Marlton (Evesham Township) Information
Evesham Township Directory
GroupsMARLTON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADVISORY COMMISSION: 984 Tuckerton Road, Marlton; (856) 983-2914. E-mail: www.madacnj.com Contact: F. Robert Perry. Acts as a Chamber of Commerce.
BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU OF NEW JERSEY: 1 700 Whitehorse Hamilton Square Road, Suite D-5, Hamilton Twp, 08690; phone: (609) 588-0808; fax: (609) 588-0546; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Web site: www.trenton.bbb.org
SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Piazza 6014 Main Street, Voorhees; (856) 424-7776; Fax: 856/424- 8180; www.chambersnj.com
ArtsCENTER FOR THE ARTS IN SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY: 123 South Elmwood Road, Marlton; (856) 985-1009; e-mail: email@example.com; Web: www.cfasnj.com . The center is both a learning center and a gallery for art displays.
LENAPE REGIONAL PERFORMING ARTS CENTER: Cherokee High School, 130 Tomlinson Mill Road, Marlton; (856) 983-3366; Web site: www.sjtheater. com/ ; Box office: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
LibrariesBURLINGTON COUNTY LIBRARY/EVESHAM BRANCH: 984 Tuckerton Road, Marlton; (856) 983-1444; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ; Hours: Mon.-Thur. ? 10 a.m.-8:30 p.m.; Fri.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun. 1-5 p.m. Library closed Saturday and Sunday in July and August.
MuseumsGARDEN STATE DISCOVERY MUSEUM: 2040 Springdale Road, Cherry Hill; (856) 424-1233; Hands-on exhibits designed for children 1 to 10 years of age.
Public schoolsFLORENCE V. EVANS ELEMENTARY: 400 South Route 73, Marlton, 08053; (856) 988-0675; Web site: www.evesham.k12.nj.us/ evans/evans.htm
FRANCES DEMASI ELEMENTARY: 199 Evesboro-Medford Rd., Marlton, 08053; (856) 988-0777, Web: www.evesham.k12.nj.us/ desweb/home.htm
HELEN L. BEELER ELEMENTARY: 60 Caldwell Ave., Marlton, 08053; (856) 988-0619; Web: www.evesham. k12.nj.us/beeler
J. HAROLD VAN ZANT ELEMENTARY: 270 Conestoga Drive, Marlton, 08053; (856) 988-0687; Web: www.evesham.k12.nj.us/vzweb/WelcomePg/VZHomepage.htm
MARLTON ELEMENTARY: 150 Tomlinson Mill Road, Marlton, 08053; (856) 988-0684; Web: www.evesham. k12.nj.us/mes/me s h - ome.htm
RICHARD L. RICE ELEMENTARY: 50 Crown Royal Parkway, Marlton, 08053; (856) 988-0685; Web: www.evesham.k12.nj.us/Rice
ROBERT B. JAGGARD: 2 Westcott Road, Marlton, 08053; (856) 988-0679; Web: www.evesham.k12. nj.us/Jaggard/jag1.htm
FRANCES S. DEMASI MIDDLE: 199 Evesboro-Medford Rd., Marlton, 08053; (856) 988-0777; Web: www.evesham.k12.nj.us/final/demasi.htm
MARLTON MIDDLE: 150 Tomlinson Mill Road, Marlton, 08053; (856) 988-0684; Web: www.evesham. k12.nj.us/mms_web/ index.htm
CHEROKEE HIGH SCHOOL NORTH: 120 Tomlinson Road, Marlton, 08053; (856) 983-5140; Web: chsweb.lr.k12.nj.us/
CHEROKEE HIGH SCHOOL SOUTH: 130 Tomlinson Road, Marlton, 08053; (856) 983-5141; Web: chsweb.lr.k12.nj.us/ Private school
ST. JOAN OF ARC SCHOOL: 101 Evans Rd., Marlton, 08053; (856) 983-0077; Web: http://www.stjoans.org/
MoviesAMC MARLTON 8: 800 North Route 73, Greentree Square, Marlton; (856) 596-8289 (recording of movie times, etc.); (856) 596-8788 (other questions); Web: www.amctheatres.com/
Music venuesTWEETER CENTER: 1 Harbor Blvd., Camden; (856) 365-1300; www.tweetercenter.com
Pro sportsCAMDEN RIVERSHARKS: Campbell?s Field, 401 N. Delaware Ave., Camden; tickets: (856) 963-2600 or (866) 742-7579; groups/premium seats: (856) 963-2600 Ext. 105; email@example.com
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES: Lincoln Financial Field, 1020 Pattison Ave., Philadelphia; (215) 463-2500; season tickets: (215) 463-5500; www.philadelphiaeagles.com
