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The Legal Services of New Jersey Hurricane Sandy Hotline is here to help. All New Jersey residents with civil legal problems caused by Superstorm Sandy or the aftermath are encouraged to call 1-888-222-5765.
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Proposed Formula Business Regulation Changes
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Mayor Fulop Announces Building Department to Open on Saturdays for Residents and Small Businesses Owners!
The Building Department will now offer Saturday hours as part of a 30-day pilot program as the Fulop Administration continues to expand services for residents and small business owners. Jersey City is currently the only large city in New Jersey as well as the only municipality in Hudson County offering Saturday Building Department hours.
The office will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays beginning this Saturday, April 18, 2015. If demand is consistently high for the weekend hours, the Saturday Building Department pilot – which makes the process easier for residents and also encourages building that supports the local economy – may be expanded to include inspections and other in-field services.Read More
Mayor Fulop Announces Spring Recreation Calendar
Mayor Steven M. Fulop and the Department of Recreation have introduced the spring calendar for all youth, adults and seniors throughout Jersey City. Expanded Recreation Department offerings, include; lacrosse, boxing, soccer, football, tennis, track, fishing, adult yoga, senior indoor fitness, golf, open swim and water aerobics. All of the programs, like the many others, are a reflection of the Fulop administration’s goal to create a diverse offering of activities for all residents
For more information, please contact the Department of Recreation at 201-547-5003.
Mayor Fulop Introduces 2015 Municipal Budget
The 2015 Calendar Year Budget has been introduced by the administration with no property tax increase as we continue to expand our tax base, consolidate services, and promote economic policies that stimulate growth. We are keeping taxes stable this year following last year’s property tax reduction of 2.13 percent – a rare accomplishment for New Jersey municipalities.
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