Thursday, December 6, 2018

East Coast Helicopter Tours receives 2018 Best of Wildwood Award


East Coast Helicopter Tours, LLC has been selected for the 2018 Best of Wildwood Award in the Helicopter Tour Agency category by the Wildwood Award Program.

Each year, the Wildwood Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community.

These exceptional companies help make the Wildwood area a great place to live, work and play.

Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2018 Wildwood Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Wildwood Award Program and data provided by third parties.

East Coast Helicopter Tours runs seven days a week during the summer season, located at the back of Morey's Piers' Adventure Pier (Boardwalk & Spicer Avenue).

For more information, visit

Monday, December 3, 2018

Cape May County police raise funds to help local man through No-Shave November Campaign


This November Police Officers across the Nation, including those from Cape May County participated in the No-Shave November Campaign.

The goal of No-Shave November is to grow awareness by embracing our hair, which many cancer patients lose, and letting it grow wild and free and donate the money you typically spend on shaving and grooming, to educate cancer prevention, save lives and aid those fighting this battle.

The members of the Cape May County Chiefs of Police Association, collectively chose to support a local resident and member of the United States Army National Guard, 253rd Transportation Company; Richard Burrows. This past August Richard was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor, defined as a grade 3 Alaplastic Oligodendroglioma, which required a craniotomy to remove a 6cm mass, approximately the size of a golf ball from his frontal lobe.

Richard is required to travel daily to the Perlemen Center in Philadelphia for treatments. Therefore, the men and women of the law enforcement agencies of Cape May County, and the members of the Cape May County Chiefs of Police Association, are proud to present a check to the Burrows Family in the amount of $17,265.00. We hope that these funds will help offset the costs of the daily travel expenses of gas, tolls and food while traveling for treatment.

We wish Richard and his family the best of luck with his continued fight against cancer.

Thank you to all that donated and supported the No-Shave November program, wherever you are!

As we proceed into the holiday season, please keep all those battling this horrible disease, including Richard Burrows, in your thoughts and prayers.

On behalf of all law enforcement officers in Cape May County, we hope you have a safe, joyous and peaceful holiday season.

Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah, Feliz Navidad and Happy New Year to you and your families.

Please be safe!

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

11th Annual Family Holiday Celebration kicks off this Saturday, December 1st, at the Wildwoods Convention Center

The 11th Annual Wildwoods Family Holiday Celebration will be the first to see the event extended to include two weekends of Christmas festivities.

The merriment begins this Saturday, December 1, with a full day of activities - a bazaar, live entertainment, movies, tree lighting and, of course, SANTA! - at the Wildwoods Convention Center.

Festivities will continue next weekend, with the beloved Greater Wildwood Jaycees Christmas Parade and Byrne Plaza Christmas Tree Lighting on Friday, December 7.

(Additional events will include the inaugural Christmas in the Plaza on December 7 & 8, Hereford Inlet Lighthouse Christmas Tree Lighting on December 7 and the Pinch the GrYnch Boardwalk 5K Run on December 8).

Below is this Saturday's schedule of fun at the Wildwoods Convention Center.

For additional info and updates on the Wildwoods Family Holiday Celebration, check out

Monday, November 26, 2018

North Wildwood sponsoring 30th Annual Holiday Decorating Contest


The City of North Wildwood is sponsoring its Annual Holiday Decorating Contest. All residents of North Wildwood are welcome to join in this festive occasion.

Each category will be judged on the following:

  • Most Creative
  • Best Theme
  • Most Original
  • Best Decorated
  • Best Illuminated

Forms may be obtained at the following locations:
  • North Wildwood Recreation Center @ 900 Central Avenue
  • North Wildwood City Hall @ 901 Atlantic Avenue
  • Crest Savings Bank @ 5th & New Jersey Avenue

* If you are unable to up a form, call 609-522-2955 and we can drop one off at your home or business or mail or email one to you.

The deadline for entries will be NO LATER than Friday, December 14.

Judging will be held during the week of December 17, from 5:30 to 10 PM.

Awards will be presented on Thursday, December 20 at the North Wildwood Recreation Center at 6 PM.

