In October of 2018, Hoboken Mayor Ravinder S. Bhalla officially opened the new Office of Constituent Affairs, conveniently located on the 1st Floor of City Hall. The Office of Constituent Affairs exists to help residents with quality of life issues, with a special attention paid to the needs of Hoboken’s seniors, low-income tenants, and residents with disabilities. In an effort to make sure all resident concerns are heard, the office will holds Open Office Hours with Mayor Bhalla at various times and locations across our City. In overseeing the City’s digital 311 system, the Office of Constituent Affairs tracks response times across City Hall Departments and implements data to improve the daily function of municipal services for residents.
This office is run by the Hoboken’s Chief of Constituent Affairs, Caroline Caulfield. Caulfield is a fourth generation Hobokenite and a former aide to U.S. Senator Cory Booker. Open Monday through Friday, from 9am till 4pm, the office serves as a central location where residents can come receive the quality assistance they deserve. Should you like to make an appointment in advance or outside of those hours, Caulfield can be reached by calling 201 – 420 – 2000 ext.1311 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
To obtain city records, you must submit an OPRA request. Please bring the completed form to the Clerk’s office, fax it, or email it to us.
The Clerk’s Office is responsible for holding municipal, county, state, and federal elections. For more information, visit:
Register to Vote
In New Jersey residents must be registered to vote 21 days prior to an election. You can pick up and return completed voter registration forms to this office or download a voter registration application form.
If you have any questions about upcoming elections or the registration process please call our office.
City Ward Maps
The City of Hoboken is made up of six wards, each with several voting districts.
Click here to download the Film Permit application form. The application must be reviewed by the Police Department – Chief’s office or a representative (Chief Ken Ferrante, (201)-420-2002). The Police Department will explain city rules and the requirements for filming and location of vehicles, equipment, and traffic regulations and will make a recommendation to the Film Commission. The Film Commission will review and approve or deny the application.
The completed application must be submitted at least 3 days (72 Hours) prior to the scheduled filming dates. The City will review it and contact the appropriate city officials to verify safety procedures. Please follow the instructions on the film permit application form.
Upon issuance of the film permit by the Clerk’s office there will be a $700.00 fee (as of 4/12/10) due and payable to the City of Hoboken.