Atlantic County Launches New Website


Executive Dennis Levinson announced the launch of Atlantic County’s new website to improve access to county services and programs for residents and visitors.

The new site, available at, features improved navigation, is mobile-friendly, secured for user privacy protection and makes accessibility a priority. This site now replaces the county’s previous website. Users should make note of the new domain (URL):

“The county website is an important resource and communication tool for our residents and visitors,” Levinson said in a news release. “More and more business is conducted online. Our goal is to make these interactions as easy and productive as possible. We believe the new site will greatly enhance these efforts.”

The new website utilizes a content management system and is organized by five main categories: government, residents, visitors, business and services.

Visitors to the site will find information about county events and meetings, county facilities such as county parks, the Justice Facility, Meadowview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and the Central Municipal Court; job openings and job training opportunities; emergency and financial assistance programs; health and public safety; press releases and traffic advisories; infrastructure improvements; bid opportunities; community resources; and more.

The previous county website attracted more than 450,000 users in 2023 who participated in nearly 755,000 sessions with 1.5 million page views.

“We expect to exceed those numbers in 2024 with our new website, based on the positive feedback we have received thus far,” said Levinson.

The county contracted for the transition and development of the new website through a cooperative purchasing agreement with SHI at a cost of $100,000.

Those who would like to receive notification as information of interest is added to the site may sign up to participate in the email subscription service. Previous subscribers are asked to re-register in the new system.

Subscribers may choose to receive notification about a single topic of interest or multiple topics. Go to: and scroll to bottom of page where you will find the blue button to “Subscribe to our emails.”

“We also welcome feedback from the public who may use our online contact form to share their input or submit questions or concerns for response,” Levinson said.