Veterans' Bureau/Cemetery

2020 Virtual 9/11 Memorial Ceremony

Memorial Day 2020

The Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders wishes to recognize and thank those Veterans who have paid the ultimate price to secure peace and freedom for our Country.

While they could not honor the fallen in a ceremony at the Veterans' Cemetery today, as they have for the past 40 years, they didn't want the day to go by without showing their respect and gratitude to those men and women who have laid their lives on the line to protect all of us and our liberties.

Please join the Board of Chosen Freeholders and all our Veterans and their families as we pay tribute to those brave Americans who fought and sacrificed all for our freedom. May these heroes rest in eternal peace knowing they left behind a grateful nation that will forever honor their memory, brave actions, and unyielding love for their Country.


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.

The Cape May County Veterans' Bureau provides service to countywide veterans to eliminate the need to travel long distances to obtain veterans' benefits, program information and assistance.

We can provide assistance in applying for the following benefits:
Please visit the Veterans Administration, Federal Benefits for Veterans, State of New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs and the NJ Veterans Benefits Guide for further information and New Jersey Veterans' benefits. The Resource Guide for New Jersey Military Veterans and Families provides information on programs and support for New Jersey Veterans.
U.S. Air Force Veteran Seal
U.S. Army Veteran Seal
U.S. Coast Guard Veteran Seal
U.S. Marine Veteran Seal
U.S. Navy Veteran Seal
2016 Vets Day Flags