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Kayak Storage Available in 2020

The Borough of Stone Harbor will once again offer Kayak storage at the 81st Street Marina location in 2020.   

Stone Harbor Property Owners may apply for a Kayak space starting March 1, 2020 and continuing until March 31, 2020, proof of property ownership is required. Spaces are limited to two (2) per property and will be awarded through a lottery. 

A fee of $100.00 per space has been implemented in 2020 

Kayak Storage Available in 20202019-12-30T16:04:59-05:00

Stone Harbor Beach Tag Fees to Increase January 1, 2020

Effective January 1, 2020 the following beach tags fees will apply:

Pre-Season Tags –  $25.00.

Season Tags (After May 31, 2020) – $30.00.

Weekly Tags – $13.00

Daily Tags – $6.00

Stone Harbor beach tags are reciprocal with Avalon.

All persons 12 and over must display tags the Friday of Memorial weekend to Monday of Labor Day weekend, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Please note: Holiday Beach Tags are accepted throughout the summer season and do not need to be exchanged for seasonal tags.

Stone Harbor Beach Tag Fees to Increase January 1, 20202019-12-31T10:58:12-05:00

A Message from the Stone Harbor Utilities Billing Office

A Message from the Stone Harbor Utilities Billing Department

Due to an error in the computer billing system the 4th quarter water/sewer bills mailed on  November 6th were incorrect.  A revised billing was completed and mailed on November 13th.

If you are unsure of the amount due for the 4th quarter billing please click on the following link to view your water/sewer account.  https://wipp.edmundsassoc.com/Wipp/?wippid=0510

If you still have questions please contact the Borough of Stone Harbor Utilities Billing Department at (609)368-4223

We apologize for any inconvenience.

A Message from the Stone Harbor Utilities Billing Office2019-11-22T13:35:00-05:00

Borough of Stone Harbor Flood Information Newsletter

Borough of Stone HarborCommunity Rating #354323

All properties located within the Borough of Stone Harbor are in a Special Flood Hazard Area between the Atlantic Ocean and the bay  and are subject to serious flooding conditions during major storms.

The Flood Information Newsletter attached contains many topics that suggest possible actions that a homeowner can take to protect themselves, family and property in the event of a Hurricane or Coastal Storm.

In addition,  detailed flood insurance maps, showing the 100 year floodplain, in which we are located, are on file for your inspection at the Borough Construction Office – 9508 Second Avenue, Stone Harbor Municipal Building. The Construction Office is staffed by NJ Licensed professionals that are qualified to provide you with guidance on flood elevation, mitigation and requirements as it relates to your particular flood zone within the Borough.  Please contact their office with any questions (609)368-6814

Please click on the link below to view the Borough of Stone Harbor Flood Information Newsletter.

Borough of Stone Harbor Flood Information Newsletter

Borough of Stone Harbor Flood Information Newsletter2019-11-20T19:53:12-05:00

Changes Effective October 1st, 2019 to Single Stream Recycling Guidelines

Cape May Municipal Authority Logo

 EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2019 –

CHANGES TO CAPE MAY COUNTY’s SINGLE STREAM RECYCLING PROGRAM:

Recycling programs across the country and around the world are are at a crossroad due to contamination and the changing marketplace.  Effective October 1, 2019, shredded paper and bulky mixed rigid plastics (non-bottle items larger than 2 1/2 gallons) will need to be disposed of as trash.

For more information to please click on link www.cmcmua.com

Changes Effective October 1st, 2019 to Single Stream Recycling Guidelines2019-11-20T20:02:49-05:00