Departments N - Z

  1. Open Space & Farmland Preservation

    Read about the trust fund, the farmland preservation program, and the open space program.

  2. Park/Zoo

    Come visit the Cape May County Zoo, we are open year round and have several activities and programs in which you and your children can participate.

  3. Planning Department

    The Planning Department is responsible for the day to day operations that carry out the functions of the Planning Board.

  4. Prosecutor's Office

    By law, the Prosecutor’s Office is responsible for the detection, investigation, arrest and conviction of criminals in Cape May County.

  5. Public Information

    The Office of Public Information is the central office for all Cape May County Government information.

  6. Public Safety Training Center

    The Cape May County Police Academy offers over 3200 hours of basic and advanced police training courses each year, training approximately 1500 police officers.

  7. Public Works/County Engineer

    If you need information or to make requests about County roads, bridges or traffic signals please call the Public Works Department.

  8. Purchasing Department

    Register and obtain current RFB and RFP opportunities.

  9. Rutgers Cooperative Extension

    Rutgers Cooperative Extension agents and specialists deliver wide-ranging educational programs across New Jersey.

  10. Cape May County Social Services

    Learn about the services offered by the Cape May County Social Services Department.

  11. Superintendent of Schools

    Find the positions within our school and what their responsibilities are.

  12. Tourism

    Escape to the Jersey Cape. Come find beaches, fishing, art, birds, camping, nature, and so much more when you visit Cape May County.

  13. Treasurer's Office

    It is the responsibility of this office to receive and disburse all the monies coming in and going out of Cape May County and to maintain accurate records of these transactions.

  14. Veterans' Bureau

    The Cape May County Veterans’ Bureau was established shortly after World War II by the Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders to aid and assist veterans, widows, and their families.