COVID-19 VIRUS INFORMATION
*As of 10/15/2021, Atlantic City has 4,208 confirmed cases of Coronavirus (100 Deaths). Atlantic County has 33,981 confirmed cases (726 Deaths).
Atlantic City Hotline (833)359-0084
Temporary Outdoor Dining Information Documents:
- Cover Letter for Outdoor Seating Application – COVID 19
- Outdoor seating check list (COVID 19)
- Outdoor Seating Application – COVID 19
- NJ Dept of Health Executive Directive 20-014 for Temporary OutdoorDining (0603.20)
- Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 150
- Hold Harmless – 6-12-2020
Factsheets & Newsletters:
- NJ Pandemic EBT flyer-Eng Span Ar Frch Hindi
- NJ Dept. of Human Services Immigration Fact Sheet-English
- NJ Dept. of Human Services Immigration Fact Sheet-Spanish
- newsletter May 10
- newsletter May 17
- newsletter May 24
- newsletter May 31
- newsletter June 7
- South Jersey Gas Outreach Team – Energy Assistance Programs
- newsletter June 28
- newsletter July 5
- newsletter July 12
In response to the Coronavirus Health Crisis and in an attempt to curtail the further spread of the coronavirus, please be advised that commencing Friday March 20, 2020, all City of Atlantic City municipal buildings are closed to the public until April 20, 2020 tentatively. Code enforcement and construction inspection services will be provided on an emergency basis. If you need to contact a specific department during the revised hours of operation, please call or email that department using the Department Directory on this site. City Administration reserves the right to revise the above as circumstances dictate.
Please be advised all open court sessions at the Atlantic City Municipal Court are postponed beginning Monday, March 16th through Friday, April 17th. If you are involved in a case scheduled during this time, the matter will be postponed and you will be notified of the rescheduled date by mail.
Please contact the court @ 609-347-5560 for any questions and concerns.
- Permit applications are recommended to be online at:
If unable to reach by phone at 609.347-5660, Clerical questions about permit status / inspection request should be directed (via email) to (according to street address):
Street Address begins with: Contact Person Email Address
- E, H, J, Elevators (Shore Communities) Tara Dato: firstname.lastname@example.org
- A, D, I, P, Casinos Cynthia Wright: email@example.com
- B, C, F, G, L, Q Joyce Mollineaux: firstname.lastname@example.org
- K, M, O, S, Y, Z Lamont Thomas: LThomas@cityofatlanticcity.org
- N, R, T, V, W, X Lez Lee Warren: Lwarren@cityofatlanticcity.org
If unable to reach by phone, Subcode Official questions about permit status / inspection request should be directed (via email) to:
|Trade||Official||Cell Phone #||Email Address|
|• Building||Ron Casdia:||609-350-8796||RCasdia@cityofatlanticcity.org|
|• Electric||Martin Block:||email@example.com|
|• Plumbing||Thomas McGonigle:||609-289-2282||TMcGonigle@cityofatlanticcity.org|
|• Fire||Brian Cummings:||609-437-6867||BCummings@cityofatlanticcity.org|
|• Elevator||Wilson Grant:||609-350-8796||WGrant@cityofatlanticcity.org|
If unable to reach by phone at 609-432-9626, the Construction Official can answers questions or concerns regarding the uniform construction code, unsafe conditions, etc., via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Protect Yourself From Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID – 19)
Older adults and people who have severe underlying chronic medical conditions like heart and lung disease or diabetes seem to be at higher risk for developing more serious complications from COVID-19.
- Know How It Spreads and Symptoms
- It’s presently being spread from person to person, people who are close contact with each other (sick to well). It’s recommended to keep at least 6 feet apart.
- It’s passed through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes.
- When the droplets lands on our hands then transferred to the mouth, nose, and eyes is the pathways to infection along with touching surfaces like door knobs, faucet handles, counter top surfaces, and etc. that may have been contaminated with COVID – 19.
- Flu like symptoms; fever, coughing, sneezing and shortness of breath.
- Symptoms may take 2 to 14 days to produce illness.
Take Steps To Protect Yourself
- Clean your hands often. Wash with soap and water, vigorously wash on and between your fingers, thumbs, and your wrists. Wash for at least 20 seconds, and especially after coughing, sneezing, and blowing your nose.
- The use of sanitizer is recommended, make sure it has at least 60% alcohol. Read the label.
- Avoid touching your face with your hands
Avoid Close Contact
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick
- If COVID-19 is spreading in our community, those with higher risk it is especially important to keep away from sick people.
- Avoid gathering events of 50 or more people per CDC.
Take Steps To Protect Others
- If you are SICK, stay home, call your doctor and or your medical provider. They will give you instructions on what to do. HOW EVER IF YOU FIND YOURSELF IN EXTREME RESPATORY DISTRESS, SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.
- It’s a good idea to have some over the counter fever reducing medication (Tylenol, Aspirin, Ibuprofen), and plenty of fluids.
- Cover Coughs and Sneezes with your inner arm or use tissues and handkerchiefs. Throw used tissues into the trash and do not hold them in your hands.
- Wash your hands immediately, Soap and Water. Use sanitizer if not close to a hand wash sink, but as soon as possible wash those hands.
- Clean and disinfect as often as you can within your home and work space; door knobs, sink faucet handles, counter tops, cell phones, computer key boards. Focus on area in which you touch with your hands.
- You can find EPA recommended disinfectants at your local supermarket, warehouse stores, and hardware stores.
Lastly masks are you’re the sick, well people who wear masks tend to touch their face often trying to get it to fit correctly.