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The Pet License Application is available as a pdf to complete online and print by  Clicking Here

You may obtain one at the Township Clerk's office at 984 Tuckerton Road, Room 201. You must bring proof of rabies vaccination and proof of spay/neutering information.

Free Rabies Clinic - January 13th & 27th

(both clinics to be held at the Main Street Fire Station)

January 1st to February 1st of Licensing Year Dog/Cat - Spayed/Neutered -  $12.00

              Non-spayed/Neutered - $15.00

Beginning Feb. 1st to Feb. 28th of Licensing Year Dog/Cat - Spayed/Neutered -  $17.00

              Non-spayed/Neutered - $20.00

Beginning March. 1st to Dec. 31st of Licensing Year Dog/Cat - Spayed/Neutered -  $37.00

              Non-spayed/Neutered - $40.00 (late fee does not apply to new animals)

For any crime in progress, call 9-1-1 and stay on the line with the dispatcher until an officer arrives at your location. If you are reporting a crime that is not in progress or an incident or activity that is an ongoing problem, you may call 856-983-1111 and an officer will be dispatched to meet with you.

You can report minor crimes online on the Police Department Online Complaints page.


Curbside Christmas tree collection will be from Monday January 8, 2018 through Friday January 19, 2018. Flocked trees cannot be recycled, please dispose of them as part of your January Bulk Collection (which will begin Tuesday, January 2nd).

Trees must be removed of tinsel as well. Trees also can be brought to the Recycling Center when it is open.



Meetings Commencing at 6:00 PM with Executive Session followed by
Regular Meeting at 6:30 PM

January 23, 2018
February 6, 2018
March 6, 2018
April 10, 2018
May 8, 2018
June 12, 2018
July 17, 2018
August 21, 2018
September 11, 2018
October 16, 2018
November 20, 2018
December 11, 2018



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AshleyEvesham Township Manager, Thomas Czerniecki, announced Ms. Ashley Pilarchik-Moffit as the recipient of the Township’s most recent Going the Extra Mile Award (GEM). Ashley works for the Building and Grounds Department, and formerly Department of Recreation and Senior Services.  This special award recognizes employees who go above and beyond their basic duties and exemplify the Township’s core values, which emphasizes personal integrity, professional excellence and to celebrate the value of public service.

Ms. Pilarchik began working for the Township in 2014 as a part-time custodian at the Gibson House Community Center. It was her work at the Gibson House that prompted her nomination for the GEM award. Her hard-work and dedication, while employed at the Gibson House, was what helped her secure a full-time position in 2016. Ms. Pilarchik has been working in the Buildings and Grounds Department as a full-time custodian since September 2016. She has demonstrated her commitment to the job on a consistent basis. She not only tends to all the tasks required of her, but she is proactive, going above and beyond her job description. Ms. Pilarchik’s ability to take ownership of her position is what has made her a remarkable employee, and has contributed to her success in Evesham Township. 
Ms. Pilarchik’s attention to detail and strong work ethic made her a great addition to the full-time staff. She is the first part-time staff member to have ever been nominated for the GEM award.
The GEM program is co-sponsored by the Marlton Business Association (MBA), which has historically been an advocate of professional business practices in local government.  Award recipients will receive a gift card from the MBA, a small gift bearing the Township’s seal, and be publically recognized by the Township Council. The accomplishments of the recipients will also be catalogued and documented on our municipal web site.
A GEM Award candidate may be nominated by any member of the staff or by residents.  The Township Manager makes the award based on the recommendation of an independent rotating five-member committee consisting of management, staff, and representatives of the Township’s two labor unions.

Thomas Czerniecki