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Getting to Know the History of Pine Hill, NJ

The slip and fall lawyers in Pine Hill, NJ, at NJ Injury Guys have shared the following information on the town's history.

Pine Hill

The borough of Pine Hill is situated in southern Camden County within the state of New Jersey. The 2,528-acre neighborhood has points of elevation that reach 174 feet. The borough is south of Clementon and Pine Valley and north of Erial. Blackwood and Turnersville are to the west of the town, just past Little Mill Road. The neighborhood has 25.6 acres of water, such as Lake Lekau and Jaggards Pond. 


The borough was named after the terrain and trees in the area and was formed as a borough in 1929. It took land from the now-defunct Clementon Township. It was called Mont Ararat and Clementon Heights before being named Pine Hill. 

The Mayor and Council for the Borough of Pine Hill held their first meeting in an old schoolhouse located on 6th Avenue on June 5, 1929. They issued an ordinance that required all the residents in the borough to remove any trees from the streets, or they would be fined. 


The town is home to the Trump National Golf Club Philadelphia, located off of West Branch Avenue. The course was originally the Pine Hill Golf Club that was built on the former site of Ski Mountain before being purchased and renamed by the Trump Organization in 2009. The course, designed by Tom Fazio, is 6,969 yards. The clubhouse sits on a 209-foot hill and allows views of the neighboring state's skyline as well as a panoramic view of the town and landscape. 


According to the census, the population for the borough in 2010 was 10,233 residents and consisted of 4,086 households and 2,603 families. This was a decrease from the 2000 census of 10,880 residents. The racial breakdown of the community was the following:

  • 67.47% white 
  • 24.07% African American
  • 6.74% Hispanic or Latino
  • 0.26% Native American
  • 2.12% Asian
  • 0.05% Pacific Islander
  • 2.40% other races
  • 3.63% two or more races

English is spoken by the majority of the townspeople in addition to Spanish and Tagalog, a language of the Philipines. Common ancestries found in the area's population include:

  • Irish
  • Italian
  • German
  • English
  • Polish

The annual income median per household was $53,236 with a margin of error, give or take, $3,808 in 2010. This was an increase from $42,035 in 2000. As many as 22.08% of the residents have at least a bachelor's degree. 

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Gabriel A. DiLeonardo, Sr., Esq.
Date Published: June 25, 2021
Gabriel DiLeonardo, Esq. is a New Jersey licensed attorney-at-law. He helps people who suffer injuries get justice through personal injury lawsuits.
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