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2016 First Quarter Taxes Due

2016 First  Quarter Taxes are due on February 1st.  The last day of grace period for First Quarter Taxes will be Wedesday, February 10th.  Payments made after that date will be subject to interest from February 1st.  Payments are accepted by mail or in person during regular business hours.  You may also drop your payment in the mail slot located on the front door of the Municipal Building.  Please click here for any other questions regarding property taxes.

Pet License 2016

The pet licensing period is from January 1st to March 31st.  
License is $7.00 for a neutered/spayed pet and $12.00 for an unaltered pet. 
Proof of rabies is required to obtain a valid licence for 2016.
Rabies must be current through November 1st, 2016.  
Click here for a list of free rabies clinics in Gloucester County
After March 31st, a $10.00 penalty will be applied to each license.
Penalty will be waived for a newly registered pet acquired after March 31st.

Gloucester County will no longer recycle E-Waste

Please be advised, the Borough of Wenonah will no longer accept E-Waste.  Please see article below.  

http://www.nj.com/gloucester-county/index.ssf/2016/01/gloucester_county_will_no_longer_recycle_e-waste.html

Snow Storm Guidelines

When snow is expected, please make every attempt to park your vehicle in a driveway.

If you must park in the street, use the odd-even system to facilitate snowplowing.  On odd numbered days, park on the odd numbered side of the street.  On even numbered days, park on the even numbered side of the street.  

Please clear your sidewalks within 12 hours of snow fall as per ordinance #56-33.
Failure to remove will result in fines.  Please be kind to the welfare of your neighbors.

If possible, wait until the borough plows have passed before shoveling your driveway.

Be prepared for the storm:

1) pre-fuel and run your snow blowers and generators 
2) don't forget odd/even parking so the plows can get through
3) if you live near fire a hydrant remember to clear the area around the hydrant when clearing your sidewalks
4) Don't forget to check on your neighbors that might need some assistance

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