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3/21/2018: UPDATE
Wednesday's trash will be picked up Thursday and Thursday's trash on Friday. If there are any changes we will update the website. 
Due to the severe weather expected in our area, Taste of Mount Laurel that was scheduled for 3/22 has been cancelled and will be rescheduled for a later date. 
3/20/2018 12:00 PM
There will be no trash pick up for Wednesday 3/21

3/20/2018 9:15 AM 
Message from the Mayor

As per the National Weather Service, the Township of Mount Laurel is under a Winter Storm Warning.  A strong low pressure system will develop off the east coast and send precipitation in two waves.  The first wave will be a nuisance but could be dangerous if ice becomes part of the equation, and there is a chance of that happening.  The bulk of the precipitation will arrive tomorrow, with total snow accumulations ranging from 8 to 12 inches with some forecasting as much as 18 inches.  

Please take all necessary precautions to prepare for this storm, including the possibility of widespread power outages.  The storm is forecast to have winds of 25 to 35 MPH with higher gusts.  The snow is expected to be a heavy, wet snow, much like two weeks ago.  

If possible, please remove all cars from the street as snow accumulates, since the Township will start to plow when two inches accumulates.  Also, remove all portable basketball hoops from the street.  

Please be patient.  If the snow accumulates as expected, it will take the Township 16-20 hours to complete the entire Township.  

Be kind to your neighbors and please check on the elderly and the infirmed.  Please take care of your pets as well.                               



Hartford Road remains closed between Marne Highway and Penmark Drive (The College Entrance)

The traffic light at Mt. Laurel Road and Walt Whitman Ave is still without power.

Elbo Lane at Daylily Drive is now open.

Church Road is also open it's entire length.

As a result of yesterday’s storm, the following roads are still closed due to live wires blocking the roadway: Church Road is blocked between Country Club Pkwy and Tamoshanter. Elbo Lane is blocked between Daylily Drive and Springville Way. Hartford Road is blocked between Route 38 and Marne Highway. There is no vehicular access in these areas so please seek alternate routes. No ETA has been given by PSE&G.

There is no delay in trash pick up

Public works will be working through the day to clear all Municipal Roads

Currently the Township has 40 plow trucks plowing since 2pm and will continue to plow through the night. A storm of this nature takes about 16-20 hours to plow all Municipal streets. 

3/7/2018: UPDATE: Public Works and contractors have begun plowing operations and will continue to plow throughout the storm 

3/7/2018: Public Works is currently out salting the roads. We will continue to update the website throughout the storm as our operations change. 

3/6/2018: Due to the incoming storm Gold Medal will begin tommorow's trash collection at 6am. Please have your trash out early. 

3/5/2018: northbound Mount Laurel Road is closed between Hainesport Road and Union Mill Road.  A detour is in place sending traffic westbound on Hainesport Road to northbound Elbo Lane to eastbound Union Mill Road.  The closure is due to a major PSE&G repair from this past storm.  The repair spans approximately 10 utility poles in length.  All Southbound traffic will flow normally

MT LAUREL PD: Mt Laurel Road has been re-opened in both directions between Hainesport Rd. and Union Mill Road.

3/4/2018Avoid northbound Mount Laurel Road between Hainesport Road and Union Mill due to emergency utility work. A detour is in place.
3/3/18: Mount Laurel Road has been reopened.

AVOID Mt Laurel Rd between Amaryllis Blvd. and Hainesport Rd for the next several hours due to down wires and trees.

Major coastal storm tonight through Saturday. Click link below for information.

Starting Monday 2/26 the Laurel Acres Park playgrounds will be closed for construction. Anticipated reopening will be Spring 2018. We thank you for your cooperation during this time. Please see our concept photos under the FAQ's page. 


PSE&G Notice to residents (Larchmont Area)