The Borough of Wenonah has received Federal Grant Money back in 2014 to improve Mantua Avenue from Monroe Ave. to Marion Ave.. After many meetings and approvals, the work will finally commence on December 11th, 2017 and shall be completed by March 2018. The grant project is designed to beautify the center of town, to strengthen the cultural, aesthetic and environmental aspects as well as helping to improve transportation assets for community enhancements, pedestrian safety and increase your property values. Please expect minor inconveniences during construction.
Thank you for your cooperation,
Karen L. Sweeney, Borough Administrator
Please call the Municipal Offices 468-5228 no later than Noon on Friday, December 22nd to request Bulk Pick Up for Tuesday December 26th, as our offices will be closed on Christmas Day, Monday December 25th.
The Gloucester County Animal Shelter offers a few safety tips to ensure your pet's holidays are safe and carefree.
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Bulk leaf collection has begun in the Borough of Wenonah. Bulk leaf collection begins the week of October 16th, 2017 and continues through the week of December 11th, 2017. When Bulk leaf collection begins, containerized yard waste and branch collection ends. Please do not put leaves in bags or containers. Please place leaves in the street, far enough from the curb line to allow water to flow past the storm water catch basins. Leaves should be placed a minimum of 10 feet from all storm water catch basins. Please do not place leaves near a parked car. Adequate space is required for borough large leaf removal equipment. Do not mix large shrubs, limbs or branches in with leaves. If these items are mixed in, or are on top of the leaves, the leaves cannot be picked up. Pine needles may be included with leaves. Leaves will be picked up on a continuous rotating basis throughout the borough beginning the week of October 16th, 2017 end ending on the week of December 11th, 2017. These dates are dependent upon the weather, Public Works schedule, and in-town emergencies. Please contact Public Works Superintendent, Ken Trovarelli at 856-468-5300 with any questions or concerns.