Partners

Over the past 40 years, the City of Cape May has created a nurturing environment of public-private partnerships by leasing publicly-owned structures and estates to responsible, local, non-profit organizations so that a wide array of cultural, historical, arts, environmental, and recreational events can be provided to our residents and visitors on a year round basis.  Currently, there are eight such partnership agreements: 

  1. The historically designated Emlen Physick Estate with the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities;
  2. The historically designated Washington Street Mall Information Booth with the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities; 
  3. The historically designated Franklin Street School with the Center for Community Arts;
  4. The historically designated, former Welcome Center with Cape May Stage;
  5. The Nature Center with the New Jersey Audubon Society;
  6. The Cape Island Tennis Club with the Cape May Tennis Club, Inc.;
  7. The Marine Research Facility with Rutgers University; and
  8. The historically designated Transportation Center/Welcome Center with the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cape May.
 

Upcoming Events

Mon, October 16

3rd Annual Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Conference at Cape May Convention Hall

Fri, October 20

Cape May Convention Hall

10am-5pm

Sun, October 22

Noon - 2pm

Washington Street Mall