Contacts & City Directory
Contacts & City Directory
Name & Title / Department
Phone & E-mail
|Vince Sera, Mayor||(609) 266-7600 ext.212 | firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Michael Riordan, Councilman-at-Large||(609) 266-7600 ext. 323 |email@example.com|
|Neil Kane, Councilman-at-Large||(609) 266-7600 ext. 322 | firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Karen Bew, Councilwoman – Ward 1||(609) 266-7600 ext.321 | email@example.com|
|Paul Lettieri, Councilman – Ward 2||(609) 266-7600 ext.326 | firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dennis Haney, Councilman – Ward 3||(609) 266-7600 ext.324 | email@example.com|
|Rick DeLucry, Councilman – Ward 4||(609) 266-7600 ext.325 | firstname.lastname@example.org|
|City Manager||(609) 266-7600 ext.212 |brigantinebeachnj.com|
|Ryan Hurst, Mayor/City Manager Assistant||(609) 266-7600 ext.212 | email@example.com|
|Lynn Sweeney, RMC, City Clerk||(609) 266-7600 ext.220 | firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Municipal Court||(609) 266-0440 | email@example.com|
|Dana Wineland, Tax Collector||(609) 266-7600 ext.235 | firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Al Stanley, CFO||(609) 266-7600 ext.213 | email@example.com|
|Karen Blowers, Comptroller||(609) 266-7600 ext.210 | firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Barbara Saccoccia, Tax Assessor||(609) 266-7600 ext.242 | email@example.com|
|Police Department||(609) 266-7414, 9-1-1 Emergency|
|Fire Department||(609) 266-2814 | firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jack Murray, Fire Prevention/Rental Inspection||(609) 266-3102 | email@example.com|
|John Doring, Public Works||(609) 266-7800 | firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Lt. Bill Stroby, Office of Emergency Management||(609) 266-7600 ext. 274 | email@example.com|
|Construction and Zoning Office||(609) 266-7600 ext. 261| firstname.lastname@example.org|
|James Mogan, Recreation Director||(609) 264-7350 Prompt #1| email@example.com|
|Mollye O’Neill, Personnel Director||(609) 266-7600 ext. #218| firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Beach Patrol Headquarters||(609) 266-5233| Seasonal|
|Beach Fees, Tags, 4×4 Permits||(609) 264-7350 Prompt. #6| email@example.com|
|Municipal Offices||(609) 266-7600 | firstname.lastname@example.org|
Updates & Information
News and Project Updates
Atlantic City Electric – Notice of Smart Energy Network Construction
Memorial Bench and Bicycle Rack Program
Lighthouse District Streetscape Project
Virtual Public Information Session (September 2020)
Tenant Resources in Atlantic County
Join the State of NJ Coastal Resiliency Focus Group.
For more information visit Resilient NJ.
COAH Settlement – Midpoint Review Report
Change of Address Form
City Ordinances and Laws
Special Events Permit
Wedding ceremonies, birthday parties, family reunions and employee gatherings are permitted on City property with a Special Event Permit.
To check availability on date and location please contact us.
Phone: (609) 266-7600 ext. 212
Click here for the Special Events Application.
Special Event Permits are for non-exclusive access to a park or beach. Permit holders are not allowed to block or restrict access and may not force anyone to leave the location. Alcohol and vehicles are not allowed on any City property, parks or beaches. Special Event Permit holders are still required to obtain beach tags, parking permits or 4×4 permits when applicable.
For larger events like block parties or sporting events, approval from City Council is required. Please send a letter of request to City Manager, Jim Bennett, stating a description of the event, dates/times, location and number of expected attendees.
The letter can be emailed to: email@example.com
City of Brigantine Offices
Attn: Ryan Hurst
1417 W. Brigantine Ave.
Brigantine, NJ, 08203
Trash & Recycling
Municipal residential trash collection is provided by the City of Brigantine to all single-family, two-family, three-family and four-family detached or attached dwellings. All items must be put out no earlier than 4:00 pm the day prior to collection or by 7:00 am on collection day. Household trash must be in trash containers with lids. Failure to do so may result in a summons.
Recycling will be collected every other week on the same day as your trash.
