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*Visitors and homeowners are no longer required to self-quarantine, but must follow social distancing precautions when in public areas.

*Beaches will reopen for sitting and sunbathing at 6:00 a.m. on Friday, May 22nd.  Swimming is still prohibited until June 20th.

*Beach tags will be available for pick up at a temporary booth behind Borough Hall Friday-Monday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.  beginning May 22nd.

*As of May 14th, the beaches are partially reopened for passive recreation only.  See homepage for more details

*Cape May County Health Department creates new COVID-19 dashboard with county statistics.

*The deadline to purchase seasonal beach tags at a pre-season discount has been extended through Friday, June 19, 2020.

*As of May 11th, long-term rentals of more than 30-days will be permitted.

*As of May 8th, consistent with Executive Order 138 of Governor Murply, the ban on rentals has been extended through Friday, June 5th.  You can read more on our homepage.

*As of May 2nd, Pavilion Circle has reopened for passive recreation only.  No games, sports, running, etc.  The beaches remain closed at this time.

*As of 8:00 pm on April 6, 2020, the Borough Prohibited ALL rentals via Executive Order.

*The Municipal Trash and Recycling Yard will remain closed until further notice.

*As of March 30th, the Cape May Point beaches and Pavilion Circle have been closed to the public until further notice.  You can read more on our homepage.

*The New Jersey Department of Health has provided a FAQ sheet as of March 27, 2020.

*As of March 26th, to combat the rapid spread of COVID-19 and protect the vulnerable population of Cape May Point, we respectively request that anyone coming to the Borough after traveling from outside the immediate area to voluntarily isolate or quarantine themselves upon arrival. We request that the persons isolate or quarantine themselves for a period of 14 days from the time of entry into Cape May Point or the duration of their stay, whichever is shorter. Thank you.

*Beginning March 18th, NJ211 has been activated to assist with handling COVID-19 calls from NJ residents.  Residents can also text NJCOVID to 898-211 to receive text information and to stay informed.  To receive live text assistance, residents can text their zip code to 898-211.*

In light of the CDC and NJ Department of Health recommendations to more tightly restrict public interaction, Cape May Point has released a pdf Public Service Announcement and taken action as follows:   

Borough Hall will be staffed as usual.  However, the buildings will be closed to the public.  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 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.  If you have a very pressing issue that requires a face-to-face meeting, please call to schedule an appointment. 

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 limited as much as possible.  Those that are not cancelled will be held electronically until further notice.

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.

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