Updates from Hoboken City Council President Jen Giattino
Hoboken City Council President Jen Giattino announces:
2016 NATIONAL NIGHT OUT
Time: 5pm until 9pm
Walkway along Sinatra Drive
$10 for children 12 & under
$15 for seniors
$250 To reserve a table (seats 10 people)
Seating is limited, so buy tickets early.
4 kinds of pasta, meatballs, sausage, eggplant parmigiana, salad, bread & Italian desserts
and featuring performance by Zack Alexander (2016 Sinatra Idol Winner)
Wine, beer, water and soda will also be available at additional cost sold to raise funds for the Hoboken Ambulance Corp. Outside alcohol is not permitted. Coolers will be checked at the entrance.
Tickets can be purchased at:
Only cash or money orders will be accepted.
Tickets being sold until TBD.
No tickets will be sold at the door, night of the event.
For more information, call 201-420-2207 or firstname.lastname@example.org
When work resumes, construction will be done overnight.
- ALWAYS LOCK UNATTENDED BICYCLES. Lightweight cable or chain locks do not provide adequate security in most areas. Use a heavy duty U type lock. Do not protect a $1000 mode of transportation with a $10 lock
- For the greatest theft deterrence, use two locks such as a U-lock and a locking cable. The longer it takes a thief to get through your bike security, the less likely your bike will be stolen
- Lock to a fixed, immovable object like a permanent bike rack. Be careful not to lock to items that can be easily cut, broken or removed. Be careful that your bike cannot be lifted over the top of the object to which it is locked
- Properly secure bicycles in garages or storage units
- Remove or secure any bicycle components and accessories that can easily be taken
- Observe individuals loitering near parked bicycles, even if the bikes are locked. Call the Hoboken Police Department at 201-420-2100 to report suspicious activity and provide a good suspect description.
A thief with the proper tools can steal a bicycle in under a minute. Bicycles have been taken from bike racks and outside residences, while secured to gates. To help combat these thefts, the Hoboken Police Department urges residents to keep bicycles inside their homes whenever possible and not outside the gates or inside their garages unsecured. When a bicycle needs to be locked outdoors, always use a lock and chain of the highest quality and lock the bicycle in a well-lit place with high foot traffic.
The Hoboken Police Department uses the National Bike Registry to help bicycle owners recover their bicycles in case of theft. Bicycle owners can visit the Police Department to complete a bicycle registration forms which will be kept on file. Bicycle owners should bring their bicycle serial number(s), descriptive information (frame size, color, make, etc.) and purchase receipt (if available) to complete the registration.
Wed. August 10 – The Peanuts Movie
7pm – Preschool of Rock will start the night with a musical performance for the whole family!
Wed. August 17 – Inside Out
In case of heavy rain, film presentation will be canceled.
Assisted listening devices available upon request with 3 weeks advance notice.
- Streets & Sidewalks
- Lights, Signals, &Signs
- Parks & Trees
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