Welcome to the Township of Dennis, Located in beautiful Cape May County, New Jersey. This website was designed to provide our residents with information about our Township such as Public Notices, Services, Special events, Activities, Senior Center, Recreation Center, Museum & History Center and our Historic Home Owner's Assoc.
|HALLOWEEN NOTICEPlease be advised that Trick or Treat in Dennis Township will be on Monday, October 31st, 2016 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. [End 11/01/2016]
|Dennis Township Education Association's PRIDE CommitteeThe Dennis Township Education Association's PRIDE Committee invites members of the local business community, parents, grandparents, friends and neighbors to the Dennis Township School Board "Meet the Candidates" Night. This event will be facilitated by the League of Women Voters Join concerned residents on NOVEMBER 3, 2016 from 6:30 - 7:30pm at the Primary School on Hagan Road. Take advantage of this opportunity to meet and greet the candidates running for the Dennis Township School Board so you can make an informed decision at the polls on Tuesday, November 8th. Light refreshments will be served. [End 11/03/2016]
|FOOD DRIVEIn recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the New Jersey State Police are sponsoring a Field Operations Food Drive. Please help by showing support for our State Police by donating any canned good, rice, powdered milk,cereal, pasta or baby food in the box located at town hall. Items will be collected until October 31st. Help make this food drive a success by stopping in at town hall with your donations. [End 10/31/2016]
|DENNIS TOWNSHIP CLEAN COMMUNITIES PROGRAMNew Jersey Clean Communities is a statewide, comprehensive, litter-abatement program created by the passage of the Clean Communities Act in 1986. The Act provides a funding source for the program by placing a tax on fifteen categories of businesses that may produce litter-generating products.
Dennis Township is awarded grant money each year to implement a litter abatement program that incorporates the elements of cleanup, enforcement and education. Much of this money is used for the pickup of litter along township roadways and public lands by volunteer groups such as the scouts, church, school or civic groups. Clean Communities Grant Guidelines allow contributions to these volunteer groups for community cleanup days or other authorized cleanups and they are limited to $500 per volunteer group per event, per location or roadway mile.
If your group would like to participate in the program or if you know of a township roadway or public property that could use a cleanup, please email firstname.lastname@example.org