Hoboken’s Hudson County Park, as it was originally called, was designed by noted landscape architect Charles Lowrie. It was later renamed Columbus Park for its historic sculpture of Christopher Columbus. Located just to the north of Hoboken High School, the park is one of the county-run parks in Hudson County.
Hudson County will host a community meeting tonight, April 11, to discuss potential upgrades to the park. The meeting will take place beginning at 6 p.m. in the gazebo.
Although unlikely, in the event of rain, the location of the meeting will move inside the Hoboken High School cafeteria.
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