The right to vote is one of the cornerstones of our American democracy. In an ongoing effort to protect our children, there is a national movement to remove polling places from our schools, yet allow voting to remain convenient and accessible.
The Camden County Board of Elections controls voting locations in Voorhees Township and throughout the county. Several polling
places will be changing beginning in the upcoming Primary Election on June 7.
Below are the voting districts and voting locations in Voorhees that will be in effect for the June 7 election:
District 1 – MOVES from Osage School to Ashland Church
District 2 – Stays at Kirkwood Fire Hall
District 3 – Stays at Kresson Fire Hall
District 4 – MOVES from Osage School to Town Hall
District 5 – MOVES from Town Hall to the Vistas Clubhouse (Formerly Echelon Glen)
District 6 – Stays at School Administration Building
District 7 – MOVES from Voorhees Middle School to Barry Brown Health Education Center
District 8 – MOVES from Kresson School to the Meeting Place at Hope Church
District 9 – MOVES from E.T. Hamilton School to Muslim American Community Church
District 10 – MOVES from E.T. Hamilton School to Muslim American Community Church
District 11 – MOVES from Signal Hill School to the Hampton Inn Rt. 73
District 12 – Stays at Town Hall
District 13 – Stays at Brendenowood Senior Care
District 14 – MOVES from Kresson School to Brendenwood Senior Care (Foyer area)
District 15 – MOVES from Kresson Fire Hall to Lions Lake Community Center
District 16 – MOVES from Signal Hill School to the Hampton Inn Rt. 73
District 17 – Stays at Centennial Mill
District 18 – MOVES from Town Hall to the Vistas Clubhouse (Formerly Echelon Glen)
District 19 – MOVES from Voorhees Middle School to Lion’s Gate
The Camden County Board of Elections will be sending several notices of the changes to registered voters and the sample ballot that each voter receives
will also include the polling location for that voter.
If you have any questions about your polling place or voter registration information, contact our Municipal Clerk at 856-429-7757 or at
In recent years, voting has become even more convenient with the ability to vote by mail. All registered voters are eligible. For more information or
to obtain an application to vote by mail, visit
Your vote counts!
** Spring Leaf Collection has begun. Dates for collection are available on Channel 19 for Comcast, Channel 38 for Verizon, on the municipal
website at www.voorheesnj.com and on our Voorhees Township Facebook page. Leaf collection is as follows: Tuesday trash day 4/11/16 - 4/15/16; Wednesday
trash day 4/18/16 - 4/22/16; Thursday trash day 4/25/16 - 4/29/16; Friday trash day 5/2/16 - 5/6/16.
** The Voorhees Economic Development Committee will be hosting its first small
and home based business networking event on May 5, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.at
Voorhees Town Hall, 2400 Voorhees Town Center. Register on the Voorhees website,
www.voorheesnj.com and click on the
Voorhees Township Home-Based and Small Business Network Event link.
**The Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club will be hosting its 9th Annual Trivia Night fundraising event on Saturday, May 7 from 6:30pm to
10:30pm at the Gibbsboro Senior Rec Center, 1000 Pole Hill Park Dr. Proceeds will benefit the Jean Clementi Eastern High School
Scholarship Fund as well as other community service projects.
**The 8th Annual Alicia Rose Victorious 5k Run/Walk will be held on Sunday, May 15. Check in begins at 8:30 a.m. and the
run/walk will start at 10 a.m. at Virtua Hospital, 200 Bowman Dr. in Voorhees. Cost is $30 for participants 19 and older
and $15 for ages 5 to 18. The ARVF installs Teen Lounges in hospitals throughout the world.
**The Voorhees Schools Color Fun Run will be held on Friday, May 20 at Connolly Park. Registration begins at 6 p.m. and
the run begins at 6:30 p.m. Money raised from the event will help support technology and enhancements at VMS, ET Hamilton, Osage, Kresson
and Signal Hill Schools. There will be music by Just Call Dawn DJ and other post run fun!