The state of emergency regarding Hurricane Sandy has NOT been lifted. Continuing storm conditions, rainfall, and area flooding are expected to continue into Tuesday evening (October 30). Bayonne emergency management personnel have begun the process of assessing damage around our community, and Public Works employees are clearing debris and fallen trees from city streets. Much […]
A citywide curfew will be enacted at 6:00 p.m. this evening (Monday, October 29). All non-essential travel on city streets is prohibited. Please park your vehicle in a safe location and remain in your home for the duration of the storm. Should you have any questions, you may call the City of Bayonne’s Hurricane Hotline […]
If you live in any of the following neighborhoods, the City of Bayonne urges you to secure your property and evacuate the neighborhood before flooding occurs: – South of 3rd Street – Homes around Ahern Veterans Stadium, Park Road, and the foot of West 25th Street – West 24th Street Trailer Park – The Boatworks […]
THE CITY OF BAYONNE HAS ISSUED THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANE SANDY: MAYOR MARK A. SMITH HAS DECLARED A STATE OF EMERGENCY IN THE CITY OF BAYONNE, EFFECTIVE AT 6:00 P.M. SUNDAY NIGHT. WE ASK THAT ALL NON-ESSENTIAL VEHICLES STAY OFF THE ROADS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. HIGH WINDS AND HEAVY RAINS ARE EXPECTED. THE CITY […]
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