Kiosk

North Wildwood parking meters and paying kiosks will activate on Tuesday, May 15, and will remain active until the last Sunday of October. Parking meters are active between 9 a.m. and 3 a.m. in the Entertainment District (between 2nd and Olde New Jersey Av, and Pine and Olde New Jersey Av), according to North Wildwood Police Department's Facebook page. 

Have you enjoyed being able to fly down Atlantic Avenue in Margate with no active traffic lights?

That will be ending this week.

The traffic lights on Atlantic Avenue will resume normal functioning patterns on Monday, according to the Margate City Police Department.

Also, all North Wildwood parking meters and paying kiosks will activate on Tuesday, May 15, and will remain active until the last Sunday of October. Parking meters are active between 9 a.m. and 3 a.m. in the Entertainment District (between 2nd and Olde New Jersey Av, and Pine and Olde New Jersey Av), according to North Wildwood Police Department's Facebook page. 

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