For more than 70 years, the District has been dedicated to the conservation of natural resources in Atlantic and Cape May Counties. Through programs that address soil erosion and sediment control on construction sites to farmland preservation efforts, the supervisors and staff of the Cape Atlantic Conservation District have helped protect our soil and water.  Education programs for the children and the citizens of our District stress the importance of natural resource conservation efforts. Technical resources and staff are available at the District Office to assist people with questions regarding natural resource conservation.

The mission of the New Jersey conservation partnership is to provide leadership in the planning and implementation of natural resource management programs for the agricultural and development communities and the general public through a locally based delivery system with local, state and federal partners.

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Cape Atlantic Conservation District
In accordance with Atlantic County closure orders, the Cape Atlantic Conservation District office will be closed to the public until further notice.

However, District staff will continue to process applications and conduct necessary site inspections. Applications for Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Plan Certifcations can be mailed to the District or placed in District drop-box located in office building lobby. All forms necessary to file an application  may be obtained from the District's website on the “Forms” page, or you may request forms to be emailed to you. 

For all inquiries or please call (609) 625-3144 or email:

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but be assured that we will continue to provide assistance to you.

Updated 5/1/2023

6260 Old Harding Highway
Mays Landing, New Jersey 08330
Phone: (609) 625-3144
Fax: (609) 625-7360      

Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7:00am-3:30pm
Office closes daily 12:00pm-12:30pm
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