Deerfield Township, NJ
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Harvest Festival's 40th Celebration in Oct. 4-7. see www.dthf.org for info.
Deerfield 2018 Youth Officials with the Township Committee
Rosenhayn Park Renamed: Eugenia Johnson Memorial Park
ZUMBA GOLD - ZUMBA FOR THE YOUNG AT HEART
OFFERED AT DEERFIELD TWP. CHARLOTTE BRAGO SENIOR CENTER
$3 per person - donation to Charlotte Brago Sr. Center
11:00 – 11:30 am on Wednesdays starting August 17, 2016
The Certified Instructor is Jenni Schmidt-Spiker (a/k/a JenniZrag)
If anyone has any questions they can call the Charlotte Brago Senior Center at (856) 455-6902 and speak with Terry.
OUR CONSTRUCTION OFFICE IS NOW A SHARED SERVICE PROVIDED
BY UPPER DEERFIELD.
Visit Upper Deerfield Township Municipal Building for construction permits and other construction matters.
Click for more information.
Deerfield Township Court Now Part of Cumberland Salem Regional Municipal Court in Upper Deerfield Municipal Building - Click Here
CLEAN WATER NJ
Deerfield Township Codes Available Online
Civil Rights Policy
Special Notices regarding recycling and disposal of hazardous wastes.
Periodic Reports from the Township Office of Emergency Management Now Available online.
More About Deerfield Township
Deerfield Township is a rural community of 18 square miles located in northern Cumberland County, New Jersey. It is home to over 3,000 people, many businesses, productive farms, county government facilities, schools, places of worship, recreation areas and natural open spaces.
Centrally Located in the Region
Deerfield shares a border with the Cumberland County communities of Vineland, Millville, Fairfield and Upper Deerfield and the Salem County community of Pittsgrove. Four of the region's busiest roadways are in or just outside of the Township -- NJ Rt. 55, NJ Rt. 56, County Rt. 552 and NJ Route 49. At the Township's southern boundary is the village of Carmel. In the central portion of the Township is the village of Rosenhayn.
Deerfield Township is the location of the Cumberland County Technical Education Center, Cumberland County 4-H Extension Center, Cumberland County 911 Communications Center, Cumberland County Fire Training Center and Cumberland County Solid Waste Complex.
Planning for Growth; Maintaining Quality of Life
Deerfield Township has experienced slow but steady growth over the past several years, allowing the Township to maintain its rural, farm-centered character and abundant open spaces. The Township Committee and Land Use Board, as well as many residents and business leaders believe that the Township is on the brink of significant growth. They are working hard to see to it that the future development of the Township is well-planned in order to protect the quality of life enjoyed by its residents and businesses today.
Two important factors support the prediction of future growth. First, the local, family-owned and operated farms that were the foundation of the economy of the Township throughout the years and contributed to its open space and rural life style declined in number, acreage and productivity over the past decade. The second factor that supports growth is the township's central location between Cumberland County's three largest cities and available developable, open land with easy access to the Sherman Avenue and the Landis Avenue exits of Route 55.
Contact Us for More Information
For more information about Deerfield Township, contact the Deerfield Township Municipal Building at 856-455-3200 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For commercial or industrial development inquiries, call Cumberland Development Corporation (CDC), the Township's economic development consultant at 856-451-4200 or send email to email@example.com. It provides economic development services for the Township. The web site is www.cdcnj.com .