On behalf of the Commissioners and employees of the Borough of Cape May Point, NJ, we would like to welcome you to Cape May Point's official website. This site is for our Cape May Point "family" of property owners and the general public to understand the function of our municipal government, its departments and the services that they offer. While some information on the site is mandated by state statute, most of what you will find is our way of bringing everyone into the world of Cape May Point in order to make their experience here more enjoyable and understandable. We encourage you to use this site on a regular basis so that you are continually informed of what is happening in our local government. Should you have any questions, please direct them to the appropriate Commissioner. You will find links on the Mayor and Commissioners pages where you can click on a link to send an email directly to them.
If you have any trouble with accessing information contained within this website, please contact Elaine Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org or (609) 884-8468 ext. 12.
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.
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.
Every 9 minutes, an underground utility is damaged due to failure to obtain a free mark-out. Failing to call NJ One Call for the proper mark-out ticket puts the health and safety of everyone at risk.