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items found in the park may have been turned in at the municipal building
Lost items found at Wantage Township parks can be picked up at Town Hall Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 4:30 in the Administrator's Office. Items found will be retained for 90 days from date loss/or finding.

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Upcoming Events

Maple Sugarin' Open House
March 24 & 25, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Lusscroft Farm

Easter Egg Hunt
March 25, 11 a.m.
Woodbourne Park

Pavilion Dedication
March 25, 11 a.m.
Woodbourne Park

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny
March 25, serving 8 to 11 a.m.
Sussex Firehouse

Poll Workers Training
Download schedule for April training classes

Drills 4 Skills Basketball Clinic
Sundays, April 15 to June 10
For grades 3-9

Vernal Pools Hike
Sunday, April 15, 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Lusscroft Farm

Wantage Day
Saturday, May 19, noon to 4 p.m.
Woodbourne Park
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News & Notices

Wantage Emergency Management

Get the latest emergency news from the Wantage Township Office of Emergency Management by following the organization's Facebook page.

Reminder: 2018 Dog Licenses

Dog licenses renewals were due in January. Late fees of $2 per month are now in effect. Download license form

Winter Parking in Effect

Parking on Township roads is not permitted from November 15 through April 15 due to snow and ice potential. This will ensure the DPW drivers have the ability to clear all roadways in a timely manner and to help maintain the roadways for the safety of all our residents.

Save the Date

Wantage Day will be held on Saturday, May 19. Watch for additional information in the upcoming weeks. Vendors: Download registration form and information.

Dedication of New Pavilion March 25

pavilion Woodbourne Veterans Memorial Park has been enhanced through the vision and generosity of Rob and Denise Lange and the Lange family, with a new pavilion that sits within the rolling hills of the park. A crowning jewel to an already beautiful park, it is now complete and open to the public. The Lange’s vision has inspired neighbors, contractors, and volunteers within the community to help with this project. In partnership with the Mayor, Township Committee, and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee, a plan was developed with the Lange family at the financial helm—from ground breaking through completion. The pavilion dedication will be held on March 25 at 11 a.m. prior to the Easter Egg Hunt. All are invited to tour this stunning new building and enjoy one of the Township’s most popular annual events. Rain date is March 31.

A special thank you to the following companies who worked and donated to help complete this project: Bill Jacobs of Morton Buildings Inc., Harold Pellow of Harold E. Pellow and Associates, Dave and Chris Vander Groef of Wantage Excavating, Gary Sargent of Gary T. Sargent Electrical Contractor, Greg Stevens of Stevens Concrete LLC, Matt Lockburner of Lockburner Construction LLC, Scott Palmenber & Craig Langenbach of High Point Utilities, and the team at Sussex Rural Electric Cooperative Inc.

For information on hosting events at the Wantage Township Pavilion, please contact the Township of Wantage at 973-875-7192. Download pavilion application.

Latest Posts/Updates

Mayor & Committee: 03/22 meeting agenda | bills list
Recreation Commission: 02/28 agenda
Land Use Board: 3/20 agenda
Board of Health: 3/14 agenda
Ordinances: Ordinance 2018-04 | Ordinance 2018-05

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