Ocean City News

  • Mar 20 2018
    City of Ocean City, NJ - Office of Emergency Management Special Weather Statement: 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, 2018 The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Coastal Flood Warning in effect for Ocean City from 8 p.m. Tuesday (March 20) through 5 a.m. Thursday (March 22). A Winter Storm Warning also will be in effect from 6 p.m. Tuesday through 2 a.m. Thursday. A Wind Advisory remains in effect through 6 p.m. Tuesday. A strong coastal storm will affec... details
  • Mar 20 2018
    Dear Friends, It s the first day of spring, and another coastal storm continues to strengthen off the coast. I want everybody to be prepared. The National Weather Service has posted warnings for both tidal flooding and snow accumulation. As with most storms, our primary concern is with flooded streets. We re asking everybody to be prepared to move vehicles to higher ground. The forecast calls for three progressively higher tides falling shortly after 11 p.m. ton... details
  • Mar 16 2018
    Dear Friends, The Ocean City Boardwalk reconstruction project is complete in time for Palm Sunday and Easter Weekend, which mark the start of a full calendar of special events for the year. Schiavone Construction is finishing a punch list of items, and I want to thank their entire team for doing a quality job. From sand to railings, the entire boardwalk between Fifth Street and 12th Street has been rebuilt. I want to thank all of the boardwalk merchants, runners, b... details
  • Mar 14 2018
    Learn about Ocean City's recycling program, what can be recycled and Cape May County's goals for recycling during a free lecture 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 27 at the Ocean City Free Public Library. The event is part of the Environmental Lecture Series sponsored by the Ocean City Environmental Commission in partnership with the library. Lyn Crumbock, recycling coordinator for the Cape May County Municipal Utlities Authority, will be the featured speaker. ... details
  • Feb 8 2018
    Ocean City s Adopt-A-Beach program is seeking new volunteers. Many of our beaches are now open for adoption. The Clean Communities Adopt-A-Beach program asks participants to commit to two beach cleanups each year and to walking the adopted beach whenever possible to pick up litter. The Public Works Department will provide gloves, trash bags, recycling bags and collection of the waste. Your group, company or family name will appear on a sign posted at your designated ... details