Borough of Palmyra, NJ
Burlington County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Palmyra 7-21-1925 (Ch. 17 of the 1971 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Uniform construction codes — See Ch. 95.
Land development — See Ch. 158.
All dwelling houses and other buildings fronting on any of the streets, avenues or highways within the limits of the Borough of Palmyra shall be numbered at the expense of the owners thereof, in the manner as hereinafter described.
A. 
Cinnaminson Avenue shall be the line of beginning for the numbering of all houses and other buildings erected on all streets, avenues or highways crossing or entering into Cinnaminson Avenue, the numbers extending eastwardly and westwardly therefrom, the odd numbers to be on the northerly side and the even numbers to be on the southerly side of each of said streets, avenues or highways.
B. 
The Delaware River shall be the line of beginning for numbering of all houses and other buildings erected on all streets, avenues and highways running northwardly and southwardly, and shall extend southwardly therefrom, the odd numbers to be on the westerly side and the even numbers to be on the easterly side of each of said streets, avenues or highways.
The Borough of Palmyra shall have prepared a map or plan showing the numbers for all houses and other buildings now erected or hereafter to be erected on any of the streets, avenues or highways in said Borough, and the same shall be kept in the office of the Borough Clerk.
The owners of all houses and other buildings fronting on any of the streets, avenues or highways of said Borough of Palmyra shall number or renumber their said houses and other buildings to conform to said plan.
Such owner or owners, for his or their neglect or refusal to comply with the provisions of this chapter, shall forfeit and pay a fine of not more than $10.