Family at Outdoor Event

SERVICES & RESOURCES

Whether you're new to town or have lived in Pennsville 50+ years, you'll find a quick reference to all the wonderful services & organizations this town has to offer.

 

IMPORTANT RESOURCES

Pennsville Township Resources & Information

can be found at Pennsville.org - quick links listed below.

POLICE

FIRE

WATER

RECREATION

LIBRARY

SEWERAGE

POST OFFICE

582 N Broadway, Deepwater, NJ 08023
&
220 S Broadway, Pennsville, NJ 08070

 
Baseball Players
Flag Football Game
Soccer Players
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YOUTH SPORTS & ACTIVITIES

 
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OUTDOOR RECREATION

90 North Broadway, Pennsville NJ, 08070

With a rich history and active community, you can always find something to do at the park. Catch a great sunset on the bulkhead or take your family to the playground to enjoy the equipment! There's a great path around the park for running, biking or walking!

454 Fort Mott Rd
Pennsville, NJ 08070

Fort Mott State Park provides educational and fun events that are family oriented. All events sponsored by the park are free to the public. For more information on programs currently available at the park, call (856) 935-3218.

199 Lighthouse Road, Pennsville, NJ 08070

The refuge has two trails which wind through grassland, upland forest, forested wetlands, and pond habitats among which teachers and students can learn about the environment. Please contact the refuge or Friends of Supawna Meadows NWR for more information.

Fort Mott & Lighthouse Rds, Pennsville, NJ 08070

The Finns Point Range Rear Light is a lighthouse in Pennsville Township, Salem County, New Jersey. It is located just east of the Delaware River, and was part of Range light pair that guided ships into the Delaware River. It is deactivated, and its lamp and lens have been removed, but the lighthouse is open to the public as part of a National Wildlife Refuge. It was designed and built in 1877 and is a classic example of a skeletal cast iron prefabricated lighthouse. Its companion Front range light was demolished and replaced with an offshore automated light in 1938. Both the Rear and replacement Front light were deactivated in 1950.

Industrial Park Rd & Riviera Drive, Pennsville, NJ 08070

The Nick Mowers Dog Park was established in April of 2018 as a free dog park for residents of Pennsville Township and the surrounding areas.  The Dog Park is a great place for owners and their dogs to run, fetch, jump and play in a gated, mulched area. We have a small dog side and a large dog side. With each side having its own separate introduction area with water and benches for owners to sit while their dogs play.

One of the only full-service clay shooting and hunting operations in the United States offering several hunting options, two sporting clays courses, a world-renowned shooting school, and an on-site hunting lodge.

 

LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

Join a club or volunteer for a committee!

Founded in 2005, the Educational Foundation of Pennsville Public School District is a non-profit, charity dedicated to improving the future of public education in the Pennsville School District. The Foundation operates exclusively for charitable and educational purposes by providing funding to enhance the educational and cultural opportunities for all of our students and staff.

The goal of this organization is to collect, preserve and display articles of historical worth and interest to the residents of our Township and to provide educational and cultural programs pertaining to Pennsville and Deepwater and the surrounding area.

We unite leaders from all continents, cultures, and occupations to exchange ideas and take action in the community.

Sgt. W. T. Whitaker Post 1952

A non-profit home health nursing agency for the residents of Pennsville Township.
We provide home nursing visits with a physicians order, a medical equipment loan closet, emergency food pantry, and a clothing closet.

The goal is to work with other local groups to help uplift the standards of mankind on a cultural and moral level in the community, state and nation.

In the 40's the club went all out in its war efforts forming and attending Red Cross First Aid, Civil Defense classes, entertaining and making gifts for soldiers and sponsoring War Bond Drives. We continue to support our military personnel.