Tax Collector Kim Jaworski is sworn in by Mayor Dominy as Tax Collector Beth Walls retires. Thank you Beth for your years of service and welcome to Wenonah Kim!
Permission to quote and share: "My daughters 3rd grade picnic at the lake today. Mantua Officer Benson walked the kids from Wenonah elementary. Once at the lake she walked the entire Perimeter and checked on things including behind buildings , stayed and helped out and walked them back.
A very welcome sight!"
The Borough of Wenonah received Federal Grant Money back in 2014 to improve Mantua Avenue from Monroe to Marion Aves. After many meetings and approvals, the work commenced on December 11th, 2017 and is now in the final stages with the installation of the new Borough sign adjacent to the Municipal Building. The grant provided funds for the improvements to Mantua Avenue, Signage, Light Standards and Borough Sign. The grant project is designed to beautify the center of town, to strengthen the cultural, aesthetic and environmental aspects, pedestrian safety and increase your property values. Feel free to contact me if you have any additional questions.
Thank you for your cooperation,
Karen L. Sweeney, Borough Administrator
As of 12:01am on June, 1st, 2018, the Mantua Township Police Department, (MTPD), will administer the Borough of Wenonah’s Police and Public Safety responsibilities. The MTPD is an accredited police department bringing to our Wenonah residents, an extended level of policing expertise. The Mayor and Borough Council, have and will continue to work closely with the MTPD in assuring that the policing and patrolling efforts meet the public safety needs of our town.