West New York opens bid process to start building two, multi-tiered parking decks


The West New York Board of Commissioners voted unanimously (5-0) last week to open up the bid process to start building two, multi-tiered parking decks to begin alleviating parking issues in town.

The West New York Board of Commissioners at their September 4th meeting.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

During their September 18th meeting, the governing body passed a resolution which authorizes the town to open the process to designing multi-tiered parking decks on 57th and Bergenline Avenue, as well as and 67th Street and Park Avenue.

This new parking deck installment is the town’s first major project since dissolving their local parking authority earlier this summer.

“I want to thank the Board of Commissioners for making parking a priority in our town and delivering on a promise we made to our residents on the campaign trail,” Mayor Gabriel Rodriguez said in a statement.

“Knowing how cumbersome the issue of parking can be, we are hoping to break ground in the summer. It is unfortunate that this will be the first parking project in over 10 years in West New York, but we are eager to kickstart our New Beginnings.”

The town expects to receive architectural proposals from qualified firms by mid-November and award a contract by the end of this year.

Once the contract is awarded, the selected vendor will complete a design for the two multi-tiered decks and construction is expected to begin in Summer 2020.

Dissolving the parking authority is expected to save West New York taxpayers over $350,000 in immediate reductions in spending, as well as $100,000 annually moving forward, while improving services to residents.

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  1. Considering that all columns which ran in last election called for more off-street parking, this action by our Governing Board represents a good step in fulfilling that commitment and a positive development to alleviate our parking needs

  2. Instead of opening a bid process how about opening a jail cell for past and present administrators?
    New Beginings should be honestly investigating the parking authority.