In the near future, you will be able to pay taxes and sewer charges online using a debit or credit card.  There will be a portal on this website where you will be able to look up your payment history, see open balances and make payments.  You will also be able to pay by debit or credit card when making payments in the tax office.  The system is currently being installed.  Keep checking back as we will let you know as soon as the service becomes available.




The deadline for dog licensing was extended until June 30.  As of July 1, a $15 late fee will be added.  Come in by June 30 to avoid the late fee and a summons.




BABY PARADE--9am.  Registration begins at 8:15 at corner of Kings Highway and Center Avenue.  Must be Mount Ephraim resident.  Categories are Best Decorated Float, Best Decorated Coach, Most Patriotic.  For more info call 931-9579 or email mtephraimcelebration@hotmail.com.


BIKE PARADE--10am.  Registration begins at 9:45 at corner of Kings Highway and Center Avenue.  Must be over 4 years old and a resident of Mount Ephraim.  For more info call 931-9579 or email mtephraimcelebration@hotmail.com


Annual July 4 parade begins at 12 noon at the West Center on Kings Highway and continues across Black Horse Pike. 


KID GIVEAWAYS--at MEPRI Hall immediately following the parade.  Goodies and water ice will be provided.  Children must be pre-registered and must be Mt. Ephraim residents but guests are also welcome.  For more info contact Karen at 931-9579

or email mtephraimcelebration@hotmail.com.  


More information on the above festivities is also available on the Celebration Committee website at www.mountephraimcelebration.com. 




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.