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Transportation initiatives to improve parking

Beginning on March 4, the City will be launching several parking initiatives intended to improve the overall parking experience in Hoboken. The initiatives, which were approved by City Council late last year, aim to improve on-street parking availability in business districts. This includes the launching of a new and improved “virtual” visitor permit system that allows visitor permits to be purchased and activated online, and the reintroduction of the “Daily Debit Program” to provide cheap, daily garage parking for Hoboken business employees as opposed to taking up on street parking.  Additionally, the City is implementing dynamic, market-based pricing throughout Hoboken, decreasing short term pricing in Garage B, D and Midtown, and reinvesting revenue into New Jersey’s first Parking Benefit District to fund economic development, streetscape, and infrastructure projects.  Finally, the City will be making Hop bus service free of charge beginning March 4.

Parking Benefit District

The City is preparing to launch the first Parking Benefit District in New Jersey. A Parking Benefit District is a geographic area where parking revenues are collected and reinvested into economic development initiatives designed to attract customers to business districts. The City expects to invest approximately $250,000 into Parking Benefit District projects in Year 1 with a goal of investing a minimum of $1,000,000 to $2,000,000 over five years. Types of projects that will be eligible for Parking Benefit District funding include public transportation, parking technology and infrastructure (parking app, repairs and modernization of garages, etc.), streetscape improvements (planters, public seating, new signage, etc.), green infrastructure (street trees, rain gardens, etc.), and safety improvements to streets.  

For Year 1 of the Parking Benefit District, the City is preparing to use parking revenues for the following initiatives:  

FREE Hop bus service;
• New Hop buses;
• Mobile parking app;
• Streetscape enhancements on Washington Street.  

Free Hop bus service will begin Monday, March 4. Other target Year 1 projects will be subject to council approval.

Daily Debit Program

The Daily Debit Program, which provides $5/day parking for Hoboken business employees in Garage B (28 2nd St), Garage D (215 Hudson St), Midtown Garage (371 4th St), and Lot 3 (1301 Jefferson St), is now accepting new customers into the program on a first-come, first-serve basis until program capacity limits are reached. For more information, please contact the Hoboken Parking Utility at 201-653-1919 or visit www.hobokennj.gov/parking-center.  

Virtual Visitor Permits

The Hoboken Parking Utility is preparing to upgrade its visitor permits from scratch-off hang-tags to online "virtual permits". With the new virtual visitor permits, Hoboken residents will no longer need to physically go to the HPU Customer Service window to pick-up scratch off hang-tags; instead, residents with active HPU Online accounts will be able to purchase and activate visitor permits for their guests online from the comfort of their home, or anywhere with an internet connection. The virtual visitor permits will also include new customer-friendly features such as notification reminders before the visitor permits expire. Hang-tag permits will continue to be accepted during a transition phase. More information about the new virtual visitor permits will be announced in the coming weeks.

Dynamic Pricing

Back in November, the City Council approved a series of initiatives to address parking pricing imbalances, improve curbside parking availability, and attract more customers to the City’s business districts. The first initiative aims to achieve parking policy best practice of 85% occupancy rates on-street, which means one-to-two parking spaces should be consistently available on each block within business districts. To accomplish that, on-street parking rates will be changed to between $0.50 and $0.90 for 15 minutes, which are similar to rates in Atlantic City, New York, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Boston, Miami, Seattle, San Francisco, and other cities. Click here for a map of the updated dynamic pricing zones.

The second initiative will decrease parking rates in Garage B, Garage D, and Midtown Garage for the first hour to encourage more short-term visitors arriving by car to park in garages. Time limits in all existing metered parking zones will also be standardized to four hours, and on some commercial or retail blocks meter hours will be extended to midnight to improve curbside parking availability near businesses open after 9:00 pm.

As is the current policy, individuals with a resident parking permit will not need to pay to park on the visitor sides of permit parking zones (white sign, green lettering). The fee of $15 per year for a residential parking permit remains unchanged.

For more information about the launch of dynamic metered pricing and the City’s new Parking Benefit District, see the FAQ section.  

Lot 3 Transient Parking  

Starting in March, the City will begin allowing hourly parking in the surface parking lot at 1301 Jefferson Street (aka "Lot 3"). Drivers will be able to enter the lot and pay for parking in 15-minute increments using ParkMobile or one of two parking pay stations located at either end of the lot. This will add approximately 30 short-term parking spaces in northwest Hoboken for residents or visitors traveling to the NW Pop-Up Park, movie theater, visiting friends and family, eating out at a nearby restaurant, going rock climbing, etc. More information will be announced in the coming weeks.  

