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
Sewer bills for 2023 have been mailed. If you do not receive yours by 1/27, please check with your mail
Mayor Chegwidden's January Newsletter
On July 22, 2021, the Governor signed legislation into law for mandatory lead service line replacement,
Please remember that there is no parking on the streets when they are snow covered. During inclement
There's a series of misprints in January 2023 of the printed town calendar.Recycling pick up in January
PUBLIC WORKS LABORER – The Borough of Wharton in Morris County is seeking a highly motivated, responsible,
The 2023 Town Calendars have been mailed. They are supposed to be delivered to every postal customer
Pet Licenses for 2023 are now available. License renewals must be completed before January 31st to avoid
Energy Aggregation Program Update
Get alerted about emergencies and other important community news by signing up for our Emergency Alert Program.
Virtual Tour of Wharton
Learn about the Borough of Wharton's history, quality of life, real estate and relocations and community organizations.
Wharton 1620 AM Radio
Radio information about the Borough of Wharton throughout the year and important up-to-date local emergencies.
William J. Chegwidden
As 2022 comes to a close, I would like to wish all of our residents a happy and healthy holiday season. Wharton is made great by its people, and I would like to thank all of our hard-working volunteers, employees, and residents for their contributions in making Wharton a great place to live, work, and visit. Wharton has had a great 2022 and we are looking forward to another excellent year in 2023.