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The State has just certified the Mount Laurel Tax Rate. Due to the delay in the certification the 2019/2020 Tax Bills will not be mailed out until next week. The new due date will be extended to September 16th. All payments received after Monday September 16th will accrue interest back to August 1st. 

Message from the Mayor:
Storm Update:  The storm last night caused power outages, trees and wired downed and some structural damage all over Mount Laurel. Emergency crews worked throughout the night and continued to work clearing downed trees and roadways, but full cleanup and power restoration will take time because of the widespread impact. Please treat all downed power lines as LIVE. Do not approach them - Call 9-1-1 to report them. As of 12:20pm Mount Laurel has 6,295 customers affected by the power outage. To report a power outage to PSEG call 1-800-436-7734 or text OUT to 47734.  Emergency crews will continue to work on cleanup this week. 

Burlington County contractor American Asphalt will be milling/Paving Hartford Road between Hainesport Road and Lenape Court from July 15 thru July 18 with July 19 being an extra day if inclement weather occurs. Northbound Hartford Road traffic will flow normally.  Southbound Hartford Road will be closed at Hainesport Road

Town Council passed an ordinance that allows residents to prohibit solicitors (political and religious exempt) from knocking on their doors. If you would like to be on this list please fill out the application that can be found by clicking here.


Press Release 11/1/2018

Press Release 8/28/2018 

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Rancocas Woods Roundtable
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