The Borough of Folsom, New Jersey
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NOTARY SERVICES AVAILABLE TO FOLSOM RESIDENTS
For information please see Clerk.

POWER OUTAGES
REPORT ANY POWER OUTAGES OR DOWN WIRES TO 1-800-833-7476

EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION:
Atlantic County Storm Alerts: www.readyatlantic.org
American Red Cross: (609)646-7006 or www.acredcross.org
Atantic Electric Emergency Line: 800-833-7476
South Jersey Gas (report leaks) 800-582-7060


DISASTER INFORMATION:
NJ 211 Call Center: Call 2-1-1 or see below for link for Free 24-hour statewide service - putting people in need of assistance, in touch with people who can help.


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Welcome

Mayor Tom Ballistreri
Mayor Louis DeStefano

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.

 

FOLSOM ANNUAL SHRED DAY
SEPTEMBER 24, 2016 FROM 11:00AM TO 2:00PM AT FOLSOM SCHOOL

Folsom Demographic Profile

Dugouts at baseball fieldTHE DUGOUTS HAVE ARRIVED
For years players had no relief from the hot sun and rain showers during baseball games played at the senior boy’s baseball field located at one of Folsom’s parks near the Folsom Elementary School.  Up until now, this baseball field was without dugouts.  
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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/.

*Photo is courtesy of Folsom resident Bill Bodine.