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Re-Opening of City Cooling Stations

Mayor Jimmy Davis and Rob Wondolowski, Director of Municipal Services,would like to announce the re-opening of the city cooling centers. It will commence today, July 9, and extend through tomorrow in order to help residents who are affected by the summer heat. The cooling centers,located at the city’s senior citizen centers, will be open at 597 Broadway, and 329 […]

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Hurricane Survival Guide

A new Hurricane Survival Guide has been released.

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Sires Announces Grant Award for Bayonne Fire Department

Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Sires announced that the Bayonne Fire Department has received a grant award of $295,291 from the Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.  This program provides grants to qualified agencies in order to strengthen their overall level of preparedness and ability to respond to fire and related hazards. This […]

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Bayonne Library Subscribes to Ancestry.com’s Library Edition

Mayor Mark A. Smith announced that the Bayonne Public Library is now subscribed to Ancestry Library Edition, which is powered by Ancestry.com.  Ancestry Library Edition delivers billions of records in census data, vital records, directories, photos, and more.  Bayonne Public Library patrons now have access to an unprecedented amount of genealogical materials through the world’s […]

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Bayonne Recreation Division Receives U.S. Soccer Foundation Grant For Synthetic Turf For Soccer Field

Mayor Mark A. Smith announced that the U.S. Soccer Foundation, the major charitable arm of soccer in the United States, has awarded a grant to the City of Bayonne Recreation Division totaling $33,460.00 to support the installation of Synthetic Turf for a youth soccer field. In its continued effort to grow the game of soccer […]

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Video Presentation: Development of Harbor Station South

Please watch this informative video presentation on the exciting development of Harbor Station South.

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City of Bayonne Details Proposals for Developing Harbor Station South at Peninsula; City Airing Proposals on BAY-TV

Bayonne Mayor Mark A. Smith announced that, of the many developers who attended the City-sponsored development seminar back in November, the City initially has selected three proposals to explore further. The developers have submitted detailed expressions of interest in redeveloping Harbor Station South, a 57-acre portion of the Peninsula at BayonneHarbor, the former Military Ocean […]

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Deadline Extended to February 28 for Submitting Redevelopment Proposals for Harbor Station South

Due to substantial developer interest in Harbor Station South, Mayor Mark A. Smith announced that the City of Bayonne has extended the deadline for filing Requests for an Expression of Interest (RFEI) in redeveloping that 55-acre portion of the Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor (the former Military Ocean Terminal).  The deadline for filing an RFEI was […]

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