|Advisory: Post Ida Update; Boil Water Order Still In Effect|
While flooding has subsided in several areas, there is still flooding in various areas of southwest Hoboken. Flood pumps remain operational and continue to pump out water. Please avoid the area. Towing operations of flooded and abandoned vehicles is still ongoing. If you must travel, please do so through the north end.
Hoboken has suspended street sweeping, parking meter enforcement, and the Hop shuttle service today.
Discounted parking at Garage B, Garage D, and the Midtown Garage, has been extended until tonight at 8 p.m.
COVID-19 testing through a partnership between the Hoboken Health Department and Medicine Man Pharmacy and compounding is resuming at 605 Jackson Street from 9 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.
Those seeking a test must make an appointment at www.hobokennj.gov/testing.
The boil water order issued by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and is still in effect, due to the effects of Tropical Depression Ida
SUEZ will notify customers when the order is lifted. Customers should boil their water before using it for drinking or cooking.
Even if your water is filtered at home, you must boil your water for one minute and allow it to cool for the following uses: drinking, cooking, baking, washing dishes, making ice cubes, taking medication, brushing teeth, washing food, mixing baby formula, mixing juices or drinks, feeding pets or other consumption. Water does not have to be boiled for showering or washing clothes.
The damaged aqueduct which supplies the City with water has been repaired.
Water main repairs at Second and Clinton streets have been completed.
Hoboken and Suez distributed water last evening at the City’s six senior buildings, the Hoboken Community Center, the Hoboken Housing Authority, as well as residents whose water service was interrupted due to the water main break at Second and Clinton.
Thank you to ShopRite for providing some of the bottled water.
The City will continue bottled water distribution at senior buildings, the Hoboken Community Center, and the Hoboken Housing Authority these facilities this morning.
Residents can also come to City Hall at 94 Washington Street to fill their own containers with water.