January 30, 2020
From Mayor Leonard Desiderio...

I am delighted to begin this message with some very special news. It’s been decades since a baby was born within Sea Isle City’s borders – in fact, we believe it’s been since the mid-1970s. However, all of that has changed, because earlier this week members of Sea Isle City’s Emergency Medical Services team responded to a 9-1-1 call from a local home, where a woman was in distress. As it turned out, the lady was in labor, and her baby was ready to enter the world right then and there! 

From The Members of City Council...

The January 28 City Council meeting agenda was not lengthy, and the meeting itself was brief. At the start of the meeting, Ordinance 1649 was introduced with first reading. This ordinance was written to amend Chapters 4, 7, 8, 15 and 20 of the City’s General Ordinances – specifically to allow for consistency and address fees. Ordinance 1649 will have second reading during the February 25 City Council meeting. 

Utility Improvements
Roadway Reconstruction
New Lights on the Promenade
Fishing Pier & Kayak Launch
Sewer Replacement
Beach Replenishment
New Street Lights

Italian-American Club Fundraiser February 8

Sea Isle City’s Italian American Club will host a “Musical Bingo” fundraiser at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 8, at KIX-McNutley’s on 63rd Street. The admission cost is $20 per person in advance and $25 at the door, which includes games, roast beef sandwiches and chips. This event will test your knowledge of popular music from the ‘60s, ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s as you compete for prizes. For more information, please phone Marie Peltier at 609-425-3308 or 609-263-3812.
Sea Isle City is "The Place To Be" During President's Weekend

Mark your calendar and be in Sea Isle City for Polar Bear Plunge Weekend (President's Day Weekend), February 14 to 16. Many local retail shops and restaurants will be open for business, plus are a variety of popular activities are planned. It's Sea Isle City's biggest event of the winter season, so don't miss any of the the fun! For more details, please go to www.VISITSICNJ.com and click the "Polar Bear" links on the home page.
The Census Is Coming

The United States Census is a constitutionally-mandated enumeration of the population of this country. Census activities will begin in March 2020 and are scheduled to be completed by the end of April 2020. A New Jersey Complete Count Commission has been established to develop, recommend, and administer a Census Outreach Strategy to encourage full participation in the 2020 Census.  

Are You Looking for a Temporary Job?

In preparation of the 2020 Census, thousands of temporary census jobs are being filled across the country. For more details about employment with the U.S. Census Bureau, go to https://2020census.gov/en/jobs.html

Keep Your Family Safe,
Rid Your Home of Unneeded Medications

The Sea Isle City Police Department has a Prescription Medicine Drop Box located in the lobby of City Hall, 233 JFK Boulevard, which allows residents and visitors to safely and anonymously dispose of unused and unwanted medications 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. It is suggested that prescription labels with names and personal information be removed before depositing unwanted medications in the drop box. Needles, sharp instruments and liquids are not accepted. Help keep your family and guests safe by cleaning-out your medicine cabinet and ridding your home of unneeded medications!    For more information about Sea Isle City’s Medicine Drop Box, call the SICPD at 609-263-4311.


So Don't Miss a Moment of the Fun!

There Are Many Ways to Stay Active

Sea Isle City is home to many clubs, civic organizations, boards and commissions. Click the links below for more information about these groups...

Would You Like to Speak With a City Official?

If you have questions or concerns, there is no need to wait for an upcoming City Council meeting to express your thoughts. You can contact the head of any City Department to obtain the answers you need. For a complete list of contact information, visit our Municipal Website, www.seaislecitynj.us , or phone City Hall at 609-263-4461.

Have you Seen What's Been Happening?

On January 9, the Cape May County String Band performed during A.A.R.P. Chapter 710's monthly meeting. CLICK HERE to view photos of that event