BELL ROAD BRIDGE:

                  NOW OPEN

Effective Monday, November 10, 2014, the Bell Road Bridge over Route 295 is now open in BOTH DIRECTIONS for your use.  The Department of Transportation wishes to thank everyone for their patience and understanding during this transition.  The new bridge will provide yet another gateway to the Route 295 expansion project!  Please drive carefully!




The Mount Ephraim Green Team is working on the Sustainable Mount Ephraim program and is working towards Bronze certification through the Sustainable Jersey program.  We have a variety of goals we need to achieve in order to become certified as a Sustainable community.  Our overall goal is to reduce our carbon footprint and protect our planet for future generations.  We are always looking for new members and if you are interested in being part of the team, email Terry Shannon at boroclerk@mountephraim-nj.com.  We meet once per month.


Tips for reducing Ozone--did you know that in addition to the Ozone high in the atmosphere, there is also ground-level Ozone that occurs in the summertime?  It is also referred to as smog and occurs on hot summer days when sunlight and heat cause certain pollutants to react in the air.  There are things you can do to help reduce ground-level Ozone.  For the complete list, click here: Ozone tips




Per New Jersey State Law, electronics cannot be thrown out with regular trash.  If you recently got any new electronic devices and need to dispose of older ones, please put them out on Thursday, separate from regular trash and recycling, and public works will pick them up and recycle them.  Any questions, call Public Works at 856-931-2529.



         Welcome to the Borough of Mount Ephraim

Mount Ephraim Commissioners:  L-R, Commissioner Andrew Gilmore, Mayor Joseph Wolk, and Commissioner Bruce Greenwald.