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  • Oct 29 2020
    City of Ocean City, NJ - Office of Emergency Management Special Weather Statement: 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 29, 2020 The National Weather Service has issued a Coastal Flood Watch in effect for Ocean City through midnight Thursday (Oct. 29, 2020). This notice is likely to be extended through Friday (Oct. 30, 2020). Heavy rainfall, steady onshore winds gusting up to 45 mph, and higher-than-normal full moon tides will cause minor flooding over three tide cy... details
  • Oct 26 2020
    The city is proposing a new public safety building at the site of the current fire headquarters at 550 Asbury Avenue. The building would house police, fire, EMS, emergency dispatch, emergency management and municipal court operations. A 360-degree tour of the concept drawings is available here . Video of a public town hall meeting on Oct. 24, 2020 is available here. A copy of the slide presentation is available here. ... details
  • Oct 23 2020
    Dear Friends, I want to encourage you all to come out on Saturday afternoon to welcome Jared Fenstermacher to Ocean City. This young man s story is remarkable, and I d like to show him our community spirit. Fenstermacher set out from Oregon four years ago on a cross-country bicycle trip to raise money for the For Pete s Sake Cancer Respite Foundation. But that ride ended tragically in Iowa when he was struck by a truck in an accident that left him paralyzed. In a s... details
  • Oct 13 2020
    The Ocean City Skate Park will be host to a Halloween event with prizes for best trick and best costume. The skate will be 4 p.m. to dusk on Saturday, Oct. 31, at the park at Fifth Street and Asbury Avenue. Free candy and music will be available. ... details
  • Oct 9 2020
    Traditional trick-or-treating hours for Ocean City will be 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31. It is important this year for both trick-or-treaters and families putting out treats to plan for a safe and healthy holiday. Free door hangers are now available to identify every home that will put out treats for trick-or-treaters. This system will make it easier for trick-or-treaters to find participating homes, and it will limit interactions with homes not participating. ... details
  • Sep 30 2020
    Mail-in ballots for the Nov. 3 general election have been sent to registered voters in Ocean City. One of the options for returning completed ballots is via a secure drop box located outside the Ninth Street entrance to City Hall (861 Asbury Avenue). This drop box is now installed and accepting ballots. This 7-minute video provides step-by-step instructions and options for returning your ballot. More information on the election is available at capemaycountyvotes.com. ... details