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES: One Citizens Bank Way, Citizens Bank Ballpark, Philadelphia; (215) 463-6000; tickets: (215) 463-1000; season & group sales (215) 463-5000; www.phillies.com
PHILADELPHIA FLYERS: Wachovia Center, 3601 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia; (215) 465-4500; tickets: (215) 755-9700; www.philadelphiaflyers.com
PHILADELPHIA 76ers: Wachovia Center, 3601 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia; (215) 339-7600; tickets: (215) 952-7000, www.sixers.com
Burlington CountyADJUSTER: Evan H. C. Crook, (609) 265-5289; e-mail: Adjuster@co.burlington.nj.us
COUNTY CLERK: Philip E. Haines, (609) 265-5122; email: Clerk@co.burlington.nj.us
CONSUMER AFFAIRS: Renee Lita Borstad, (609) 265-5054; e-mail: Consumer@co.burlington.nj.us
CORRECTIONS: Warden: Jule E. Cole, (609) 265-5947; Web site: co.burlington.nj.us/departments/corrections/adult/index.htm
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Mark A. Remsa, (609) 265-5055; Fax: (609)-265- 5006; e-mail: coordinator@ co.burlington.nj.us
ELECTION BOARD: Raymond Vranich, (609) 265-5062 and (609) 265-5161; Fax: (609) 265-3131; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
HEALTH SERVICES: Robert Gogats, (609) 265-5548; email: email@example.com
HIGHWAY: Paul D. Wnek, (609) 726-7300, nights and holidays: (609) 265-5717; Web site: co.burlington.nj.us/departments/highway/index.htm
HUMAN SERVICES: Gary Miller, (609) 702-7086; Web site: co.burlington.nj.us/departments/highway/index.htm
JUVENILE DETENTION: Superintendent, Frederick S. Green, (609) 726-7150; Web: co.burlington.nj.us/departments/corrections/juvenile/index.htm
OFFICE ON AGING: Cecile J. Neidich, (609) 265-5069; Web: http://co.burlington.nj.us/departments/aging/index.htm
PROSECUTOR: Robert D. Bernardi, (609) 265-5035; Web: co.burlington.nj.us/departments/prosecutor/
PUBLIC INFORMATION: Ralph Shrom, (609) 265-5028; Web: co.burlington.nj.us/departments/public_information/index.htm
PUBLIC SAFETY: Joseph Saiia, (609) 261-3900; Web: co.burlington.nj.us/departments/publicinformation/index.htm
RECYCLING: Robert W. Simkins, (856) 642-3850; Web: co.burlington.nj.us/departments/resource_conservation/recycling/index.htm
RESOURCE CONSERVATION: Mary Pat Robbie, (856) 642-3850; Web: co.burlington.nj.us/departments/resource_conservation/index.htm
SHERIFF: Jean E. Stanfield, (609) 265-5127; Web: co.burlington.nj.us/departments/sheriff/index.htm
SUPERINTENDENT OF ELECTIONS: Joanne Nyikita, (609) 265-5111; Web: co.burlington.nj.us/departments/elections/index.htm
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS: Walter J. Keiss, (609) 265-5060; Web: co.burlington.nj.us/departments/schools/index.htm
TRANSPORTATION: Donald Brauckman, (609) 265-5109; Web: co.burlington. nj.us/departments/transportation/index.htm
VETERANS SERVICES: Samuel J. Podietz, (609) 265-5008; Web: co.burlington.nj.us/departments/transportation/index.htm
MunicipalEVESHAM TOWNSHIP MUNICIPAL BUILDING: 984 Tuckerton Road, Marlton; (856) 983-2900; fax: (856) 985-6034 (township manager); www.evesham-nj.gov/ Other offices: buildings and grounds (ext. 6037); clerk (ext. 2004), human resources (ext. 4339); treasurer (ext. 4337); tax collector (ext. 2031), tax assessor (ext. 2020) ? weekdays, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
DepartmentsBURLINGTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES: Raphael Meadow Health Center; 15 Pioneer Blvd., Westampton, 08060; phone: (609) 265-5548; fax: (609) 265-3152; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ; Web: www.co.burlington.nj.us/departments/health/ Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
HospitalsCOOPER UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL: 3 Cooper Plaza, Camden; (856) 342-2000; www.cooperhealth.org
