The Borough of Folsom is a small rural community located in Atlantic County founded in the 1700’s. The Borough is approximately eight (8) square miles and has a population of 1,885. We are thirty (30) miles west of Atlantic City and thirty-three (33) miles east of Philadelphia. The Borough is accessible by land via Atlantic City Expressway and Rt 322 just off both exits.
The Borough of Folsom is a community steeped in History and renowned for its sense of family and community. It’s a great place to live and raise a family. New Jersey Monthly magazine ranked Folsom as its 19th best place to live in its 2008 rankings of the “Best Places to Live” in New Jersey, Folsom is a community with a proud past and promising future. Thank you for interest in our Borough.
BOROUGH HALL IS OPEN ON MONDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 7:00PM
Any residents needing smoke detectors, please contact Borough Hall at 561-3178.
For customers who rely on electricity to power life-support equipment in their homes, our Emergency Medical Equipment Notification Program provides advance notice of scheduled outage and severe weather alerts. The best way to stay safe is by planning for emergencies in advance, so please review and share the brochure in the attachment below for information and tips to help you and your community prepare.
For information please see Clerk.
Please report illegal dumping
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This program helps low-income households with money to help pay their heating bill or some other necessity.
TO LEARN HOW TO APPLY FOR LIHEAP
Please call 609-272-6690 to make an appointment to meet with Vital Communications at Folsom Borough Hall. Walk-Ins are welcome.
Tuesday, 2/20: 9:20am-2:20pm-Wednesday,2/21: 1:00pm-7:00pm
Thursday,2/22:9:20am - 3:20pm -Friday, 2/23: 9:20am-3:20pm
Saturday, 2/24: 9:20am to 2:20pm-Tuesday,2/27:9:20am-3:20pm
Wednesday,2/28: 1:00pm-7:00pm-Thursday, 3/1: 9:20pm-3:20pm
Folsom is participating in a Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan. A HMP is a living document that communities use to reduce their vulnerability to hazards. To inform and engage the public and other local and regional stakeholders in the planning process, a hazard mitigation planning website has been developed and can be visited at: www.aclink.org/PDM/.