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  • Dec 6 2019
    Dear Friends, The Army Corps of Engineers renourishment project for beaches at the southern end of Ocean City could begin as early as Thursday. The exact schedule is dependent on weather, equipment and other factors, but the contractor reported this week that work in Strathmere is ahead of schedule and could be complete by the end of the weekend. The contractor took advantage of calm seas last week to lay a pipeline from a dredge in Corson s Inlet to the beach betw... details
  • Dec 4 2019
    Seasonal beach tags for summer 2020 are on sale now for a discounted $20. That price remains in effect through May 31, 2020. On June 1, the price increases to $25. Beach tags are required for all beachgoers ages 12 and older and will be in effect from June 6, 2020 through September 7, 2020. Only seasonal beach tags can be purchased at this time. Weekly ($10) and daily ($5) tags will be available for purchase during the season. Seasonal tags can be purchased online ... details
  • Dec 4 2019
    The City of Ocean City will host a FREE rabies Clinic on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Ocean City Fire Department at 550 Asbury Avenue. N.J. State Statute 4:19-15.1 and City Ordinance 87-17 Sec. 11-1 require that any person owning, keeping or harboring a dog of licensing age (7 Months or older) or which possess a set of permanent teeth shall in the month of January and annually thereafter procure from the Municipal Clerk ... details
  • Dec 3 2019
    Ocean City seeks volunteers to fill vacant seats on the the following boards and commissions. Environmental Commission Meetings: 6:30 p.m. on second Tuesday monthly Utility Advisory Commission Meetings: 9 a.m. on third Wednesday every other month Duties Responsibilities can be found on our web site at www.ocnj.us under Government, Boards Commissions or at the City Clerk s office. Complete the online Citizen Leadership Form by clicking here ... details
  • Dec 3 2019
    On the 118th anniversary of the stormy night when the 329-foot sailing ship ran aground in Ocean City, the historic U.S. Life Saving Station 30 will welcome visitors interested in learning more about the wreck of the Sindia and the rescue of her crew. The restored Life Saving Station (at the corner of Fourth Street and Atlantic Avenue in Ocean City) will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 14 and Dec. 15. Special guest speakers will give lectur... details
  • Nov 21 2019
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