The Wenonah Department of Public Works will begin Fire Hydrant flushing this week. It is possible that you may see a non-harmful discoloration of your tap water. To clear up the discoloration, turn on a faucet and let the water run for a short time. An outside spigot closest to where your meter is located would be best. Please check the water during this time before doing any laundry, as the mineral sediments in the water could possibly cause some discoloration to your white and light colored clothing.
Sewer bills have been mailed out. Payment is due on October 1st.
Attention Wenonah Residents:
Regarding the construction of Maple Street.
The project is part of NJDOT Trust Fund Program and has been shut down by the Governor’s Executive Order #210 since July 8th. We have yet to receive notice from the State allowing for construction to resume.
Wenonah Police Department will be hosting a Community Night Out event on Friday, September 23, 2016. As part of the event, the police department hopes to gather the community together for a non-profit evening of entertainment and education; this will include presentations from the LEAD program and Wenonah Municipal Alliance and other neighboring agencies. This event will be aimed towards the younger generation within the community and educating them about the Police Department activities.
Event: Community Night Out
Purpose: Educate the Borough of Wenonah about the police department and to provide a free night of Family entertainment for the community.
Date: September 23, 2016
Time: 5:00PM to 7:00PM
Location: Wenonah Soccer Fields, East Cedar Street
Feel free to contact Ptlm. Amy Stranahan with any questions: 856-498-6263