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  • Writer's pictureLisa Fagan


As Wildwood falls into Fall, Mayor Pete Bryon and Commissioners Fitzsimons and Mikulski would like to remind residents, businesses and visitors to stay vigilant to the safety protocols that carried us this far this summer.

We went from totally closed businesses in Spring to indoor dining in the Fall. The progress was much slower than we had hoped, but we got there together by following the CDC guidelines. Now that all businesses are open in some capacity, we need to continue to:

1. Maintain social distancing guidelines

2. Wear masks when you cannot safely socially distance

3. Wash hands often

As outdoor and indoor dining continue through the fall, we anticipate that Governor Murphy will increase indoor dining capacity in stages as the weather forces us inside. Patrons and staff alike are encouraged to follow the protocols outlined in his Executive Orders. Remember, failure to adhere to these guidelines might mean a business could shut down if a Covid case is traced to that establishment. Details can be found at

All businesses should be mindful that visitors from these 35 states are being asked to self-quarantine:

Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Guam, Iowa, Idaho, Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nebraska, Nevada, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin, West Virginia, and Wyoming

Stay updated here:

As we move into the election season, Governor Murphy has ordered voting by mail. If you are registered voter, your ballot will be mailed to you automatically and may be sent via the United States Postal Service. Allow seven days to return it via mail. For anyone requiring in-person voting for ADA reasons, a poll worker will contact the Board of Elections on behalf of the voter for further instructions. Questions? Call the City Clerk 609-522-2444.




Cape May County


The location of the polling place will be the same as in the Primary Election, The Byrne Community Center located at 401 W. Youngs Avenue. The polling place will be open from 6:00am – 8:00pm. OR, The City of Wildwood will have an election drop box for ballots located on the Davis Avenue side of City Hall.


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