Lot 3 Reduced Monthly Parking Fees

Monthly rates have recently been reduced from $195/month to $175/month at the surface parking at 1301 Jefferson Street (aka "Lot 3"). Monthly parking in Lot 3 is currently open to both residents and non-residents. Please contact the Hoboken Parking Utility at 201-653-1919 to inquire about availability.

Transportation initiatives to improve parking

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Transportation initiatives to improve parking

Beginning on March 4, the City will be launching several parking initiatives intended to improve the overall parking experience in Hoboken. The initiatives, which were approved by City Council late last year, aim to improve on-street parking availability in business districts. This includes the launching of a new and improved “virtual” visitor permit system that allows visitor permits to be purchased and activated online, and the reintroduction of the “Daily Debit Program” to provide cheap, daily garage parking for Hoboken business employees as opposed to taking up on street parking.  Additionally, the City is implementing dynamic, market-based pricing throughout Hoboken, decreasing short term pricing in Garage B, D and Midtown, and reinvesting revenue into New Jersey’s first Parking Benefit District to fund economic development, streetscape, and infrastructure projects.  Finally, the City will be making Hop bus service free of charge beginning March 4.

Parking Benefit District

The City is preparing to launch the first Parking Benefit District in New Jersey. A Parking Benefit District is a geographic area where parking revenues are collected and reinvested into economic development initiatives designed to attract customers to business districts. The City expects to invest approximately $250,000 into Parking Benefit District projects in Year 1 with a goal of investing a minimum of $1,000,000 to $2,000,000 over five years. Types of projects that will be eligible for Parking Benefit District funding include public transportation, parking technology and infrastructure (parking app, repairs and modernization of garages, etc.), streetscape improvements (planters, public seating, new signage, etc.), green infrastructure (street trees, rain gardens, etc.), and safety improvements to streets.  

For Year 1 of the Parking Benefit District, the City is preparing to use parking revenues for the following initiatives:  

FREE Hop bus service;
• New Hop buses;
• Mobile parking app;
• Streetscape enhancements on Washington Street.  

Free Hop bus service will begin Monday, March 4. Other target Year 1 projects will be subject to council approval.

Daily Debit Program

The Daily Debit Program, which provides $5/day parking for Hoboken business employees in Garage B (28 2nd St), Garage D (215 Hudson St), Midtown Garage (371 4th St), and Lot 3 (1301 Jefferson St), is now accepting new customers into the program on a first-come, first-serve basis until program capacity limits are reached. For more information, please contact the Hoboken Parking Utility at 201-653-1919 or visit www.hobokennj.gov/parking-center.  

Virtual Visitor Permits

The Hoboken Parking Utility is preparing to upgrade its visitor permits from scratch-off hang-tags to online "virtual permits". With the new virtual visitor permits, Hoboken residents will no longer need to physically go to the HPU Customer Service window to pick-up scratch off hang-tags; instead, residents with active HPU Online accounts will be able to purchase and activate visitor permits for their guests online from the comfort of their home, or anywhere with an internet connection. The virtual visitor permits will also include new customer-friendly features such as notification reminders before the visitor permits expire. Hang-tag permits will continue to be accepted during a transition phase. More information about the new virtual visitor permits will be announced in the coming weeks.

Dynamic Pricing

Back in November, the City Council approved a series of initiatives to address parking pricing imbalances, improve curbside parking availability, and attract more customers to the City’s business districts. The first initiative aims to achieve parking policy best practice of 85% occupancy rates on-street, which means one-to-two parking spaces should be consistently available on each block within business districts. To accomplish that, on-street parking rates will be changed to between $0.50 and $0.90 for 15 minutes, which are similar to rates in Atlantic City, New York, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Boston, Miami, Seattle, San Francisco, and other cities. Click here for a map of the updated dynamic pricing zones.

The second initiative will decrease parking rates in Garage B, Garage D, and Midtown Garage for the first hour to encourage more short-term visitors arriving by car to park in garages. Time limits in all existing metered parking zones will also be standardized to four hours, and on some commercial or retail blocks meter hours will be extended to midnight to improve curbside parking availability near businesses open after 9:00 pm.

As is the current policy, individuals with a resident parking permit will not need to pay to park on the visitor sides of permit parking zones (white sign, green lettering). The fee of $15 per year for a residential parking permit remains unchanged.

