Property Tax bills are in the process of being mailed.  They should be received no later than approximately July 29th.  The extension date for payment is August 31st 2016.  Payments received after August 31st will have interest back to August 1st.

Bills are mailed once a year.  The bill is for the 2016 3rd and 4th Quarters and 2017 1st and 2nd Quarters.


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Assessor’s Office will be closed Monday evening, July 25th.  Office hours will resume for Assessor on Wednesday evening July 27th from 5-8.

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National Night Out

National Night Out
August 2nd  //  6:00 p.m. – 8 p.m.   //   Recreational Fields

This event is designed to heighten Crime and Drug Prevention Awareness; generate support for, and participation in, local anti-crime efforts; strengthen community spirit and police-community partnerships; and send a message to criminals that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.

We are respectfully requesting any donation or sponsorship that you may be able to provide.  We are very grateful for your support this event.

Concert in the park featuring Motts Creek Picker
Free hotdogs / drinks
Police and K-9 demonstration
Bounce Houses
Face Painter
Helicopters / Police Cars
Bomb Squad
Swat Team
Egg Harbor Township Pal League / Go-Cart Rides for ages 4 and up
Chinese Auction and more
RC Racing Cars
Bass Pro Shop with Fishing Pro staff – John Hagaman

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Atlantic City Electric is Prepared for Extended Heat Wave

Temperatures above 90 degrees expected to continue several more days

 MAYS LANDING, N.J. (July 22, 2016) – Due to high temperatures forecasted through early next week, Atlantic City Electric (ACE) is sharing with its customers tips on keeping cool and ways to decrease energy usage.

ACE has all of its resources available to respond in coordination with emergency management partners if any outages occur during this heat wave. In addition to internal linemen, the company has contractors already working on the system and tree trimming personnel ready to respond, if needed. In preparation, crews have confirmed that additional poles, transformers, and cable are fully stocked and ready to deploy.

Here are a few ways in which all customers can make a difference and save energy:

  • Turn off or unplug all unnecessary lighting, devices and appliances.
  • When the AC is on, keep all outside doors and windows closed. Closing shades, blinds and curtains can also help keep unwanted heat from entering your home.
  • Turn on ceiling fans to evenly distribute cool air throughout your home.
  • It is important not to have lamps, televisions or other heat sources close to the air conditioner thermostat – heat from these sources may cause the air conditioner unit to run longer than it should.
  • Ensure that ducts and fans are not blocked by furniture. This will enable cool air to circulate freely, making your home more comfortable.

Atlantic City Electric customers can find home energy saving tips and information on reducing their bills at

Customers are asked to please report any outages and to stay away from any downed wires. To report outages and/or downed wires, please call 1-800-833-7476, follow the prompts, and please ask for a call back to confirm that power has been restored. Outages also may be reported through or through the company’s mobile app. Customers can find tips on preparing for a storm and learn how to receive outage alerts on our website,

Find additional information on ways to save energy and money by visiting Follow us on Facebook at and on Twitter at

Our mobile app is available at


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Museum hours are every Wednesday 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.  For more information contact (609) 561-4034.


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