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  pdf Click here for Notice of Special Meeting for Safe Routes to School on December 15, 2021 at 6:00pm &   pdf Click Here for plans for the project.

  pdf Click here pdf  for UPDATED 10-29-2021 Notice to Residents regarding construction of Third Avenue (between Atlantic Avenue and Columbia Avenue)

  pdf Click here for UPDATED 1-18-2022 Notice to Residents regarding energy system upgrade project

Atlantic City Electric Notice of Road Closure(s): 
Matrix has caisson installs scheduled beginning on Tuesday, January 4th weekly through Friday, January 28th.  With this work we will need to close Elmira Street between Venice Ave in Cape May to Park Blvd in West Cape May.  This schedule could change due to weather conditions and will update you if any changes occur with the schedule.

The schedule of work is as follows:

  • Jan 4 – 8             (Tues to Sat)
  • Jan 10 – 14        (Mon to Fri)
  • Jan 17 – 21        (Mon to Fri)
  • Jan 24 – 28        (Mon to Fri)


Energy Drilling Services has caisson installs tentatively scheduled beginning Saturday, January 8, 2022 through Saturday, January 16, 2022.  Therefore,  Leaming Avenue, from Venice Avenue in Cape May to Park Boulevard in West Cape may will be closed to all vehicular, pedestrian, and bicycle traffic between the hours of 8:00am and 5:00pm every day except Sundays, beginning Saturday, January 8, 2022 through Saturday January 16, 2022

  • Depending on progress, the work may extend beyond 5:00pm.
  • This tentative schedule is subject to change due to weather and/or unforeseen construction issues.
  • The roadway will be reopened at the end of each construction day.
  • The closure is necessary for safety of the public and the contractors.
  • The contractor will have daily contact with the City of Cape May Police Department, who will coordinate with the related emergency services to ensure proper response routes and times.

NOTICE to Residents Regarding Atlantic City Electric Reliability Project:
  pdf Click here for Post Card Notice           pdf Click here for FAQ Sheet 1           pdf Click here for FAQ Sheet 2

  pdf CLICK HERE for County Commissioners Covid-19 Housing and Small Business Assistance Programs 

pdf CMC Health Department Brochure - COVID-19

  pdf Press Release from CMC Health Department regarding Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing (revised April 15, 2020)

Did you know that the West Cape May Community Christmas Parade is funded solely by fundraisers and donations? Taxpayer dollars are not used for this event! To make a donation towards the West Cape May Community Christmas Parade, you may Click Here to be redirected to PayPal or you may mail your donation to: West Cape May Community Christmas Parade, 732 Broadway, West Cape May, New Jersey 08204.
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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.
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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.
West Cape May Looking for Interested Homeowners
For more information, contact Lauren Vitelli at (609) 884-1005 ext 107

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