Cramer Hill Connected

Join us in discussing Cramer Hill's ongoing and future projects at Monthly Resident and Stakeholder Meetings!


In partnership with St Joseph’s Carpenter Society, Camden Community Partnership and the City of Camden have been awarded a planning grant to update the Cramer Hill Neighborhood Plan and develop a vision for the future of our community.  The Plan provides our community an opportunity to access funding for neighborhood projects and improvements addressing housing, public safety, access to services and several other priorities.

We hope you will join us on our journey implementing this plan! To learn more and participate, please fill out the contact form below.

Download the Final Plan!

Please give us your feedback on the neighborhood plan below! 

Planning Vision and Goals

Planning Updates

January 21, 2021 – Camden Community Partnership (CCP), Saint Joseph’s Carpenter Society and others held the first Cramer Hill plan steering committee meeting. Agenda can be found here. Notes can be found here. Slides can be found here.

March 18, 2021 – CCP held the second Cramer Hill plan steering committee. Agenda can be found here.  Notes can be found here.  Presentation materials can be found here. The project team also scheduled 4 Thematic Conversations. Meeting information on the conversations can be found here.

April 20, 2021 – CCP held the first Thematic Conversations related to Housing and Infrastructure. Recording of the presentation can be found here. 

April 27, 2021 – CCP held the second Thematic Conversations related to Public Safety. Recording of the presentation can be found here. 

May 7, 2021 – CCP held the third Thematic Conversations related to Land Use, Open Space and the Environment. Recording of the presentation can be found here. 

March 14, 2022 – CCP held a meeting to discuss Neighborhood Plan Recommendations. Recording of the presentation can be found here. 

Older Neighborhood Plans

Other neighborhood plans can be found below.

Home Repair Program

myHOME is a homeowner rrehab program available in specific neighborhoods that offers up to $5,000 in grants to assist homeowners with health and safety renovations to their homes, such as new heaters to keep warm, new roofs to replace ones that have been damaged, new windows to lower energy costs, and other renovations to keep residents safe in their homes.

This program is available to Cramer Hill residents. Please reach out to 856-966-8117 x225 for more information or visit the page Home Repairs.