About Us

CTWWW is a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization committed to improving the community of West Wildwood through decisions that are transparent, ethical and in the best interest of all taxpayers. The organization’s goal is to support local leaders as they govern effectively, ethically and fairly. Working collaboratively will foster a healthy island community.

Mission – Our mission is to enhance the quality of life in our borough through the enforcement of transparent rules and covenants, management of common areas, support of initiatives that strengthen bonds among residents, and investment in capital improvements that benefit the greater good.

VisionWe envision a community of neighbors who:

      • Trust their public leadership
      • Work together towards common goals
      • Support activities that maintain property values
      • Create a desirable place to live
      • Exhibit a pride in being a WWW resident

Values – In fulfilling our mission and achieving our vision we value honesty, equity, fairness, transparency, common sense, participation, cooperation, consistency, and respect in all our actions.

Guidance – The processes that coordinate and maintain control of the CTWWW resources and actions are available upon request.

      • By-laws
      • Code of Ethics
      • Non- discrimination policy

Good Works / Service – Community outreach programs, which support our mission, will be included in efforts to educate, engage and unite the community.

CTWWW Advisory Council

Trish Sinnott – President

Joe Kline – Vice President

Susan Czwalina – Treasurer

Mary Anne Welsh – Asst. Treasurer

Joe Segrest – Secretary

Jim Bannan – Director

Bob Bradley – Director

Nancy Doherty – Director

Paul Matuszak – Director