Welcome to Deerfield Township
Cumberland County, New Jersey
NOTICE REGARDING THE CONTINUING COVID PANDEMIC
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Due to the continuing pandemic, the Deerfield Township Municipal Building and Senior Center will be closed to the public starting on Monday, November 30, 2020
To contact township staff, please refer to this chart for more information:
Parks and Playgrounds will remain open with masks and social distancing required. Staff will also clean the playground equipment. However, families and children should take their own health and safety precautions and use the park and playground equipment at their own risk.
Deerfield Township is 18 square miles of picturesque farms, untouched forests, and quaint residential neighborhoods. We are home to numerous local businesses, government facilities, and natural recreation open space.
We invite you to explore our official website for information on local services and economic development. If you have any questions, comments, or any trouble accessing this website, please feel free to reach out to our staff at (856) 455-3200 or email email@example.com.
Playgrounds are Open !!
After receiving a $400,000 ADA grant from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, the township completed work in October on playgrounds, a walking path, and other accessibility improvements at Eugenia Johnson Memorial Park and Frank LoBiondo Park.
Congressman Jeff Van Drew and Freeholder Douglas Albrecht attended an appreciation event thanking all those federal, state, county, local, professional, and community partners who made these improvements happen.
Deerfield has applied for another $400,000 ADA grant for improvements to Carmel Park and the Senior Center.
We intend to apply for additional grants in the years to come to make more improvements at all of our facilities.
Senior Center is Closed
Due to the pandemic, the township's senior center is closed until further notice.
If you or a family member need assistance, please contact Melissa Exten at (856) 455-3200 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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