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The Historic Preservation Project Report and Plan Element have been completed and submitted to the New Jersey Historic Preservation Office.  Please use the links below to review the documents.

Transmittal Letter 12/2/2010 (58kb pdf)

Historic Preservation Project Report 12/2/2010 (73kb pdf)

Historic Preservation Plan Element (34mb pdf)

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Click Here to see the September 2010 discussion draft of the Historic Preservation Plan element. (649kb pdf file)

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Historic Preservation in Somers Point – Shaping the Vision


The Somers Point Historic Preservation Commission (SPHPC) and Planning Board are currently preparing a new Historic Preservation Plan aided by a grant from the New Jersey Historic Preservation Office.  With assistance from heritage conservation planners Banisch Associates, Inc. (BAI) the SPHPC is helping the City crystallize a local vision for preserving Somers Point’s special community and neighborhood character through a better understanding and appreciation of these historic resources.

The Somers Point Historic Preservation Plan Element should be shaped by the opinions and ideas of residents and stakeholders, and this website is designed to be an interactive way to garner public participation for the project.

Please take the public opinion survey, and log on to the “interactive map” page to add points of interest or historical properties. You will be able to add photos, comments, and suggestions, and the map will grow and become a dynamic public resource as input is gathered.


Available on your iPhone!

You can also view the Interactive Map on your iPhone. Just type in www.imhistories.com/somerspoint to access site locations, photos, videos, and other information about the Closter Historic District from anywhere!

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