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Make It Yours Jersey City & Respond To The Consolidated Plan Survey
The City of Jersey City is preparing the five year Consolidated Plan for federal funds - HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) and Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) – that primarily serve low and moderate‐income residents and areas. The planning process to create the Consolidated Plan serves as the framework for a community‐wide dialogue to identify housing, economic, and community development priorities.

These federal programs have limited funding. There is more need within our community than available funding. The City must determine how to use these funds to achieve the biggest public benefit and, Make It Yours. When you make your voice heard, you are helping City leaders prioritize spending.

Jersey City Make It Yours – Your Voice Counts! By completing the Consolidated Plan Community Needs Survey you provide input to help prioritize City needs over the next 5 years.

Mayor Fulop Wants Your Opinion, Jersey City!
Mayor Steven M. Fulop is asking residents for concrete feedback on how his administration is doing. All residents have been asked to fill out the quality of life survey they received in the mail or to do so here:   Quality of Life Survey 

Jersey City:
Public Safety Overview  
As the administration continues to address Jersey City’s public safety concerns, we are committed to adapting to each new challenge to deploy resources and personnel. The information in this presentation provides a look at the first half of the year in comparison to the year prior, as well as offering a two-year perspective. While most crime categories have double-digit decreases, we know we can continue to improve and have outlined measures, such as shifting from street sweeps to targeted surveillance and permanent police presence at persistently problematic location

 Review the document at right.  


Jersey City: Year In Review 
The first year for the Fulop administration has been exciting as we work to make Jersey City the best mid-sized city in America.

Read about our accomplishments and our plans for the future in the Year In Review document at right.


Download or View Flyers in Various Languages
View or Download Flyer For Curbside Tree Collection

JC public safety overview

View or Dowload Year In Review


Find out about today’s events, meetings, street closings and more.

Use this area of our site to lookup and pay property taxes, pay parking tickets. You can also download forms and documents from this site.  More... 

Making A Film? Everything you
 need is online at FilmJC! !

FilmJC is responsible for permitting and oversight
of film and TV production in Jersey City.
Go to filmJC

Simply fill in your information, upload forms
and pay for your permit online. Jersey City
is one of a handful of cities in the country
that have automated permit systems.

JC Sues Port Authority For $400 Million In Missed Payments 

Mayor Steven M. Fulop has announced that the city will
file suit against the Port Authority of New York and New
Jersey for $400 million for missed tax payments and
undue economic harm caused to the taxpayers of
Jersey City by the bi-state transportation agency

Read more. 

View or download Presentation here 

Have Questions About Citizenship
& Immigration? Check Out The 
Office Of Diveristy & Inclusion!

Go To The Office Of Diversity & Inclusion

Got A Problem? Let The Resident Response Center Know!
Click On The Graphic Below

 Go To The R.R.C. Page Here!

Residents! Know Your Rights! The Heat
& Hot Water Ordinance Is In Effect!
Download The Flyer In English,
Arabic, & Spanish!

Download Heat/Hot Water Ordinance In English, Arabic, & Spanish

Look What's Going On Around Town!
Cultural Affairs, Recreation Department
and Public Meetings brought to you by
the City of Jersey City! 

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Click & See Cultural Affairs Events For This Month Here!See Calendar!Click & See This Month's Public Meetings Here!




Need To Drop Those Winter Pounds! Check Out JC Recreation's Line-Up Of Activities For Young & Old Alike.  

Check Out Their New Newsletter Too!
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 Check Out The Latest Cultural Affairs Newsletter

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Want To Know What Ordinance Your Municode Logo 90Neighbor's Blasting Music Falls Under? Look No Further, My Friend, The Municipal Code Has The Answers!
The Jersey City Municipal Code (Code) is a
compilation of local laws and legislation
 adopted by the governing body of the City.

Over the long course of Jersey City’s history, the Code
has required constant updates, which are currently being
done by the Municipal Code Corporation.

Extremely user friendly, the Code is organized alphabetically by
subject & outlines the duties and responsibilities of all those who
live, work, visit, conduct business and/or provide services
 in Jersey City. 

The noise ordinance, by the way,  is #222 on the Hit Parade! 

Need Recreation Permits or Applications? Download
Them Here!

  • Ice Rink School Field Trip Reservation Form  
  • Facility/Field Permit Application   
  • Showmobile/Stage Application  
  • Aquatics/Pool Request Application 
  • Van/Bus Request Form  
  • Abandoned Properties List Published,
    Placing Delinquent Owners On Notice!
    The city’s worst abandoned properties are now on
    public record! Lists of vacant buildings are now published
    in the newspaper in an effort to place pressure on owners
    to improve properties which are currently a blight to
    their neighborhoods.

    Download Public Officers Abandoned Buildings List 





    Has Your Property Been The Victim Of Graffiti?
    Historic House Vandalized buttonThe JCIA Can Help Homeowners
    Remove Tags & Repaint!
    If private property has been
    tagged or disfigured by graffiti,
    the JCIA will any repair
    the damage. Just sign & send
    in the waiver 
    & provide the paint,
    if the building needs to be
    power washed. Note: Take photos of
    the tags & send them to local police
     with the date & time the vandals struck. If the 
    culprits are caught,  they could be charged
    with other vandalism.  

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