More than 60 business owners and entrepreneurs packed Middle Township’s recent workshop to learn about a variety of resources, including low-interest loans, tax credits, free marketing tools and more. The township organized a panel of experts from diverse organizations for the Business Resource Workshop, which was […]
Middle Township reminds residents to keep their pets safe during extreme temperatures such as those predicted this week.
The Township Ordinance dictates that animals be brought inside when the temperature is expected to go below 40 degrees and dogs in Middle Township cannot be chained or tethered outside after dark. As a reminder, metal water bowls […]
Sustainable Jersey representatives announced today that Middle Township has met the rigorous requirements to achieve Sustainable Jersey certification. Middle Township is one of 70 towns that have attained certification in 2017 and was honored at the Sustainable Jersey awards luncheon on Tuesday, November 14 in Atlantic […]
Is your dog adorable? Middle Township is seeking a charming Top Dog 2018 to represent Middle Township on its Animal Advisory Board web page, be featured on various flyers and displays throughout the year, and to remind residents to license their dog in January. The 2018 Top Dog will be awarded a 2018 license and […]
The route for Middle Township´s Christmas Parade on Friday, December 1, has been changed. The parade will begin at 6 p.m. on Pacific Avenue in Cape May Court House, proceed north on Route 9 and then turn left onto Mechanic Street. Judging will be held in front of the Cape May County Library, and […]
Middle Township and its partners will host a free business resource, funding and financing workshop the morning of Tuesday, December 5, at the Municipal Building, 33 Mechanic Street, Cape May Court House. The event will highlight tools and programs available to establish, enhance or expand a business in various industries, including agriculture, aquaculture, fishing, hospitality, […]
The Goshen Recreation Building will be closing today and remain closed this weekend (November 17th-19th) due to gym floor construction.
The MLK Center Gym will be open to the public with regular hours while the Goshen gym is closed.