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  • Apr 3 2020
    Dear Friends, Please take the time tonight before you go to bed to make sure your cars are in a safe place. The National Weather Service issued a Coastal Flood Watch in effect through Saturday morning. The tide is expected to peak before dawn at 5:37 a.m., and the forecast calls for moderate flooding, a level we have not yet seen this year. More information on this event is available at www.ocnj.us/oem. For the health and safety of all and in line with other clos... details
  • Apr 2 2020
    The semi-annual Paper Shredding and Electronic Recycling Day that had been scheduled for 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 2, at the Shelter Road Recycling Center located off of Tennessee Avenue is canceled due to the COVID-19 public health restrictions. The next event is scheduled for Oct. 10, 2020. It is free to residents and property owners in Ocean City. Please bring a driver's license or other proof of residency/home ownership. Paper Shredding: Paper only... details
  • Apr 1 2020
    The City of Ocean City and the County of Cape May are proposing to provide the biking infrastructure to promote increased biking in the city, improving air quality and reducing traffic congestion. This project would coincide with the city's Complete Streets Policy and city-wide bike routes. See documentation for the project below. CMAQ Project: On Street Bike Parking NJ DOT Categorical Exclusion Documentation ... details
  • Mar 31 2020
    Dear Friends, I want to thank local real estate professionals for their cooperation in fighting the spread of coronavirus. Yesterday, I joined the mayors of Cape May County in urging the elimination of all short-term rentals for the duration of the governor s executive orders, and I noted in an update this weekend that local leaders in the real estate industry have agreed to do the same. I want to clarify that most Ocean City real estate professionals will not accept any new re... details
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  • Mar 29 2020
    Dear Friends, First, I want to thank everybody for doing all they can to help stop the spread of coronavirus. I know this disruption to our work and way of life is not easy. I am aware of the concerns about an influx of new visitors to Ocean City during the current public health emergency. Although Ocean City ordinarily welcomes all visitors, at this time we must take all available steps to enforce social distancing recommendations and limit nonessent... details
  • Mar 27 2020
    Dear Friends, The beach and boardwalk are Ocean City's top attractions. They are natural locations for social gathering and that will only get worse as the weather gets warmer. They also draw many people into Ocean City from the towns just across the bridge all the way out into the surrounding states. Two of the most urgent mandates to slow the exponential spread of COVID-19 are to eliminate social gathering and to limit movement from place to pl... details
  • Mar 26 2020
    PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF OCEAN CITY, NJ COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM 2020 PROGRAM YEAR ANNUAL ACTION PLAN The City of Ocean City proposes to initiate planning for the FY 2020 Annual Action Plan. The CDBG Program is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Ocean City s CDBG allocation for Fiscal Year 2020 is estimated to be $287,625. A Public Hearing is being held to receive community input toward the development... details
  • Mar 25 2020
    Based on the latest guidance from public health officials and out of an abundance of caution, the city will close public access to the city buildings to reduce the risk of transmitting coronavirus (COVID-19). Please visit www.ocnj.us to see what services are provided online. Call ahead (609) 399-6111 to make arrangements for any services that cannot be completed online. This is a living document. Please check back for updates. KNIGHT BUILDING People wh... details
  • Mar 24 2020
    The U.S. Census Bureau has begun mailing requests to complete the 2020 questionnaire. Please take the time to do this as soon as possible. A complete count is vital in determining funding and services for all members of our community. At this time, residents can respond online at 2020census.gov or by phone at 844-330-2020. The questionnaire will ask for the 12-digit census ID that was mailed to your Ocean City home. If you are spending the winter in a different location but liv... details
  • Mar 16 2020
    The following is a notice from the Humane Society of Ocean City: ... details