The Township of Cherry Hill, Camden County, New Jersey, lies five miles east of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the Delaware River Valley.
The municipality is home to more than 70,000 residents and 4,000 businesses and boasts 49 parks and recreational facilities within its 24 square miles. Cherry Hill made its name as the home of the Garden State Park horse racetrack and the East Coast's first enclosed shopping mall, Cherry Hill Mall.
Today, the community enjoys a regional reputation as an affluent, educated, family-oriented town with 19 award-winning public schools, numerous places of worship, and a vibrant business sector.
Cherry Hill has long served as Southern New Jersey's commercial center. Corporate citizens include Subaru of America, Inc, Commerce Bancorp, Melitta Coffee and Pinnacle Foods Corp (makers of Vlasic, Duncan Hines, and more).
Residential housing stock varies from pre-war to planned suburban neighborhoods, high-rise rental to custom ultra-luxury homes and gated condominium communities.
The value of a home or business in Cherry Hill is enhanced by a world-class municipal services system that includes a brand-new multi-million dollar public library and award-winning police and fire protection.
Cherry Hill remains what it has been for more than 160 years- a growing, prosperous community of diverse people who seek economic opportunity, a safe, secure environment in which to raise a family and who focus on education and the development of a society that ascribes to the highest standard of American living. In short, we like to say, "You couldn't pick a better place!"
Millions of cherry blossoms have arrived on Chapel Avenue - a two mile avenue between Haddonfield Road and Kings Highway! An impressive cherry blossom display serving as a unifying tribute to the Township of Cherry Hill, honoring our military and…Read More »