Borough of National Park
Gloucester County, New Jersey
Borough of National Park, 7 South Grove Avenue, National Park, NJ 08063      Phone:  856-845-3891      Fax:  856-845-0726
Home to the Red Bank Battlefield
COVID-19 UPDATES Governor Murphy Orders
Executive Order 107 Executive Order 108 Summary of Executive Orders 107 and 108 FAQ on how Executive Orders 107 & 108 will affect your business Additional Information NJ Department of Labor Benefits and COVID-19: What Employees Should Know COVID-19 Information for New Jersey Business NJ COVID-19 Hub If you are co-quaranting with an abuser or feel otherwise unsafe, the following resources are available: National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233 or New Jersey Domestic Violence Hotline  1-800-572-7233 New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assualt Hotline 1-800-601-7200 Women’s Referral Central 1-800-322-8092 Essential Business Update: Essential businesses that may remain open: ·   Grocery stores and any stores that sells food; ·   Pharmacies and medical marijuana dispensaries; ·   Medical supply stores; ·   Gas stations; ·   Convenience stores; ·   Stores in healthcare facilities; ·   Hardware and home improvement stores; ·   Banks; ·   Laundromats/dry-cleaning services; ·   Stores that principally sell supplies for children under five; ·   Pet stores, but not pet grooming; ·   Liquor stores; ·   Auto mechanics; ·   Self-serve car washes; ·   Car dealerships, but only for auto maintenance and repair, to deliver online purchases directly to customers,      or to arrange for curbside pickup; ·   Printing and office supply shops; ·   Mail and delivery stores; ·   Mobile phone retail and repair shops; ·   Bicycle shops, but only to provide service and repair; ·   Livestock feed stores; ·   Nurseries and garden centers; ·   Farming equipment stores; ·   Realtors, but only to show houses 1-on-1 (open houses are prohibited); ·   Firearms retailers, by appointment only and during limited hours; ·   Bars and restaurants for drive-through, delivery, and takeout only; ·   Microbreweries or brewpubs for home delivery only; ·   Child care centers, but only if they certify by Friday, March 27>     that they will only serve children of essential workers starting April 1. As per the State guidelines, manufacturing, industrial, logistics, ports, construction, shipping, food production, food delivery and other commercial operations may continue to operate, but they should limit staff on site to the minimal number needed for essential operations. "It's so important to remember that these guidelines are critical to help flatten the curve and stop COVID-19 from spreading in Gloucester County," said Freeholder Heather Simmons, Liaison to the Department of Economic Development.  "We can still support all of our businesses in Gloucester County by picking up food, purchasing gift cards to use at a  later date or ordering online. What's important now is to social distance so we can get back to enjoying all the wonderful  places Gloucester County has to offer." For up to date information on Essential Business, visit this page or call the Gloucester County Department of Economic Development at 856-384-6930.