Business News and Resources
New Jersey Economic Development Authority has launched a program to assist small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Please click here to learn more.
Please Click Here to Access the NJ Guide to ReOpening Businesses and FAQ (July 2020)
Small Business Association Resources Including Grant/Loan Information Related to COVID-19
There's a Map (and an "app") For That!
Did you know that Winslow Township has an interactive map with the local storefront businesses listed? Click here to view the local businesses.
This is also on the Township Mobile App "GORequest" which provides easy access for residents to find the local business entities, with direct-dial and website links.
Don't see your Winslow Township business listed? Email us at email@example.com
Winslow Township's Zoning Map is also available by clicking here.
Winslow Township Tax Maps are available here.
Looking for traffic counts? A wealth of recent traffic counts can be found by clicking here.
Winslow Township Has The Connections...
Winslow Township has a Tax Abatement Program for Commercial and Industrial Entities. This is for new construction or certain expansion projects. Want to learn more? Click here or email the Winslow Township Tax Assessor at firstname.lastname@example.org
All Roads Lead To Winslow...
Winslow Township is well served by major highways, rail lines and aviation hubs. Winslow offers an exceptional location for business such as distribution centers, warehouses, office parks and others to which transportation is critical.
Winslow Township is a dynamic community that is home to some of the last significant tracts of developable land in South Jersey.
Real estate costs remain low and some municipally owned vacant land is available. Taxes are moderate and a tax abatement program is in place.Winslow Township is located in Camden County. It is a historic community incorporated in 1845 and takes in many well-known places such as Sicklerville, Blue Anchor,West Atco and Cedarbrook.Winslow is a sprawling jurisdiction encompassing approximately 58 square miles.Winslow operates its own, in-house water and sewer utility. The recent upgrade and expansion of the municipal water and sewer system and a concurrent revision of the Township's Zoning Ordinance and Master Plan have set the stage for exceptional opportunities in growth and development.
Located virtually equidistant from Philadelphia and Atlantic City, Winslow is transected by the Route 73 Corridor. The Atlantic City Expressway runs through the southern portion of the Township, while the White Horse Pike runs through its north. Winslow can be accessed at Exits 41, 38, 33 and 31 of the Expressway. There is a general aviation airport in Winslow and we are just over 20 miles from both the Atlantic City International and Philadelphia International Airports.Winslow is a two-hour drive from both New York City and Baltimore. This extraordinary location and these transportation resources are suggestive of the Township's great potential.
Traffic studies were conducted in 2002 in the populous Sicklerville section of the Township near Expressway Exit 38. The intersection of County Roads 536 (Spur) and 705 had combined weekly traffic over 200,000 vehicles in June, 2002. Traffic counts are in progress in Winslow's central artery, Route 73. Commercial and passenger rail lines pass through the length of the Township. Winslow is a stop on the N.J. Transit Atlantic City rail line and has a "Park and Ride" facility.
Winslow Township has a growing, youthful population characterized by home ownership. Winslow offers an attractive workforce for potential employers. Winslow Township is a business friendly environment with staff that will help match your needs with our resources.
Zoning, Infrastructure, and Land Use
Winslow's population as documented in 2010 is 39,500 - and growing!
Winslow's 2000 population was 34,611, a 15% increase over 1990 (almost three times the South Jersey growth rate). It is located in the Burlington/Camden/Gloucester/Cumberland County real estate market that is home to over 1,390,000 people and over 548,000 jobs. Camden County alone had 537,234 residents in 2000. Winslow is a relatively young population with the greatest percentage of its residents falling in the 25 - 44 year old group (22%). 76% of Township residences are owner-occupied. In addition to its outstanding transportation infrastructure, Winslow recently has extended municipal water and sewer utilities to its re-zoned Development Area on Route 73. Developers should contact the Township to request information regarding developable land, zoning, ownership and Redevelopment opportunities.
Financial Advantages For Corporate Citizens
Camden County, NJ
For more information regarding the benefits of locating in Winslow Township, call or write:
Township of Winslow
125 South Route 73
Braddock, N.J. 08037-9422
(609) 567-0700 Ext. 5002
Winslow Township is a member of the Economic Development Association of New Jersey.
The Land of Opportunity...
Winslow Township offers short-term 5-year tax abatement throughout its jurisdiction. In designated Redevelopment Areas, the Township can offer long-term thirty-year tax abatement. The Township works with interested parties to create opportunities through Redevelopment, NJEDA, Brownfields and other programs.