Dennis is a small, family-friendly community nestled in the heart of South Jersey. We pride ourselves in being good neighbors and with that goal in mind, we strive to provide our residents with the information they need to keep up to date and make informed decisions regarding their lives in our community.
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Latest News & Notices
Due to recent events, the Township of Dennis is moving to a modified services schedule. The goal of our plan is to reduce human contact, while continuing to operate essential services for our township residents.
The Township of Dennis has contracted with Pineland Construction & Recycling, LLC to provide bulk trash collection on a temporary basis, with the exception of “white goods”.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact upon us all. During these especially trying days, the Old School House Museum is looking at ways to record our experiences for future generations.
The Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority will temporarily suspend the acceptance of non-commercial private customer generated solid waste and/or recyclables at its Transfer Station convenience center.
COVID-19 is a virus that is a cause of an outbreak of a respiratory illness. Coronavirus was first detected in Wuhan, China linked to seafood and animal market, and now spreading person-to-person.
The Inspector General of Social Security has designated a National “Slam the Scam” Day to warn Americans about widespread phone scams where callers impersonate government officials, to gain your trust and steal your money.
Mayor Matalucci announced today that January has been designated Radon Action Month by Dennis Township, in cooperation with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Radon Program.
Departments of Health and Mosquito Control will be working together to distribute 31,320 vaccine-laden baits throughout the mainland communities of Cape May County
Old School House Museum curator Ray Rebmann has published a book: Prohibition in Cape May County, Wetter than the Atlantic, which will be officially published Monday, August 19.
Emergency Cell Phone Calling
In case of an Emergency dial 911 immediately. If possible, call 911 from a landline, but if you are on a cellphone please follow these directions:
- If your phone has GPS location tracking, turn that on (if not on by default) and use your phone’s map app to determine your location. Most all newer cellphones have this function.
- If your phone does not have this function or you don’t know how to use it, be as specific as possible about your location. Identify local intersections, buildings, landmarks or anything else that can help direct First Responders.
- Remain on the line with the 911 Dispatcher until help arrives.
Dennis Township was recently made aware of emails being sent to residents in the name of our tax collector and maybe other officials. These emails are not legitimate and are not being sent from our email system. These emails are spoofing emails – fraudulent emails drafted to appear as if they are being sent by Dennis Township. Dennis Township is conducting an investigation into these emails. We ask residents not to respond to these emails or take any actions requested in the email. Dennis Township will not send emails to residents regarding tax bills. Any questions related to tax bills should be directed to Monica Heim at 609-861-9703.
Code Red Alerts
For Code Red alerts, please follow this link to our Emergency Management page for detailed information.
Township Committee Meeting Schedule
The State has adopted legislation that has made it possible for The Township to hold Committee Meetings via electronic means. While this scenario is not ideal, the Township believes it is necessary to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of our citizens. Therefore, we will be having video conference Township Meeting on the following dates and times in accordance with the law:
Jan. 05, 2021 (Reorganization – 5:30 pm)
Jan. 26, 2021 (Worksession & Regular – 5:30 pm)
Feb. 09, 2021 (Worksession & Regular – 5:30 pm)
Feb. 23, 2021 (Regular – 5:30 pm)
Mar. 09, 2021 (Worksession & Regular – 5:30 pm)
Mar. 23, 2021 (Regular – 5:30 pm)
Apr. 13, 2021 (Worksession & Reg – 5:30 pm)
Apr. 27, 2021 (Regular – 5:30 pm)
May 11, 2021 (Worksession & Reg – 5:30 pm)
May 25, 2021 (Regular – 5:30 pm)
June 08, 2021 (Worksession & Reg –5:30 pm)
June 22, 2021 (Regular – 5:30 pm)
July 13, 2021 (Worksession & Reg – 5:30 pm)
July 27, 2021 (Regular – 5:30 pm)
Aug. 10, 2021 (Worksession & Reg – 5:30 pm)
Aug. 24, 2021 (Regular – 5:30 pm)
Sept. 14, 2021 (Worksession & Reg – 5:30 pm)
Sept. 28, 2021 (Regular – 5:30 pm)
Oct. 12, 2021 (Worksession & Reg – 5:30 pm)
Oct. 26, 2021 (Regular – 5:30 pm)
Nov. 09, 2021 (Worksession & Reg – 5:30 pm)
Nov. 16, 2021 (Regular – 5:30 pm)
Dec. 14, 2021 (Worksession & Reg – 5:30 pm)
Dec. 28, 2021 (Regular – 5:30 pm)
There are several options for the public to attend the virtual meeting and interact if need be:
Option 1) Join the video conference and be able to see, hear, and participate during the meeting. This is how the Township Committee Members will be participating in the meeting.
- Download the "Zoom Cloud Meeting" app on your phone or computer.
- Sign up for a free Zoom account.
- Log into the meeting at or before 5:30 pm using the link below:
Meeting ID: 896 2266 6129 || Password: 175221
Option 2) Join the meeting over the telephone. You will be able to hear and speak during the meeting, but not see the video.
- Call (929) 205-6099 from any telephone:
- Enter the meeting ID: 896 2266 6129
- Enter the password: 175221
- It will ask you for a participant ID. You can enter a number of your choosing or just hit #.
2020 Town Holiday Schedule
Martin Luther King Day – January 20
Lincoln’s Birthday – February 12
President’s Day – February 17
Good Friday – April 10
Memorial Day – May 25
Independence Day – July 3
Columbus Day – October 12
General Election Day – November 3
Veteran’s Day – November 11
Thanksgiving Day – November 27
Day After Thanksgiving – November 28
Christmas Day – December 25