For more information about the launch of dynamic metered pricing and the City’s new Parking Benefit District, see the FAQ section.  

Lot 3 Transient Parking  

Starting in March, the City will begin allowing hourly parking in the surface parking lot at 1301 Jefferson Street (aka "Lot 3"). Drivers will be able to enter the lot and pay for parking in 15-minute increments using ParkMobile or one of two parking pay stations located at either end of the lot. This will add approximately 30 short-term parking spaces in northwest Hoboken for residents or visitors traveling to the NW Pop-Up Park, movie theater, visiting friends and family, eating out at a nearby restaurant, going rock climbing, etc. More information will be announced in the coming weeks.  

Lot 3 Reduced Monthly Parking Fees

Monthly rates have recently been reduced from $195/month to $175/month at the surface parking at 1301 Jefferson Street (aka "Lot 3"). Monthly parking in Lot 3 is currently open to both residents and non-residents. Please contact the Hoboken Parking Utility at 201-653-1919 to inquire about availability.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is “dynamic pricing”?
Dynamic pricing means that on-street metered parking rates are market-based and vary from block to block depending on either demand, time of day, or day of the week. Dynamic pricing is emerging as a best practice in transportation and parking policy and is used by many cities around the world.
In Hoboken, dynamic pricing will result in four tiers of rates based on curbside parking demand. In general, metered rates will be higher ($0.75/15 minutes or $0.90/15 minutes) in commercial and retail destinations and lower ($0.60/15 minutes or $0.50/15 minutes) in areas further removed from commercial/retail destinations.

What is the purpose of dynamic pricing?
The purpose of dynamic pricing is to “rightsize” the price of metered parking to encourage enough turnover so that there are consistently one-to-two spaces available per block (approximately 85% occupancy) in business districts. At 85% occupancy, curbside management in Hoboken’s business districts should improve since there will be less pressure for drivers to park illegally. The whole system should work better, resulting in less pressure to double park, fewer parking tickets, reduced conflicts with pedestrians, cyclists, and buses, more orderly loading and deliveries, etc.

How will I know what the price of metered parking is now?
Click here to view a map of the new rate zones.

Do you offer discounted parking on the “visitor side” of permit parking zones for guests of Hoboken residents?
Yes, the Hoboken Parking Utility offers Visitor Permits at a discount of just $5/day. Hoboken residents can purchase visitor permits (aka “visitor hang tags”) from the Hoboken Parking Utility and provide them to their visitors, which allows them to park on the visitor side of permit parking zones (white signs, green lettering) without having to pay a meter or ParkMobile. In the coming weeks, the Parking Utility will be transitioning to Virtual Visitor Permits, which residents will be able to conveniently purchase and activate online.

Are there options available for local Hoboken employees to improve their parking experience?
Employees (or anyone else) in Hoboken have never been permitted to park on-street for longer than the posted time limit in metered parking zones, which also takes away parking spaces that are intended for use by customers of local businesses. Hoboken is one of the most transit-rich communities in all of North America, and it is recommended that employees commute to work using transit whenever possible. However, for employees of Hoboken businesses that do commute by car, the City has two programs that aim to help assist employees of Hoboken businesses with parking:
1. Daily Debit Program; the Hoboken Parking Utility is currently accepting new customers into its Daily Debit Program on a first-come, first-serve basis. The Daily Debit program offers $5/day discounted parking in municipal garages B, D, and Midtown.

2. Business Permits; employees of Hoboken-based businesses may be eligible to purchase business permits for $200/year (about $0.80/day), which allows on-street parking on the visitor side of permit parking zones (i.e. white signs, green lettering) during the scheduled work hours of the business permit holder.
For more information about the Daily Debit Program and Business Permits, please visit www.hobokennj.gov/parking-center or call the Hoboken Parking Utility at 201-653-1919.

Why are the time limits in metered parking zones being extended from two hours to four hours?
Time limits in metered parking zones are being simplified to four hours citywide to reduce confusion in areas where four-hour zones border two-hour zones. All pay parking zones in Hoboken will now have four-hour time limits.

Won’t four-hour time limits result in less turnover, not more?
Strict time limits in metered parking zones, such as two hours, are necessary when the price of metered parking is too low to effectively generate turnover on its own. However, when metered parking rates are close to market-rate, they are generally very effective at generating parking turnover without the need for strict time limits. The City will be closely monitoring parking turnover rates and is prepared to make future adjustments to time limits as necessary to ensure that the desired level of turnover is occurring.

