Atlantic Cape seeks feedback on how to improve the Atlantic City Inlet area

ATLANTIC CITY – All are invited to share their ideas and feedback on how to improve Atlantic City’s Inlet neighborhood during a town hall meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 8 at the Uptown School Complex. The purpose of the meeting, hosted by the Inlet Neighborhood Community Advisory Committee in conjunction with the 1st Ward Civic Association and Atlantic Cape Community College, is to solicit input, connect and collaborate on the strategy for Inlet neighborhood action.

To view the draft strategy, visit

In 2021, Atlantic Cape received a Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit Planning Grant from the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs to develop a community-driven neighborhood revitalization plan for the Inlet neighborhood of Atlantic City . It is expected that a future NRTC designation will generate funds to provide services in the neighborhood, including housing and amenities for all residents.

The Inlet neighborhood is home to a diverse group of 5,800 residents and boasts many community assets, landmarks, active organizations, as well as local businesses along Absecon Inlet.

The inlet includes Ocean Casino Resort, Historic Gardner’s Basin, The Cove Condominium, Ocean Terrace Apartments, Uptown School Complex, Flagship Resort, Jeffries Towers Apartments and other accommodations.

For more information, email Victor Moreno, Senior Director, Campus Operations and Community Outreach, at

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