Jersey City street sweeping, parking enforcement to return citywide next week


After bringing back street sweeping for main thoroughfares this week, Jersey City street sweeping and parking enforcement will return citywide on Monday.

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By John Heinis/Hudson County View

“Parking enforcement and street sweeping will resume city wide on May 4th. However, there are over 30 Public School parking lots available for resident use,” the city tweeted this morning.

The Jersey City Parking Division suspended all parking regulations until further notice on March 20th due to the COVID-19 crisis, which has forced schools to switch to remote learning plans.

In recent weeks, Mayor Steven Fulop and other officials have expressed concerns about trash and debris littering the streets – particularly medical gloves and masks.

Bayonne has also announced that street sweeping enforcement will return next week, though ticketing isn’t expected until the week of May 11th.


  1. That’s fine but all of the information should read the same on the website read street sweeping was to begin last week I got up to move my car sweeper never came I am a sick person and my husband is also sick not easy to get up to move two cars also when you call to ask if sweeper is coming no one picks up phone please try to do better thanks.

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