Town Hall in Wharton, NJ
Winter at the Morris Canal Lock 2 East
Members of the Wharton Fire Department at National Night Out 2019
2017 Color Run
Library Dedication 2019
Washington Forge Pond
Due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, the June 8th Mayor and Council Meeting will be held online
While we love having our residents visit Town Hall, The Borough of Wharton is working to provide service
2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)(Updated- June 2, 2020) Residents with questions or concerns
Wharton Borough now has a new service request portal for residents to use. You can report a pothole,
The Borough of Wharton now offers the option to pay your property taxes and utility bills online by credit
MORRIS COUNTY MUA ISSUES NEW GUIDELINES ON PLASTIC RECYCLINGOnly Plastic Containers Coded 1,2, and 5
Every year the Water Department publishes a drinking water quality report. This report is designed to
The Wharton Recycling Center has new hours of operation. The center will now be open:Monday 8am-2pmTuesday
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Virtual Tour of Wharton
Learn about the Borough of Wharton's history, quality of life, real estate and relocations and community organizations.
William J. Chegwidden
During these unprecedented and trying times I think it’s important to take a moment to say thank you. Thank you to the President and Vice President for helping to get us the equipment that we need and for their efforts to help. To the state , the Governor, and the County for setting up testing systems and for their efforts to help. The heros in scrubs, doctors, nurses, and other healthcare workers who have been on the front lines taking on a big responsibility every day. Our first responders who are out every day still doing their part to keep everyone safe. All of our essential workers for doing their part to keep everything going as best we can. The health department and our town nurse for everything they have been doing. Our very own DPW and employees for keeping the Borough functioning. The teachers, parents, and students for doing their best to adapt to a new learning situation. Thank you to everyone who has volunteered in some capacity to help their fellow citizens. Thank you to our residents for doing the right thing and staying home. I am hopeful that we are on our way to a return to normalcy.