Road Construction at 95th St. and Third Ave. Jan. 16-18

Please be advised that 95th St and Third Ave. will be closed to traffic from

Wed., Jan. 16th through Fri., Jan. 18th due to a Road Construction Project.

The 200 block of 95th St. will be inaccessible to traffic from Third Ave.

Road Construction at 95th St. and Third Ave. Jan. 16-182019-01-15T11:25:40+00:00

Reminder: No Dogs at Stone Harbor Point & Drone Usage

Stone Harbor Point is a Wildlife Conservation Area and there are strict guidelines in place to protect this area.  Please be conscious of the rules and regulations and respect the importance and beauty of of this natural habitat.


Per Ordinance #1316 ~ No dog or other animal shall be permitted to run free in or upon any public property in the Borough of Stone Harbor. No dogs or other domesticated animals shall be permitted, at any time, whether under leash or running free, in the area south of the 127th Street jetty to Hereford Inlet.


Drone Usage within the Borough limits is strictly prohibited and subject to penalty per Borough Ordinance.

Per Ordinance #1534 ~ The operation of unmanned aircraft such as model aircraft and civil unmanned aircraft systems, commonly known as drones, can at times pose a hazard to full-scale aircraft in flight and to persons and property on the ground. Imposing community-based safety requirements on the operation of model aircraft and imposing restrictions on the operation of both model aircraft and civil unmanned aircraft systems consistent with federal aviation rules and state law is necessary to mitigate such risks and to protect the public from the hazards associated with the operation of unmanned aircraft.

Please click on the following link to view all Borough of Stone Harbor Ordinances.

The Borough of Stone Harbor

appreciates your adherence to the

Rules and Regulations Established.


Reminder: No Dogs at Stone Harbor Point & Drone Usage2018-12-31T10:02:36+00:00

Atlantic City Electric Ready to Keep Homes and Businesses Warm and Bright This Winter

Atlantic City Electric Ready to Keep Homes and Businesses Warm and Bright This Winter

Customers encouraged to take essential steps to prepare for whatever winter may bring


MAYS LANDING, N.J. (November 9, 2018) – Atlantic City Electric has taken essential steps to ready the local energy grid and provide customers with safe and reliable electric this winter. The local energy company has completed this work to prepare for colder temperatures and wintry weather – part of the $312 million the company spends each year to modernize the local energy grid, perform maintenance and inspections, and enhance existing infrastructure.


“Each day work is being performed to further enhance reliability for customers and harden our system against severe weather,” said Gary Stockbridge, Atlantic City Electric region president. “Our preparation efforts are central to being ready to respond safely and quickly when customers need us this winter. It’s this seasonal preparation, as well as year-round investments in the reliability and resiliency of our system, that have helped us deliver the most reliable service in the company’s history in recent years.”


On the local electric grid, preparation includes inspecting and upgrading equipment; trimming trees, which cause about 40 percent of power outages; building new underground equipment; and installing stronger, tree-resistant aerial cable. Atlantic City Electric also continues to install smart technology that can automatically identify the location of damage, restore service more quickly, or isolate damage. Ongoing investments in the local energy grid have resulted in a 40 percent decrease in the frequency of outages for customers over the last five years.


Just as Atlantic City Electric prepares, customers should also prepare.

  • Assemble an emergency storm kit. Include battery-powered radio or TV, flashlight, a first-aid kit, battery-powered or windup clock, extra batteries, special needs items, medications, multi-purpose tool, cell phones with chargers, and list of important and emergency phone numbers.
  • Apply insulation, caulking, and weather stripping around your home to keep out the cold.
  • Have a supply of bottled water and easy-to-prepare, non-perishable foods available.
  • Keep a flashlight with fresh batteries on each floor of your home.
  • Identify an alternate location for you and/or your family in case of extended outage.
  • Review the manufacturer’s instructions for safe operations of your generator. Do not connect a generator directly to your home’s wiring. Never use a generator indoors or any enclosed area.
  • Download Atlantic City Electric’s app at to keep informed during a storm.


Atlantic City Electric’s preparation efforts also include conducting emergency response drills, testing computer and emergency systems, reviewing emergency processes and procedures, and coordinating closely with government and community partners. The company also participates in collaborative emergency response exercises with its Exelon sister companies – BGE, ComEd, Delmarva Power, PECO and Pepco – to ensure each can provide seamless support during a storm. During the series of nor’easters last March, this coordination allowed crews from ComEd to quickly respond and support power restoration efforts in the hardest hit parts of the East Coast.