For additional information, please call Jodie DiEduardo at 609-523-2728.

Monday, November 19, 2018

North Wildwood Police Department accepting applications for Summer 2019 employment


The North Wildwood Police Department has employment opportunities for mature adults looking for positions related to the field of criminal justice.

We are extremely proud to be the starting point for many seasonal officers who were trained in North Wildwood and went on to continue their careers in law enforcement. Former SLEO II officers have gone on to have successful careers in various municipal, state and federal law enforcement agencies throughout the country.

Applications are now being accepted for the 2019 summer academy. SLEO II applicants must be able to perform the essential functions of police work and are subject to a background investigation that will include a criminal history, driver’s license and reference checks. Applicants are then given an interview followed by a physical fitness evaluation and a mental health evaluation.

The physical fitness evaluation will be in line with the entry level requirements of the Cape May County Police Academy. Drug testing will also be held prior to and/or during academy training.

Should you desire additional information in reference to the application process, please contact Officer Eric Nevil via e-mail at or at 609-522-2030, ext. 1511.

Applications can be found on our website at and must be received before March 31, 2019. The City of North Wildwood is an Equal Opportunity employer.

Friday, November 16, 2018

The Wildwoods named among "Top Destinations for Creating Vacation Memories" by AARP Travel Center

Image Via: Grazias


AARP Travel Center, powered by Expedia – one of the top travel websites – has announced that the Wildwoods are among the top destinations for creating vacation memories.

To determine the top destinations for creating vacation memories, AARP Travel Center surveyed nearly 1,000 American travelers over the age of 45. Based on the results, AARP Travel Center pinpointed some of the most popular destinations across the country where travelers have had unforgettable experiences – and the Wildwoods were among the list of destinations.

“We are honored that travelers throughout the country have recognized the Wildwoods as one of the top destinations for creating unforgettable vacation memories,” said John Siciliano, executive director/CFO of GWTIDA (Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement & Development Authority). “We pride ourselves in being a favored, multi-generational family friendly resort destination with activities and amenities for everyone to enjoy,” he continued.

With over 160 FREE events and festivals held annually, a five-mile stretch of FREE beautiful, white-sand beaches – voted “Best Beaches in New Jersey” – and a two-mile world-renowned boardwalk with its vast array of amusements, waterparks, arcades, games, shops and eateries, the Wildwoods offers a Jersey Shore tourism experience sure to create lifelong memories, and beckon visitors back year after year.

The Wildwoods’ beaches, often named “Best Beaches in New Jersey,” stretch for five miles across the shores of North Wildwood, Wildwood and Wildwood Crest, and the Wildwoods’ sparkling, clean beaches are unlike most seashore resorts in that they are spaciously wide and completely FREE. They are the perfect spot for swimming, soaking up the sun, relaxing or taking a leisurely walk on a hot summer day.

For those looking for some adventure, the Wildwoods’ beaches also serve as an ideal location for surfing, boogie boarding, power boating, jet skiing, sailing, kayaking and whale watching.

Overlooking the pristine beaches of the Wildwoods is the famous Wildwoods Boardwalk, offering a unique experience for anyone vacationing in New Jersey.

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Holiday 2018 events in the Wildwoods!


Enjoy the 2018 holiday season in the Wildwoods with an exciting month filled with fun for the entire family.

With festive activities and holiday events, along with exciting year-round attractions, there are plenty of ways to create holiday memories in this resort town. Check in to the Wildwoods; then check out the many ways to make the holiday season special for you and your whole family.

A number of Wildwoods hotels are open during the holiday season, and a number of vacation rentals are offering low, off-season rates and specials.

Visit to see a list of places to stay in the Wildwoods.

Local wineries, craft microbreweries and distilleries offer local wines, beers, and spirits not found anywhere else and are located just minutes away.

Looking for something fun for the whole family? Take a day trip to the Cape May County Park & Zoo. Enjoy 85 acres of wildlife habitat with free year-round admission. You will discover more than 500 animals – including snow leopards, African lions, and bald eagles.

