Please be advised that the National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for Hudson County and the surrounding area starting this evening through Tuesday afternoon.
According to the NWS, a low-pressure system south of Long Island will likely produce heavy rainfall with totals of 2 to 4 inches of rain predicted and locally higher amounts possible.
Any intense rainfall of greater than 0.8 inch per hour may result in flooding in low-lying areas.
Avoid flood-prone areas
Residents are urged to move cars from flood-prone areas as flooding is possible at low-lying, flood-prone intersections. The Office of Emergency Management is posting “No Parking Signs” in these areas, which should be taken as advisories. Cars will not be towed. Barricades will be deployed near flood-prone intersections. Please do not drive around barricades.
Please report flooded intersections and clogged drain inlets by calling the NHSA Hotline at (866) 689-3970.
Discounted parking available in Hoboken
Reduced rate parking of $5 per 24-hour period is available in Garages B (28 2nd St.) and D (215 Hudson St.) and the Midtown Garage (371 4th St.) for residents with Resident On-Street Parking Permits or Temporary Parking Permits. Discounted parking begins today, Oct. 25, at 5 p.m. and ends tomorrow, Oct. 26, at 5 p.m.
Street sweeping on Tuesday will be suspended.
Recycling collection will proceed as scheduled.
Secure loose objects
The Harrison Weather Center predicts winds of 15 to 30 MPH.
Residents should secure all loose objects outside or bring them inside, especially on balconies. Outdoor tents should be taken down depending on the wind load.
Damaging winds could blow down trees and power lines, resulting in power outages.
Please report power outages and downed wires to PSEG at https://nj.myaccount.pseg.com/myservicepublic/outagepublic.
Public engagement session on Southwest Park Expansion cancelled
Due to the predicted storm, the public engagement session on the design of the expansion of the Southwest Park has been cancelled. It will be rescheduled for a later date.
Monitor local forecasts
Residents should monitor local forecasts for additional advisories, watches, and warnings.
Residents are also encouraged to monitor the City’s Twitter (twitter.com/cityofhoboken) and Facebook (facebook.com/hoboken) or sign up to receive email or text updates by visiting www.hobokennj.gov/alerts.