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

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.

2021 Municipal Budget Information

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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

Sign Up For CODE RED Emergency Alerts

Notice of RFP:  Operation, Management and Maintenance Services for a Portion of the City’s Municipal Water System

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

Tenant Resources in Atlantic County

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.

New Jersey’s Favorite Beaches Poll 2021 – Vote now for Brigantine! 

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The Brigantine Police Department and Brigantine Beach Office of Emergency Management continue to provide community alerts and information by utilizing the Nixle platform. To receive text message alerts, text zip code "08203" to 888777. You can also visit local.nixle.com/register/ to sign up for e-mail and text alerts. ... See MoreSee Less
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Atlantic City Electric To Pave Center Island on #Brigantine Boulevard:In an effort to control City expenses, Mayor Simpson worked out a deal with Atlantic City Electric to pave the center island on Brigantine Boulevard from the Bridge to Harbor Beach Boulevard. The City spends about $230,000 a year maintaining the grass in the center island. Paving the center Island would save the City some money and would free up our Public Works staff to work on other projects in the City. Due to Atlantic County traffic safety standards, the only things we can have in the center media are grass or concrete. The County will not allow the City to put any raised structures, trees, bushes, or decorations.If you have any questions or comments about this project, you can email them to us at VSera@BrigantineBeachNJ.com(I’ll read all the comments posted, but if you email them I can share them with council) ... See MoreSee Less
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🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸Update: Seawall Flagpole Restorations are CompletedThank you to the Brigantine Department of Public Works for cleaning and restoring the flagpole at the seawall! #Brigantine #Beach #BrigantineBeach #BrigantineNJ ... See MoreSee Less
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Island of Brigantine
***MOVED TO FRIDAY, 7/30, same time same place***Come and see us at Aunt B's! ... See MoreSee Less
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Island of Brigantine
Help us get the word out! Please share! Calling all Rams Families : Please register your child for football and cheer here : form.jotform.com/211393511492149We will not be collecting money at the field during practice it must be done in advance this year. We reduced the price of registration to $100 per player / cheerleader for this year due to the Covid 19 Pandemic. ... See MoreSee Less
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