Snow removal operations continue in Jersey City
Feb 20, 2014 | 460 views | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend | print
JERSEY CITY – Mayor Steven Fulop in coordination with the Office of Emergency Management announced that Jersey City will continue its snow removal plan for the main thoroughfares and commercial districts on Feb. 20 that will have the snow hauled to vacant city, county, and state property.

Areas slated for snow removal on Feb. 20 were Ocean Avenue from Van Nostrand Avenue to Warner; Newark Avenue from Summit Avenue to Tonnelle Avenue; Bergen Avenue from Academy to Fairview; MLK Drive from Virginia Avenue to Wade Street; West Side Avenue from Duncan Avenue to Communipaw Avenue; Summit Avenue from Sip Avenue to Pavonia Avenue; Monticello Avenue from Jewett Avenue to Storms Avenue; Bergen Avenue from Woodlawn Avenue to Stegman Street; Newark Avenue from Palisade Avenue to Marin Boulevard; Christopher Columbus Drive from Marin Boulevard to Hudson Street; JFK Boulevard from Secaucus Road to Thorne Street; Communipaw Avenue from Suydam to Mallory Avenue; Ocean Avenue from Merritt to Danforth Avenue; Palisade Avenue from Booraem to Griffith Street; Broadway from Tonelle to US 1&9; Bergen Avenue from Union Street to Welch Lane (D/E); Danforth Avenue from Ocean Avenue to Old Bergen Road; Bergen Avenue from Bramhall to Sackett; Old Bergen Road from Danforth Avenue to Pearsall Avenue; Paterson Plank Road & Central Avenue - North to Hague & Summit; Westside Avenue from Broadway to Jewett Avenue; Ocean Avenue from Myrtle to Danforth Avenue; Westside Avenue from Audubon to Danforth Avenue; Newark Avenue from Waldo to Summit Avenue; Westside Avenue from Harrison to Audubon Avenue; Mallory Avenue from Fisk to Communipaw Avenue; and JFK Boulevard from Stevens Avenue to the Bayonne Border.

Residents are asked to not park on the above portions of streets from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Feb. 20, or until snow has been visibly removed. Parking on these streets is permissible if residents are able to move their vehicles when police traveling along with the plows sound their sirens to do so. Like previous days, the city will not ticket or tow but asks for cooperation from residents to move their vehicles so the work can be done quickly and efficiently.

Additional information will be released with the same procedures of non-parking for snow removal and residents are advised to visit the city website at www.jerseycitynj.gov, JC1TV, and the City Facebook page and Twitter feed for updates.

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