Mayor Dawn Zimmer Announces Free Parking for Holiday Shoppers

Hoboken, NJ - Friday, November 30th, 2012

The City of Hoboken is offering free parking in its municipal garages for visitors who come to shop or dine during the holiday season.

“Hoboken is open for business!” said Mayor Dawn Zimmer. “We want to make it easy and enjoyable for visitors to shop or dine in Hoboken and support the businesses that make our community great.”

Free parking is available in municipal garages B (28 2nd St), D (215 Hudson St) and Midtown (371 4th St) seven days a week during the month of December between the hours of 9am and midnight. To receive up to 4 hours of free parking, visitors must present to the parking attendant a receipt for at least $20 from any Hoboken business during these hours. Any time beyond 4 hours will be charged at the regular rate.

The City is holding its annual Holiday Crafts Fair on Saturday and Sunday December 1st and 2nd from 11am to 5pm at City Hall, 94 Washington Street. The fair features unique handcrafted gift items by local artists, photographers and crafters including art, photography, jewelry, candles, soaps and body products, mirrors and frames, hand knit scarves, hats, sweaters, holiday ornaments, paper weights, greeting cards, tote bags, purses, quilts, florals, baked goods, framed vintage prints, wooden snowflakes, balsamic vinegars & olive oil, and much more.

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