BAYONNE, NJ - Following the advice of federal and state health officials and in efforts to help stop the spread of COVID-19, coronavirus, