Drive and a detour will be setup along with proper signage alerting drivers and residents. “Anyone driving in the area ... More
On Wednesday, the Camden County Board of Freeholders held a “March for Love” in Cooper River Park in memory of the lives lost in the Pulse nightclub shooting. “This march honored the victims of the Orlando shooting and celebrated the diversity of Camden County,” said Freeholder Jeff Nash. “The attack in Orlando was not just ... More
The Camden County Mosquito Commission regularly checks several thousand suspected mosquito breeding sites across the county. Spraying is scheduled on an as needed basis based upon the results of their surveillance efforts. “The latest forecast is calling for scattered showers Friday morning. Even the smallest amount of standing water can allow mosquitoes to thrive. All ... More
The Camden County Library System is pleased to announce it will no longer collect late fines on materials borrowed by patrons 16 years old and younger effective July 1, 2016. The policy is designed to encourage library use by young people and support early childhood literacy. Younger patrons will still be responsible for returning borrowed ... More
Start here. Go Far. Tim Lenahan grew up in Pine Hill, NJ and attended Overbook High School. In 1980 he graduated from Camden County College with a computer science degree. After 11 years working as a software engineer for the Federal Aviation Administration, Lenahan left to pursue his true passion of coaching college soccer. He ... More
TIME CHANGE UPDATE: Michael McDonald has been moved from 8pm to 7:30 pm. Fireworks have been moved from 9:30pm to 9pm. Any further updates will be posted to Facebook, Twitter, and camdencounty.com.