The Executive Office includes the function of County Administrator. The Internal Auditor, Treasurer's Office, Capital Planning, all County Departments, and the County Library System report directly to the County Administrator's office.
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Effective Sunday, April 18 through the evening commute on Monday, April 19, a road closure/detour will be in effect on Delilah Road in Pleasantville between Main Street and Route 9 for emergency repairs by the City of Pleasantville to a sewer main break.
Motorists are advised to follow the posted detour and allow extra travel time or seek an alternate route.
EHT Traffic Advisories - Week of April 19-25 for work by NJ Turnpike Authority
On Monday, April 19 through Sunday, April 25 (excluding Wednesday and Thursday), a detour will be in place 24 hours a day in the eastbound lane of Mill Road, between Fire Road and Old Zion Road. Motorists should follow the posted detour or seek an alternate route.
On Wednesday, April 21 and Thursday, April 22, a detour of both the eastbound and westbound lanes of Mill Road will be in effect, between Fire Road and Old Zion Road, 9 AM – 5 PM, weather permitting. Access to Patcong Road will be available. Traffic directors will be on site to assist motorists.
On Monday, April 19 through Friday, April 23 (excluding Wednesday and Thursday), a one lane alternating traffic pattern will be in effect on Zion Road, between Bargaintown Road and Old Zion Road, 7 AM – 3 PM, weather permitting.
On Monday, April 19 through Friday, April 23, a one lane alternating traffic pattern will be in effect on Steelmanville Road, between Ocean Heights Avenue and Blackman Road, 7 AM – 3 PM, weather permitting.
Ocean Heights Avenue
On Monday, April 19 through Friday, April 23, a one lane alternating traffic pattern will be in effect on Ocean Heights Avenue, between Steelmanville Road and Blackman Road, 7 AM – 3 PM, weather permitting.
Eighth Street Bridge, Folsom
Beginning on or about Tuesday, April 13 until further notice, the Eighth Street bridge over Penny Pot Stream in Folsom Borough, between Blue Anchor Road (CR 561) and Second Road (CR 559), will be closed to traffic after an inspection revealed extensive damage to the superstructure of the bridge, mandating its closure until the bridge can be replaced.
A full detour for Eighth Street will be in effect. Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes and plan travel time accordingly.
UPDATE - New York Avenue Bridge, Hamilton Township
Atlantic County is scheduled to issue a Notice to Proceed as of March 24 for design work for the New York Avenue Bridge in Hamilton Township, the first step in the construction of a bridge replacement.
The New York Avenue bridge over Gravelly Run, between Reega Avenue and Route 40, was closed to traffic in February after a field inspection found structural damage that was confirmed by an engineering underwater dive team.
The design phase of the project will take several months and be followed by a bidding process and contract award, Construction could begin in the fall.
UPDATE - New York Avenue Bridge, Hamilton Township
After an inspection and evaluation, the New York Avenue bridge over Gravelly Run in Hamilton Township, between Reega Avenue and Route 40, will remain closed to traffic until further notice.
The damage assessment by an engineering underwater dive team revealed extensive damage to the superstructure of the bridge, requiring its closure.
Motorists are advised to seek an alternate route and plan travel time accordingly.
Cotton Mill Bridge, Mays Landing
Beginning Monday, March 23, Cotton Mill Bridge in Mays Landing will be closed to all traffic until further notice for a full bridge replacement. Route 40/50 will serve as the detour route. Motorists should follow the posted detour and plan travel time accordingly or seek an alternate route.
Businesses on Main Street and Mill Street will remain open, unless otherwise impacted by COVID-19 closures.
Atlantic County Prescription Discount Card
Americans are paying more for prescription drugs than ever before. Without prescription coverage, staying healthy can come at a high price. The Atlantic County Prescription Discount Card provided to you in a joint effort with the National Association of Counties (NACo), can save you money on many of your prescription purchases.
Any county resident without prescription coverage can use this program. If you have insurance for prescription drugs, you may still benefit from the discount card, since it may save you money on prescription drugs your existing plan does not cover.
Everyone is eligible!
No income requirements
No age requirements
Unlimited use for the whole family
The Atlantic County Prescription Discount Card is:
Valuable. Save an average of 24% off the pharmacy’s regular price on all commonly prescribed prescriptions and an average savings of 50% on 90-day supplies of select generics through mail service. Savings are also available on high-tech and injectable drugs through the Caremark specialty pharmacy.
Easy. There are no claim forms to fill out and no annual fee to pay.
Convenient. There are more than 59,000 participating pharmacies nationwide, over 50 are located right here in the county!
The MyCountyCares Dental Plan can save participating members on savings of up to 60% on most dental procedures including routine oral exams, dentures, root canals, crowns and more.