NEWS & NOTICES
Saturday, July 30 from 11 am to 2 pm- CAPE ATLANTIC COALITION FOR HEALTH will conduct a skin cancer screening in the gazebo located 35th/Atlantic. The exam takes less than 5 minutes. Brochures and sunscreen will be given out.
Carbon Monoxide Still a Risk in Summer
2nd Annual TAKE A BREATHER 5K RUN THE BEACH – August 6, 2016
Comcast Newsmakers taping at Stockton University on 5/25/16 - Longport's Farmers Market
Borough of Longport beach tags will be available for sale at Borough Hall located at 2305 Atlantic Avenue.
Regular seasonal tags are $15
(Age 12 and older.)
Senior seasonal tags are $5
(Senior tags are for persons 65 and older and must be used by seniors only. ID required.)
Free beach tags to Active Military and Veterans. Available in person only at Municipal Clerk’s office with valid military ID card, DD214 or Atlantic County Veteran ID card.
South Jersey Gas Construction Work Issues
Captain Jim Turner Memorial Ocean Swim
Longport is scheduled to host its first farmers market beginning this June.
Vendor applications are available now.
Click HERE to watch Comcast Newsmakers Interview with Mayor Russo on the use of UV- Bracelets.
Longport’s newsletter is now available online. Please click here for the Summer 2016 edition.
School Board Referendum
AN ORDINANCE CREATING CHAPTER 107-CARRY OUT BAG USAGE REDUCTION IN THE BOROUGH OF LONGPORT OF THE CODE OF THE BOROUGH OF LONGPORT ATLANTIC COUNTY NEW JERSEY
Click here for a video where Jill Horner speaks with Nicholas Russo, Mayor from Longport, about the Plastic Bag Ordinance.
Longport now has a medical prescription drop off box for no longer needed or expired prescriptions. Please click here for more information.
Bulky Rigid Plastics Collection
Sustainable Longport Press Information
Longport Navy SEAL Challenge - 2015
Mayor Russo Encourages the Use of Cloth Bags
2014 Township Salary Information
NEW STREETLIGHT REPORTING SYSTEM
Shorefront Protection Project
Project Partnership Agreement between the Department of the Army and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection - Hurricane and Storm Damage Reduction Project
New Regulations Allowing Municipalities to Maintain Height of Dune to Original Construction Height
Need NJ Beach information - check out www.njbeaches.org