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Public Notice:

PLEASE READ –

City of Brigantine Offices are open to the public
Hours are Monday – Friday, 8:30 – 4:30

-Masks are required to enter the building.

-Please be considerate of others in the hall and allow for social distancing.

Public Notice:

City Council will resume in person meetings
As of April 7, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.

The meeting can be streamed live here: Council Live, or tune in on local channel 97.

All in attendance must wear masks.  All CDC/social distancing guidelines will be followed.

2021 Municipal Budget Information

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COVID-19 Information

Sign Up For CODE RED Emergency Alerts

NJ Poison Control Center Coronavirus Hotline

Flood Hazard Information:

Hazard Mitigation Plan – 2020 Evaluation Report

Program for Public Information Review 2020

City of Brigantine Floodplain Management Plan

Federal Emergency Management Agency: Proposed Building Elevation Notice

South Jersey Gas – Tips for Winter Storms

Tenant Resources in Atlantic County

Please Check our –Purchasing Page – for RFPs and Bid Information.

COAH Settlement – Midpoint Review Report
For comments please email: COAHcomments@brigantinebeachnj.com

Redevelopment Plans : Civic Center and Waterfront

Join the State of NJ Coastal Resiliency Focus Group.  For more information visit Resilient NJ.

Travel Spotlight – Brigantine is Featured in TravelMag, as One of The 12 Most Charming Small Towns in New Jersey!  See the article here.

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‼️Attention Residents of Sheridan Blvd (between Sarazen Rd & Vardon Rd)‼️Paving work will begin on Monday, 5/10 and is expected to take three days. Please make sure your cars are off the street and parked elsewhere as the Road will be closed during construction times. Thank you in advance for your cooperation! ... See MoreSee Less
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The City of Brigantine Green Team and Farmer Market Committees are proud to announce that we are once again having a Permit Free City Wide Yard Sale!!This year the Permit Free Yard Sale will take place on June 11, June 12 and June 13th! All Brigantine full and part time residents are invited to hold a yard sale the weekend of June 11, June 12 and June 13th without the expense of a permit! Shoppers love multi-sale events!!If you would like to register to participate in the Permit Free City Wide Yard Sale, please send an email to:BrigYardSale21@gmail.comAll we need is your address and you will be added to the GIS virtual map of all the participants which will be posted a few days prior to the event! ... See MoreSee Less
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On Monday May 10, 2021 the Law Enforcement United “Road to Hope” bicycle tour will be riding into Brigantine. Approximate arrival time at the Brigantine Police Department will be 8:20am. A short ceremony will commence with guest speaker Ryan Smith of the Spirit of Blue foundation. This foundation granted the BPD a $10000 equipment grant in 2019 to purchase items to help keep our officers safe. We will also recognize TEAM BRIGANTINE for 10 years of riding for our fallen officers. Law Enforcement United, inc. - NJ Division is significant as the money raised supports the surviving family members of Fallen Law Enforcement Officers. Along with officers from all over the country participating, several of those survivors participate too. Founding Team Members R Ponce De Leon and Jack Glasser III will once again be riding with the team. Approximate departure time is 8:40am. Please expect slight traffic delays and please support our riders with a wave, beep or salute. Next week May 10-15 is also National Police Week with May 15 designated as National Peace Officers Memorial Day. Please thank an officer if you see one. ... See MoreSee Less
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#Brigantine Water Tower Maintenance & RepairOne of the City’s major initiatives for the year is to implement a plan for the required maintenance and repairs needed for the City’s water towers. Brigantine is looking to enter into a long term contract for the routine maintenance, cleaning, painting, and repairs of the towers. The Roosevelt tower is in need of some major repairs. The outside skin is starting to rust and get holes in it. We need to repair the outside skin in order to protect the inside water tank.These services need to be done every few years in order to keep the water towers in good shape. Entering into a long term service contract will be the best and most cost effective way to ensure that the City keeps up with these required services. ... See MoreSee Less
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Paperwork for all returning guards is due by next Friday, May 7th!! Please get this in ASAP! There are only 4 weeks until Memorial Day!! ... See MoreSee Less
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