For more information on the Cape May County Park & Zoo, please visit

If relaxation is on your holiday bucket list, there’s plenty of “chill” activities to enjoy. Be awed by mother nature with a mesmerizing sunrise and morning stroll along the beach; grab your walking shoes and binoculars and spend a day wandering through a local nature preserve; or enjoy a relaxing bike ride on the famous Wildwoods’ Boardwalk or a romantic stroll along the water’s edge.

End the day with an awe-inspiring, spectacular sunset viewed from the banks of beautiful Sunset Lake in Wildwood Crest.

The schedule of 2018 holiday events taking place in the Wildwoods includes:*

Saturday, December 1
Family Holiday Celebration
Kick off the holiday season with the annual Family Holiday Celebration at the Wildwoods Convention Center! It will be sparkling with holiday lights and filled with the sounds of holiday music as the FREE Wildwoods Family Holiday Celebration continues from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. with a full day of shopping, crafts, face painting, local school children’s choruses & band performances, music, dance performances, a magician, FREE holiday movies and a special visit from Santa Claus.

Saturday’s exciting and fun-filled entertainment schedule for the Family Holiday Celebration is as follows:

9 a.m. – Margaret Mace Choir
9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. – Face Painters
9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. – Shopping Bazaar, Children’s Craft Making Table, Free Holiday Movies and Stocking Making Table
9:30 a.m. – Cape Trinity Catholic Choir
10 a.m. – Cape May Dance Company
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. – Balloon Twisting
11 a.m. – Wildwood Catholic High School
11:30 a.m. – Santa Claus Arrives
Noon – Magician Ken Northridge
1 p.m. – Glenwood School Choir
1:20 p.m. – Wildwood Middle School Choir
1:40 p.m. – Wildwood High School Choir
2 p.m. – Avalon String Band
3 p.m. – Crest Memorial School Choir
3:30 p.m. – The Turning Pointe Dance Studio
4:30 p.m. – Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

You can also grab a seat and enjoy FREE holiday movie classics. The movie schedule is as follows:

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9:30 a.m. – Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
10:30 a.m. – Frosty the Snowman
11:30 a.m. – Santa Claus is Coming to Town
12:30 p.m. – Mr. Magoo’s Christmas Carol
1:30 p.m. – How the Grinch Stole Christmas (cartoon version)
2 p.m. – A Charlie Brown Christmas
2:30 p.m. – Polar Express (G)

Don’t miss your chance to take part in these fun-filled, FREE holiday events! Bring the entire family and share the holiday season with your loved ones in the Wildwoods. For additional information about the Family Holiday Celebration, please call 609-729-9000 or visit

Friday, December 7
Greater Wildwoods Jaycees Christmas Parade
The Greater Wildwood Jaycees Christmas Parade will kick off at 6:30 p.m. at 16th and Central Avenues in North Wildwood and will proceed south along Central Avenue and continue down Pacific Avenue through the Holly Beach Station Mall until Rio Grande Avenue in Wildwood where it heads west towards New Jersey Avenue and back north to Oak Avenue. At Oak Avenue, it heads east toward Pacific Avenue ending at Byrne Plaza where the awards ceremony will be held immediately followed by the Tree Lighting Ceremony at 7:30 p.m.

Registration will begin at 5 p.m. at the North Wildwood Recreation Center (10th and Central Avenues). Lineup will begin at 5:30 p.m. and the parade will start promptly at 6:30 p.m. There is no fee to submit a float entry for the parade. Trophies will be awarded to winners in four different categories. Awards will be given in the following divisions: Community Service, Commercial, Marching Bands and Public Service, and Individual/Small Group.

The rain date for the parade will be Sunday, December 9. Should the parade be postponed due to rain, the start time will be 5 p.m., with lineup at 4:30 p.m. If the weather is uncertain, tune in to 98.7 the Coast or visit for confirmation.

For additional information about the Greater Wildwood Jaycees Christmas Parade, call 609-729-5501 or visit

Friday, December 7 & Saturday, December 8
NEW! Christmas on the Plaza
New for 2018, there will be a Christmas on the Plaza event at Byrne Plaza at Oak and Pacific Avenues in Wildwood. This event will feature a craft bazaar, children's entertainment, music and refreshments! Hours are Friday, 5-10 p.m. and Saturday, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.