Why are meters staying on past 9:00pm in some areas?
In some areas of Hoboken (generally in business districts), businesses such as restaurants, pubs, etc. remain open late into the evening. However, parking turnover rates decrease substantially after 9:00pm when meters turn off and parking becomes free, in turn making it very difficult for customers to find parking near these businesses. Some meters will now remain on until midnight to help improve parking availability in areas with businesses open late.

What are you doing with the additional revenue?
A share of the additional revenue generated through dynamic pricing is earmarked for projects within the City’s new “Parking Benefit District”.

What is a Parking Benefit District?
A Parking Benefit District is a geographic area where parking revenues are collected and reinvested into economic development initiatives designed to attract customers to business districts. Parking Benefit Districts are used in several cities across the country, including Pasadena, CA, Austin, TX, and the Boston metropolitan area.

What are the boundaries of Hoboken’s Parking Benefit District?
Since Hoboken is only one square mile with multiple business districts, the Parking Benefit District will be citywide.

What kind of projects are eligible for funding through the Parking Benefit District?
Hoboken’s Parking Benefit District will help fund initiatives and projects designed to attract more customers to the City’s business districts. These initiatives and projects include streetscape enhancements (planters, public seating, new signage, etc.), infrastructure projects (repairs and modernization of parking garages, street safety improvements, etc.), parking system upgrades (mobile apps, parking guidance systems, etc.), public transportation improvements, and public art.  
In Hoboken, the City has committed to reinvesting approximately $250,000 in parking revenues in 2019, with a goal of investing between $1,000,000 - $2,000,000 over five years. For Year One of the Parking Benefit District, the City is preparing to use parking revenues for the following initiatives:  
FREE Hop service;
• New Hop buses;
• Mobile parking app;
• Streetscape enhancements on Washington Street.  

Free Hop Service will begin Monday, March 4. Other target Year 1 projects will be subject to council approval.

Is a Parking Benefit District the same as a Special Improvement District?
A Special Improvement District (SID) is a separate entity from a Parking Benefit District but shares a similar mission to raise funds for economic development initiatives that attract customers to commercial and retail destinations. However, unlike a Parking Benefit District, which generates funds through parking revenues, a SID generates funds through a special assessment on the commercial and retail destinations. A Special Improvement District and Parking Benefit District can work collaboratively in driving investment toward enhancing the vitality of business districts in different, but complementary ways.

Did you know?

It is legal to hail in Hoboken. 

Contrary to popular belief or common local practice, it is legal to hail a licensed yellow cab (although not limousines) anywhere in Hoboken, not just at the train terminal. There are 65 authorized taxis. Before you enter a cab, make sure you see the circular Hoboken logo and number.

Only one fare per taxi. 

Taxis may accept only one fare – a person or group of persons going to the same location – per ride. With the permission of the first fare, a second fare may join, but no more. The first rider must be taken to his or her destination first. This rule has been laxly enforced and widely violated in the past, but that is no excuse for continued violations, and the Administration will investigate and take action against all reported violations.

The local fare for yellow cabs is $8.00 or $7.00 from the PATH taxi stand, plus additional fees. 

The local fare is $8.00, except it is $7.00 for rides originating from the NJ Transit/PATH station taxi stand, regardless of weather or shortage of drivers. Additional fees are permitted for extra passengers and baggage (see below for details). In the past, it has been common for residents and visitors to be grossly overcharged by taxi drivers during inclement weather or high demand. Please report any violations.

Call if you see a violation. 

Residents who believe there is a violation should immediately contact Monique Campbell at the Division of Taxi & Limousine Licensing by calling 201-725-7885 or emailing taxi@hobokennj.gov and providing the time of the incident, the taxi number (or driver’s license number or vehicle plate number), and a description of what happened. Residents are the City’s eyes and ears, and we can only take action if we know there is a problem.

Complaint Forms

Complaint Form

Complaints Enforcement Policy

In addition to active surveillance and enforcement of taxi and limousine regulations on the street, The City of Hoboken Division of Taxis and Limousines carefully monitors and acts on complaints from the community regarding licensed taxis and limousines in accordance with the following policy:

Anonymous Complaints: 

Complaints submitted anonymously are reviewed and added to the individual driver/owner file. The Division always asks the complainant if they would like to prepare an affidavit to allow the Division to broaden actions taken at this level (see next section). Driver/owner are also given an opportunity to submit their recollection of the events. After a review of all materials, the Division typically issues a warning to the driver/owner and tracks the frequency of complaints regarding the individual driver/owner. If multiple complaints are collected on an individual driver/owner (typically three or more), the Division may choose to issue a summons, suspend, or revoke the active license, depending on the severity and/or details of the complaints.

