July 3, 2019
From Mayor Leonard Desiderio...

On June 29, the City’s Administration hosted a Town Hall Meeting to discuss the future of the public school property at 4501 Park Road. I am happy to report that the meeting was attended by more than 200 residents and property owners, who were eager to explore our options and share their thoughts. In addition to people stepping-up to the microphone to express their feelings, we also created a questionnaire that will further assist your elected officials as we pin-down exactly what everyone wants to happen at the Park Road facility.

From The Members of City Council...

During the “Administration Reports” portion of the June 25 City Council meeting, Business Administrator George Savastano reminded Council and the audience that the Administration had scheduled a Town Hall Meeting on June 29 to discuss the future of the public school property at 4501 Park Road. Afterwards, Councilman Gibson announced that City Council’s Reorganization Meeting was scheduled at 12 noon on July 1 at Excursion Park. Next, Councilman Edwardi asked for an update on the Townsends Inlet Bride Repair Project, at which time Mr. Savastano stated that the bridge was still on-track to be open to traffic in the end of July. READ MORE

Important Reminder:

The Townsends Inlet Bridge (Connecting Sea Isle City and Avalon) is closed to all vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic until later this summer. Please plan an alternate route. 

Share Your Thoughts About The Future of the Public School Property on Park Road

During a Town Hall Meeting hosted by the City’s Administration on June 29, a questionnaire was offered that allowed audience members to share their thoughts and opinions regarding the future of the public school at 4501 Park Road – and specifically, what type of recreation facility that property should become. That questionnaire is now available online so those who were not able to attend the June 29 meeting can also express their views.

A link to the questionnaire can be found on the “News” tab located on the homepage of Sea Isle City’s municipal website: www.seaislecitynj.us . All completed questionnaires must be returned to the City by July 19, 2019. 

Independence Day Events in Sea Isle City

Junior Olympics: This free competition starts at 9:30 a.m. on July Fourth at Dealy Field, where kids (ages 3-13) compete in running, jumping and throwing contests. Olympic-style medals will be given to winners in each age group. 

Beachcomber Tours: Enjoy a Beachcomber Guided Tour on July Fourth on the 94th Street Beach at 10:00 a.m. Register prior to the tour under the Townsends Inlet Waterfront Park Pavilion; the cost is only $1 per person. Kids receive free sand pails and other gifts. Info: (215) 595-4601

Independence Day Concert:  Sea Isle City’s annual July Fourth Concert at Excursion Park takes place from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., featuring the music of John Phillip Sousa and other familiar tunes performed by The Patriotic Brass Ensemble. 
Independence Day Fireworks: Celebrate our nation’s independence with a colorful fireworks display on July Fourth at 9:00 p.m. The “rocket’s red glare” will be launched from an ocean barge near the 50th Street Beach.
For more info, phone 609-263-8687 or go to www.VISITSICNJ.com .
Batting Competition for Boys & Girls at
Dealy Field on July 7

The Division of Recreation will host Sea Isle City’s annual Philadelphia Phillies Home Run Derby on Sunday, July 7, at Dealy Field, 59th Street and Central Avenue. This free event is open to boys and girls, ages 7-12, who want to display their batting skills while swinging at balls thrown from a mechanical pitching machine. Winners will advance to the next level of competition – and hopefully compete in the championship at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia later this year. The start times for this year’s Home Run Derby on July 7 are 11:00 a.m. for Girls ages 7-12 & Boys ages 9-10; and 12 noon for Boys ages 7-8 & 11-12. Winners will receive plaques and other prizes. For more info, please go to www.VISITSICNJ.com or phone 609-263-0050 or 609-263-1013.

The Sea Isle City Beach Patrol Turns 100 This Month. Join the Celebration!

Numerous events are planned to commemorate the Sea Isle City Beach Patrol's 100th Anniversary. Hosted by the City in cooperation with today's SICBP lifeguards and the SICBP Alumni Association, these events are open to the public, so join us as we celebrate 100 years of Lifeguarding in Sea Isle City.

Be a Part of History, Join The Baby Parade

Sea Isle City’s 2019 Baby Parade takes place Tuesday, July 16, starting at 6:30 p.m. along the Promenade, 34th to 44th Street. Applications are now being accepted from Baby Parade participants in several categories, ranging from newborns to children age 10, who are invited to appear wearing costumes, riding on floats, or strolling along in their “Sunday Best” attire. For more details, go to www.VISITSICNJ.com or phone the City's Tourism Office at 609-263-8687.

Public Works and Beach Tag Office Are Hiring
Seasonal positions for the summer of 2019 are available with Sea Isle City’s Department of Public Works. Applicants must be at least 18 years old. For additional info, phone (609) 263-6000, ext. 17, or send a completed application form to The Department of Public Works, Attn: Victoria Rutledge, 3905 Central Avenue, Sea Isle City, NJ 08243; You can also drop-off the application at that location or fax it to (609) 263-9972.

Beach Tag Inspector positions are also available. To apply, send completed application forms to City Hall, Attn: Beach Tag Director, 233 JFK Boulevard, Sea Isle City, NJ 08243.

There's Always Something Happening,
So Don't Miss a Moment of the Fun!

Don't Get Caught in The Rain,
Sign-Up For Free Cancellation Alerts

Anyone can register for event cancellation text messages by texting “sicalert” to “84483” on your smart phone. You can also sign-up for event cancellation text messages and email alerts by going to the City’s Visitors Website, www.VISITSICNJ.com , and clicking the “Rained Out” link on the home page. Once signed-up, you will receive alerts whenever a local concert, festival or other outdoor City event has been cancelled, postponed or re-scheduled.

Sea Isle City is a Recycling Community

CLICK HERE for the Public Works Home Page, where you'll find links to Trash & Recycling Collection Schedules, the Water & Sewer Department, the County M.U.A. and other useful information.

Remember: Recycling is not just a good idea...It's the Law in Sea Isle City!   

Do You Wish 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.