PineCone Zone 3 Build is October 07, 2022. Playground Build Volunteers Still Wanted!

2022-09-21T12:58:49-04:00

Playground Build Volunteers Wanted!
Our final phase of the PineCone Zone Revitalization Project is underway! We are looking for volunteers for the final project build! Build day is October 07, 2022 at 8:00am to 4:00pm. You can stay all day, part of the day or just a few hours. Volunteers must be at least 13 years of age. Community service hours available for students. Sign up by contacting Dawn Stollenwerk at dstollenwerk@mullicatownship.org or calling 609-561-7070 ext 111.

PineCone Zone 3 Build is October 07, 2022. Playground Build Volunteers Still Wanted!2022-09-21T12:58:49-04:00

Community Shredding Event

2022-09-30T10:44:47-04:00

Saturday, November 5th 9 am – 12 pm.  Bring your sensitive documents for shredding to the parking lot at the intersection of White Horse Pike and New York Avenue.  The event is open to all Mullica Township and Egg Harbor City residents.  Shredding Event Flyer

Community Shredding Event2022-09-30T10:44:47-04:00

Richards Avenue Bid Results

2022-08-16T11:56:42-04:00

3 Bids Received:

Arawak Paving Co., Inc         $123,900
Paving Plus, LLC                    $113,389
South State, Inc.                     $119,000

Richards Avenue Bid Results2022-08-16T11:56:42-04:00

Community Information from Atlantic City Electric

2022-06-07T11:41:45-04:00

Just as Atlantic City Electric prepares for summer weather and severe storms, the company encourages its customers to be ready as well. Here are some tips:

  • Assemble an emergency storm kit. Include battery-powered radio, flashlight, a first-aid kit, battery-powered or windup clock, extra batteries, medications, multi-purpose tool, and list of important/emergency phone numbers.
  • Have a supply of bottled water and easy-to-prepare, non-perishable foods available to last at least 72 hours.
  • Keep a flashlight with fresh batteries on each floor of your home.
  • Identify an alternate location for you and/or your family in case of an extended outage.
  • It’s extremely important to review the manufacturer’s instructions for safe operations of your generator. Do not connect a generator directly to your home’s wiring, and never use a generator indoors or any enclosed area.
  • Download Atlantic City Electric’s mobile app at atlanticcityelectric.com/MobileApp.
  • For a checklist of other items to include in your emergency kit, visit atlanticcityelectric.com/StormPrep.

Being prepared is a responsibility everyone should take seriously. If a severe storm hits, monitor local weather reports regularly and follow the advice of local emergency management officials. Residents should stay away from downed wires and immediately report a downed wire or service issue by calling 800-833-7476, visiting atlanticcityelectric.com, or through the company’s mobile app. Customers can also report an outage by texting “OUT” to 20661. Customers must first text “ADD OUTAGE” to 20661 to sign up for this service.

As temperatures rise, energy usage typically starts to climb as well. Atlantic City Electric provides important tips and information to empower customers to better manage their energy use and bills.

  • Manage your bill on My Account . Online energy management tools show you how much energy you are using. You can also get tips based on your energy saving goals.
  • Install energy efficient light bulbs. Energy-efficient LED bulbs use up to 75 percent less energy than standard bulbs and create little heat that can in turn cause cooling devices to work harder.
  • Check your thermostat. Set your thermostat a few degrees higher in the summer, if health permits.
  • Adjust your blinds. Lower the blinds during the day in the summer to keep the heating effects of the hot sun out.
  • More tips and information available at atlanticcityelectric.com/SaveEnergy.
Community Information from Atlantic City Electric2022-06-07T11:41:45-04:00
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