For additional information about Christmas on the Plaza, visit

Friday, December 7
Hereford Inlet Lighthouse Christmas Tree Lighting
Also on Friday, December 7, it’s the Hereford Inlet Lighthouse Christmas Tree Lighting from 4:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.! The festive ceremony will take place at the Hereford Inlet Lighthouse Courtyard, 1st & Central Avenues, in North Wildwood. The event includes music, refreshments, a free tour of the lighthouse and Santa Claus! Admission is free.

For additional information on the Hereford Inlet Lighthouse Christmas Tree Lighting, call 609-522-2955 or visit

Saturday, December 8
Pinch the GrYnch Boardwalk 5K Run
The ‘Pinch the GrYnch’ Boardwalk 5K Run is fun for all ages! The event starts at 10 a.m. – rain or shine – with registration at 9 a.m. inside the Wildwoods Convention Center. Participants are encouraged to dress in festive holiday outfits. The race route will run south on the Wildwoods Boardwalk to Cresse Avenue, make a turn around and head north to 21st Street. Another turn will lead runners back to the Convention Center where refreshments will be served and prizes will be awarded.

Registration is $30 per person or $15 if you donate a new, unwrapped toy for local children in need. For additional information or to register for the ‘Pinch the GrYnch’ Boardwalk 5K Run, call 609-849-8887 or visit

Sunday, December 16
Christmas Concert and Holy Nativity
There will be a Christmas concert & holy nativity featuring The Notre Dame de la Mer Parish's Adult, Contemporary, and Children’s Choirs accompanied by brass, strings, woodwinds, percussion, piano and organ under the the direction of Jonathan Delgado. The event begins at 6 p.m. at Saint Ann Church at 2901 Atlantic Avenue in Wildwood. A free-will offering will be taken.

Enjoy the holiday season in the Wildwoods this year with these fun-filled, free family events!

For additional information about the Wildwoods, visit or call 800-992-9732.

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Christmas Parade & Santa Claus, Christmas on the Plaza with Ice Skating, Beer Garden and MORE in Downtown Wildwood - December 7th & 8th


Byrne Plaza, Downtown Wildwood’s new event space at Pacific and Oak Avenues, will be the final destination of the Greater Wildwood Jaycees Christmas Parade on Friday, December 7, 2018!

Spectators are invited to come to Byrne Plaza to watch the parade and enjoy Christmas on the Plaza while waiting for Santa to arrive and light the Byrne Plaza Christmas Tree.

Christmas on the Plaza will feature Family Entertainment, Ice Skating, a Beer Garden, Fire Pits, Craft Vendors and Food Vendors on December 7th, from 5 to 9 PM, and on Saturday, December 8th, from 10 AM to 5 PM.

The Greater Wildwood Jaycees Christmas parade will kick off at 6:30 PM on Friday at 15th and Central Avenues in North Wildwood, head through Downtown Wildwood on Pacific Avenue and end at Byrne Plaza after circling back via New Jersey Avenue.

Many Downtown Wildwood bars, shops and restaurants will be open and decorated for the holidays!

In addition to great shopping, delicious food and beverages, these establishments will also offer an excellent view of the parade.

Find up to date Christmas on the Plaza information at: facebook@christmasontheplaza.

For information about the Greater Wildwood Jaycees Christmas Parade or the 9th Annual Holiday Decorating Contest for Businesses, please contact the Greater Wildwood Jaycees at 609-729-5501 or visit

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Further details on Morey's Piers' "Runaway Tram Car" - new coaster for 2019

Courtesy of Jack Rouse Associates

Earlier today, Morey's Piers posted a sneak peek of their major new attraction for 2019 - a runaway tram car-themed roller coaster coming to Surfside Pier!

We have since learned some additional info, in addition to a glimpse at the concept art for the ride's layout, courtesy of designer Jack Rouse Associates of Cincinnati, Ohio.

The project's official description reads:

"What happens when the boardwalk's Sightseer tram goes haywire? Find out on this twisting, turning attraction that coaster fans of all ages are sure to love."

