Effective 12:00 midnight, streets and roads in Bayonne are reserved for emergency vehicles. Private, non-emergency vehicles should not be driven until further notice, due to the hurricane. Effective 12:00 midnight, bars and taverns in the City of Bayonne should close until further notice, due to the hurricane.
Street-sweeping and parking meter regulations will be suspended in Bayonne on Saturday, August 27, in anticipation of Hurricane Irene.
High winds and heavy rains are expected. The City of Bayonne recommends strongly that residents of certain low-lying areas evacuate. Those areas are the Alexan, the Boatworks, First Street, Second Street, and the homes around Ahern Veterans’ stadium at Park Road and the foot of West 25th Street. We are establishing shelters at four public […]
Mayor Mark A. Smith and the Municipal Council announced that Running Dog, a Bayonne band, will perform in the City of Bayonne’s Summer Sounds by the Bay concert series on Wednesday, August 24, weather permitting. Running Dog plays rock, the blues, and soul music. The concert site is the amphitheater on the lower level of […]
Mayor Mark A. Smith announced that preparation work for paving is starting this week on several streets, weather and construction-related factors permitting. Tilcon, the paving contractor, issued a tentative schedule. On Wednesday, August 24, Tilcon is expected to install storm water drains on West 57th Street between Avenue B and Avenue C; West 45th Street […]
The Bayonne Free Public Library announced that magician Mark Zacharia will present a show called “Swashbuckling Fun” on Tuesday, August 23, at 11:00 a.m. The program will take place in the O’Connor Gallery on the second floor of the library, which is located at 31st Street and Avenue C. Magician Mark will teach the children […]
The Bayonne Tax Collector’s Office announced that third quarter property tax payments are due on Wednesday, August 24. The nominal legal due date for the tax bills was Monday, August 1. However, the City Council authorized a grace period through August 24. Payments made by that date will avoid a late fee. Property owners may […]
Bayonne’s Public Works Department and Quality of Life Office are urging property owners to remove any weeds that are growing from their sidewalks and curblines in Bayonne. Public Works Director Gary Chmielewski said, “During the summer, weeds tend to grow up around curbs and sidewalks in the city. Under municipal ordinances, owners and their representatives […]
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