Welcome to the Information and Community Bulletin Board for Beverly Residents!
On this page you will find bulletin board notices, local county and state government information and links, as well as places to go and thing to do. This is a page packed with valuable information!
Attention Residents: Please report ALL power outages by calling PSE&G at 1-800-436-7734.
In addition, outages may be tracked at:
BeverlyLibrary: 441 Cooper Street 609-387-1259
Tuesday and Friday 5pm to 9pm
Wednesday 12 noon to 4pm
Sat 12 noon to 4pm
All Burlington County residents are eligible for library membership if they pay the dedicated county tax. Eligible residents may visit any library location to register for a card or apply online. Proof of residency must be provided at the time of application. For online applicants, proof of residency must be provided within 60 days of receiving a card. Examples of proof of residency include a driver’s license, school ID or utility/phone bill.
Branches: The Burlington County Library System consists of the headquarters in Westampton plus seven branches in Bordentown City, Cinnaminson, Evesham, Maple Shade, Medford, Pemberton Township and Riverton. Your card is welcome at all locations; circulating items may be freely borrowed within the network.
Members: The Burlington County Library System also has a large network of member libraries that maintain a close association.
Branch libraries: Headquarters: 5 Pioneer Blvd., Westampton, 609-267-9660, Bordentown: 18 E. Union St., 609-298-0622, Cinnaminson: 1619 Riverton Road, 856-829-9340, Evesham: 984 Tuckerton Road, 856-983-1444, Maple Shade: 200 Stiles Ave., 856-779-9767, Pinelands: 39 Allen Ave., Medford, 609-654-6113, Pemberton: 16 Broadway, Browns Mills, 609-893-8262, Riverton: 306 Main St., 856 829-2476 Academic branches: Burlington County College: Technology and Engineering Center Library, Route 38, Mount Laurel, 856-222-9311, ext. 2021, Burlington County College: William K. McDaniel Integrated Learning Resource Center/Library, 601 Pemberton-Browns Mills Road, Pemberton Township, 609-894-2239
Burlington County Library Amphitheater
· All concerts begin at 7 p.m. at the amphitheater, 5 Pioneer Blvd., Westampton, are free and open to the public
· Lawn chairs and blankets welcome
· Rain venue is Burlington County Institute of Technology, Westampton campus (for designated shows)
· Friends of the Library books and snacks available for sale
· Concerts are presented by the Burlington County Library System
· For more information call 609-267-9660 or visist www.bcls.lib.nj.us
African Methodist Episcopal: Bethel AME Church, 435 Magnolia St., Beverly, 609-386-8055; Bethel AME Church, 213 E. Pearl St., Burlington City, 609-386-
Apostolic: New Hope Pentecostal Church, 1604 Beverly Road, Burlington Township, 609-239-4177; Primera Iglesia Hispana of Willingboro, 4276 Route 130, 609-835-4100
Baptist: First Baptist Church of Beverly, 405 Broad St., 609-387-3266; Macedonia Baptist Church, Second and Magnolia streets, Beverly, 609-387-4464 Baptist-Southern: Delaware Valley Baptist Church, 439 Beverly-Rancocas Road, Willingboro, 609-871-2121
Catholic: St. Joseph‘s Roman Catholic Church, 524 Warren St., Beverly, 609-387-0172
Charismatic: Calvary Chapel of Riverside, 35 St. Mihiel Drive, Delran, 856-461-9000
Church of Christ: Church of Christ, 611 Sunset Road, Burlington Township, 609-386-3805; Holy Trinity United Church of Christ, Rancocas Road and Pageant Lane, Willingboro, 609-877-2540
Church of God: Millers Temple Church of God in Christ, 519 Kennedy St., Palmyra; 856-829-9811, 856-829-4625
Episcopal: St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 158 Warren St., Beverly; 609-387-0169, 609-387-7619
Jehovah’s Witnesses: Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 7 Creekview Road, Willingboro, 609-877-8047
Lutheran: St. Luke Lutheran Church, 2 Salem Road, Willingboro, 609-877-5067