Trash Pickup Schedule:
Monday: 45th Street South to Bridge
Tuesday: Golf Course area
Wednesday: 14th St. North to 5th Street South
Thursday: 6th Street South to 23rd Street South
Friday: 24th 1/2 alley to 45th Street South
Bulk Trash: Furniture and most other large items, as long as the items are not construction debris or hazardous waste. White Goods (appliances), Washers, Dryers, dishwashers and other appliances may be brought to our recycling yard for disposal or they may be scheduled to be picked up by calling the Public Works office at (609) 266-7800. Bulk trash is scheduled for collection on your trash day limited to two (2) items per collection.
Construction Debris: Public Works will NOT pick up construction debris. All construction debris is to be removed by the owner with a dumpster or by a private hauler.
Yard Waste: From 4/11/18 – 10/12/18 – yard waste gets picked up on Wednesday for 35th Street to the Bridge, Thursday for 34th St. to 2nd St. South and Friday for Golf Course and North End.
Tree Limb Removal: Tree limbs are to be cut and tied up into four-foot bundles, and will be collected on the same schedule as the grass clippings (see above). If you have an excessively large amount of tree trimmings, it is the homeowners’ responsibility to remove.
Hazardous Waste Materials: Hazardous waste materials include oil-based paints, many cleaning agents, chemicals, etc. The Atlantic County Utilities Authority has a facility to drop off certain hazardous waste materials. Call (609) 272-6950.
If You Miss Your Recycling/Trash Day: Recyclables (glass, aluminum, plastic, cardboard, and paper) and household trash can be dropped off at the public works yard, located at 3605 Bayshore Avenue, with an entrance on 38th Street. The yard is open 7 days a week from 8:00 am to 4:20 pm. Batteries can also be dropped off at the public works yard.
Putting Trash Out for Collection Properly: Your trash should be bagged, and the bags placed in a metal or plastic trash can with a lid. The trash should be put out at the curb no earlier than 4:00 pm on the day before your scheduled trash pick-up, but no later than 7:00 am on the day of your trash pick-up. After your trash has been collected, your trash cans should be removed from curbside/alleyway no later than 12:00 noon on the day after your trash pick-up.
If you have any further questions please call Public Works at (609) 266-7800.
The following link will lead you to your town’s collection information page. The pages include curbside pickup information, container guidelines and more. You can even sign up for a reminder, so that you won’t miss a collection day! https://www.acua.com/Services/Collection-Schedules-Reminders.aspx
ACUA’s Recycling Guidelines: ACUA – Recycling Guidelines
Hazardous Waste Disposal at ACUA: ACUA – Hazardous Waste Disposal
Waste Wizard: ACUA – Waste Wizard
Consumer Confidence Report
Brigantine Clean Communities
New Jersey Clean Communities is a statewide litter-abatement program created by the passage of the Clean Communities Act. The program is managed by the (New Jersey) Department of Environmental Protection, Department of Treasury, and Clean Communities Council. It’s supported by local governments, businesses, community organizations, schools and individuals who work together to keep New Jersey clean.
The Clean Communities Act, passed first in 1986 and later in 2002, establishes a funding mechanism for the program by placing a user-fee on manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors who may produce litter-generating products. The user-fee, collected by the Department of Treasury and disbursed by the Department of Environment Protection, generates approximately $14 million each year.
- In 2008 and years prior, $4 million was placed in the State Recycling Fund and then disbursed to municipalities in the form of recycling tonnage grants. Because of the passage of the Recycling Enhancement Act in 2008, this will no longer occur.
- $375,000 is disbursed to a non profit (currently the Clean Communities Council) for the implementation of statewide education related to litter-abatement.
- Of the balance, 80 percent goes to 559 municipalities, 10 percent goes to 21 counties, and 10 percent goes to the Division of Parks and Forestry located in the Department of Environmental Protection.
- There is hereby established the City of Brigantine Clean Communities Act Committee to make recommendations concerning the administration of the Clean Communities and Recycling Act, N.J.S.A. 13:1E-92 et seq., and to assist the City of Brigantine in developing and implementing regulations concerning the control of litter and other waste-generating activities and to collect such information concerning the program of waste and recycling activities as is required for any annual report relative to the application for and receipt of State of New Jersey aid for such programs available pursuant to N.J.S.A. 13:1E-99.2 and other provisions of law.The City of Brigantine Clean Communities Act Committee shall consist of five members, who shall serve terms of one year. Vacancies in the membership of the Clean Communities Act Committee shall be appointed by the City Council.The Recycling Coordinator and Control Officer, in the Department of Public Safety, shall serve as the advisor to the Clean Communities Act Committee.
