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Public Notice:


City of Brigantine Offices will reopen to the public
as of 8:30 am, Monday, June 22, 2020.

Hours are Monday – Friday, 8:30 – 4:30

-Please use the main entrances only, and stop at the attendant’s desk before entering the hall.

-Masks are required to enter the building.

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

6/3/20 – The Ban On Short Term Rentals Has Been Lifted, Effective Immediately.  For More Information Please Contact Our Fire Prevention/Rental Inspection Office, fireprevention@brigantinebeachnj.com.

For Beach Fee Office Hours Click Here

City Council Meeting Information

-City Council Meeting – Virtual Meeting

Click the link for instructions:  Wednesday, June 17th, 1:00 pm

City of Brigantine 2020 Municipal Budget

2020 Adopted Budget

2020 User Friendly Budget

Advertisement of 2020 Municipal Budget Hearing

2020 Introduced Budget

2020 Manager’s Budget Statement

COVID-19 Information

Sign Up For CODE RED Emergency Alerts

NJ Poison Control Center Coronavirus Hotline

Office of Emergency Management Statement On COVID-19, Click HERE

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

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

City of Brigantine Floodplain Management Plan

Federal Emergency Management Agency: Proposed Building Elevation Notice

Redevelopment Plans : Civic Center and Waterfront

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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If you plan on attending our beaches this weekend to celebrate Independence Day, please take note of the following:

The Jetty and Cove beaches will have limited capacity for motor vehicles AND pedestrians. The Police Department and Office of Emergency Management may restrict access to the beach should crowding levels become too high for public safety to be maintained.

There will be no fireworks displays this year due to COVID-19 and casino closures. Additionally, illegal fireworks will not be tolerated on the Brigantine beaches.

As always, alcoholic beverages are strictly prohibited on ALL Brigantine Beaches. Ordinances and laws pertaining to alcoholic beverages, especially the possession and consumption by persons under the legal age will be strictly enforced by Brigantine Police

Please be kind to one another and conduct yourselves in a diplomatic manner when interacting with others. Fighting, disorderly conduct, and other breaches of the peace will result in arrests and charges being filed. Consider this your warning.

There will be a large police presence on the beaches this weekend. Violations of ordinances and laws will be enforced to ensure that everyone can enjoy their holiday weekend peacefully and safely without disturbances or unnecessary risks.

We want EVERYONE to have the best weekend possible, and we know that the majority of people who live and visit Brigantine don’t need to be reminded of these and other laws. Have a very happy and safe 4th of July weekend and please let us know if you need our assistance.
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