Affidavit Complaints: 

All individuals submitting a complaint are offered the opportunity to complete an affidavit expressing a willingness, if required, to testify in court on the issue. In most cases, court appearance is not likely; however, individuals who choose this option make it more appropriate for the Division to take immediate action on the grounds that the complaint represents a major concern and should be resolved more swiftly than via the anonymous method described above. Driver/owner are also given an opportunity to submit their recollection of the events. After a review of all materials, the Division may choose to immediately issue a summons, suspend, or revoke the active license, depending on the severity and/or details of the complaints.

In all instances, disciplinary actions are conducted in accordance with the authority bestowed upon the Division via the Hoboken City Code.

Municipal Code

If you have any questions about our municipal code, please view it directly online. 179A 180A

Did You Know Documents

List of licensed taxi and limousine companies

Rules and Regulations for drivers

Future Inclement Weather and Holiday Enforcement

Taxi Enforcement

Taxi Rates

Maximum Allowable Intra-City Fares

The maximum allowable fare for intra-city taxi service is $8.00, except for taxi service initiating from the taxi stand at the New Jersey Transit/PATH station which is $7.00.

Additional Allowable Fees

1. If cab rides are shared with the consent of the first rider(s), the fee may be increased by $7.00 so long as the second rider(s) is not going to the same exact destination. No more than two paying passengers. The right of the taxicab operator to transport shared rides applies only at taxi stands designated by the City of Hoboken if there are more passengers than available taxis. The first rider must be taken to his or her destination first.

2. If a taxi picks up a party of more than one person at a taxi stand at the New Jersey Transit/PATH station for intra-city travel, the taxi driver may charge an additional One Dollar ($1.00) fee for each person, in addition to the allowable fare of Seven Dollars ($7.00). There is no additional fee for children under the age of Thirteen (13) years old.

Allowable Baggage Fees

In addition, there shall be a charge of $0.50 for each bag exceeding two, with which a driver assists a passenger, except that senior citizens shall not be subject to this fee.

Maximum Allowable Non-City Fares

Every driver must have a City approved Rate Book in the vehicle at all times and must use the rates included in the book.

