What is the GCL?
The Glassboro-Camden Line (GCL) is a proposed 18 mile passenger rail line between Glassboro and Camden in Southern New Jersey. Please click on the link below to be directed to the website for more information for project inquiries.
Annual Drinking Water Quality Report Wenonah Water Department For the Year 2019 Results from the year 2018
Annual Drinking Water Quality Report Wenonah Water Department For the Year 2018 Results from the year 2017
Proposed Manuta Avenue Streetscape Project
The Borough has recently submitted an application to the NJDOT for various improvements to Mantua Avenue that will facilitate pedestrian and bicycle transportation, as well as increase public safety and aesthetics. Please click on the link for an artistic rendering of these proposed improvements.
In December 1870, a railroad station, which was much too elegant to transport produce form the local farmers, was about all that stood in the beginning of the town that we now know as Wenonah. There were farms, mainly growing sweet potatoes, but they had been there long before the train station.
On December 19, 1870, a special West Jersey Railroad train left Camden for the “New Mantua” train station. The train carried businessmen who were interested in creating a new suburban town, a planned town that would consist of more than 572 acres, currently used as farmland.