Connecting Our Community with Your Business

Pleasantville, NJ is a city united by strong community business relations and an aggressive redevelopment program. It is strategically located just 5 miles from downtown Atlantic City and is ready to meet the challenges of rapid economic growth. Pleasantville truly is a "City on the Move," featuring an active mix of retail, professional and light industrial businesses.

If you need further information about the opportunities available for you in our community, please contact...

Pleasantville City Hall
18 N. First St.

Pleasantville, NJ  08232

Phone: 609.484.3603
Fax: 609.641.8642

Pothole Report Link
Stop Crime

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Contact Pleasantville Police Department – 609-641-6100
Emergency – 9 1 1
City Hall – 609-484-3600

Report a crime and get up-to-date
information with our
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CrimeStoppers of Atlantic County
1-800-658-TIPS(8477)

News

Municipal Court Sessions - Update

Broadcasted City Council Meetings - Channel 97 & YouTube

City Council Meeting Dates & Agendas

Planning & Zoning Boards - Meeting Dates & Agendas

Planning Board - Zoom Instructions

Zoning Board - Zoom Instructions

Free COVID-19 Vaccines & Boosters - Stillwater Building Clinic, 201 S Shore Rd., Northfield

Veteran Home Repair and Modification Program

Prescription Drug Disposal - Join Together with Atlantic County

NJ Drought Watch

New Flood Resilience Resources - Blue Acres

2022 Hazard Mitigation Plan Annual Evaluation Report

2022 Program for Public Information Review

Request for Professional Services Announcement for Year 2023

Community Meeting - Wards 1 & 2 - Every Second Tuesday, 5:30pm, Pleasantville Library Community Room

Atlantic City Electric - Smart Energy Network

Local Government Energy Audit Report - Bus Terminal

Local Government Energy Audit Report - City Hall

Local Government Energy Audit Report - City Hall Annex

Local Government Energy Audit Report - Fire Department

Local Government Energy Audit Report - Jokers Football Building

Local Government Energy Audit Report - Library

Local Government Energy Audit Report - Police Building

Local Government Energy Audit Report - Public Work

Local Government Energy Audit Report - Recreation Center

2022 Tax Sale

Winter Wonderland Event - December 2, 2022, 5:30pm-7:30pm

Zoning Board of Adjustments - Vacancies

Pleasantville Jokers' Caravan Parade -December 3, 2022

AtlantiCare Employment Opportunities

ACUA Holiday Food Drive

Planning Documents

City of Pleasantville Master Plan Reexamination
The Planning Board unanimously adopted the Pleasantville Master Plan Reexamination at a public meeting held on November 10, 2015.  In addition, new Land Use, Circulation, Economic Development, Utilities Service Plan, Recreation and Open Space, Green Buildings and Sustainability, Communities Facilities Elements were also adopted on March 1, 2016.

Master Plan Reexamination 2015

Master Plan Elements (8MB)

Sustainability Plan

Atlantic County Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Planning Project

Pleasantville Midtown Neighborhood Revitalization Action Strategy (updated 7/22/2022)

Forms

2022 Budget Adopted

ADA Complaint Policy

ADA Reasonable Modification Policy

Americans with Disabilities Act Policy

Atlantic County Roadway (Coin Drop) Solicitation Application

Business Registration Application

Cannabis License Application

Certificate of Occupancy

View Complete List of Forms

Mayor TweedleOn behalf of your City Government, I want to extend our warmest greetings to the new residents and business owners or operators who have made a commitment to invest in our city. You are joining a diverse family of people who live or work in Pleasantville and enjoy a list of benefits found exclusively in our community. 

Please visit my page for more on my vision for our community.

Sincerely,
Mayor Judy M. Ward

PRICE LANDFILL - PUBLIC INFORMATION
The US Dept. of Environmental Protection (EPA) is conducting clean-up of contaminated soil and groundwater at the Price Landfill site in Pleasantville and Egg Harbor Township. The next phase will involve excavation of waste material.
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