New Jersey Clean Communities at the local level involves a three-fold attack on litter: cleanup, enforcement and education.
Brigantine Municipal Alliance for the Prevention of Drug and Alcohol Abuse
There is hereby established within the City of Brigantine, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 2C:35-15 and Chapter 51, Section 8, of the Laws of 1989 the Committee/Alliance to Prevent Alcohol and Drug Abuse, which shall consist of 15 members, who shall serve terms of one year.
Vacancies in the membership of the Committee shall be appointed by the City Council.
The purpose of the Committee shall be to promote moderation and responsibility in the use of alcoholic beverages and to make recommendations to the City Council concerning the City Council’s policy, legislation and the City’s administration of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act. The purpose of the Committee shall also be to promote the elimination of drug abuse and to make recommendations to the City Council concerning the City’s policy and legislation and the City’s administration of the laws concerning enforcement and elimination of the use of controlled dangerous substances. The Committee shall be further empowered to apply for grants from the Drug Enforcement and Demands Reduction Fund, pursuant to law.
Brigantine Municipal Alliance for the Prevention of Drug and Alcohol Abuse’s website
Economic Development & Tourism Committee
Green Team represents a municipality in New Jersey that is registered with Sustainable Jersey. Green Teams provide the leadership to develop plans, implement programs and assist with educational opportunities that support the creation of a sustainable community.
If you would like to join the Green Team fill out the form below and we will be in touch with you soon…
There are lots of reasons to consider changing your way of life to a more Eco-friendly one. Going green has a great impact on the environment, your well being, and it may well also provide help to save lots and lots of money. Here are some of the reasons that can make you to save a piece of the earth and go green!
Going green is better for your health.
By going green, you’ll be exposed to fewer chemicals, so you will reduce the amount of toxins you breathe and put into your body. Fewer toxins in your blood stream will help you feel better, live longer, and be healthier.
Going green raises the value of your home.
By using green energy and installing solar panels in your home you can raise the value of your house and help the environment. You can also install water saving shower heads and toilet systems that will bring the value of your home up.
Going green can save you money.
By switching to green water saving and energy saving systems, you can save money on your electricity bill and your water bill. You will also save money by switching to cloth napkins and towels (and diapers and wipes if you have a child) because you won’t have to purchase new disposable ones every month. Another great way to save money and go green is by reusing and recycling things you usually throw away.
Going green is sustainable.
By living a more green and eco-friendly lifestyle, you will be reducing the amount of limited resources we consume like oil and fossil fuels. You can conserve natural resources by turning off the water often and unplugging electronics when they are not in use.
You will be helping to save the environment.
When you go green, you will help reduce the pollution and chemicals on the earth and in the air. You will also help to reduce the amount of trash in the landfill and in the ocean.
And this is only the tip of the iceberg. You can find a lot of reasons for which you can change your lifestyle and choose to go green today! Start reading through our website and see how can this change be good and healthy for your lifestyle and save the environment!
There is hereby reestablished the Recreation Advisory Commission of 12 members, who shall be residents of the City of Brigantine. Terms of office shall be for one year.
All members shall serve without compensation, and vacancies shall be appointed by the City Council.
The Recreation Advisory Commission shall:
- Advise the City Council and Manager as to recreation policies, proposed or existing ordinances, capital development and maintenance of facilities.
- Serve as the representative body for sports clubs and organizations, facilities use and sharing and programs of the City.
- Make recommendations to the Manager concerning the allocation of City funds to users to the City recreation facilities.
- Make recommendations to the Manager and the Council concerning the fees to be charged users of the facilities.
- Make recommendations to the Manager and the Council concerning the training and certification of youth sports coaches who use City facilities.
- Make recommendations to the City Manager and the Superintendent of Public Works concerning the day-to-day maintenance and operation of the recreation facilities.
