North Wildwood has partnered with a private company to provide the ability to pay for parking via a smart phone. The new service is in place at over 1,200 single and multi vehicle parking spaces throughout the city. Mayor Patrick Rosenello says the new mobile app will help residents locate, and pay, for parking.
North Wildwood’s city council meets Tuesday afternoon and is expected to introduce ordinances dealing with construction sites, and no smoking areas. Council may also award a contract for a beach concession for iced coffee sales. Tuesday’s meeting starts at 5:00pm.
A brand new mural honoring veterans now adorns the Greater Wildwood Elks Lodge. The mural was dedicated on June 6th, facing New Jersey Avenue. The mural was created by local artist Mike Gallo. The Lodge was issued its charter 56 years ago and has over 5,000 members.
Some no parking restrictions are in place tonight and tomorrow in North Wildwood. On Friday, there is no parking starting at 8pm along Olde New Jersey Avenue from First Avenue to Spruce Avenue. Another restriction goes into effect in that area Saturday, starting at 1pm. It’s all part of Mummers’ Weekend.
Mummers struts and sounds are coming to North Wildwood this weekend. The city will be hosting its mummers brigades and string band performances in the city on Friday night and Saturday. A parade on Saturday will be part of the event.
North Wildwood officials have sent out a clarifying statement regarding the presence of so-called clinging jellyfish that were found in a saltwater tidal pond. The city says the pond is never open for swimming because it is in an environmentally-sensitive area. Mayor Patrick Rosenello says the jellyfish are not found on any designated bathing beaches.
The public is advised to stay away from a salt pond on the North Wildwood beach that contain the toxic clinging jellyfish. The pond is located near the Hereford Inlet Lighthouse at 1st Avenue. The jellyfish are difficult to spot in the water and a stink can provide severe pain.
Authorities have release a composite sketch of a man wanted in connection with a sexual assault on Anglesea Drive in North Wildwood one week ago. Police say the suspect is a white male, about 5’10” tall, in his 50s, with short brown hair and clean shaven. If you have any details about the crime, you…
Former North Wildwood city councilman Bill Turbett has died at the age of 81. Turbett passed away on May 8th; a celebration of his life will be held at the Anglesea Volunteer Fire Company on June 29th.
Authorities are seeking information on the suspect involved in the sexual assault of a woman on Anglesea Drive in North Wildwood Tuesday evening. A male approached a woman in the 500 block of Anglesea Drive, and fled the area. The man is described to be in his 50s with short brown hair and clean shaven.