Mantua Township is proud to announce that they have teamed up with J.M.T for the perfect holiday fundraiser!
Sale starts December 5th and runs until December 12th at 2pm. Mantua Township welcomes everyone to stop into the Township Clerk’s Office if interested in purchasing t-shirts in celebration of the 150th Anniversary of the Dryptosaurus discovery here in Mantua.
For more information on this fundraiser please see attached flyer below:
My name is Peg Wilson and I am a resident of Mantua Township and a Scentsy Representative. I am conducting a fundraiser during the months of November and December to give back to the Mantua Police Department and the children of our community. On a daily basis, our law enforcement deals with difficult situations where children in crisis are involved. Read more
Mantua Township would like to give a huge thank you to Jean and Ric Edelman for their extremely generous donation of $25-million to reconstruct the Rowan University Fossil Park.
Click on the following links to broaden your horizon on this amazing scientific museum in the works! Making an Impact
We know how important streetlights are to the safety of your community. If you discover streetlights that are not functioning, we encourage you to report outages through Atlantic City Electric’s Streetlight Reporting Web page. Our on-line portal provides a convenient mapping tool that allows you to pin-point the location of the non-functioning light. The system also sends you email updates on repairs.
To report a streetlight outage, visit www.atlanticcityelectric.com. Click “Outage Center” then “Report a Streetlight Outage” where you can enter a pole number or full address to locate the streetlight. We also ask that you provide your name and contact information so we can provide status updates.
If you cannot access the website you can also report a streetlight issue by calling the Atlantic City Electric Customer Care Center at 1-800-642-3780.
2016 is The 150 Anniversary for the Discovery of the Dryptosaurus at Ceres Park in Mantua. This presentation was coordinated by the Rowan Fossil Park in conjunction with JMT School’s Mr. Falcone, staff and the students in Mantua Township.
On August 11, 2016, family, friends, area residents and police officers came out to honor Eli McCarson, a New Jersey State Police trooper killed in the line of duty last December. Mantua officials decided to rename Sewell Park, located at the corner of Mantua Boulevard and East Mercer Avenue, the Trooper Eli McCarson Memorial Park. In honor of the township native who gave his life serving others, this spruced-up park includes not only a basketball court, which was McCarson’s favorite sport, but as well as a memorial space, complete with benches, a new flagpole, flowers and trees. The new memorial plaque consist of a triangle that represents the New Jersey State Police badge and the points on that triangle stand for Honor, Duty and Fidelity, which Mayor Scirrotto stated, all of which characterize and represent Eli’s qualities as an officer and a person. For the state police, the park will become a place of daily remembrance, he said, noting that troopers passing the memorial will stop to salute Eli and honor his sacrifice. McCarson’s mother stated that she hopes park not only serves as a place to remember her son, but to remember all who dedicate their lives to public service on a daily basis.
The township of Mantua would like to give a special honor to these four outstanding students who competed in the 2016 Mantua Township Historical Commission Essay Contest. These talented fifth graders visited the Mantua Township Historical Museum to learn more about the history of their community. They each subsequently entered into an essay-writing contest sponsored by Mantua Township Historical Commission where they were to write about our town’s history. Following an impartial review of all the contest entries, these four students’ essays were adjudged of sufficient focus, insight and overall quality. CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU ALL FOR YOUR HARD WORK & FOR BEING THE 2016 MANTUA TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL COMMISSION ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS!
FIRST PLACE WINNER: ADAM BATHURST
SECOND PLACE WINNER: GRACE CAPELLI
THIRD PLACE WINNER: MOIRA McGINTY & TATUM GAWRYSIAK
Mantua Township is proud to announce that our very own Clearview Regional High School graduate, Brenna Weick was crowned Miss New Jersey 2016! Brenna Weick won the title Saturday night at the Ocean City Music Pier, beating out 29 other contestants. The 22-year-old Mantua resident had competed in the pageant with her platform consisting of raising awareness about cyber bullying. Weick’s amazing win will allow her to represent the Garden State in the Miss America pageant, which will be held Sept. 11 in Atlantic City. Congratulations Brenna all of Mantua is rooting for you!
- Project Medicine Drop– The Mantua Township Police Department participates in “Project Medicine Drop”, which is a program where “prescription drug boxes” are installed at participating New Jersey Police departments.Residents or non-residents can drop off unused and/or expired medications safely, securely, and anonymously. It is available seven days per week,
- Child Safety Seat Installation The Police Department has two officers trained in the inspection and proper installation of child safety seats who are available to anyone, township resident or not, who has a question or requests assistance on the proper installation of a child safety seat.
- Bulk Trash Bulk Trash is residential household waste. This refers to waste that is generated by the residents of the household. This DOES NOT include the structure and/or the outside structure, storm damage, remodeling or ANY construction debris. Old furniture may be placed at the curb with your trash on bulk week.
- Zero- Tolerance Policy on Littering The Township recently installed new road signs that state” TAKE PRIDE, this is MANTUA TOWNSHIP”, in hopes that the local residents and even those who travel throughout the town will think twice about throwing trash on the side of the roads.
- New Cell Phone Law Effective July 1, 2014, the fines for talking or texting on a hand-held wireless communications device will increase. First time offenders will face a fine of at least $200.
- How to Report a Street Light Out Atlantic City Electric services more than 80,000 street lights throughout South Jersey. We believe street and area lights are an important community safety feature. We thank you for taking the time to make us aware of problems that may include lights that are out, flickering or that have been damaged. Specific information that you can provide regarding the location, address, pole number of the light will help our field personnel make repairs.
- Mantua Township Police Department Communicates with our Residents In an effort to better communicate with the residents of Mantua Township, the Police Department has started using a communications system that allows residents to receive information ranging from critical alerts to community news.