Click Here for Information regarding the State of New Jersey's ANCHOR program providing property tax relief.

NOTICE to residents of Project for McCullough Alley Drainange Improvments:  Project is substantially complete - final surface course to be completed. 

NOTICE to residents of Project for Second Avenue between Pacific and Broadway:  
Please NO parking on the street - first block of 2nd Ave - on Wednesday, April 19, 2023, ONE DAY ONLY for final surface paving.  

Mosquitos bugging you?   
pdf Click Here pdf  for some ways to find and eliminate all the places that can be producing mosquitos around your home! 
If you need to report a problem please contact the Cape May County Department of Mosquito Control at (609)465-9038.

  pdf Click here for more information on Municipal Occupancy Tax
For customers who rely on electricity to power life-support equipment in their homes, the Emergency Medical Equipment Notification Program provides advance notice of scheduled outage and severe weather alerts. The best way to stay safe is by planning for emergencies in advance, so please review and share the brochure in the attachment below for information and tips to help you and your community prepare.
Click Here for additional information.
Atlantic City Electric has made reporting streetlight outages even easier. The stretlight outage map is now powered by Google. The map features an improved interface that works on all devices. After reporting a streetlight problem, a tracking number is provided for status updates. In most cases, repairs occur within 5 days. You may access the map at: or on the Atlantic City Electric mobile app.
Reminding contractors and residents of safe digging practices and damage prevention public awareness.  South Jersey Gas asks that contractors and constituents Call 811 before performing any digging projects, commercial or residential.

South Jersey Gas reported that every nine minutes, an underground utility is damaged due to failure to obtain a free mark-out.  In 2020, approximately 40% of their total facility damages were directly related to homeowners and small contractors doing excavations without the required mark-out.  Failing to call NJ One Call for the proper mark-out ticket puts the health and safety of everyone at risk. 

Please follow this link for information about proposed FEMA flood maps.
Housing Rehab Grant Funds:
West Cape May Looking for Interested Homeowners
For more information, contact Lauren Vitelli at (609) 884-1005 ext 107
West Cape May Affordable Housing:

The Cape May Police Department has linked up with the Nixle message delivery service. Residents can now connect with the police department using this service. Stay instantly informed of trusted, neighborhood-level public safety and community information.

Please use the links below to sign up for free alerts from the Cape May Police Department for the City of Cape May, Cape May Point and West Cape May Boroughs. You choose the information you want, for the addresses you want, all delivered at no cost, by text message, email and web.

To Sign Up for Call and Text Alerts:
To Sign Up for Text Only/SMS Alerts: Text CAPEMAYPD to 888777
To Sign Up for APP Alerts: Download Everbridge, Enter Keyword 08204, Subscribe to City of Cape May Police Department

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Please call Cape May Police Department at (609) 884-9514 with any questions or assistance signing up for Nixle.


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