The City of Hoboken is the proud birthplace of the first organized game of baseball and we are committed to fair, fun, and safe play through fundamental athletic instruction. We strive to provide programming reflective of our diverse and dynamic community to feed the mind, body, and soul through passive and active recreation for all age groups.
The City of Hoboken Recreation Division requires all registrant to provide a copy of their birth certificate as well as proof of residency. Proof of residency could be one of the following documents:
Please note, additional registration requirements may be necessary based on the league or sport chosen.
All recreation programming is free of charge for those who qualify for free and reduced lunch.
Improvements to the former Monarch Site acquired by the City in 2021 for purposes of a public waterfront park.
Improvements to Maxwell Park following Tree Damage from Tropical Storm Isaias.
Friends of Church Square Park partners with the City of Hoboken to enhance quality of life in Church Square Park
Friends of Elysian Park partners with the City of Hoboken to enhance quality of life in Elysian Park
Madison Street Park is the only park located in the 3rd Ward and is used heavily by residents.
5+ acres of passive and active recreation space that will manage up to 2 million gallons of stormwater to mitigate flooding.
2 acres of open space and public gymnasium that manage 470,000+ gallons of stormwater to mitigate flooding.