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Street Cleaning Suspended on Monday; Resumes Tuesday


Due to the forecast for snow, street cleaning enforcement will be suspended on Monday, March 3rd and is scheduled to resume on Tuesday, March 4th.

Property owners/occupants are reminded that they have six hours after the completion of a storm to remove snow and ice from sidewalks adjacent to their property (to a width of 4 feet or 2/3 width of sidewalk, whichever is greater), along with adjoining wheelchair ramps, curb cuts, and gutters (2 feet into the street). The City will continue to enforce these regulations and issue fines for failure to comply. Residents are urged to assist elderly or disabled neighbors with clearing snow from their properties and are asked to “adopt” a fire hydrant on their street and keep it clean and clear of snow. It is illegal to shovel snow back onto streets or onto fire hydrants. The City is responsible for clearing sidewalks around City-owned properties.

Street Closures and Traffic Pattern Changes in Southern Hoboken


UPDATE (3:45PM): Repairs are complete and Observer Highway and Marin Boulevard/Henderson Street have been re-opened to two way traffic.
UPDATE (3:00PM): United Water expects repairs to the water main at Observer Highway to be completed by about 4:00pm today. At that time, Observer Highway and Marin Boulevard/Henderson Street will be fully reopened to traffic. Police officers will be on hand to direct traffic this evening.

UPDATE (8:20AM): Marin Boulevard/Henderson Street has been reopened to traffic in the southbound direction.
UPDATE (7:45AM): One lane of Observer Highway has been reopened to traffic in the westbound direction.

Due to a water main leak near Observer Highway and Marin Boulevard, there are various street closures and traffic pattern changes in effect. United Water crews are on the site working to resolve the issue and no customers are without water at this time.

Observer Highway is closed in both directions at this time. Crews are attempting to reopen a lane of traffic in the westbound direction.

Marin Boulevard is closed between 18th Street and Observer Highway. Drivers entering Hoboken from Jersey Avenue or Grove Street will be directed towards Jackson Street. 

Street Cleaning Resumes Monday

Street cleaning enforcement will resume on Monday, February 24. Please move vehicles from parking lanes during posted street cleaning hours.

Hoboken, Jersey City & Weehawken To Launch Regional Bike Share System

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800 Smart Bikes Will Form Largest Next-Generation Bike Share System in North America

The cities of Hoboken, Jersey City and Weehawken are partnering to launch a regional bike share system in the summer of 2014 that will be the largest next-generation bike share system in North America. The system will feature 800 smart-bikes, 50 bike stations, and 2 full-service pavilions at no cost to the cities.

“Bike sharing is an affordable, sustainable, and convenient transportation option,” said Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer. “We are excited to partner with leading innovators to bring this next-generation system to our residents, businesses and visitors at no cost to taxpayers. I am proud to build upon our successful pilot bike share program and work with our neighbors in Jersey City and Weehawken to create a regional system.”

Street Cleaning Enforcement Suspended

Street cleaning enforcement is suspended until further notice. Unfortunately, because many vehicles remain parked during street cleaning hours, there is insufficient space on most streets to maneuver the payloader needed to clear ice from parking lanes. While the City is not issuing tickets for street cleaning, a payloader and Bobcat are being used to clear open parking spaces, catch basins, and corners where possible in anticipation of a storm forecast for later this week.

Parking Permitted on Snow Routes; Meters Suspended Through Monday; Street Cleaning Resumes Tuesday


Parking is again permitted on all snow emergency routes including 3rd St, 4th St, 5th St, 9th St, 13th St, Willow Ave, and Washington St. Parking meters are suspended city-wide until the end of Monday, February 17.

The City is bringing in extra seasonal employees today to clear corners of snow and slush. Residents and property owners are asked to help with keeping gutters clear so that melting snow can properly drain at corners.

City offices will be closed on Monday for the Presidents Day holiday. Street cleaning enforcement will resume on Tuesday, February 18 in order to clear snow from parking lanes.

Information on Winter Storm Warning, Discounted Parking, Emergency Snow Routes & Street Repairs

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Snow removal operations underway

A winter storm warning is in effect for our area from midnight tonight until Friday at 6:00am. The current forecast predicts snow and sleet accumulations of 6 to 10 inches.

Discounted Garage Parking
The City is providing reduced rate parking in municipal Garage B (located on 2nd Street between Hudson and River Streets) and Garage D (215 Hudson Street) beginning Wednesday, February 12th at 8:00pm through Friday, February 14th at 8:00pm for $5 per day for residents with a valid Resident parking permit or Temporary parking permit placard. In addition, Hoboken residents with disabilities who possess either a handicapped license plate or hang tag for their permitted vehicle may also park in the Midtown garage (371 4th Street) for the same reduced rate. Garage space is available on a first-come, first-served basis and regular rates will apply at other times. Residents who wish to extend their stay in the garage and who have a parking permit decal or Temporary parking permit placard are reminded that overnight parking (8pm to 8am) is available at a rate of $5.00. This rate is available in Garages B, D and Midtown every day of the year.

Street Cleaning in Effect on Tuesday, February 4

Street cleaning rules will be in effect Tuesday, February 4. Plows will be used instead of sweepers to clear snow from parking lanes. Parking is permitted on snow emergency routes.

Winter Storm Warning; Drivers Reminded Not To Park on Emergency Snow Routes; Discounted Garage Parking Available

A winter storm warning has been issued for our area by the National Weather Service.

Street cleaning rules will not be enforced on Monday, February 3. Meters and all other regulations remain in effect. Garbage pickup remains on schedule.

Vehicles parked on snow emergency routes are subject to ticketing and towing when streets are snow covered. Please move your vehicles so we can keep these important routes open for emergency vehicles. 

Winter Storm Warning; Drivers Reminded Not To Park on Emergency Snow Routes; Discounted Garage Parking Available

UPDATE: Street cleaning will be in effect on Thursday, January 23. Plows will be used instead of sweepers to clear parking lanes of snow.

UPDATE: The discounted $5/day garage parking rate is extended through Thursday, January 23 at 8:00am. Street sweeping is suspended on Wednesday, January 22. All other parking rules remain in effect. Parking is prohibited on snow emergency routes. Hoboken Public Schools are closed on Wednesday.

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for heavy snow from noon on Tuesday, January 20 until 6am on Wednesday, January 21. Snow accumulations of 6 to 10 inches are currently forecast with wind chills as low as 10 degrees and wind gusts up to 30 miles per hour.

Drivers are reminded that vehicles parked on Emergency Snow Routes are subject to towing when the streets are snow covered. This is necessary to move police, fire and ambulances throughout Hoboken in time of emergency for the safety and welfare of all our citizens. Emergency Snow Routes in Hoboken are labeled with street signs that read “No Parking When Road Is Snow Covered.”