New Parking & Street Sweeper Rules For Jersey City’s Ward E Begin January 3

If there’s one thing that unites every Hudson County resident who owns a car, or every visitor to the county who drives a car, it’s parking.  Or the lack thereof.  Whether it’s Hoboken, Union City, West New York or Jersey City, parking in Hudson County is one big pain.  Drive around the block, once, twice, three times over.  Good luck snagging a spot in a reasonable amount of time.

Of course, parking tickets are an added annoyance, especially if you are not familiar with a particular municipality’s parking rules.

That’s why residents and visitors to Jersey City’s Ward E need to become familiar with the new parking guidelines adopted by the City Council at their last meeting on December 15.  Effective January 3, new rules go into effect for the Ward.

Starting on January 3, the streets in Ward E will be swept two times a week.  That’s half of the previous four.  Initially, the ordinance was intended to be rolled out citywide, but it was amended to begin only with Ward E.

When the new rules are in place, a vehicle parked on a given side of the street will only have to be moved once. As a result, litter will only be swept up once a week.  People who favor the new ordinance say that street sweeping was not necessary on side streets.   All it did was create parking problems for local residents, and that often led to parking tickets.






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