Methodist: Beverly United Methodist Church, 133 Warren St., 609-387-2776, Dobbins Memorial United Methodist Church, 330 Union Ave., Delanco, 856-461-0058
Mosques: Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam, 500 Bridge St., Willingboro, 609-877-2833
Nondenominational and Interdenominational: Abundant Life Fellowship, 4151 Route 130 South, Edgewater Park, 856-461-7000, Cathedral of Love Christian, 139 Beverly-Rancocas Road, Willingboro, 609-835-4141, Deliverance Evangelistic Church of Burlington County, Route 130 North and LaGorce Drive, Burlington Township
Pentecostal: First United Pentecostal, 210 Warren St., Edgewater Park, 609-386-6149
Presbyterian: Beverly Presbyterian Church, 121 E. Warren St., 609-387-1117; Presbyterian Church of Willingboro, 494 Beverly-Rancocas Road, 609-877-7131
Reformed: Reformed Church in Willingboro, Van Sciver Parkway and Sunset Road, 609-877-3035
Religious Society Of Friends (Quakers): Burlington Quaker Meeting, 340 High St., Burlington City, 609-871-0190
Seventh-Day Adventist: Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 256 Conover St., Burlington City, 609-386-6133
Synagogues: Temple B’Nai Israel, 212 High St., Burlington City, 609-386-0406
Unitarian: Dorothea Dix Unitarian Universalist Community, 39 Park St. and Ward Avenue, Chesterfield, 609-689-1272; Unitarian Universalist Church, 401 Kings Highway N, Cherry Hill, 856-667-3618
Capital Health-Hopewell One Capital Way, Pennington; 800-637-2374
Capital Health Regional Medical Center 750 Brunswick Ave., Trenton; 609-394-6000
Cooper University Hospital 1 Cooper Plaza, Camden; 856-342-2000
Deborah Heart and Lung Center 200 Trenton Road, Pemberton Township; 609-893-6611
Hampton Behavioral Health Center 650 Rancocas Road, Westampton; 609-267-7000
Kennedy University Hospital-Cherry Hill 2201 W. Chapel Ave.; 856-488-6500
Kennedy University Hospital-Stratford 18 E. Laurel Road; 856-346-6000
Kennedy University Hospital-Washington Township 435 Hurffville-Cross Keys Road, Turnersville; 856-582-2500
Lourdes Emergency Department at Deborah 200 Trenton Road, Pemberton Township; 609-735-2950
Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington County 218 Sunset Road, Willingboro; 609-835-2900
Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center 1600 Haddon Ave., Camden; 856-757-3500
Virtua Berlin 100 Townsend Ave.; 856-322-3000
Virtua Marlton 90 Brick Road, Evesham; 856-355-6000
Virtua Memorial 175 Madison Ave., Mount Holly; 609-267-0700
Virtua Voorhees 100 Bowman Drive; 856-247-3000
With more than 1,000 acres of developed parkland, 3,500 acres slated for park development, and a regional trail system that will provide a link between the parks, Burlington County residents can enjoy natural settings, recreational water access, picnic facilities, and play areas that are close to home. For more information, contact the Burlington County Division of Parks, 6 Park Ave., Eastampton; 609-265-5858.
Amico Island Park
The park off Norman Avenue in Delran offers scenic views and outdoor recreation between 8 a.m. and dusk. The landscape includes upland forests, freshwater ponds and meadows. The park is home to raptors, songbirds and great blue herons in addition to land inhabitants. More than two miles of the 55-acre park are dedicated to hiking and biking trails. Fishing is also permitted in the Delaware River and the ponds. During winter, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are permitted on the trails. Picnic areas and portable restrooms are available.
Boundary Creek Natural Resource Area
The park off Creek Road has 34 acres of upland and lowland forests in close proximity to the Rancocas Creek. More than 30 species of birds inhabit the park, including waterfowl, wading birds and ospreys. The park also hosts several species of butterflies and moths in its butterfly and hummingbird garden. Hikers can explore 1.3 miles of marked trails. The park, which is open from 7 a.m. to dusk, also offers wildlife blinds and viewing platforms. Permanent restrooms are available.
