• 29 Jul 2015 3:44 PM | Anonymous
    Each year 9C Tavern pledges to fill at least 50 backpacks full of much needed school supplies which get distributed to students who need them. For students whose families struggle to make ends meet this is a much welcomed event. They will be collecting through Aug 29th. Supplies can be dropped off at 9th and Coles Tavern located at 174 Coles Street Jersey City NJ 07302 during regular business hours. Below is a pdf link that you can click to get the list of supplies they are collecting:

    List of Supplies

    Facebook Link

  • 10 Jul 2015 12:58 PM | Anonymous

    If reading this correctly this would allow a "cafe" to be an approved use anywhere retail is allowed. It also changes the definition of a cafe from a Category 2 restaurant to a retail use. This would possibly go to Caucus on Monday evening.

    2015.07.09 Revised and Final Cafe Definition Ordinance.pdf

  • 28 Jun 2015 1:03 PM | Anonymous

  • 18 Jun 2015 10:47 AM | Anonymous

    On behalf of the Site Administrator for Jersey City PPG Chromium Sites, please find the attached update package on the status of cleanup activities at the Garfield Ave Sites.  Please direct any questions to Mr. McCabe (information is below) or visit the website http://www.chromiumcleanup.com/.

    2015.05.01 Garfield Avenue Sites Update.pdf

    W. Michael McCabe

    Site Administrator - Jersey City PPG Chromium Sites

    201-777-2099 (Jersey City)

    610-388-9626 (direct line)


  • 17 Jun 2015 1:41 PM | Anonymous

    From Project Handshake:

    Jersey City’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion, New Jersey City University, (NJCU) Starting Points and the Citi Foundation are conducting the first immigrant research study in Jersey City, Project Handshake.

    According to the United States Census, between 2009-2013, the foreign-born population of Jersey City represented 39% or 98,153 people.  Over the years, there has been no research about this immigrant population and its needs. By conducting this research project in the six wards of the city, we will gain a good snapshot of the foreign-born population.

    The City Council Members of Jersey City support this research and they have shared the names of some of the community leaders in each ward. We are looking for at least 6-10 volunteers to participate in a focus group in your ward.  This focus group is generally set up on Tuesday at 2-4 or 6-8 p.m.

    The design for Project Handshake consists of two focus groups (FG) per ward, two hours per focus group.  City Corps (community interpreters and translators) will provide the translation and interpretation as requested. NJCU student volunteers have been trained to document the information by the International Institute for Community Building of Starting Points who will also lead the FG discussions.

    I am asking for a diverse mix of immigrants (old, young, married, unmarried, newly settled in Jersey City or a longtime resident of the city) to participate in a focus group. After collecting the information from the focus groups, we will prepare a document which will be shared with the City Council of Jersey City, New Jersey City University and the Citi Community Development Fund.  No names will be mentioned in the report and comments will be made in confidence.

    If you have any questions about this project, please contact  ctansey@startingpoints.edu
  • 17 Jun 2015 1:32 PM | Anonymous

    Hudson County Center is asking us to help spread the word for the following events and sent us the following:

    Listed are upcoming activities that will be taking place at our Hudson County Center. Please help us promote these activities with people in our community. 

    1. English Conversation Circles for people who want to practice their English in a relaxed environment. This 10-week summer program will beginWednesday July 8th 2015.  
    2. Voter Registration Drive August 3rd - 7th 2015. We want to register as many eligible voters in Hudson County as possible. 
    3. Citizenship Preparation Classes. Our next session begins Tuesday July 28th 2015 (classes will take place Tuesdays and Thursdays). Registration is now open. Call to register. 

    Attached are flyers for these upcoming events; all of our programs are at no cost to the community of Hudson County. We are also accepting volunteers to help us run these programs.Contact us if you have any questions.  

  • 15 Jun 2015 10:38 AM | Anonymous

    The Jersey City Planning Board will review a report titled "Report Concerning the Determination of the City Hall Study Area as a "Non-Condemnation Area in Need of Redevelopment" at its regular meeting on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, 5:30pm, 280 Grove Street.

    The JC Planning Division will present this report documenting the current conditions of the property mentioned above.  

    Click the following link for the pdf file of the full report:  City Hall Study Report

  • 25 May 2015 2:43 PM | Anonymous

    It's official!  The middle school, Explore 2000, will be moving to 180 9th Street.  

    Explore 2000, the county middle school serving students in grades 6-8, is moving to the Ninth Street facility.  This move will enable this STEM- focused and project-based school to grow from approximately 50 students to 240 students and create lab space for hands-on learning. The school has an excellent track record of preparing students for high-performing local high schools and its expansion will increase the availability of quality middle school options for Jersey City students. 

    In addition, the County will be offering a range of adult education courses at the facility, including advanced manufacturing, as well as ESL and GED classes. The gymnasium will be continue to be accessible to Jersey City organizations.

  • 20 May 2015 9:20 PM | Anonymous
    The Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association in conjunction with the Jersey City Art School are hosting a design idea competition for a Little Free Library, to be placed in Hamilton Park. 
    The HPNA is providing a $300.00 prize for the winning design! 

    DEADLINE: JUNE 15, 2015

    What is a Little Free Library?
    It’s a “take a book, return a book” gathering place where neighbors share their favorite books. In its most basic form, a Little Free Library is a box full of literature and stories where anyone may stop by and pick up a book (or two) and bring back another book to share. There are tens of thousands of Little Free Libraries throughout the world. For more information on the Little Free Library movement, as well as useful information for designing one, see littlefreelibrary.org.

    Design requirements:
    Designed structure should hold a minimum of 30-40 books.It should have flexible Space to accommodate big books (children's book or oversize books)
    Height / Length: 5 ft maximum - Width / Depth: 2 ft. maximum.  Material specification is must. Be sure to design for protected use in all weather conditions, and have anti-vandalism features.
    Electronic entries are preferred, but designs can be sent via drawings or model as well. Be sure to include your name, phone number, e-mail, and address.

    Please send your entries to:
    Bhavana Ingale, HPNA Trustee, i.bhavna@gmail.com, or c/o PMB #166, 344 Grove Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302
    Any questions? Call Brigid Cahalan, HPNA Trustee at 646-784-5447

Address: 344 Grove St. PMB #166, Jersey City, NJ 07302

Phone: +1 (201) 589-0750

Email: hpnajc@gmail.com

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