Energy Aggregation Program

Below is an update on the community energy aggregation program. For more information click here.

 

MAEC Resident Notification drop-return to program Wharton - for posting

Social Media and Teen Suicide Awareness Event

The Wharton Police Department and the Wharton Municipal Alliance are hosting an event on social media trends and teen suicide awareness.  We will explain the teen language of emojis, acronyms and terms that teens are using to communicate.  We will discuss the most used social media apps and explain how kids use them and the dangers that some present.  Our featured speaker, Heather DiDomenico, LPC will discuss with parents the warning signs of children in crisis and solutions for prevention.

Social Media and Teen suicide flyer

New Traffic Pattern During School Hours

In an effort to improve the safety in and around the school, the Borough of Wharton has changed the traffic flow and extended parking restrictions in the area. These changes will begin on the first day of school, September 4th. The changes include restrictions on school days only and only during school hours (7:30am and 3:30pm). The changes are as follows:

  • East Central Avenue between Denison Way and Lafayette Street will be one way traveling west.
  • Denison Way between East Central Avenue and Baker Avenue will also be a one way traveling south.
  • The no parking area on the north side of East Central Avenue between the school entrance and the new drop off lane has been extended. This area has been marked in yellow for drop off vehicles only. 

Curbside Leaf Pick Up

Curbside loose leaf pick up begins on 10/22/2018 and ends on 12/14/18. There are no specific dates for pick up. Please do not put grass clippings or sticks and brush in the leaf pile. Keep loose leaves at least 7ft from any storm drain. Please do not put leaves in the road if there is snow in the forecast. Do not put leaves in the crosswalks or block sidewalks. The regular bagged yard waste program also continues on Mondays until 12/10/2018.

Services for Seniors

Wharton has put together a packet of information on some of the services available to Seniors. To view it click here.

For information about Wharton's senior bus program click here.

Borough of Wharton

Wharton is a community of approximately 6,500 residents in the highlands of Morris County. Wharton is located between Routes 15, 46 and 80, stretching south from the main entrance of Picatinny Arsenal, a major army research and development center, to Route 46 abounded on the west by Roxbury Township and the east by Dover and Rockaway Township. The Borough is approximately 2.2 square miles.

Contact Information

10 Robert Street, Wharton,
New Jersey 07885
Phone - (973) 361-8444

Town Hall Office Hours
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Moday thru Friday

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