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
UTILITY COLLECTOR – FULL-TIME - WHARTON BOROUGH, Morris County. Wharton Borough is seeking a full
Wharton Pride Clean Community Day is Saturday, June 4th. Volunteers are needed to help with the
The Mt. Olive Health Department is having a variety of Covid-19 Vaccine clinics over April, May, and
We are happy to announce the 2022 Summer Concert Series! Our second concert is on 5/27 at Betty Poyer
Yard Waste pick up begins on Monday, April 4th and runs every Monday, except holidays, until December
On July 22, 2021, the Governor signed legislation into law for mandatory lead service line replacement,
Due to Memorial Day, there are changes to pick ups the week of 5/30.There is no yard waste and no recycling
PUBLIC WORKS LABORER – The Borough of Wharton in Morris County is seeking a highly motivated, responsible,
Wharton Borough has a new service request portal for residents to use. You can report a pothole, inform
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.
William J. Chegwidden
Although the weather isn’t always agreeable, spring is on its way and with it comes a lot of fun and exciting activities around the Borough. In April, baseball and soccer have their opening day ceremonies planned as well as the Fire Department’s annual Easter Egg Hunt. April also brings the first concert of our summer concert series, which is Winslow, an Eagles cover band, on April 22nd. For more information about the summer concert series click here. May brings the annual Memorial Day Parade as well as another concert by Xtreme Queen, a Queen cover band, on May 27th.
Spring cleaning brings with it the return of yard waste pick up starting in April on every Monday, except for holidays. For more information about yard waste pick up click here. Starting on May 4th a new State law takes effect that bans the use of single-use carryout bags. For more information on this click here.
We are also hard at work planning our summer in Wharton. Plans for the summer recreation program are underway, with sign up information planned on being released in mid-May. Plans for Canal Day and other fun events are underway as well. Check back here, on our social media accounts, or in the Mayor’s newsletter for information about summer events as the summer gets closer.