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Stone Harbor Police Department Communications Center transitions to Cape May County Center

The Stone Harbor Police Department has transitioned our Communications Center from the Avalon Police Department to the Cape May County Communications Center. While the location of the dispatchers who receive telephone calls from the public and dispatch officers has changed, the manner in which residents and visitors of Stone Harbor contact the police has remained the same.

  • For emergencies, dial 911.
  • For non-emergent police services, dial 609-368-2111.
  • For records requests and other administrative functions, contact the Police Administration at 609-368-1455.

The police department lobby is accessible 24 hours a day. Walk-ins may speak to the Police Clerk during regular business hours, or contact the Cape May County Communications Center to request an officer by utilizing the police department lobby phone.

The Stone Harbor Police Department would like to express our sincere thanks to the Avalon Police Department which has dispatched for our Department since 2014.

We look forward to working with the Cape May County Communications Center as we continue to provide the best possible police services to the citizens and guests of the Borough of Stone Harbor.

Stone Harbor Police Department Communications Center transitions to Cape May County Center2019-12-18T13:31:25-05:00

Congressman Van Drew Joins Local Officials on Victory Regarding Beach Nourishment

New Jersey Congressman Jeff Van Drew held a press conference on Friday, November 8th at North Wildwood’s 7th Street beach to discuss a ruling by Department of Interior Secretary David Bernhardt regarding the availability of sand from Hereford Inlet for non-emergency federal beach stabilization projects.  Congressman Van Drew asked Secretary Bernhardt for a meeting involving officials from Avalon, Stone Harbor, and North Wildwood who were all impacted by a decision by Fish and Wildlife’s interpretation of a federal statue for which the Secretary disagreed, and supported all three coastal communities.  Congressman Van Drew, Avalon Mayor Martin Pagliughi, Stone Harbor Mayor Judy Davies-Dunhour, and North Wildwood Mayor Patrick Rosenello all spoke at length about erroneous interpretation by Fish and Wildwood and how that interpretation put lives, property, and environmental assets in Stone Harbor and North Wildwood at risk.

The video of the entire press conference can be viewed below

Congressman Van Drew Joins Local Officials on Victory Regarding Beach Nourishment2019-11-20T19:48:00-05:00

Coastal Flood Warning In Effect Until 2:00 am Saturday, October 12th

The National Weather Service has continued the Coastal Flood Warning for our area through 2:00 AM, Saturday, October 12th. Moderate coastal flooding is anticipated at time of both high tides on Friday, and minor coastal flooding is anticipated for the high tide event on Saturday morning. For more information please click on the following link.

https://www.weather.gov/media/phi/current_briefing.pdf

Coastal Flood Warning In Effect Until 2:00 am Saturday, October 12th2019-10-23T09:36:35-04:00