Patrick T. Rosenello
North Wildwood, NJ
Mayor Patrick T. Rosenello moved to North Wildwood from Levittown, PA as a young boy with his family in 1977. He is the son of Mary & the late Joseph Rosenello, and the 2nd youngest of nine children. He has been married to his wife Michelle since 2002. They are proud parents of three boys. Mayor Patrick Rosenello graduated from St. Ann’s Grade School and Wildwood Catholic High School. In 1995 he graduated from the Catholic University of America. After graduating from Catholic University, Rosenello was a Legislative Aide to Congresswoman Sue Kelly and Communications Director for Senator Nick Asselta. Patrick Rosenello served on the North Wildwood School Board before being elected to North Wildwood City Council in 2004, where he served 10 years on Council, 9 of which as Council President. Mayor Patrick Rosenello was sworn in as Mayor of North Wildwood on January 7th, 2014. Under his leadership, Rosenello has fought to grow the City’s economy; improve infrastructure, parks and grounds through various enhancement projects, and move the City towards a brighter future. Since his Administration, Rosenello has overseen numerous beautification and infrastructure projects throughout the City, and with the help of North Wildwood City Council & Administration, will continue to complete future projects to improve the quality of life for the residents of North Wildwood. Patrick Rosenello has dedicated his life to making North Wildwood a better place to live, work, vacation and raise a family. Mayor Patrick Rosenello is the 17th Mayor of the City of North Wildwood, NJ; he is the owner of a private business management company, part owner of Captn Jacks Island Grill and Stewarts Root Beer Restaurant, and Chairman of the Cape May County Bridge Commission.