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ADOPT A ROAD - offers organizations and groups an opportunity to keep Atlantic County beautiful. The organization receives valuable publicity and credit for the good work it's doing on behalf of the Atlantic County environment. 

ENGINEERING - plans, designs, inspects and administers all construction contracts relating to county roads, bridges, traffic signals and related infrastructure.  

OFFICE OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS) - responsible for promoting, assisting and coordinating the development of GIS technologies in Atlantic County. ACOGIS staff has utilized GIS in a variety of applications, including environmental and health issues, land use planning, emergency preparedness, district mapping, transportation maintenance and census data.

POTHOLE HOTLINE - Call (609) 645-5876 and 1-877-426-7623 to report potholes or any other roadway hazard. After hours call (609) 909-7200. You can also click here to use our online form.

PUBLIC WORKS - The Atlantic County Department of Public Works maintains over 371 miles of county roads and rights of way, 254 bridges andover 100 traffic signals, manages the County Park System and the Office of Mosquito Control.

REGIONAL PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT - Atlantic County's Department of Regional Planning and Development includes Policy, Planning and Development, Engineering, Land Acquisition and Geographical Information Systems.

SITE PLAN AND SUBDIVISION REVIEW - A subdivision of any size located anywhere within the boundaries of Atlantic County is subject to planning board review and action. Any site plan along a County road or which affect County drainage is subject to review and approval.

SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT - Atlantic County is required to formulate and adopt a Solid Waste Management Plan which addresses issues surrounding the generation, collection, transportation, disposal and recycling of solid waste for the County of Atlantic. Implementation of solid waste recycling programs is carried out by the Atlantic County Utilities Authority


Atlantic County Land Development Standards 2002 (PDF FILE)

Amended Atlantic County Land Development Review Fees, February 2010 (PDF FILE)

Atlantic County Open Space and Recreation Plan (PDF FILE)

Final Atlantic County Master Plan - October 2000 (PDF FILE)

2000 Master Plan - Selected Figures in High Resolution Images