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In the interest of lowering vehicle speeds on our roads, especially Mantua Avenue, Borough Council is working with Wenonah Police Department for a one week intensive enforcement initiative.  It will take place the week of January 23, 2017.  Borough Council is committed to the safety of our pedestrians and we believe this effort will communicate loud and clear that we are serious about enforcement.

Please click here to view a pie chart of 2016 Wenonah Tax Levies

Residents who wish to either trim or remove any "street tree" must contact Gary Odenbrett of the Shade Tree Commission @ 468-2627 in order to receive a "no cost" permit. This policy protects not only the interests of the borough, but also the residents, as a copy of the contractor's insurance is required upon commencing work. Contractors will be required to remove any tree debris from the "clear zone".


The Borough of Wenonah has received the donation of two new town entry signs from the Odenbrett family of North West Avenue. Town residents since 1985 the Odenbrett’s like so many families have shared the natural beauty of our parks, trails and lakes while raising a family. Since the old signs were worn and broken it was time for an update. The Odenbrett’s financial contribution to the Gateway High School Tech Ed Department enabled local teachers and students to create the signs and incorporate the blue heron designs. Staining, painting and sealing were a combined effort of Gary along with artist neighbor Beth Shinn who hand painted and highlighted the heron scenes. New signs will be placed at their former locations across from Wenonah Lake on W. Maple and W. Mantua Aves close to the trailhead.   

Contact Details

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(856) 468-5228
(856) 468-0390 (FAX)
1 South West Avenue
Wenonah, NJ 08090
*Monday: 8:30am-8:00pm
*Tuesday - Thursday: 8:30am-4:30pm
*Friday: 8:30am-1:00pm