Director: Andy Fox
The Borough is serviced by volunteer fire companies:
Fire Company #1
Chief: Andrew Gresko
1st Assistant Chief: John Gresko
2nd Assistant Chief: Steve Lescure
Chief: Ryan Pierson
1st Assistant Chief: Clinton Carter, 3rd
2nd Assistant Chief: Keith Tetrault
OUR MISSION: To provide the highest level of service to the residents of Pitman while maintaining the community’s infrastructure in the most cost-effective manner possible. We provide essential services in the areas of drinking water, sanitary and storm sewer maintenance, trash, recycling and yard waste collection, streets, buildings, grounds and vehicle maintenance. We continually strive to improve our services by incorporating new technology, employee involvement, improved customer service and new ideas to effectively maintain our service oriented department.
Hours: Monday - Friday
6:30am - 2:30pm
Borough of Pitman Rabies Clinic is Canceled
Unfortunately, as a result of the unavailability of the serum, we must cancel our Rabies Clinic which was to be held on March 28th. For more information click here
Borough Council Meetings for the Month of March
Borough of Pitman Council work session meeting at 6:30pm, and regular meeting at 8pm in Council Chambers - 03/09/15 & 03/23/15.
Borough Council Meetings for the Month of April
Borough of Pitman Council work session meeting at 6:30pm, and regular meeting at 8pm in Council Chambers - 04/13/15 & 04/27/15.
Main Office: 856.589.3522
Main Office Fax: 856.589.6833
"To Protect and Serve"
The mission of the Pitman Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the community by providing a proactive and full range of professional police services; ensuring safety through commitment, integrity and trust; treating all persons with impartiality, respect and dignity; managing resources effectively; and by maintaining a partnership with the community to meet current and future challenges.
Chief of Police: Robert T. Zimmerman
856.589.3501 ex. 11
Admin. Business Line: 856.589.3501
Pitman is located in Gloucester County, New Jersey. It is approximately 17 miles southeast of Philadelphia. It is one mile from Rowan University in Glassboro. Pitman has an area of 2.3 square miles and a population of 9,365. The Borough has 13 churches, three elementary schools, one middle school and one high school.
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