On behalf of the Commissioners and employees of the Borough of Cape May Point, NJ, we would like to welcome you to Cape May Point's official website.
This site is for our Cape May Point "family" of property owners and the general public to understand the function of our municipal government departments and the services that they offer.
We will continue to add information to keep the site as up to date as possible. While some information on the site is mandated by state statues, most of what you will find is our way of bringing everyone into the world of Cape May Point in order to make their experience here more enjoyable and understandable.
Should you have any questions, please direct them to the appropriate Commissioner. You will find links on the Mayor and Commissioners page where you can click on a name to send an email directly to them.
We encourage you to use this site on a regular basis so that you are continually informed of what is happening in our local government.
The Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act of 2014
Waiting for the President to sign this into law!
The economic ramifications surrounding unaffordable flood insurance has the potential to devastate home values, small businesses, and entire communities across the country. READ MORE...
Changes to Biggert-Waters
LoBiondo Praises House Passage of Flood Insurance Legislation READ MORE...
As you know, our region experienced a particularly difficult winter that included long durations of record low temperatures. As a result, some customers may experience high bills that were unexpected. Below is important information for residents regarding the management of their electric bills. READ MORE...
Dick Miller Proclamation
Dick Miller receives Proclamation from Cape May Point Commissioners for his 25 years of service as CMP Clean Community Coordinator.
Thank you Dick for your many years of hard work and dedication.
Menendez-Isakson Flood Insurance Bill Passes Senate 67-32,
Will House Vote?
From Capitol Hill to grassroots Cape May County bipartisan jubilation was expressed after Jan. 30 Senate passage (67-32) of the Menendez-Isakson Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act. READ MORE...
The Borough of Cape May Point has two non-profit funds which underwrite many important activities during the year.
The Junior Lifeguard Trust sponsors lifeguard special events during the season and purchase of essential lifeguard equipment.
The Environmental Trust underwrites environmental educational initiatives and updating the Environmental Resource List, an exceedingly important reference to be used, among other things, by the Cape May Point Planning Board.
Click HERE for a donation form If you would like to support these vital community resources.