Move Vehicles From Snow Routes or Face Tow, City Says

Winter storm warning issued with as much as 8 inches of snow possible.

Hoboken schools are closed, street cleaning rules will not be enforced and vehicles must be removed from snow emergency routes or face ticketing or tow as another round of snow hits the city on Monday.

A winter storm warning has been issued for Hoboken and most of Northern New Jersey until 7 p.m. Monday. As much as 8 inches of snow is possible Monday with another dose of frozen precipitation expected Tuesday into Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

The following roads are the snow emergency routes in Hoboken:
  • Washington Street (Both sides)—from Observer Highway to 15th Street
  • Willow Avenue (West side)—from Observer Highway to 11th Street 
  • 3rd Street (North side)—from Jackson Street to River Street 
  • 4th Street (South side)—from River Street to Jackson Street 
  • 5th Street (South side)—from Clinton Street to River Street 
  • 9th Street (North side)—from Jackson Street to River Street 
  • 13th Street (North side)—from Washington Street to Willow Avenue 
  • 17th Street (Both sides)—from Willow Avenue to Jefferson Street
The city is also providing discounted parking in several municipal garages. Garage B on 2nd Street between Hudson and River streets and Garage D at 215 Hudson St. will be available from 8 a.m. Monday to 8 a.m. Tuesday for $5 per day for residents with valid parking permits or temporary placards. Residents with disabilities who have handicapped license plates or hang tags can park for the same rate in the Midtown Garage at 371 4th St.

Meters and other regulations remain in effect and garbage pickup is still on schedule, according to a Nixle alert released Monday morning.

Hoboken property owners must also clear all sidewalks near the property as well as wheelchair ramps and curb cuts within six hours after the completion of the storm, the city's Nixle alert said.
Hermes Wears Adidas February 04, 2014 at 06:33 PM
300Marshall - the 86 old (if she owns) should hire someone to clean. Laws have to be enforced... PeoplePlease - by your own admission you were breaking the law because you are so lazy...seriously get a clue.
I am Spartacus February 04, 2014 at 10:36 PM
Do you really think someone who supports law breakers over honest politicians actually cares about following the law themselves?
Hermes Wears Adidas February 05, 2014 at 10:58 AM
300Marshall - aggressive ticketing benefits you as that area is the projects. Son of Sam was busted because of parking tickets.....
Pops February 05, 2014 at 12:30 PM
@Hermes, 300Marshall will never find anything positive to say about anything connected with the current administration. Nothing to be gained by feeding a troll.


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