Although one of New Jersey’s smallest communities, Cape May Point is rich in the commitment of its residents -- both full and part-time -- to preserving the Point’s natural treasures and neighborly attitude. People refer to it as, “The Point Way,” and it reflects the love and respect people have for this community.
Our borough government is small and responsive and concentrates on delivering core services and addressing critical safety, security and environmental priorities in a fiscally responsible manner. Keeping taxes low requires prioritization and a lot of citizen involvement.
A borough official recently estimated the value of volunteer contributions to the Point at $250,000 per year!
Some opportunities are ongoing, but there are many things that require no long term or major commitment. And, volunteering is a great way to get to know the Point and your neighbors!
Here are just a few examples of what you could do to contribute to the Point: