Canal Day

Town Hall in Wharton, NJ

Morris Canal Lock 2 East
Morris Canal

Winter at the Morris Canal Lock 2 East

National Night Out
National Night Out

Members of the Wharton Fire Department at National Night Out 2019

Irondale Mountain
Wharton's

Irondale Mountain

Color Run
Wharton's

2017 Color Run

Library Dedication 2019
Wharton Library

Library Dedication 2019

Canal Lock
Wharton's

Washington Forge Pond

Wharton News

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Upcoming Events
Calendar Electronic Waste Pick Up- Sticker Required
Date July 29 2021
Calendar Tax and Sewer Bills Due
Date August 01 2021
Calendar Yard Waste Pick Up
Date August 02 2021
Calendar Garbage Zone A
Date August 03 2021
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Senior Events
Calendar Shopping
Date July 30 2021 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Calendar Shopping
Date August 02 2021 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Calendar Medicals
Date August 03 2021 9:30 am - 1:15 pm
Calendar Shopping
Date August 04 2021 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

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William J. Chegwidden

Mayor

I am so happy that things are starting to return normal after the difficult year we all experienced. Our community came together and showed our resilience and I want to thank everyone who has helped us reach this point.

It is going to be a great summer in Wharton. Summer Recreation starts on July 7th for more information on that program click here. Summer reading at the Library started on June 23rd for more information on that program click here.

The carnival is scheduled for August 5th-8th and Canal Day and the Fireworks will be returning on August 21st. For more information about Canal Day click here.

Recently there’s been a lot of progress in town. The new Main Street Extension, Chegwidden Way, opened after many years of work, construction has begun on a new development on Main Street, projects throughout town continue to be completed in order to keep our infrastructure strong, and work has begun on updating the municipal parking lots around Town Hall, the Police Department, and the Library. We appreciate everyone’s patience during these improvements to our town.