Community: Rebuild by Design Schedule

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Tuesday April 12, 2016

City of Hoboken

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Community: Reminder: Invite to City-Wide Rebuild by Design Community Workshops – Tonight, April 12, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Dear Horsey,

Members of the public are invited to attend a design focused community meeting for the Rebuild by Design Hudson River project. For the convenience of residents, three meetings will be held at different locations throughout the City including the Multi-Service Center, the Hoboken Housing Authority, and the Elks Club. The meetings will focus on asking the community for input on design elements and amenities that may be incorporated into the project. 

“The ultimate design for this project will reflect the input from the community,” said Mayor Dawn Zimmer. “I know some residents are concerned about how the flood protection measures will look, but these workshops are opportunities to participate in the design process and directly influence the final plan. It is important for residents to know that this is the beginning of the design process and your voices will continue to be a very important part of creating the final flood protection measure.” 

Community Workshop with Citizens Advisory Group
Thursday, April 7th
Multi Service Center
124 Grand St., Hoboken

Community Workshop – Drop in Session
Tuesday, April 12th
Adams Gardens (HHA Senior Housing)
220 Adams Street, Hoboken

Community Workshop – Drop in Session
Thursday, April 14th
Elks Lodge
1005 Washington Street, Hoboken

Community Workshop – Drop in Session
Thursday, April 28th
6:30pm-8:30 pm
St. Lawrence Church Community Room
22 Hackensack Ave, Weehawken

In addition to these community meetings, Mayor Zimmer and the City’s Rebuild by Design team are available for smaller neighborhood meetings to further discuss various design ideas and receive community input. Please email Vijay Chaudhuri, Mayor Zimmer’s Chief of Staff, at to schedule a meeting.

To subscribe to receive email updates from the State DEP about the project, visit:

As a follow up to the community meetings, residents are also invited to provide written feedback to: or by mail to Dennis Reinknecht, RBD Program Manager, Office of Flood Hazard Risk Reduction Measures, 501 East State Street, Mail Code 501-01A, PO Box 420, Trenton, NJ 08625-0420.

Please also copy on feedback or design ideas, so the City is aware of the correspondence from residents sent to the State.

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