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Historic Sites Council Unanimously Approves Cape May Library


CAPE MAY, NJ - On Thursday June 17th, Cape May City, Cape May County, and the County Library achieved the first major milestone in the restoration an…

Cape May’s Independence Day Parade is back!


Come One, Come All and join the City of Cape May as they welcome back their annual Independence Day Parade on Saturday, July 3, 2021 at Noon. Lineup …

Cape May Reminds Everyone to Breathe Easy


The long sought-after sea breezes of Cape May will now be even fresher, thanks to the City’s new move to prohibit smoking in any form in public space…

Cape May Seawall Conceptual Design


For information on the Cape May Seawall Coastal Storm Risk Management Cap Section 103 Feasibility Study CLICK HERE. 

Cape May City Recycling - Memorial Day Weekend


ATTENTION ALL CAPE MAY CITY RESIDENTS: due to the holiday weekend, recycling is scheduled to be picked up on Tuesday, June 1, 2021. The Recycle Drop-…

Cape May City Welcomes All for Memorial Day Weekend


Its almost the “unofficial start of summer” – Memorial Day Weekend! And where better to spend it than Cape May, NJ! After a difficult year, the City …

Cape May Announces New Beach Patrol Administration


Cape May City is pleased to announce the promotion of Sara Werner to Lieutenant of the Cape May Beach Patrol.  Pulling on her 18 years of experience …

Spring Water Main Flushing Schedule May 10th - 26th


CLICK HEREfor the 2021 Spring Water Main Flushing Schedule for May 10th through May 26th.  All water mains serving the City of Cape May will be "flus…

AME Church on Franklin Street Signing - Mayor Zack Mullock - Video


The African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, a staple of the City of Cape May since 1888, officially transferred into the stewardship of the City of…

City Introduces 2021 Municipal Budget with 0% Tax Increase


 This City of Cape May unanimously introduced a $21.7 million budget Tuesday with a zero-tax increase. The 5-0 March 16 vote is, according to Ma…

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