YES, Morey's Piers is getting a new coaster for its 50th anniversary season - with a Tram Car theme!

Morey's Piers will celebrate its 50th anniversary season in 2019 and, well... was there ever any doubt that they'd be doing something BIG to mark the occasion?

Today, Morey's posted the above image along with the following on their official Facebook page:

Run for your lives! To celebrate our 50th Anniversary, we're letting something loose on Surfside Pier this summer. Our new family attraction will have you screaming "Watch the Runaway Tram Car Please!"

A "Runaway Tram Car?" This sounds uniquely WILDWOOD in the most absurdly delightful way possible!

Rumors of a major addition have been circulating for a while now, and were certainly stoked upon the announcement that the Flitzer would be permanently removed from Surfside Pier at the end of the recently-completed season.

With that work (and subsequent shuffling) now done, the footprint of a new attraction has taken shape.

An official announcement from Morey's Piers will be coming in the following weeks, likely after the new year.

Stay tuned, as this will undoubtedly be one big stories to follow over the offseason months...

Monday, November 12, 2018

Morey's Piers' Annual Holiday Sale offers deep discounts on Summer fun!


The Wildwoods, NJ – Morey’s Piers, located on the boardwalk of the Wildwoods, NJ, launches its annual holiday sale today. From now through January 4, 2019 savvy shoppers can find savings up to 40% for a season of wild rides and water park admission.

The classic seaside attraction’s signature Wild Pass offers unlimited summer fun for $275, a savings of $85 from the retail value of $360. The Wild Pass consists of one ride wristband per day valid for rides on all three piers and all day access to both beachfront water parks: Ocean Oasis Water Park and Beach Club and Raging Waters Water Park. Additional Wild Pass savings are available for age groups including children (under 42” tall), seniors and others.

The Wild Water Park Pass, a pass for water park admission only, is priced at $125 (regularly $190). The Wild Water Park Pass is good for one all-day water park wristband per day.

The Pier Wristband 10 Pack includes 10 individual all day pier passes for $410, saving Holiday Sale shoppers $160. The Wild Water Park 10 Pack includes 10 individual all day water park passes for $255, a savings of $195.

Gift givers will also find an array of thoughtful stocking stuffers, such as:

  • Winter Holiday Ticket Card: Features 75 ride tickets plus a booklet of valuable coupons such as discounts on water park admissions, games, food and more for $45.
  • Tram Car Ticket Book: Includes 25 one-way rides on the tram for $45.
  • Gift Cards ($25, $50, $100):  Can be applied towards any purchase at Morey’s Piers’ ticket booths, guest services, food and beverage outlets, Ocean Oasis and Raging Waters water parks and/or retail stores.

Online orders start on November 12 and can be purchased by visiting

Starting November 26, purchases can be made by phone at 1-866-MOREYS1 (phone lines open daily from 8:00am-8:00pm). In-person purchases start on December 17, Monday through Friday from 10:00am to 4:00pm, at the Starlux Hotel located at Rio Grande and Atlantic Avenues in Wildwood, NJ. Pricing does not include applicable tax or $2 standard shipping and handling fee.

For more information on Morey’s Piers, visit

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Friday, November 9, 2018

Wildwood Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 955 and American Legion Post 184 to hold rally against Agent Orange


WILDWOOD - Vietnam veterans in Cape May County are fed up with the lasting effects of Agent Orange!

On November 18th at 10 AM, veterans will gather at the corner lot of Route 9 and Route 47 to gain attention to the issues.

Agent Orange not only affects the men and women of the Vietnam war, it continues to spread to their families through birth.

Over the years, the VA, the government, and health insurers have turned a blind eye to the issues, and have failed to recognize the detrimental side effects to the use of dioxin and Agent Orange. For decades, veterans have rallied for support of Agent Orange with no luck. With an unknown total of health issues Agent Orange and dioxin has caused, finding a cure is out of sight.

American Legion Post 184 Commander Harry Weimar will lead the rally on the 18th like he has done in years prior.

"This is about finding a cure, and admitting Agent Orange has affecting us, our children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. Many veterans have already died from Agent Orange, and there are even more that do not know they are even affected."

