GET AN EASY $50 FOR RECYCLING APPLIANCES
An old refrigerator or freezer can be a home’s biggest energy waster, costing you more than $80 per year to run. Atlantic City Electric now offers convenient, no-contact pickups at no additional cost. Let them recycle your old, working refrigerator or freezer, and they’ll give you $50. Plus, get an extra $25 if you recycle your working room air conditioner or dehumidifier at the same time. They'll even PICK IT UP FOR YOU!
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2022 CLASSIC CAR SHOW
The Northfield Volunteer Fire Company will be holding their 6th Annual Classic Car Show on Sunday, October 2, 2022. Please see the flyer for more information or contact Liz at 609-517-8538. This is a FREE event for the public - there is a registration fee if you and your vehicle want to participate. Come join the fun! Rain date October 9, 2022.
Flyer for Participants
Flyer for PUBLIC Attendees - Free Event!
Fall Street Sweeping October 3rd - 14th
The City of Northfield will be conducting street-sweeping services from October 3rd through the 14th midweek only. Please be advised that the operation will commence at 7:00am, and that citizens will be required to remove their vehicles from the side of the street on which sweeping services are being performed. This is the number one reason that areas are missed and or skipped, and your assistance is appreciated. Please see the Plan and Map below.
Fall Street Sweeping Plan
Trunk or Treat 2022
This year we are super excited to hold our 3rd Trunk or Treat!!! We anticipate an amazing turnout and are excited for everyone to participate to make this a great event. Please see the flyer for the date and time.
NEW JERSEY ENTERS DROUGHT WATCH
Murphy Administration Urges NJ Residents and Businesses to Conserve Water to Avoid Worsening Water Supply Conditions
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Trunk or Treat Sponsor Information
This year we are super excited to hold our 3rd Trunk or Treat!!! If you are new to Trunk or Treat, it is an event where volunteer/non-profit organizations and families decorate the trunks of a car and fill it with candy/treats for the children. The children walk around to each decorated vehicle to get their treats! We anticipate an amazing turnout and are excited for everyone to participate to make this a great event!!! Please see rules and registration form for more information.
Rules and Registration Form
WHERE DO YOUR TAX DOLLARS GO?
In NJ, your property tax bill pays for local government, school and county expenses. The City of Northfield collects your property taxes, and distributes most of this money to the other entities. So where exactly does your money go? Please see the chart attached. Roughly 28 cents of every dollar is retained by the City of Northfield for the purpose of providing all municipal services, including public safety, and the other 72 cents is sent to the local and regional schools, and to Atlantic County government, to fund the services they provide.
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NO-INTEREST LOANS FOR HOUSING REHAB FOR QUALIFIED RESIDENTS
The Office of Community Development administers no-interest, deferred loans for homeowners in Atlantic County and various Municipalities for housing rehabilitation for very low and low income homeowners.
The Housing Rehabilitation Program can address all basic rehabilitation needs of a home, meaning plumbing, heating, electric and roof, plus windows, doors, insulation and exterior repair and painting.
In order to qualify for deferred loans under the Program, applicants must be the property owner and occupant, meet the income criteria (use weblink provided), have the home properly insured and have the Municipal property taxes paid up to the current quarter. An inspector from the Office of Community Development will complete a property inspection and advise you as to which improvements the Program can finance. A deferred loan has one payment at time of sale of the home, or transfer of title.
To qualify for a 100% interest free deferred loan, a household's income cannot exceed 80% of the Median Income for Atlantic County in accordance with HUD published Section 8 Income Guidelines.
Interested, or want more information? Call the Atlantic County Office of Community Development at 609-343-2390.
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