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North end beaches to be nourished to complete historic beach fill project

(Stone Harbor, NJ)—Stone Harbor’s spring beach fill project will enter its final stages during the evening hours of Thursday, May 18th.  Mayor Judy Davies-Dunhour and other Borough officials attended […]

Stone Harbor Beach Tag Pick-up/Purchase Update



Borough Hall will be closed Friday, May 19th, 2017 between the hours of 11:30am – 1:30pm so that all employees can attend a luncheon recognizing their dedication and years of service to the Borough of Stone Harbor.

Anyone wishing to purchase 2017 Seasonal Beach tags during those hours […]

County Announces Plan to Help Decrease the Number of Rabies Cases

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COURT HOUSE – In response to an increase in animal rabies cases, Freeholder Jeffery Pierson announced that the Departments of Health and Mosquito Control will be working together to distribute 31,320 vaccine-laden baits throughout the mainland communities of Cape May County. The majority of […]

Avalon/Stone Harbor Beach Fill Update May 11th, 2017

Avalon/Stone Harbor Beach Fill Update May 11th, 2017

Stone Harbor Representatives attended the Weekly progress meeting with state and federal officials, and Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company on May 11th. There has been significant progress with the beach fill, with the construction zone […]

Stone Harbor Revaluation Update

Borough of Stone Harbor Revaluation Update

Vital Communications is pleased to report the progress to date of the revaluation for the Borough of Stone Harbor.

To date, Vital has completed initial fieldwork for inspections on 91 Class 1 (vacant) properties, 2,360 Class 2 (residential) properties, 25 Class […]

Road Closure May 15th -17th

To ensure public safety during the demolition of the “Henny’s” Building located at 9622-28 Third Avenue please note the following road closure and parking restrictions that will be in effect on May 15th, 16th & 17th:

Third Avenue between 96th Street and 97th Street will be closed to […]