The Press of Atlantic City is compiling a list of closures and early dismissals for Wednesday. To notify the Press of any closures, email us at

State offices will be closed on Wednesday due to the nor'easter heading towards the area, according to the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management.

Non-essential personnel should not report to work for their normal shift but essential employees should still arrive on schedule.

There will be no Postal Retail Units open after 5 p.m. in southern and central New Jersey and in Delaware. 

Atlantic County library branches will be closing at 3 p.m. on Wednesday. 

The Atlantic City Free Public Library will be closing at 2 p.m. on Wednesday.

The Egg Harbor Township Committee meeting will be held at the 5 p.m. scheduled time at the municipal building. 


The Route 52 Causeway Bridge westbound into Somers Point is temporarily closed, according to the Ocean City Police Department.

Shore Road and Route 9 in Absecon are each closed between Route 30 and California Avenue until further notice.

Black Horse Pike is closed at the West Atlantic City portion of the road. 

As of Wednesday evening, there's flooding on NJ 47 in both directions from CR 624/West Rio Grand Avenue to Ocean Avenue/Atlantic Ave in Wildwood.  All lanes closed and detoured.

George Redding Bridge is now closed to traffic due to high flood waters in the City of Wildwood.


Atlantic Cape Community College will close all campuses at 2 p.m. today due to inclement weather. Classes will resume as scheduled tomorrow.

Atlantic County Institute of Technology has cancelled all night classes for its adult education program. 

All after school activities for Bridgeton public schools, including sports activities, are canceled for Wednesday. 

All evening classes for the Cape May County Technical School district have been been canceled. 

Cumberland County College, its offices and all satellite campuses are closed on Wednesday. 

Cumberland Regional High School will have an early dismissal at 11:45 a.m. Wednesday due to weather conditions.

Dennis Township School District has canceled all after school activities.

All afters school activities, sports, and the Aspire Program are canceled Egg Harbor Township schools this afternoon. Kids Club is NOT canceled.

Folsom School will have no after school activities. 

Greater Egg Harbor Regional High Schools are open until 2:30 p.m. but all after school and evening activities are canceled.  

Hammonton Middle Sschool and Hammonton High School will be on a single session day today. Hammonton Middle School will dismiss at 12:17 p.m. As far as attendance goes for the day, if Waterford shuts their buses down and Hammonton stays open, Waterford students will NOT be held accountable for their attendance. The day will be marked as excused.

Hammonton Early Childhood Education Center will have an early dismissal Wednesday due to the inclement weather and a predicted freeze over later this afternoon. All after school activities are cancelled. For the Hammonton ECEC this means 1:15 dismissal for K and First Grade students. AM Pre-K will end at their regular time and there will be NO PM Pre-K.

International Academy of Atlantic City Charter School has cancelled all after school activities and after care. 

All after school and evening activities have been canceled for the Little Egg Harbor School District for Wednesday and the district will be dismissing regular school hours today.

Margate schools are open all day. Mid-day flooding should recede for dismissal as tide goes down.

Mullica is cancelling after school activities.

Ocean County Vocational Technical school is cancelling all Evening School classes.

Also in the area, Stockton University has canceled its Career and Internship Fair for Wednesday and has rescheduled the event for March 21. The campus will also be closed by 2 p.m. 

Upper Township schools have canceled all after school activities.

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