Middle Township is hosting a public meeting on Monday, July 2 from 5-6 p.m. at the Middle Township Municipal Building, 33 Mechanic Street in Cape May Court House. The topic of discussion for the meeting is the Township’s interest in applying for a streetscape grant.

The Township is applying for the Transportation Alternatives Set Aside Program, which is a grant for construction and design of streetscape projects, funded by the Federal government and administered by the State. The program prioritizes community-based projects designed to strengthen the cultural, aesthetic, and environmental aspects of the inter-modal (bike, pedestrian, transit, and vehicle) systems.

The purpose of the meeting is to acquire input from the community regarding pedestrian and bike safety, beautification, traffic-flow, and parking improvements in the heart of Middle Township’s downtown district, on Mechanic and Main Streets (Route 9).


Public Meeting to discuss downtown Cape May Court House Streetscape Improvements.


Monday, July 2 from 5-6 p.m.


Middle Township Municipal Building, 33 Mechanic Street, Cape May Court House.


To receive public input on beautification and improvements to downtown Cape May Court House.

For additional information or questions regarding this event, please contact Middle Township Business Administrator, Elizabeth Terenik at 609-465-8732 or eterenik@middletownship.com.

 About Middle Township, New Jersey

 Situated in the heart of Cape May County, Middle Township, New Jersey is easily accessible from the Garden State Parkway, Route 9 and Route 47 with an abundance of shopping, dining, waterfront communities, boating opportunities, world class golfing, campgrounds, attractions and historical landmarks. Over the years, Middle Township has experienced a population increase of more than 15% due to its outstanding location, quality of life and abundance of developable land.

 Middle Township is home to a nationwide favorite, the Cape May County Park and Zoo. Celebrating 40 years in business, the free zoo is the region’s largest tourism attraction boasting more than 550 wild animals including a newborn giraffe, African lions, snow leopards and more! In 2017, the Zoo was named one of the Top 10 Best New Jersey Attractions by USA TODAY’s 10Best Reader’s Choice Travel Awards. The Township serves as the county seat with an active business environment and countless amenities that make it a unique place to live, work, and play. For more information on Middle Township, please call 609-465-8732, or visit www.middletownship.com.