Sustainable Jersey City

Open Issues: 173 Closed Issues: 10,825 Acknowledged Issues: 406
Watching issues created after: 2013-04-26

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  • 340 Second Street Jersey City, New Jersey - Downtown
    Last night this very same vehicle drove right over the delinator's, a middle age female with shoulder length dark hair walked out of J.C Eco Laundry and laughed uproariously at the driver, clapping and saying "Haha, good one!!"
    THIS is NO LONGER a simple "parking violation", this is a full blown business complaint. Thank you.
  • Driveways Archived
    240 Brunswick St Jersey City, New Jersey - Downtown
    Property owner blocks a public parking spot with 2-3 traffic cones by claiming it is a driveway.
  • 197-199 Newark Ave Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown
    Extremely dangerous intersection at Jersey avenue and Newark. Cars turning on to jersey ave heads south have come close to hitting many people. The left turn is the worst. Need some measure here to slow turning drivers.
  • 233 2nd St Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown
    This scaffolding has been erected at 233 2nd St between Manila and Erie. At no time during this span has work been done to necessitate this scaffolding. It's an eyesore and a de facto permanent structure. What is the status and when will it be removed?
  • 116 Newark Ave Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown
    Loud band, loud noise, rowdy behavior coming from Grove Square Bistro after allowable hours, in violation of noise code. There are families with young children right next door. Management was notified, they apologized, but were uncertain whether owner would do anything about it. He said if situation did not improve we should call the police. The situation has not improved. This establishment has continued to ignore warnings on loud noise and unruly behavior in late hours where alcohol is served. There have been consistent fighting and loud noise on many nights in the early morning hours. This is not the type of downtown Jersey City we envisioned with great culture and a thriving but responsible night life. I believe having such a visible location right by the Grove Street PATH station and Grove Square carries additional responsibilities towards being a good member of the community.
  • 244-262 8th St Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown
  • 139-141 Newark Ave Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown
    I believe this is an illegal sign, in any case its unsightly.
  • 195-225 Grand Street Jersey City, New Jersey - Downtown

    Hello - I wanted to raise some ongoing concerns my family and I have regarding traffic issues at the intersection of Grand St. and Marin Blvd.

    Contstant accidents due to left turns when turning north onto Marin, and run ins with pedestrians when cars make a right turn on Red when turning west onto Grand, make this is easily one of the worst intersections in the downtown area.

    With additional residential buildings going up, the pedestrian traffic is only going to get worse very quickly. Can more specific traffic lights be put up for turning? Or No turn on red signs?

    Please feel free to contact me.
    Thank you.
    Ben Brodeur

  • 172 1st St Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown

    I'm not sure if this is the correct place to file a complaint or if this is the correct type of complaint to file, but O'haras Downtown Sport Bar & Grill is, by far, the worst thing to happen to this neighborhood in Jersey City.

    Every weekend on both Friday and Saturday night starting at around 2:00am, and sometimes earlier, up until around 4:00am, and sometimes later, the bar O'haras kicks everyone out. During that time, complete chaos ensues. Everyone starts screaming, arguing, smashing liquor bottles, driving drunk, and destroying property. Almost every weekend there are multiple fights and sometimes, but very rarely, the cops show up. However, the cops just move everyone along so they can clearly/obviously drive away drunk. Most of this happens on 1st Street between Marin Blvd and Provost street, right outside of the Oakmont and The Art House buildings.

    Every Sunday and Monday, there is smashed glass from liquor bottles all over the streets and sidewalks. My dog has sadly walked through the smashed glass multiple times, so I am now more cautious and spend my Sunday's and Monday's cleaning the streets and sidewalks. O'haras is 100% responsible for all of this and something needs to be done about it.

    One day, something very bad is going to happen outside of O'haras after it closes - if that hasn't happened already. I constantly fear for my fiance (who is a woman) when she has to walk past that bar late at night on weekend. The crowd is aggressive, angry, drunk, belligerent, and destructive. Also, I am extremely confident that cars, car windows, and/or other property will be destroyed on one of the more hectic nights. Something needs to be done about the noise, violence, damage to property, and all of the other terrible things that O'harras brings to this neighborhood before something really terrible happens.

    If there is a better way to report this type of issue, please let me know. Thank you.

  • Marin And Bay St - Downtown
    The Pedestrian sign in the street here is torn out and rendered useless. This is one of the most dangerous crosswalks around here in my opinion, perhaps because the drivers are not aware they're in a pedestrian area. And there don't seem to be any repercussions for not stopping at crosswalks, no law enforcement of this issue that I've ever seen. I've been called a colorful glossary of Nee Jersey terms for exercising my right to cross the street here. Please, we need the sign here especially. Thanks!
  • 579 Jersey Avenue Jersey City, New Jersey - Downtown
    In front of the side driveway of 579 Jersey Avenue (located on 3rd Street @ Jersey Avenue), the owner has hand painted "no parking" on the public street.
  • 264 9th St Jersey City 07302, United States - Downtown
    New Elevator can inspection pending for weeks. Hamilton Park Condo, an 86 unit building with 5 floors, has been waiting for an elevator inspection for weeks. We have a permit number. We call
    and leave messages on the JC elevator specific line but there is no response. Can we schedule an appointment? People with children and disabilities depend on the elevator.