Cape May County Freeholders held an emergency meeting on Sunday and passed a resolution that declared a public health emergency in our county. The resolution authorizes preventive measures to be implemented. All schools in the County are closed as of Tuesday.
Bergen County has reported more cases of coronavirus. NJ.com reports that the Bergen County report Monday morning pushes the total confirmed cases to 112 in New Jersey. 17 communities in Bergen County have reported cases of coronavirus.
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission has closed all of its offices and inspection stations for two weeks, effective immediately. All drivers licenses, non driver identifications, vehicle registrations, and inspection stickers expiring before May 31st have now been extended by two months.
Sea Isle City has decided to close its Community Lodge and the former public school/recreation building due to coronavirus. The Mayor will be holding a meeting with the business community Monday afternoon to discuss the current coronavirus climate.
Middle Township is closing its Town Hall, Construction and Zoning Offices, and Public Works buildings to the public. The Township will fully staff the buildings, and is asking members of the public to conduct business via telephone or email; or, you will have to schedule an appointment for a meeting.
Morey’s Piers is delaying its spring opening until Mother’s Day weekend. The Morey Organization announced on its website Sunday that the opening of the piers will be delayed due to the national response to the coronavirus. New safety and sanitation standards are being set in the workforce.
Ocean City has closed some buildings and cancelled events due to coronavirus. The Ocean City Community Center, Free Library, Aquatic and Fitness Center, Arts Center, Historical Museum, and Senior Center are all closed. All special events in Ocean City through the end of April are also cancelled.
Avalon Mayor Marty Pagliughi says his community has taken necessary steps to prevent coronavirus. Both the recreation center and senior center have been closed until April 10th, and various group activities have also been cancelled. The Avalon Home and Land Owners Association has cancelled its popular Community Connections event in April; it will not be…
There is a no visitor policy now in effect at the Cape Regional Health System. The System announced over the weekend that policy is in effect immediately, and will continue until further notice. Various community health groups that meet at the hospital for their functions have had their events cancelled at the facility until further…
Public schools in Cape May County are all closed from Tuesday, March 17th through March 30th. Local school districts are starting to issue this news on their websites and social media pages, including Middle Township, which states that essential personnel will be working in the schools through the closing. Lower Cape May Regional posted that…