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This page is dedicated to information regarding closures, cancellations, postponements, alerts, and general information from Mount Laurel Township during the COVID-19 Pandemic. We are continually monitoring events and responding as necessary. During this time many employees are working remotely answering emails and voicemails. We will continue to update this page to reflect changes to Mount Laurel Municipal operations and events.  Use the tab to the left (if using a PC) or tap the 3 green lines above (if using a mobile phone) to access related information. 

                                                                  Municipal Contact Sheet (click here)


  • All municipal buildings and community centers are closed until further notice. 

  • Laurel Acres Park, Spencer Park, Memorial Complex, Trotter’s Complex, as well as athletic fields and neighborhood playgrounds are closed until further notice.  

  • Mount Laurel Library is closed until further notice.  

  • Municipal Court is closed and Court dates between March 16th to March 27th are cancelled  



  • March 23rd Regular Council Meeting 

  • March 30th Special Zoning Board Meeting 

  • April 1st Regular Zoning Board Meeting 

  • April 9th Regular Planning Board Meeting 


Postponed: ( new dates to be announced) 

  • Mount Laurel Clean Up Day on April 18th 

  • Mount Laurel Shred Event on April 25th  

  • Senior Bus Trip on April 15th  


Different towns and cities around the world have been coming together at a designated time to stand on their porches or open their windows and thank their first responders by clapping their hands and saying thank you! Today at noon let us all thank our first responders!

In response to Governor Phil Murphy’s executive order on 3/21/2020 Laurel Acres Park will be closed until further notice. Laurel Acres Park has always been a place for families and friends to gather and enjoy the variety of recreation the park has to offer. Unfortunately, congregating in groups, and visiting parks goes against the “stay at home” orders the Governor enacted today. We look forward to when our community will once again be able to enjoy all of the parks Mount Laurel has to offer. Until then, visit for up to date information in closures and cancellations in regards to COVID-19.

The contractor will be completing the milling and paving of Union Mill Road between Academy Drive and Holiday Blvd during the week of March 23, 2020.   The work will be completed between the hours of 8am and 4pm.   Police will be directing traffic and only one lane will be able to pass at time.   Please seek alternate routes.  We suggest using Hainesport Road or S. Church Street to Elbo Lane.

Please be advised that due to the current State of Emergency and Public Health Emergency and in an effort to prevent further spread of COVID-19, the following meetings will be cancelled:
March 23rd Regular Council Meeting
March 30th Special Zoning Board Meeting
April 1st Regular Zoning Board Meeting
April 9th Regular Planning Board Meeting 

In order to protect the health and safety of the community and our employees, and to help minimize the spread of COVID-19, Mount Laurel Township Municipal Buildings will be temporarily closed to the public beginning Monday, March 16, 2020. The closure will remain in effect through March 27, 2020, at which time the situation will be reevaluated. Trash will continue to be collected. Some employees will be working remotely checking phone messages and emails. Please continue to visit our website for up to date information. . If you have any questions please email us at 
The Council meeting on March 23rd is cancelled. 
Hazardous Waste Collection on 3/21 is cancelled. 
White goods, Tv, and tire pick up is postponed until further notice. 
Municipal Court is cancelled from 3/16- 3/27
Mount Laurel Library is closed until further notice

In an effort to limit large group activity in response to the  COVID-19, the playgrounds at Laurel Acres Park as well as the bathrooms will be closed until further notice. The park itself will remain open every day until 8 PM for individual recreation but not group events or competitions.We encourage you to practice social distancing as recommended by the CDC. All other parks (Memorial Complex, Spencer Park,Trotters) will be closed. The recreation/walking trails will remain open inside the curfew hours.Play equipment at any park including neighborhood parks should not be used.  We will continue to reevaluate the situation daily.