The Press of Atlantic City is providing a list of schools, local, county and state office closings for Atlantic, Cape, Cumberland and southern Ocean counties as a result of a nor’easter Tuesday that is expected to bring rain, snow, high winds and tidal flooding to South Jersey.

Here’s what we have so far:


 Atlantic City schools are closed.

• Absecon schools closed.

• Atlantic Cape Community College is closed.

• Brigantine public schools will be closed on Tuesday.

• Coastal Living in Northfield is closed.

• Egg Harbor City schools are closed.

• Galloway schools are closed.

• The Hammonton Municipal Courts will be closed Tuesday. All hearings will be rescheduled.

• The WAVE Garage at Mississippi and Fairmount avenues in Atlantic City will provide free overnight parking for city residents and visitors until 8 p.m. Tuesday.

• The four Atlantic County branches of Absecon Bank will open two hours later than usual at 10 a.m. instead of 8 a.m.

• Stockton University is closed.

• Assumption Regional Catholic School is closed.

• Margate Schools are closed.

• Hamilton Township schools are closed.

• Hammonton schools are closed.

• Mullica Township schools closed; Board of Education meeting moved to March 20.

• Pleasantville schools closed.

• Port Republic schools closed.

• Atlantic County Institute of Technology closed.

• Atlantic County Alternative School closed.

• Ventnor schools are closed.

•"March Dadness" event canceled: The Coalition for a Safe Community will reschedule its “March Dadness” event to a later date because of the coastal storm Tuesday. For more information, call 609-965-1034, ext. 123.


• Ocean City Schools are closed.

• Charter Tech High School is closed.

• Margaret Mace School in North Wildwood is closed. 

• Wildwood Schools closed.


• Bridgeton Municipal Court is closed today.


• Thomas Donovan High School, Toms River. Closed.

• Lacey Township Municipal Court. Closed.

• Toms River Regional Schools. Closed.

• Ocean County Vocational School District is closed.

• Little Egg Harbor schools will have an early dismissal Tuesday.

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Joined the Press in November 2016. Graduate of Quinnipiac University. Previously worked as a freelance reporter in suburban Philadelphia and news/talk radio producer.

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