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For any emergency or crime in progress or any other urgent situation, please dial 9-1-1. To request a police officer for a non-emergency or a past tense incident, please call 856-983-1111. To contact the Department’s Records Bureau or Administration, dial 856-983-1116. To speak with a detective, contact 856-983-1118.

Tip Line: 856-983-4699

Text ETPDTIP to 847411

Police Department Contact Us page for all contact numbers.

To expedite the process of having a street light maintained, residents are asked to contact the electric utility company who supplies power in that area. The electric utility companies are responsible for and maintain the street lights throughout most of the town. To determine the correct electric utility company that needs to be contacted, it is the same electric utility company that supplies power for the residential and commercial properties in the area of the light that is out. For example, if the light is out on your street, contact the utility company that supplies electric power to your home. Evesham has two suppliers, PSE&G and Atlantic City Electric.

Please use the links below to contact the correct utility company for maintenance on street lights. It will be helpful to have a nearby street address and the closest intersecting street available when reporting. It is also important to have the pole number when reporting. The pole number will be stated on a metal tag that is fastened to the pole.

PSEG - Street Light Outage or call (800) 436-7734

Atlantic City Electric - Street Light Outage or call (800) 642-3780

Christmas trees will be collected during the weeks of January 15-18 and 21-25. Tree stands must be removed. Any questions please call Public Works at 856-983-2798.

 

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 For more information concerning NJ Property taxes: 

New Jersey Homeowner’s Guide to Property Taxes