City of Hoboken Police Department - Traffic Bureau 256 Observer Hwy, Hoboken, NJ07030 The traffic bureau is based in Hoboken's central garage. The bureau is responsible for the street lights, signage,…More street painting and installing special street decorations such as the street lamp lights during the holiday season. For more information or to report a problem, call the number provided.
The Department of Public Safety is located within the City Hall building at lower Washington Street. Run by director…More Angel Alicea, the department is responsible for overseeing and assisting the Fire Department and the Police Department.
There is a downloadable form available on the Web site for individuals who wish to hold an event in the City of Hoboken.
The City of Hoboken Police Headquarters, which is located at 106 Hudson St., has been at its current location since…More 1856. The department is comprised of the following departments: Administrative Services, Community Policing Services, Inspectional Services, Investigative Services, Traffic Enforcement and Uniformed Patrol Services.
The Community Policing Bureau has regularly scheduled meet-and-greets. Those interested can call the headquarters for more information. The department also offers free child car seat installation.
McCarthy's Pub 104 Hudson St, Hoboken, NJ07030 McCarthy's opened in the fall of 2009, and has a combination of exposed brick and wood-paneled walls that create a…More modern atmosphere. Its a long, narrow, but cozy bar in the building next to the Hoboken Police Station. Owner Steve Carr also runs the popular Hoboken Pizza, just around the corner, and offers the pizza at McCarthy's. Pizza is free on Monday nights. There are several large screen TVs, making McCarthy's a popular, low-key spot to watch a game. Strange but true, everyone comments on how nice the ladies room is, located one level below the rest of the establishment.
Bill of Rights Foundation's primary focus is on civil rights and constitutional litigation. In addition to its…More Hoboken office, it has an office in lower Manhattan.
The foundation is run by George Sommers. Sommers, who has been a lawyer for 22 years, won a landmark case in 1994 against the New York City Police Department. The case determined that begging is protected by the 1st amendment. The city had to pay legal fees associated the the case; part of those fees went towards setting up this foundation.