KENNEDY HEALTH SYSTEM: 2201 Chapel Ave West, Cherry Hill; (856) 488-6500; www.kennedyhealth.org
OUR LADY OF LOURDES MEDICAL CENTER: 1600 Haddon Ave., Camden; (856) 757-3500; www.lourdesnet.org
VIRTUA HOSPITAL: 90 Brick Road, Marlton; (856) 325-6000; www.virtua.org
MunicipalBARTON RUN: Barton Run Boulevard; playground equipment, baseball field
BRUSH HOLLOW: Kenton Avenue; playground equipment, basketball court, hockey court
CAMBRIDGE: Palmetto Avenue; playground equipment, basketball court
COUNTRY FARMS: Greenbrook Drive; playground equipment, basketball court, handball court, hockey court, tennis courts
GLEN EAYRE: Evans Road; playground equipment, hockey court
GREEN LANE FARMS: Maple Avenue; playground equipment, basketball court, baseball field, tennis court, soccer field
HEATHROW: Longhurst Road; playground equipment, hockey court
LITTLE MILL: Mill Park Lane; playground equipment, basketball court, hockey court
LONDON SQUARE: Westminster Avenue; playground equipment, basketball court
MARLTON CROSSING: Lippencott Drive; hockey courts
MEMORIAL SPORTS COMPLEX: Tuckerton Road; four baseball/softball fields, four tennis courts, three soccer fields, two basketball courts, one football field, playground equipment
RAVENSCLIFF: Preamble Drive; playground equipment, tennis courts, basketball court, soccer field
WESTBURY CHASE: Falmouth Lane; playground equipment
WESTBURY CHASE: Tenby Lane; playground equipment
WILLOW RIDGE: Commonwealth Drive; baseball field, soccer field
WOODSTREAM: Westerly Drive; playground equipment, baseball field
CountyAMICO ISLAND PARK: Delran; 55-acre peninsula offers hiking/ biking trails, picnic areas, freshwater ponds, wetlands, Delaware River shoreline; (609) 265-5068
AMPHITHEATER: Westampton; new 500-seat facility will be a venue for arts and entertainment; (609) 265-5068
HISTORIC SMITHVILLE PARK: Eastampton; 250- acre park is the setting of the historic Smithville Mansion and Village; (609) 265-5068.
StateBASS RIVER STATE FOREST: New Gretna; 18,000-acre park with the Pine Barrens features Absegami Lake, camping facilities and more; (609) 296-1114.
BRENDAN T. BYRNE STATE FOREST: New Lisbon; 32,000 acres of forest within the Pine Barrens feature miles of roads and trails; cabins, campsites and picnic area on grounds; (609) 726-1191.
WHARTON STATE FOREST: Batsto Village, Hammonton; largest tract within the state park system, features rivers and streams for canoeing, hiking trails (including a major section of the Batona Trail), miles of unpaved roads for mountain biking and horseback riding and numerous lakes, ponds and fields ideal for wildlife observation; (609) 561-0024.
RANCOCAS STATE PARK: Mount Holly; 1,200-acre park features the Rancocas Creek, hiking, casual picnicking and nature observation; the Audubon Society operates a nature center within the park and sponsors wildlife programs. Park: (609) 726-1191; Nature Center (Westampton): (609) 261-2495.
PENN STATE FOREST: Jenkins Neck; park?s undeveloped wilderness attracts picnickers and hikers; Lake Oswego is suitable for canoeing and fishing. (609) 296-1114.
PoliceEMERGENCY: Dial 911
EVESHAM POLICE DEPARTMENT: 984 Tuckerton Road, Marlton; nonemergency help requests (856) 983-1111; tours, reports, etc. (856) 983-1116; fax: (856) 988-0954; Web: www.twp.evesham.nj.us/
FireEMERGENCY: Dial 911
EVESHAM FIRE AND EMS ADMINISTRATION: 984 Tuckerton Road, Marlton; (856) 983-2750; Web: www.eveshamfire.org ; chief?s office: (856) 983-2210.
NON-EMERGENCY: Evesham Towhsip has three fire stations. They are ? Station 221: 26 East Main Street, Marlton; (856) 983-2210; fax: (856) 983-9404. Station 223: (Kings Grant) 150 Merchants Way, Marlton; (856) 988-1010; fax: (856) 985-9141. Station 225: (Kettle Run) 498 Hopewell Road, Marlton; (856) 767-5329; fax: (856) 767-3524.