Veterans, community leaders, and local residents are welcome to participate on site to gather media attention, raise awareness to the public, and showcase "the last battle" against Agent Orange.

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Wildwood Crest employees donate more than $1,100 through ‘Pink Out’ fundraiser


– A “Pink Out” fundraiser coordinated by the Borough of Wildwood Crest Wellness Committee has donated $1,150 to Love of Linda, a Cape May County non-profit organization that raises funds for families dealing with the effects of cancer.

Wildwood Crest Wellness Committee coordinator Nick Holland of the Wildwood Crest Recreation Department spearheaded a T-shirt drive among borough employees in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Employees made donations in exchange for a pink T-shirt that could be worn to work each Friday during the month of October.

Holland presented the money collected through the effort to Terry Hall and Margaret Clark of the Love of Linda organization at the regular bimonthly meeting of the Borough of Wildwood Crest Board of Commissioners on Wednesday, Oct 24.

For more information about the “Pink Out” fundraiser, contact the Wildwood Crest Recreation Department at 609-523-0202.

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

South Jersey Gas to conduct natural gas renewal project in Wildwood Crest


– South Jersey Gas has recently informed the Borough of Wildwood Crest of plans to conduct a natural gas renewal project that will affect some streets in the borough beginning Monday, Oct. 29.

The work is scheduled to be complete by December.

According to a fact sheet about the project sent to the borough, South Jersey Gas will be installing excess flow valves (EFVs) on the natural gas lines. These excess flow valves are mechanical safety devices designed to automatically shut off the flow of natural gas in the event of a service line break or excavation damage.

Work is scheduled to take place along the following streets in Wildwood Crest: Pacific Avenue, Seaview Avenue, New Jersey Avenue, Atlantic Avenue, E. Nashville Avenue, E. Atlanta Avenue, E. Farragut Road, Ocean Avenue, E. Stanton Road, E. Stockton Road, E. Orchid Road and E. Heather Road.

According to South Jersey Gas, work will take place Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. There is a possibility work may be performed on some Saturdays during the same times.

To ensure safety, there will be lane closures with traffic control personnel directing motorists and pedestrians around all work. South Jersey Gas has stated, however, that residents and businesses will have access to and from their properties at all times.

South Jersey Gas will need access to properties because this work will require a temporary shutdown of natural gas service. Every effort will be made to restore service as quickly as possible. According to South Jersey Gas, typically all work is completed within eight hours but times may vary. Individual gas meters may need to be replaced depending upon their location, age and condition.

According to South Jersey Gas, excavations will be required at the gas mains located in the street. South Jersey Gas may also need to dig on individual properties if necessary. In most cases, a temporary repair will be made until final restoration occurs.

Openings in concrete may be temporarily patched with asphalt until final restoration with concrete occurs. Openings made in grass may not be restored until there is warmer weather to facilitate grass growth.

For more information about this project, residents can contact the Cape May County division of South Jersey Gas at 609-465-2900 and reference the SHARP II Wildwood Crest EFV project.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

North Wildwood City Hall to undergo ADA & landscaping improvements

Courtesy of North Wildwood Rec & Tourism


North Wildwood City Hall, which is widely recognized as one of the most attractive Municipal Buildings in the State of New Jersey, is slated to undergo extensive exterior renovations to bring the sidewalks and walkways into compliance with current ADA guidelines.

The renovation project will also include the complete overhaul of the landscape irrigation system, as well as new sod and plant beds around City Hall.

Due to the damage they are causing to the sidewalks and walkways, the project will also include the removal and replacement of several trees that are currently planted between the sidewalk and the curb. These trees will be removed and new ones will be planted on the front lawn of City Hall.

“We are extremely proud of just how beautiful North Wildwood City Hall is,” said Mayor Patrick Rosenello. “Our building, parks, and grounds department does an outstanding job of making sure that the City Hall landscaping is the crown jewel off our City.

"Working with our B, P & G Department, our City Engineer, a Landscape Designer, and a Professional Landscaping company, I am confident that these improvements will only add to this beautiful building,” added Rosenello.

The project is scheduled to commence in the coming weeks and will be completed around the New Year.