Unfortunately, due to the current Covid-19 related restrictions, we will be unable to hold our Memorial Day Parade and Cemetery Service this year. Although we can not gather in person to honor them this year, we hold in our hearts all those who sacrificed their lives for our freedom.
Please note, Wenonah Lake grounds are currently closed to residents. While we are still uncertain when the grounds will open for the swimming season, our Public Works team is busy preparing for summer, including addressing the ongoing issue of standing water behind the playground area. We will continue to update the community as we have more information on the opening date. Thank you for your continued patience, and stay safe!
The second quarter tax payment due date was May 1, 2020. In accordance with Governor Murphy's Executive Order 130, Council has voted to extend the grace period for the payment of second quarter property taxes to June 1, 2020. Any payment received after June 1st will have interest going back to May 1st.
Borough Wide Sweep of branches and yard waste complete!
Beginning Monday, May 11th our DPW will be referring back to the schedule on the municipal calendar for containerized yard waste and branch pick up. Please place your containerized yard waste at the curb for pick up starting on Monday, May 11th. Containers, plastic bags and yard waste bags are permitted once again. DPW will leave your empty containers and empty plastic bags at the curb, the paper yard waste bags are biodegradable and can be ground up with the yard waste. Branch collection will resume on Monday May 18th. Cut branches in 4 to 6 foot lengths with a diameter no larger than 2". Place branches in the clear zone (before the curb, not in the street). Please do not place branches for chipping in containers. Again, we thank you for your ongoing support, cooperation and patience.