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Lawrence Township, Cumberland County, NJ

Free Cumberland County Rabies Clinic at Cedarville Fire Hall at 30 Maple Avenue, in Cedarville, on March 8, from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.... Please drive safely especially in these winter months when roads may become slippery.  ... The public is welcome at all Township Committee and other public meetings. ...

Public Education for Lawrence Township

Lawrence Township Public School

Myron L. Powell School
225 Main Street
Cedarville, NJ 08311
PHONE: (856) 447-4237
FAX: (856) 447-3446

E-mail us:

The Myron L. Powell School was dedicated on January 5, 1955. It had additions put on in 1965 and again in 1999. The school is named for Myron L. Powell, the former Board of Education Secretary who served in this position for over fifty years.








photo of Senior High School

High School Education

Lawrence Township high school public education is provided by either Bridgeton High School or Millville High School, depending geographic location in the municipality.


Bridgeton High School

111 N. West Avenue

Bridgeton, NJ 08302

(856) 455-8030


See BHS website for more information.


Millville High School

200 Wade Blvd

Millville, NJ, 08332
(856) 327-6040


See MHS website for more information.




Lawrence Township Municipal Contact Information

856-447- 3055
Postal and Street address

PO Box 697

357 Main Street

Cedarville, NJ 08311

Electronic mail
General Township Information: Ruth Dawson, Municipal Clerk
Website changes and information: Tony Stanzione, CDC

This website and its contents are the property of Lawrence Township in Cumberland County, NJ. The Township Committee has final control over the design and content. Design, maintenance, hosting and administration provided by Cumberland Development Corp., the Township's Economic and Community Development consultant in cooperation with Lawrence Township Clerk Ruth Dawson. This website is funded in part by the CDC / Atlantic City Electric Marketing Fund.

Last modified: 02/23/14