The Environmental Commission will hold an online meeting at 7:30 PM Wednesday, April 8th. The access instructions are:
The Wenonah Shade Tree Commission Meeting for Tuesday April 7th has been Cancelled
In the interest of the health and safety of our residents, public playground equipment is closed to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We also strongly discourage groups of people from participating in pick up games on public courts or fields. All residents should abide by the Governor's mandate to stay home, practice social distancing, and follow the CDC's hygiene recommendations.
Dear Wenonah Residents,
First and foremost, I wish good health to you, your families, and your friends. It’s times like these that Wenonah comes together. Undoubtedly, members of our community will contract COVID-19, if they have not already. As that occurs, I have no doubt that we will come together to compassionately support our neighbors as we always do in time of need.
We have established a list for people in need of assistance and those desiring to volunteer. Many of you have already expressed an interest in helping – thank you. If you are sheltering in your home and need help with errands or shopping, please don’t hesitate to send a message. The contact information is:
Text and voicemail: (609) 961-1454
The State of New Jersey also 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 https://www13.state.nj.us/SpecialNeeds/Signin?ReturnUrl=%2fSpecialNeeds%2f.
Wenonah’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM) is participating in daily telephonic status conferences with County OEM and other stakeholders. We will continue to pass along important information as it becomes available. If a Borough resident becomes inflicted with COVID-19, we will not be provided any details, such as their name or address. Furthermore, our response will not change from that which the State has already ordered: stay home and practice social distancing. Now, more than ever, is the time to be kind and compassionate. We are all in this together. Wenonah is a wonderful and special place – we will manage this crisis together as one.