"Swedesboro/Woolwich - Night Out" 6PM-9PM @ Locke Ave Park. The focus of the event is to celebrate the efforts of our township citizens, Police, Fire & EMS and our business owners for keeping our community safe. We like to think ofSwedesboro and Woolwich as a safe place 365 days a year where a community works together to: Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness; Generate support for, and participation in, loca lanticrime programs; Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships; and Send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back. Any questions, please contact Sgt. Rich Jaramillo #2312, @ email@example.com. -- this years theme is "Emergency Services".
The History of Woolwich Township. Click Below for More Information.
2013 Community Garden
COMMUNITY GARDEN -- The Woolwich Township Environmental Commission is beginning plans for the 2013 “Community Garden”. Residents are able to “rent” space within the garden an [ read more ]
Police Emergency Phone
ALL RESIDENTS ARE ADVISED THAT THE COUNTY HAS DISCONNECTED EMERGENCY PHONES DIRECTLY TO DISPATCH. THE PHONE AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE WOOLWICH TOWNSHIP MUNICIPAL BUILDING HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED. ANYONE WH [ read more ]
Kingsway Education Foundation
To find out more about how you can assist in supporting the Kingsway District's educational goals, please consider the Kingsway Education Foundation. Please click the following link:
Kingsway Educati [ read more ]
Message from the Tax Collector
Please be advised that Tax Payments can no longer be sent to the P.O. Box. All tax payments must be mailed directly to the Township Building, 120 Village Green Drive, Woolwich Township, NJ [ read more ]
Q. 1. Is Swedesboro a part of Woolwich? Where do I live?
A. Woolwich and Swedesboro used to be one municipality 102 years ago. In 1902, Swedesboro separated into the borough that it is today. The post office is in Swedesboro (across from Spirit Dodge) and prior to 2000, addresses for residents living in Woolwich were addressed to Swedesboro.
While Swedesboro and Woolwich are separate municipalities, they maintain a good working relationship and share certain services such as the volunteer fire department and ambulance. On the website, a history of Woolwich Township can be found explaining this more in depth.