LOCAL RESOURCES FOR COVID-19
State of New Jersey
For the official state website about COVID-19, including messages from the Governor and state-wide
resources and services, visit https://covid19.nj.gov/.
NJ 211 has been activated to help handle COVID-19 related calls from NJ residents. Call 211 or sign up
for text alerts by texting NJCOVID to 898-211.
Wenonah Office of Emergency Management
If you have an immediate need for assistance or have any questions relating to the pandemic, please
contact the Wenonah Office of Emergency Management at
Gloucester County NJ Office of Emergency Management
For resources and information from Gloucester County, visit
If you are sheltering in your home and need help with errands or shopping, please don’t hesitate to send a message.
Text and voicemail: (609) 961-1454
The State of New Jersey has a state-wide registry for those with special needs called “Register Ready –
New Jersey’s Special Needs Registry for Disasters.” To access this program, visit the link
As of yesterday, March 24, the Gloucester County Department of Health and Human Services and Office of Emergency Management have announced six more positive COVID-19 cases in Gloucester County. This brings Gloucester County’s total positive COVID-19 cases to 19, including one identified case in Wenonah.
Be informed but not alarmed as these numbers will continue to increase. PLEASE STAY HOME and FOLLOW ALL CDC HYGIENE RECOMMENDATIONS. Social distancing is critical in flattening the curve and reducing cases.
Please note that the Council Meeting scheduled for this Thursday, March 26th will be held via teleconference due to COVID-19. Click here for the Public Notice. The public may attend the meeting by calling in, and may comment during the designated public comment portion of the meeting. Please also note that the start time of the meeting has been moved to 7 PM to comply with the state business curfew. If you wish to call in to this meeting, dial 1 (425) 436-6386 and enter access code 897987#
As a reminder, please do not flush any kind of wipes down your toilet. Although the packaging on certain wipes states that they are flushable, doing so causes blockages in our public sewerage system. With the increased use of wipes as a cleaning agent against the spread of COVID-19, we have been experiencing increased issues of sewer blockage because people are flushing them. Please treat wipes as household waste and throw them away in the trash. Thank you for your assistance.