Out of Town –

WEEHAWKEN

Port Imperial $17.00

Golf Range $20.00

Chart House $10.00

Lincoln Harbor $9.00

JERSEY CITY

Newport Apartments $9.00

Avalon Cove $9.00

Newport Mall & Area $9.00

Society Hills $25.00

Port Liberty $23.00

Liberty State Park $23.00

Kennedy Blvd. & Montgomery $18.00

Kennedy Blvd. & Communipaw $20.00

New Jersey City University Area $23.00

Greenville Area $23.00

Communipaw & Pacific $17.00

Kennedy Blvd. & Paterson Plank Road $13.00

Communipaw Avenue $23.00

Mc Adoo Avenue $25.00

Danforth Avenue $25.00

Culver Avenue $23.00

Old Bergen Ave. $25.00

Pearsall Ave. $25.00

LOWER JERSEY CITY

Columbus Driver Area $12.00

Exchange Place $12.00

155 Washington Blvd. & 100 Warren St. $12.00

4th Street $9.00

7th Street $11.00

Grove St. PATH $12.00

Grand St. & Jersey Ave. $16.00

Grand St. & Pacific $18.00

Pacific & Johnston $18.00

Pacific, Caven Point Road $22.00

JERSEY CITY HEIGHTS AREA

Kennedy Blvd. $12.00

Nelson Ave. $14.00

Manhattan Ave & Tonelle Ave. $15.00

Central Ave. $10.00

Palisades Ave. & Sherman Ave. $8.00

Journal Square $13.00

Court House $11.00

Congress & Central Ave. $9.00

STREETS OFF OCEAN AVENUE

Ranges from $23.00-$24.00

WESTSIDE AVENUE

American Can Co. $20.00

Broadway & Westside Ave. $21.00

Marion Garden Area $22.00

Montgomery & Westside Ave. $23.00

Belmont & Westside Ave. $24.00

STREETS OFF WESTSIDE AVENUE

Ranges from $23.00-$25.00

STREETS OFF MALLORY AVENUE

Ranges from $23.00-$25.00

STREETS OFF GARFIELD AVENUE

Ranges from $23.00-$25.00

GARFIELD AVENUE

Brown Place & Garfield Ave. $27.00

Neptune Ave. & Garfield Ave. $27.00

Seaview Ave. & Garfield Ave. $27.00

Gates Ave. & Garfield Ave. $27.00

Merrit St. & Garfield Ave. $28.00

Schley St. & Garfield Ave. $28.00

Samson St. & Garfield Ave. $28.00

Shaffer St. & Garfield Ave. $28.00

DOWNTOWN UNION CITY

Palisades Ave. (Not above 5th St.) $9.00

Palisades Ave. & 18th St. $10.00

Palisades Ave. & 23rd St. $11.00

Paterson Plank Rd. & 2nd St. $10.00

Central Ave. & Summit Ave. $12.00

Union City Reservoir &Gregory Commons $10.00

Troy Towers $10.00

22nd Street & Kennedy Blvd. $12.00

VIA BOULEVARD EAST

19th Street $9.00

The Shades $9.00

700 Blvd. East Apts. $9.00

Bonn Place $11.00

Fulton Street $12.00

50th Street $16.00

60th Street $18.00

67th Street $20.00

75th Street $22.00

85th Street $24.00

Nungesser’s $28.00

VIA KENNEDY BLVD.

10th Street & Kennedy Blvd. $12.00

22nd Street & Kennedy Blvd. $13.00

32nd Street & Palisade Ave. $12.00

32nd Street & Bergenline Ave. $13.00

43rd Street & Hudson Blvd. $15.00

50th Street & Hudson Blvd. $17.00

57th Street & Hudson Blvd. $18.00

65th Street & Hudson Blvd. $20.00

70th Street & Hudson Blvd. $21.00

76th Street & Hudson Blvd $23.00

85th Street & Hudson Blvd. $25.00

Nungesser’s $28.00

NORTH BERGEN

15th Street & Paterson Plank Road $13.00

39th Street & Hackensack Plank Road $17.00

Paterson Plank Road & Tonelle Ave. $19.00

5 Corners North Bergen $15.00

50th Street & Tonelle Ave. $23.00

67th Street & Tonelle Ave. $25.00

76th Street & Tonelle Ave. $27.00

85th Street & Tonelle Ave. $29.00

91st Street & Tonelle Ave. $30.00

Dan Kelly’s Hill $30.00

VIA RIVER ROAD (60 ST)

Pier 1 & 2 Guttenberg $22.00

Pier 7 & 9 NYC $22.00

Lever Brothers $24.00

Barretts $24.00

Ford Pier $26.00

Alco Plant $28.00

BAYONNE

Bayonne Naval Base $33.00

32nd Street & Broadway $33.00

22nd Street & Broadway $35.00

5th Street & Broadway $38.00

Bergen Point $38.00

Texas Oil $38.00

Tydol or Bayonne Warehouse $38.00

Terminal & Metropolitan Oil Co. Gate Only $38.00

Standard Oil Co. Gate Only $38.00

HOSPITALS

Meadowlands Hospital $25.00

JC Medical Center $16.00

Christ Hospital $9.00

NEW YORK CITY

Penn Station $40.00 plus tolls

Grand Central Station $45.00 plus tolls

AIRPORTS

Newark $45.00 plus tolls

Teterboro $40.00 plus tolls

Kennedy $90.00 plus tolls

La Guardia $70.00 plus tolls

Meadowlands Arena $40.00

knowledge base: faqs



Does the Shade Tree Commission have a list of trees that they recommend for planting? View the approved list of tree species.

Who should trim the tree in front of my house? Please contact David Calamoneri.

I know of a tree that I believe is dying or is dangerous, who should I contact? Please contact David Calamoneri.

How do I become a volunteer for the Shade Tree Commission? Please contact Peter Bakarich III.

How do I apply to be a commissioner on the Shade Tree Commission? Submit an application for appointment to citizen advisory boards and commissions.

When does the Hoboken Shade Tree commission meet? Click here to view the meeting dates for 2015.

What are the benefits and reasons for planting trees in Hoboken? Read about 13 Reasons to plant trees.

How can I find out info on the tree(s) on my Street? View the Hoboken Tree Inventory.

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