Brigantine Beach Cultural Arts Commission
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #6964
121 31st Street
Brigantine, NJ 08203
Contact: Mario Perrucci, Commander
Auxiliary of the VFW Post #6964
Contact: Laura Grentz
American Legion Post #396
3218 W. Brigantine Avenue
Brigantine, NJ 08203
Contact: Joe Handle
Sons of American Legion Post #396
3218 W. Brigantine Avenue
Brigantine, NJ 08203
Contact: Bob Kowaleski
Brigantine Elks Lodge #2428
Veterans Service Committee
400 West Shore Drive
Brigantine, NJ 08203
Contact: Joe Kelly
Brigantine Veterans Memorial Committee
121 31st Street
Brigantine, NJ 08203
VA Home Loan Centers – for assistance with obtaining a home loan please click on the links below:
|Brigantine Bible Church
103 Bayshore Avenue
Sunday School: 9:30 am
Sunday Worship: 10:30 am
Wednesday Prayer Meeting: 7:00 pm
|Community Presbyterian Church
1501 W. Brigantine Avenue
Sunday Morning Prayer 8:00 am
Traditional Worship 10:15 am
Monday Contemporary Worship 7:00 pm
|Church of St. Thomas
331 8th Street South
|Temple Beth Shalom
The School District is governed by the Brigantine Board of Education and operates as a Type 1 school district. The School Board consists of seven members who are appointed by the Mayor, the Council and the City Manager and serve staggered three-year terms.
The City of Brigantine School District provides early education, elementary, and middle school education to residents of the City at the Brigantine Community School. City students attending grades 9 – 12 are transported to Atlantic City High School in neighboring Atlantic City. The School District pays the tuition for Brigantine students. If the student does not attend Atlantic City High School, then he/she will attend either Holy Spirit in Absecon, or the Atlantic County Institute of Technology in Mays Landing. Our school district is located at 301 East Evans Boulevard, Brigantine, NJ 08203
Superintendent / Principal
Office of Admissions
The Brigantine Community Education and Recreation Program, cosponsored by the City of Brigantine and the Brigantine Board of Education, offers many courses, seminars and workshops to the citizens of Brigantine throughout the year. For more information about the C.E.R. Program offerings, click here.
More information can be found on: https://www.brigantineschools.org/
Local Brigantine Non-Profit Organizations
Brigantine Baseball Assoc.
Brigantine Rowing Club
Brigantine Rams Football Assoc.
Brigantine Beach Cultural Arts
Mary De Marco
Brigantine Hockey Assoc.
Brigantine Historical Society
Brigantine Soccer Assoc.
Municipal Alliance Against
Alcoholism & Drug Abuse (DARE)
Brigantine Garden Club
1417 W. Brigantine Ave
Brigantine Recreation Commission
Local Brigantine Service Organizations
|American Legion #396||Brigantine Senior Shuttle
|Brigantine Elks Lodge
|Brigantine Taxpayers Association
John D. Risso
Anna May Ryan
|Knights of Columbus
|Brigantine IAFF Local #2657
Peter Frugoli, President
|NJ Beach Buggy Association
|Brigantine North School PTA
|Sons of Italy
|Brigantine PBA Local 204
Corey Sprague, President
42nd St. & Bayshore Ave.
|US Coast Guard
|Veterans of Foreign Wars
|Brigantine Senior Citizen Club
Senior Citizens age 60 and older and their spouses are invited to attend the Brigantine Senior Center. The Center hours are 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Each day a balanced lunch is served without cost. A one dollar donation is suggested to enhance the program. Meals are planned by a qualified nutritionist to supply at least one third of the day’s nutritional requirements. Seniors are asked to make reservations for meals at least two days in advance.
Atlantic County Seniors Centers are dedicated to providing services that enhance the educational, social and recreational lives of our seniors. Activities may include Bingo, Exercise, Mahjong, Pinochle, Trips, Yoga and more. Come out and enjoy the Center and while there you could lend your assistance by volunteering at the Center. Atlantic County provides transportation for seniors to the senior centers and to medical visits and shopping.
The address and phone number is:
Brigantine Beach Community Center
265 42nd Street,
Brigantine, NJ 08203
Linda Nace is the County Coordinator for the Senior Center