- Ha! Kathy Orr won’t be outdone by Adam Joseph!
- Who Wants to Be a Lifeguard?
- NWFD Trained in Pet Emergencies
- NWFD Earns Yet Another Honor
- Superstorm Sandy Assistance
- It’s hurricane season. Are you prepared?
- Swimming/Surfing on North Wildwood Beaches
- North Wildwood is Kind of Affordable
- TEST Conservation Period Called for Participating Atlantic City Electric Energy Wise Rewards Customers
- The City of North Wildwood Honors Its Department of Public Works
- North Wildwood Fire Department Scores Grant
- Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
- FEMA INFORMATION
- North Wildwood Partners with Wetlands to Recycle
New WaWa Opens for Business
On Wednesday morning, June 19, the brand new WaWa on the corner of Spruce and Maryland avenues hosted their long-awaited grand opening.
In attendance were: North Wildwood Mayor Bill Henfey, Council President Patrick Rosenello, Council members Peg Bishop and Kelly Tolomeo, along with WaWa executives.
District Manager Michael Dwyer, and Vice President of Store Operations Sal Matterra, presented a $500 donation to North Wildwood VFW Post 5941 and a $2500 donation to The Hereford Inlet Lighthouse.
Edward Kaczmarski, Communications Director for the NJ First Legislative District (Senator Jeff Van Drew and Assemblymen Nelson Albano and Bob Andrzejczak), presented a Proclamation of Congratulations to Michael Dwyer.
Store Manager Hope Harris introduced her staff of managers. And WaWa mascot Wally Goose had a great time meeting everyone who came.
A Message from North Wildwood Mayor Bill Henfey
Welcome, Friends! And thanks for visiting the official website for the City of North Wildwood! You’ll find plenty of useful information here on all facets of life in our City, including local government, contacts for each department, important forms and applications, and helpful tips for living well in our shore community.
There’s also Breaking News all the time. It’s a good idea to visit daily to be informed about City events, as well as milestones and grants we receive to improve our streets and services. Check the Weather Alerts at the upper right of the homepage for essential information about storm warnings and flooding alerts.
North Wildwood’s City administration takes a proactive approach to maintaining the highest level of city services possible. Check “City Upgrades” for the latest news on our major street reconstruction project, which affords us the safest streets and state-of-the-art infrastructure of any shore community.
We continue to maintain our beaches against natural erosion, working aggressively for millions of dollars in additional grant funding. Meanwhile, according to statewide figures, in 2011, North Wildwood showed the lowest average property tax bill of any ocean front town on the Jersey Shore, and the 19th average lowest tax bill in the state. The City has had the lowest average tax bill of any New Jersey shore community since 2006.
We also offer plenty of options for spending your leisure time. Click on the “Tourism/Special Events” tab and you’ll see North Wildwood’s ambitious, fun-filled event schedule for the summer of 2012. It is our privilege to provide you with countless family-oriented activities, free concerts and festivals that not only make North Wildwood a very special place to live, but also an unforgettable vacation experience as well.
Whether you live here year-round, all summer, or on occasional weekends, this is your Web site. I hope you visit often, so you can take advantage of everything North Wildwood offers.
On behalf of the North Wildwood City Council and all City employees who work hard to make our city the best place along the New Jersey shore, we’re glad you’re here!
William Henfey, Patrick T. Rosenello, Ed Koehler, Margaret “Peggy” A. Bishop, Dave Del Conte, James F. Kane, Kellyann Tolomeo, Salvatore T. Zampirri, Sr.