The Executive Office includes the function of County Administrator. The Internal Auditor, Treasurer's Office, Capital Planning, all County Departments, and the County Library System report directly to the County Administrator's office.
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TRAFFIC ADVISORIES Currently in effect on county roadways
Delilah Road, Egg Harbor Township
On Monday, October 21 through Friday, October 25, a lane shift traffic pattern will be in effect on the eastbound lane of Delilah Road in Egg Harbor Township between Tremont Avenue and the Atlantic City Expressway overpass, 7 AM – 3:30 PM, weather permitting, for county road resurfacing work.
Tremont Avenue will be closed during this time and other streets that connect to Delilah Road may be periodically blocked.
Motorists can expect delays and are advised to plan travel time accordingly or seek an alternate route.
Atlantic City Expressway Lane Reductions, Milepost 2.6
Beginning Wednesday, October 9, weather permitting, the Atlantic City Expressway will be reduced to one lane in both directions for short intervals near milepost 2.6 (just west of the Interchange 2 ramps and east of the Sunoco station) for the installation of temporary concrete traffic barriers.
Following the completion of this installation, the Expressway will be reduced to two lanes in each direction for a period of approximately three months for a culvert rehabilitation project.
Motorists may experience delays and should plan travel time accordingly or seek an alternate route.
Emergency Closing - Nacote Creek Bridge, Port Republic
Effective as of 2 PM on Wednesday, March 20, the Nacote Creek Bridge (PR-7), Old New York Road (CR610) over Nacote Creek in Port Republic is closed to all traffic following an interim state inspection that found additional deterioration of the bridge that is scheduled for full replacement by the county beginning later this year.
The state has been inspecting the bridge every three months to ensure its safety. Prior to today’s inspection the bridge had last been inspected before the beginning of this year and was not found to be unsafe for travel at that time.
Atlantic County has been working with the state Department of Environmental Protection and the Army Corps of Engineers for permitting approvals. Construction was originally scheduled to begin as early as July but will now be delayed for a few months due to the rigors of bridge permitting.
A detour will be posted and motorists are advised to plan travel time accordingly.
Atlantic County Prescription Discount Card
Americans are paying more for prescription drugs than ever before. Without prescription coverage, staying healthy can come at a high price. The Atlantic County Prescription Discount Card provided to you in a joint effort with the National Association of Counties (NACo), can save you money on many of your prescription purchases.
Any county resident without prescription coverage can use this program. If you have insurance for prescription drugs, you may still benefit from the discount card, since it may save you money on prescription drugs your existing plan does not cover.
Everyone is eligible!
No income requirements
No age requirements
Unlimited use for the whole family
The Atlantic County Prescription Discount Card is:
Valuable. Save an average of 24% off the pharmacy’s regular price on all commonly prescribed prescriptions and an average savings of 50% on 90-day supplies of select generics through mail service. Savings are also available on high-tech and injectable drugs through the Caremark specialty pharmacy.
Easy. There are no claim forms to fill out and no annual fee to pay.
Convenient. There are more than 59,000 participating pharmacies nationwide, over 50 are located right here in the county!
The MyCountyCares Dental Plan can save participating members on savings of up to 60% on most dental procedures including routine oral exams, dentures, root canals, crowns and more.