Miss Linwood Crowning
Click the link for the Miss Linwood Application.
Spring Leaf Pick Up
SPRING LEAF COLLECTION
On Monday April 4, 2016 the Public Works Department will begin a spring clean-up of leaves
the citizens can put in the street curb line.
The program will start at the southern end of the City and work north the last day to be able
to put your leaves out will be Friday April 29, 2016.
Finally, avoid raking any trash, tree branches and rocks into your pile of leaves this can cause
the vacuum truck to clog up and shut down.
If you have any questions about this program you can call Linwood Public Works at 926-7994.
Bike Path Extension
Work is scheduled to begin on or about March 14, 2016 for the Linwood Bike Path Extension project. The work will consist of the construction of approximately 1,500 square yards of the new bike path and 1,382 linear feet of concrete curbing. The work is located on New Road, US Route 9, and Monroe Avenue. See attached drawings for details.
South Jersey Gas Company Main project
The South Jersey Gas Company will begin a gas main project on or about February 29, 2016 on the following streets: 1. Grammercy Avenue- between Kirklin Avenue & Dead End; 2. Royal Avenue- between Beech Avenue & Grammercy Avenue; 3. Wabash Avenue- between Frances Avenue & N. of Kirklin Avenue; 4. Barr Avenue- between Shore Road & Lincoln Avenue; 5. Wilson Avenue- between Shore Road & Lincoln Avenue; 6. Pierce Avenue- Bartlett Avenue & New Road; 7. Melody Lane- between New Road & Dead End. See attached forms for more information.
Elected Officials Hall of Fame
The New Jersey State League of Municipalities inducted Linwood City Councilman Elliot Beinfest into the Elected Officials Hall of Fame on February 3, 2016 at the State House Annex in Trenton. Councilman Beinfest was first elected to City Council in November of 1994 and is currently serving his eighth consecutive term.
Linwood Municipal Court Office
All Linwood Municipal Court operations are conducted at the Northfield Municipal Court Office, 1600 Shore Road, Northfield, NJ. (609) 641-2832.
City of Linwood 2016 Tax Sale Notice (4/18/2016)
Electrical Safety Tips (5/20/2015)
Kidde Recalls 4.8 Million Fire Extinguishers That Could Fail (2/13/2015)
ACE winter storm press release (1/26/2015)
Linwood Achieves Sustainable Jersey Certification (10/15/2014)
Flood Insurance Discounts Approved for Linwood (10/1/2014)
Atlantic City Electric Warns Customers of Fake Invoices (1/29/2014)
TO THE CITY OF LINWOOD
The City of Linwood is a suburban community located in Atlantic County,
New Jersey. The city comprises an area of four square miles lying
approximately nine miles to the west of Atlantic City and bounded
by the municipalities of Northfield, Egg Harbor Township, and Somers
The City is accessible by land via the Garden State Parkway, a major
north-south artery which is adjacent to the City and provides access
to New York City, and via the Atlantic City Expressway, which is
five miles distant and leads directly to Philadelphia. The Parkway
going south connects with the Cape May-Lewes ferry service, which
provides a convenient, modern method of crossing the Delaware Bay
to points south. Atlantic City International Airport (approximately
twenty miles distant) provides both commuter and regular air travel
to major eastern cities and beyond.
We hope this web site will be informative, and we encourage you to visit
For more information on our Arboretum please click here to visit the
NEW Linwood Arboretum website.