Bayonne Bridge Advisory - November 27 - December 1, 2017

Administration - 11/22/2017 4:27:00 PM

The Bayonne Bridge will remain open through the rest of the week and weekend in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. The next scheduled closing will be an overnight closure on Friday, December 1, from 11:59 PM Friday, December 1, to 8:00 AM Saturday, December 2. 

Daily schedule:
Monday, November 27  – NO CLOSURES

Tuesday, November 28 – NO CLOSURES

Wednesday, November 29 – NO CLOSURES

Thursday, November 30 – NO CLOSURES

Friday, December 1 – CLOSED 11:59 PM Friday to 8:00 AM Saturday

Next weekend, the Bayonne Bride will perform an overnight closure on Friday, December 1, from 11:59 PM Friday to 8:00 AM Saturday.

The Monday through Thursday overnight 7:00 pm-5:00 am closures have been suspended until the spring of 2018. This is due to the contractor's progress, upcoming holidays, and winter season. However, the bridge may be closed overnight on select Fridays to accommodate material delivery. Full weekend closings of the bridge are not expected to occur through the rest of 2017. To receive real time traffic updates, register for Bridge and Tunnel Alerts at or follow the Bayonne Bridge on Twitter.

Local Streets – Full or Partial Closures

Bayonne, NJ - Margaret Street is closed until 2019. West 4th Street is closed until December 2017. Juliette Street is closed until December 2017. West 3rd Street is closed until November 2017.

Staten Island, NY - Richmond Terrace, between Newark Avenue and Morningstar Road, is closed weeknights, from 9:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. the following morning, until December 2017.

City of Bayonne Closing Notice for Thursday, November 23, and Friday, November 24

AAA - 11/22/2017 3:32:00 PM

Civilian offices at City Hall in Bayonne will be closed for Thanksgiving Day and the day after (Thursday, November 23, and Friday, November 24). 
Bayonne Municipal Court will be closed on both days.  
Regular garbage and recycling pick-ups will take place. Thursday: Recycling pick-ups will take place from 1st Street to 30th Street including Prospect Avenue, Avenue F, and Harbor Pointe (formerly The Alexan). Friday: Regular garbage pick-ups will take place on every street except Broadway.
The Public Library will be closed on both days. The Constable Hook Recycling Drop-Off Site will be closed on both days
Street-sweeping and alternate side of the street parking will be suspended on both days.  Parking meters and residential permit parking regulations will not be enforced on either Thursday, November 23, or Friday, November 24.

Mayor Davis, Council Members, and Community Volunteers Help the Needy

AAA - 11/22/2017 3:26:00 PM

Mayor Jimmy Davis, City Council Members, and community volunteers helped unload and distribute 100 frozen turkeys for residents in need.  Mayor Davis and the Council Members donate turkeys annually to St. Henry’s Church. The event took place at St. Henry’s School building.  Pictured in approximate left to right order: First Ward Council Member Tom Cotter, Third Ward Council Member Gary LaPelusa, Laura Stanlaw, Leanna Karlicki, Pat Stanlaw, Mike Stanlaw, Bill Stanlaw, City Council President Sharon Ashe Nadrowski, Marie Pope (Director of Religious Education/Youth Ministry, St. Henry’s Parish), Yesenia Luciano, Rich Marchitto, Mickey Gonzalez, Mayor Jimmy Davis, Abdul Butt, and Second Ward Council Member Sal Gullace.

Frieze Art

AAA - 11/22/2017 2:18:00 PM

New classic art by Route 440:  The Alessi Organization has installed classic art from 1929 at a new plaza near East 22nd Street and Route 440 in Bayonne.  This work of art, which is called a frieze, is a tribute to the history of labor, from ancient Egypt to the 20th century.  The frieze was originally part of the former Philadelphia Civic Center, which has been demolished.  The art was salvaged from that building, and was brought to Bayonne.  The history of labor frieze is joined by millstones and paving stones by the northbound side of Route 440.  The art and stones have been installed by an Alessi  commercial development that is nearing completion.

CubeSmart Groundbreaking

Administration - 11/22/2017 2:05:00 PM

Ground-breaking ceremony for CubeSmart: City leaders joined business representatives for a ground-breaking ceremony for CubeSmart, a self-storage company.  CubeSmart plans to construct 2,000 storage units on East 22nd Street.   Pictured left to right: Eugene Sevora, Frank Alessi, City Council President Sharon Ashe-Nadrowski, Vincent Alessi, Third Ward Council Member Gary LaPelusa, Frank Cribello, Mayor Jimmy Davis, Second Ward Council Member Sal Gullace, First Ward Council Member Tom Cotter, and Alessandro Alessi.

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