Jersey City suspending all parking regulations until further notice due to COVID-19 crisis

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The City of Jersey City’s Parking Division is suspending all parking regulations, including street sweeping, residential zone parking, and meter rules, until further notice due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.

Photo via jerseycitynj.org.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

“The City of Jersey City’s Parking Division is suspending all parking regulations, including street sweeping, residential zone parking, and meter rules, until further notice due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis,” the parking division tweeted early this morning.

One week ago, Jersey City suspended their street sweeper parking rules in light of the public schools closing, before announcing on Tuesday that school parking lots would be available for residents to use during the state of emergency.

Yesterday afternoon, the New Jersey Department of Health said that there are now 55 positive cases of COVID-19 in Hudson County.

As of this writing, 50 cases have been announced publicly: 25 in Jersey City, 13 in Hoboken, two in West New York, two in North Bergen, four in Kearny, one in Bayonne, one in Secaucus, and now two in Weehawken.

Across the state, there have been 742 cases and nine deaths, at least one of which was in Hudson County.

2 COMMENTS

  1. It States that all parking regulations are suspended on so further notice but I just got a ticket so what the hell is going on

    • This story is a couple weeks old, they’ve made some changes since then. If it makes you feel any better I got a ticket on Friday :-/ Probably good time to note street sweeping is coming back next week if you didn’t read that yet.

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