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  • Franklin St Jersey City, NJ, 07307, USA - The Heights
    Accumulated litter behind the fence on city property where the hairpin turn is on Mountain Road
  • 97 Cambridge Ave Jersey City, NJ 07307, USA - The Heights
    weeds and litter still all over the jc municpal parking lot and adjacent sidewalk.
  • 335 Ogden Ave Jersey City NJ 07307, United States - The Heights
    Trash along Holland Avenue, along with public urination, public, defecation, public intoxication.
  • 2595 John F Kennedy Blvd Jersey City, NJ, 07306, USA - West Side
    Corner of sidewalk at fairmount Ave and Kennedy Blvd - unfinished concrete sidewalk. Trip hazard for pedestrians
  • Holland St Jersey City, NJ, 07307, USA - The Heights
    Hi There were two stones that fell off (or got knocked off) of the top of the retaining wall onto Bowers street. I moved them away from the street and into the Palisade Square building for now, so they do not get stolen (which happened before) and do not obstruct the driving lane There are more stones on the Holland St side and I have seen stones carried away by peopleT this is a historiashlar c walon a historic street l anthe local residents I wouldn’t want to see it crumbling like thatI realize this is technically not part of the park but couldn't find a better classification Could JC arrange for repairs please?t.
  • 1 Alan Terr Jersey City NJ 07306, United States - Journal Square

    Where's our park? Spring is here and this dead-end Waldo Avenue location on the Newark Avenue side of the foot bridge needs to repainted, tables with benches returned and large planters replaced in the street to block off parking.

    This is a so-called pop-up park so no official name appears on the list below.

  • Canco Park Dey St, Jersey City, NJ, 07306, USA - Journal Square
    Flooding issues
  • 3 Vine St Jersey City, NJ, 07306, USA - Journal Square


    My name is Adrien and I live at 3 Vine St. in Jersey City. At the end of our block is a grass area that belongs to the city. Last summer I put a little raised bed garden in and this year I would like to do much more. Last week I cleared a couple hundred pounds of garbage that had accumulated over the years in the brush. I raked out everything and cleaned up a lot of debris. People love to come down our road to walk their dogs and be in this little pocket of nature. I am reaching out to perhaps get some assistance in making this a beautiful little park in our neighborhood.

    I have a few requests. Is it possible to have these red signs removed? Our road is very narrow and short and these signs are extremely unnecessary and an eye sore. Would the city be able to supply a trash bin for the end of the road…preferably on the right side of the end of the road by the fire hydrant. Also, could we have a water hose tap put in. There is a water meter box and a Fire hydrant side by side so should be very easy. Would be a huge help to have the vegetables, herbs, butterfly garden and sunflowers.

    I was also curious about any donations of soil, plants, flower pots, paving stones and any other garden materials that the city perhaps can provide? I am fine doing all the labor with the help of some others in the neighborhood who are also very excited to clean up this street. Just curious if there are any resources the city can provide.

    Thank you so much for your time

  • 201 Central Ave Jersey City 07307, United States - The Heights
    Sink hole forming on the NE corner of walking path around Pershing field.
  • 257 Montgomery St Jersey City NJ 07302, United States - Downtown
    The attached three pole lights are on 24/7 Their light sensor needs to be replaced
  • 60 Gates Ave Jersey City NJ 07305, United States - Greenville
    There is a cut cable wire in front of my house . Think this a cable wire ,kindly please fix the cut wire
  • 96 Tonnele Ave Jersey City, New Jersey, 07306 - Journal Square

    We need Jersey City Quality of Life Division to investigate this site to make sure they are compliant to the practices similar to construction sites across the area. In a short period of time, we've had the entire Neighborhood turn into a construction site.

    1. Parking: Resident Parking does not exist any more, on Van Reipen and Bryan Place is all filled with Construction Worker vehicles, blocking Driveways making a hazard for emergency vehicles to enter and exit the area. I count maybe 7 vehicles taking illegally parked with no ZONE 2 stickers. The Construction company should provide adequate parking for it's workers outside of resident parking areas.

    2. Outside Time Construction. There are many times where this site does construction prior to 7am and later than 9pm. I know this illegal and it's also a reduction in quality of life for the surrounding areas.

    3. Danger to Residents. Van Reipen has turned into a loading and unloading zone that takes up almost ALL of sidewalk for children coming and going to school. There is no gated area, nor police presence to assist, only construction workers who are just trying to get things done.

    3. Garbage dumping. These construction workers dump garbage in an open lot and change clothes in the open area (where children are).

    4. Non Compliance on Sidewalk safety. Large Orange blockades make it almost impossible for people to be safe and secure.

    5. Non-Union representation. We see lines of people asking the foreman for open jobs every morning on the side walk .... this can have up to 5-10 men who are looking for work... similar to a HOME DEPOT parking lot.

    I can go on and on on more issues, we need someone to review this site for compliance - especially the building and zoning board who approved this construction but they are giving oversite to make sure quality of life reduction does not take place.