Hoboken Emergency Declared – City Hall opening delayed for 2 hours
City of Hoboken announces:
State of Emergency Declared In Hoboken
The Zimmer Administration has declared a state of emergency for Hoboken. Residents are urged to stay indoors and avoid travel unless absolutely necessary.
Hoboken City Hall will be open on Monday, December 27, 2010. Essential personnel are required to report to work, and non-essential personnel who are able to safely travel to work are also requested to report to work.
Residents are reminded that sidewalks must be cleared of snow within six hours after completion of the storm and that cars must be removed from all emergency snow routes:
|Washington Street||Both Sides|
|Willow Avenue||West Side- Observer Hwy to 11th Street|
|Third Street||North Side- Jackson Street to River Street|
|Fourth Street||South Side- River Street to Jackson Street|
|Fifth Street||South Side- Clinton Street to Hudson Street|
|13th Street||North Side-Washington Street to Willow Avenue|
The Hoboken Parking Utility is extending the courtesy to Hoboken residents with Residential parking permits to keep their vehicles in Garages B (28 2nd Street) and D (215 Hudson Street) at the reduced Resident rate of $5.00 through 8am on Monday. Regular rates apply at other times.
Dumping or shoveling snow into restricted fire hydrants areas or into City streets is a violation of the law and subject to a fine. Keeping these areas clear is vital for the safety of the general public.
On Monday, City Hall opening will be delayed for 2 hours.