Burlington County Amphitheater
The facility off Woodlane Road in Westampton hosts summer performances by area bands and other musical acts. The amphitheater also offers theatrical performances and movie screenings. A schedule is available at www.bcls.lib.nj.us/amphitheater/.
Burlington County Community Agricultural Center
The center on Centerton Road in Moorestown is on 60 acres and includes barns, silos and a historic farmhouse. The center offers a community-supported gardens, and a farmers market with fresh produce operates between 8:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. every Saturday between mid-May into October as well as Master Gardeners display plots. The center also hosts special events and festivals that focus on agricultural education.
Crystal Lake Park
Spanning 370 acres, the park off Axe Factory Road in Mansfield and Bordentown Township is the county’s largest wildlife reserve operating as part of a working farm. The park, which is open from 8 a.m. to dusk, contains upland and lowland forests, a freshwater lake and wetlands. White-tailed deer, red foxes and gray squirrels are among the inhabitants. The park also hosts more than 100 species of plants, many of which are rare More than 3 miles of marked trails are dedicated to hikers, bikers and equestrians. Natural overlooks complement the hiking paths, which visitors may use to cross-country ski and snowshoe in winter. Portable restrooms are available.
Historic Smithville Park
The park off Smithville Road in Eastampton is home to a variety of species, including wild turkeys, red-tailed hawks and great blue herons. Upland forests and meadows, freshwater streams, and wetlands are scattered over 312 acres. The park also includes Smithville Lake, which is open to fishing, and Rancocas Creek, in which visitors can canoe and kayak. There are 4.4 miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails, and cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are permitted in winter. The park, which is open from 8 a.m. to dusk, also includes picnic pavilions, play areas, a gazebo for families, drinking fountains and restrooms.
Long Bridge Park
The Hainesport park, with entrances on Deacon Road and the Mount Holly Bypass, provides a variety of outdoor activities between 8 a.m. and dusk. It boasts 115 acres of upland and lowland forests, a freshwater pond and tidal marshland, with 2.5 miles of marked trails for hiking and biking and, in winter, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Beavers, cottontail rabbits and red-tailed hawks are native to the reserve. The park also offers fishing in the Rancocas Creek, play areas for children, picnic pavilions, drinking fountains and restrooms.
The park is on 140 acres on Creek Road in Delanco and includes forests, wetlands and meadows. It has more than 3 miles of marked trails for hiking and biking, play areas and picnic pavilions. It permits in-line skating, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, and includes wildlife observation blinds, Newton’s Landing trails, a sheltered overlook, drinking fountains, a dog play area and restrooms. The hours are from 7 a.m. to dusk.
The Mount Holly museum at 128 High St. is a national historic landmark open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday to Saturday and from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. Architect Robert Mills designed the layout for the prison, which operated for 154 years, opening in 1811 and closing in 1965. Before closing, it was the oldest continually used prison in the United States. The building hosts special events and tours on Halloween. Adults pay $4 for admission; children, students and senior citizens are $2. Children under 5 are free.
Rancocas Creek Canoe Trail
Spanning more than 14 miles, the trail combines a scenic view of the county with outdoor recreation. The area boasts a variety of species, including box turtles, white herons and white-tail deer. Maple, hickory and oak forests are scattered along the trail. Canoeing and kayaking are permitted but restricted to designated trails. Several places rent watercraft along the trail, including in Southampton, Pemberton Township and Browns Mills. The creek can be accessed at Burlington County College in Pemberton Township, Clark’s Canoe Rental on Hanover Street in Pemberton Borough, Birmingham Road in Pemberton Township, Historic Smithville Park’s dam area in Eastampton, and Mill Dam Park off Wall Street in Mount Holly.
Rancocas Pointe Trail
The trail comprises a portion of the proposed 17-mile walking trail for the Rancocas Greenway Project Area.