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Cape May County is conducting a broadband assessment and feasibility study.  They would like input from property owners on their local broadband service to assist them in their efforts to obtain grants and other support to improve broadband in our community.

Here is the link to the County's website to access the survey and speed test. 

https://capemaycountynj.gov/1589/Broadband-Assessment-Survey

Community input is the most important step of the process. The more data received, the better the areas of improvement can be identified.   The survey and speed test are short and sweet. All answers are confidential, no individual data will be shared.  All data prepared for the County will be anonymized and summarized, no detail can be tied back to any individual. 

Due to the delta variant and present surge in COVID cases in Cape May County, Board of Commissioner meetings are returning to full virtual format until further notice.  The Zoom link and information will be posted on each meeting agenda, which will be posted on our Agendas and Minutes page.

The Borough and Jersey Cape Diagnostic, Training, and Opportunity Center, Inc. have teamed up to sell Cape May Point beach tags online at preseason rates!

Beach tags will continue to be available at Borough Hall, as in the past, for those of you who prefer that method.

CMP beach tags rectangular ad

 

Click here for information about the Yale Avenue Water System project. 

COVID-19 vaccines are on the way to hospitals and clinics across New Jersey.  You can reserve your spot to get a vaccine by pre-registering on New Jersey's official site.  Information is also availalbe on the Cape May County Health Department's website.

The U.S. Small Business Administration has announced Economic Injury Disaster Loans are available for working capital to help small businesses, small agricultrual cooperatives, small businesses engaged in aquaculture, and most private, non-profit organizations of all sizes meet their ordinary and necessary financial obligations that cannot be met as  direct result of the disaster.  These loans are inteded to assist through the disaster recovery period.  Click here for more details.

Borough Hall has reopened to the public with limited access.  All visitors must wear a mask and check in at the front desk.  If business can't be completed at the front desk, visitors will be seated in the conference room and staff will assist them there.  This action is designed to allow us to continue to provide quality municipal services while protecting the health and welfare of the public and our employees.  We still encourage anyone with Borough business to please try to conduct that business via telephone or email. Visit our contact page to see a list of phone numbers or look at the specific Department pages to find email links.  

All forms, applications (with the exception of marriage license applications), and payments can be made via regular mail or dropped through the mail slot in the Borough Hall vestibule.

Borough meetings will be held via Zoom until further notice.  Links and login information can be found on the agendas.

We appreciate your patience and consideration during these difficult times.

For the most current information visit the NJ Department of Health, CDC, or Homeland Security.

The Cape May Point Water Utility has released the Annual Drinking Water Report results from the year 2019.  This report is alternately known as the Consumer Confidence Report.

In response to the COVID-19, Comcast is offering free wifi access to everyone.  They are also offering 60-days of free Internet Essentials to qualifying households.  pdf See letter for more details .

In November, Comcast expanded its eligibility requirements for access to Internet Essentials(sm). pdf See Letter .

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