Being prepared is a responsibility everyone should take seriously. If a severe storm hits, monitor local weather reports regularly and follow the advice of local emergency management officials. Immediately report a downed wire or service issue by calling 1-800-833-7476​, visiting, or through the company’s mobile app.


More tips, resources and safety information are available at


To learn more about Atlantic City Electric, visit The Source, Atlantic City Electric’s online news room. Find additional information about Atlantic City Electric by visiting Follow the company on Facebook at and on Twitter at Atlantic City Electric’s mobile app is available at


Atlantic City Electric Ready to Keep Homes and Businesses Warm and Bright This Winter2018-12-19T14:10:53+00:00

Borough of Stone Harbor ~ Progress Report on Hazard Mitigation Initiatives

Borough of Stone Harbor ~ Progress Report on Hazard Mitigation Initiatives

Please click on the link below to view the detailed progress report on Hazard Mitigation Initiatives that the Borough of Stone Harbor has chosen to pursue in the future to reduce the effects of hazards. Some of these initiatives may be previous actions carried forward for this plan update. These initiatives are dependent upon available funding (grants and local match availability) and may be modified or omitted at any time based on the occurrence of new hazard events and changes in municipal priorities. Both the four FEMA mitigation action categories and the six CRS mitigation action categories are listed in the table below to further demonstrate the wide-range of activities and mitigation measures selected.

Table A summarizes the comprehensive-range of specific mitigation initiatives.

Table B provides a summary of each action and the progress of all proposed mitigation initiatives for the Plan update.

Progress Report of Hazard Mitigation Initiatives

Borough of Stone Harbor ~ Progress Report on Hazard Mitigation Initiatives2018-10-15T15:31:34+00:00

NJDOT to Complete Mandated Safety Tests on Bridges

On Tuesday, October 9th and Wednesday, October 10th Cape May County Engineering consultants will be performing NJDOT mandated safety tests on the 96th Street Bridge (CR 657) and the Ocean Drive Bridge (CR 619).

These tests will require complete closure of the bridge to all vehicles and marine traffic for 15 minute intervals over a four (4) hour period from 9am to 1pm.

The specific test dates are as follows:

Tuesday, October 9th ~ Ocean Drive Bridge (aka “Free Bridge”)

Wednesday, October 10th ~ 96th Street Bridge

In addition, inspectors will also be at these locations on October 11th and October 12th performing other testing which may require brief bridge openings.


NJDOT to Complete Mandated Safety Tests on Bridges2018-10-01T11:30:46+00:00

Stone Harbor Launches Participation in the “Recycle Coach” APP

Stone Harbor Launches Participation in the “Recycle Coach” APP

Not sure what can be recycled?  When your trash and recycling days are?  Bulk Trash Pick-up day?

The Borough of Stone Harbor Public Works Department has launched “Recycle Coach”, a free app designed to help make recycling and solid waste information more accessible to Borough residents and visitors and engage the public in the principles of “Reduce, Re-use and Recycle.”

Recycle Coach provides accurate, up-to-date information on Stone Harbor recycling schedules in a handy, user-friendly mobile format.

By simply typing in an item such as “batteries” the APP can provide your with information on how to properly dispose.

View the Details of this innovative project on the Borough website:

Borough of Stone Harbor Department of Public Works

Check out the new Recycle Coach for detailed  recycling information and a downloadable APP!

Stone Harbor Launches Participation in the “Recycle Coach” APP2018-09-24T11:17:17+00:00

Portuguese Man O’War Sightings Along New Jersey Coast

Portuguese Man O’War Sightings Along New Jersey Coast

Please be alert when walking on our beautiful beaches and swimming in the ocean.

There have been sightings of Portoguese Man O’War along the New Jersey Coastline and beachgoers are advised to know what the species looks like and use caution when one is encountered.

The Portuguese man o’ war is not a jellyfish.

Amazingly, although it looks like a single animal, the Portuguese man o’ war is actually a colony of animals. The colony comprises several different types of genetically identical animals called zooids.

The Portuguese man o’ war is unable to physically propel itself through the water. Instead, the colony is moved around by winds, ocean currents and tides.

The Portuguese man o’ war’s venom is potent, and contact with its tentacles can cause severe pain and whip-like injuries. However the sting is rarely life-threatening.

If a Portuguese Man O’ War is encountered do not touch them as their sting remains potent even in dead colonies and detached tentacles. Be careful if you see one that has been washed up onto the beach!

Portuguese Man O’War Sightings Along New Jersey Coast2018-09-21T10:29:30+00:00