Atlantic County is home to nearly 275,000 residents and the
destination for more than 35 million visitors each year.
Comprised of twenty-three municipalities, covering 566.97 square miles, and bounded by water, Atlantic County
offers a wealth of recreational opportunities, natural resources and a quality
of life envied by others. Municipalities range in size from Egg Harbor Township (43,323) to Corbin City (492) with the total population in the 2010 census recorded as 274,549.
Area residents have access to affordable real estate and
benefit from a lower cost of living than surrounding markets such as Philadelphia,
New York City and northern New Jersey. Atlantic County also has one of the
state’s lowest county tax rates. Exceptional schools, quality healthcare,
enriching arts and culture and a pro-business attitude contribute to making
Atlantic County a great place to live, work and play.
Its agricultural roots are evident with more than 9,500
acres of preserved farmland that provide fresh fruits and vegetables and
contribute to the Town of Hammonton’s acclaim as the “Blueberry capitol of the
Atlantic County offers a diverse landscape that accommodates
various lifestyles. Choose from rural towns, beach communities, the excitement
of urban living or the comforts of the suburbs. It’s all here.
For a listing of Atlantic County's 23 municipalities with additional information about each community, click here