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The protection of our natural resources is becoming more important as the natural lands around us continue to be developed and maintained for residential, commercial, and industrial uses. One of the natural resources that is most adversely affected by this continued development is the quality of surface waters throughout the State, i.e. our streams, rivers, ponds, and lakes.
As a consequence, the Borough has enacted various State mandated measures to aid in controlling storm water pollution and to preserve the quality of the surface waters in our own municipality. However, the Borough cannot achieve all of these goals alone and we need your help!  

Therefore, we invite you to visit www.cleanwaternj.org to find out about the many ways in which you can participate in the preservation of our streams, lakes, and ponds for future generations. In addition, you will find information below about the effects of storm water pollution and the various measures that each resident can undertake to aid in our cause.

Gloucester County's Brochure on Storm Water

Solutions to Stormwater Pollution/How Pet Waste Pollutes Our Waters

Home Composting/Backyard Leaf Composting/Using Leaf Compost/Vermicomposting (Worm Composting)

Minimizing Grass Clippings/Yard Trimmings Management

What's a Watershed?

How Does Urbanization Change a Watershed?

What is Ground Water?

What is Nonpoint Source Pollution?


Ordinances Regarding Stormwater

Animals and Fowl


Wildlife Feeding

Garbage, Refuse, and Waste

Grass & Brush Removal

Improper Disposal of Waste

Illicit Connections

Private Storm Drain Inlet Retro-Fitting

Municipal Stormwater Management Plan (MSWMP)

Stormwater Ordinance (#O-2014-13)

Stormwater Ordinance 72-605

2020 Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SPPP)

2020 MSRP Annual Report