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Hoboken Menorah Lighting & Other Hanukkah Events

Wednesday, Dec 17, 2014

The Annual Grand Menorah Lighting
Sunday, December 21st
Doors open 3:40pm
4:00pm: The return of the Small Wonder Puppet Theater with ‘The Chanukah Story’ and a brand new show! Fun music; pizza will be served.
5:00pm – Grand Menorah lighting outside City Hall, 94 Washington Street
Sufganiyot (donuts), Levivot (Latkes), dreidels, and wild glow in the dark glasses.
Sponsored by Chabad Hoboken and United Synagogue of Hoboken

Information on additional Hanukkah-related events are available at

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City Moves Forward on New Pump to Alleviate Flooding in Western Hoboken

Wednesday, Dec 17, 2014

Flooding at 9th St and Madison St
On Tuesday, December 16, 2014, the Hoboken City Council voted unanimously to fund the construction of Hoboken’s second flood pump. The 40 million gallon per day H-5 wet weather pump station with emergency generator will alleviate flooding in western Hoboken, including the area around ShopRite.

“This flood pump is part of the ‘Discharge’ component of the comprehensive ‘Resist, Delay, Store, Discharge’ strategy to make Hoboken more resilient to flooding,” said Mayor Dawn Zimmer. “I thank members of the community and all City Council members for their support for this project. While the City implements the Delay, Store and Discharge elements of the plan through pumps, rain gardens, green roofs, and new parks designed to absorb and hold stormwater, we look forward to working with the State to create coastal defense by implementing the ‘Resist’ strategy with the $230 million won through the Rebuild by Design competition.”

The pump, along with a pilot City Hall green infrastructure project featuring large cisterns and rain gardens to reduce stormwater runoff, will be financed by an $11.9 million low-interest loan from the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust which includes 19% principal forgiveness. More >

Hoboken Police Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Holiday Campaign

Tuesday, Dec 16, 2014

Starting the weekend of December 19th and continuing into the new year, the Hoboken Police Department will be conducting it’s Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over holiday campaign.

The goal of the program is to reduce citizen involvement/injury due to D.W.I. related collisions through this holiday season. Through implementation of this and similar events, the Hoboken Police Department hopes to significantly reduce accidents, injuries and property damage throughout our city.

The Hoboken Police Department is committed to working hand in hand with the citizens of Hoboken to provide a safe environment for the motoring public. Please remember the following tips:

    • Don’t risk it. If you plan to drive, don’t drink.

Choose a sober designated driver before partying.
Take mass transit, a taxicab or ask a friend to drive you home if you didn’t plan in advance.
Spend the night where the activity is being held.
Report impaired drivers to the Hoboken Police 201-420-2100.

For more information contact the Hoboken Police Traffic Bureau at (201) 420-5109.

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Hoboken Tree Lighting Ceremony Rescheduled Due to Weather

Monday, Dec 8, 2014

The Hoboken City Hall Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony originally scheduled for Tuesday, December 9th has been rescheduled to Monday, December 15th due to the forecast for inclement weather. The event will take place starting at 5:00pm outside in front of Hoboken City Hall, 94 Washington Street.

Local school children & performers will sing favorite Christmas songs with Host & MC, Elvis the Elf along with a special appearance by Santa Claus.

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