Waste removalMAIN OFFICE: 501 Evesboro-Medford Road, Marlton; (856) 983-2798. Trash must be placed in cans or plastic bags and is not to exceed 40 pounds. Tree limbs and lumber must be cut into 4-foot sections and bound. Heavy trash, including household appliances, is picked up once a month. Call for information on hazardous-material disposal. Recyclables are picked up by Burlington County. Recycling hotline: (609) 267-6889; e-mail: email@example.com
YouthMARLTON RECREATION COUNCIL: P.O. Box 159 15 Oak Avenue, Marlton; (856) 983-3000; fax: (856) 983-1447; www.marltonreccouncil. org ; Council meets at 8:30 p.m. the first Thursday of the month at the Oak Avenue address. Recreation council programs are as follows:
BOYS? BASKETBALL: In-town leagues for boys from kindergarten to high school levels. There are seven travel teams for boys in 4th-8th grades. Commissioner: Jeff Rhines, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
GIRLS? BASKETBALL: Intown leagues for girls from kindergarten through high school levels. There are five travel teams for girls in 5th through 8th grades. Commissioner: Jim Ruffalo, email: Horsemen24@comcast. net ; Travel team coordinator: Steve Cohen, email: email@example.com
BASEBALL: Leagues for boys 6 years old (T-ball) to 15 years old (Babe Ruth Majors) are offered. Babe Ruth and Cal Ripken leagues. Cal Ripken (for children 6 to 12 years), contact Vince O?Hearn, e-mail: vohearn@ comcast.net; Babe Ruth (for children 13 to 15 years), contact Jim Ronca, e-mail: jronca@comcast. net. Commissioner: Jim McTear, e-mail: Rory1984@ comcast.net
SOFTBALL: Leagues for girls 5 years old (instructional) to 17 years old (Pony League) are offered. There are also five travel teams. Commissioner: Rob Griffin, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
WRESTLING: For children 5 years old to high-school age. Commissioner: Craig Barlow; e-mail: Barlow29@ comcast.net
SOCCER: Leagues for girls and boys ages 5 to 17 as well as under-8 to under-18 travel teams. Affiliations with South Jersey Barons (outdoor) and Philadelphia KiXX (indoor) pro teams. Indoor games for winter travel teams. Commissioner: Ed Midura, e-mail: email@example.com
CHEERLEADING: In-town: For children kindergarten to ninth grade in town, competitive grade 3 to 9. Commissioner: Lisa Garrett, e-mail: DGarrett1818@verizon.net
FOOTBALL: Five weight classes offered in tackle leagues ? 70, 80, 100, 120 and unlimited weights for boys 6 to 14. Affiliated with the South Jersey Elite Invitational Youth Football League. Commissioner: Dean Barr, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
STREET HOCKEY: Leagues for children 5 to 18 years of age at the recreation and tournament levels. Commissioner: Scott Tarzy, e-mail: commissioner@marltonstreethockey. com
ROLLER HOCKEY: Participants can be 5 (instructional) to 18 years old (high school) for this spring outdoor league. Commissioner: Chris Leaf, e-mail: email@example.com
FIELD HOCKEY: Junior Division (seven-on-seven, no score kept), girls 3rd to 5th grades; Commissioner: Michelle Thomas, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Senior Division (scores kept, end-of-year tournament) 6th through 8th grades; Commissioner: Beth Tanaka, e-mail: ltanaka@ comcast.net
TRACK: The Marlton Track Club League has divisions for children 7 and up. Track and field events available, depending on age. Club is a member of the South Jersey Track & Field Alliance. Commissioner: Janet Collins, email: jlccc713@comcast. com
COED TEEN VOLLEYBALL: For teens 13 to 18 who must be in middle school or high school. Novice and experienced players welcome. Commissioner: Arnold DiBlasi Jr., e-mail: adiblasi@ comcast.net
GIRLS? LACROSSE: Junior Division (3rd to 5th grades, eight vs. eight) and Senior Division (6th to 8th grades, 12 vs. 12). Commissioner: Brad Geist, e-mail: email@example.com
BOYS LACROSSE: League being formulated. Commissioner: Bill Scott, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Houses of worshipCHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: 515 E. Main St.; (856) 983-2171
CHURCH OF ST. ISAAC JOGUES: 3 Lord Place; (856) 797-0999
CHURCH OF THE NEW COVENANT: 910 E. Main St.; (856) 596-8631
CONGREGATION BETH TIKVAH: Evesboro/Medford Road; (856) 983-8090
CROPWELL MONTHLY MEETING: 802 S. Cropwell Road; (856) 627-6190 CROSSROADS CHRISTIAN
COMMUNITY: 9 Jefferson Ave.; (856) 988-9419
GREENTREE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: 33 Marsham Drive; (856) 451-3513
HOPE CHRISTIAN CHURCH: 55 E. Main St.; (856) 983-1662
MARLTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD: 625 E. Main St.; (856) 596-1011
MARLTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: 2 Marlborough Ave.; (856) 983-9587
MARLTON ZION AME: Route 73, Voorhees; (856) 751-8007.
PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH: 1000 Old Marlton Pike; (856) 985-9695
PRINCE OF PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH: 61 E. Route 70; (856) 983-0607
RHEMA WORD OF LIFE FELLOWSHIP: 25 Raleigh Lane; (856) 988-7555
SOVEREIGN GRACE CHURCH: 8083 Lincoln Drive; (856) 983-7550
ST. JOAN OF ARC CHURCH: Willow Bend Road; (856) 983-0464.
WILEY CHURCH: 101 E. Main St.; (856) 983-0506.
OfficesBURLINGTON COUNTY OFFICE ON AGING: 795 Woodlane Rd., Westampton; (609) 265-5069; fax: 609 265-3725.
BURLINGTON COUNTY BOARD OF SOCIAL SERVICES: 49 Rancocas Road, Mount Holly; (609) 261-1000.
ProgramsBURLINGTON COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM: P.O. Box 6000, 49 Rancocas Road, Mount Holly; (609) 265-5109 (general); appointments: 800) 836-0580; fax: (609) 265-5588; Web address: www.njcost.com/burlington_ info.htm . Provides transportation to those over 60 and disabled adults over 21 by appointment only.
MEALS ON WHEELS: 49 Rancocas Road, Mount Holly; (609) 702-7053. Prepares and delivers one meal per day to those who are 60 and over, unable to cook and are completely homebound. Service is long term only.
LIFELINE PROGRAMS: P.O. Box 714, Trenton; (800) 792-9745 ? hotline; Web address: www.state.nj.us/ health/seniorbenefits/ paadapp.htm Operators on duty 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. 24-hour hotline: Program offers qualified senior citizens financial assistance with utility bills. Pharmaceutical and hearing-aid help available.
MOORESTOWN VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION: 10 East Stow Road, Marlton; (856) 235-0462; Web: www.moorestownvna.org . Nonprofit group provides nursing care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech pathology, home health aide services.
CountyBURLINGTON COUNTY BOARD OF SOCIAL SERVICES: 795 Woodlane Road, Westampton; (609) 261-1000; Web: www.bcbss.org/links.htm .
BusesNEW JERSEY TRANSIT: (800) 772-2222; hearing impaired: (800) 772-2287; www.njtransit.com; weekday service links Medford Lakes and Philadelphia with stops at Marlton Circle (by Friendly?s restaurant), Virtua West Hospital, and East Lincoln Drive at Greentree Road; Saturday service links Pine Hill and Philadelphia, with stops at Marlton Circle and Virtua West; Sunday service links Marlton and Philadelphia, with stops at Marlton Circle and Virtua West.
TrainsNJ TRANSIT: (800) 772-2222; hearing impaired: (800) 772-2287; www.njtransit. com . Service on the Atlantic City Rail Line, which connects 30th Street Station, Philadelphia, with Atlantic City, can be boarded in Cherry Hill at Cornell Avenue, and at Glendale Avenue, Lindenwold.
PORT AUTHORITY TRANSIT COMPANY: (856) 772-6900; www.drpa.org; email: email@example.com ; High-speed rail line connects Lindenwold, at North Berlin Road station, and Cherry Hill, at Woodcrest Station, with points in Philadelphia.
Motor vehiclesDEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES: State: (888) 486-3339; www.state.nj.us/ mvc/ Burlington County inspections: Delanco ? 400 Creek Road; Southampton ? 1875 Route 38.
CompaniesCABLE TV: Comcast: 1-(800)-Comcast or (856) 354-1660; www.comcast. com
ELECTRIC: Conectiv: (800) 642-3780; www.conectiv. com ; PSE&G: (800) 436-7734; www.pseg.com
GAS: PSE&G: (800) 436-7734; www.pseg.com; South Jersey Gas: (888) 766-9900; gas leaks: (800) 582-7060; www.sjindustries .com/sjg/
WATER/SEWER: Evesham Municipal Utilities Authority: 984 Tuckerton Road, Marlton; office hours: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri.; (856) 983-1878; fax: (856) 983-9145; Web: www.eveshammua.com
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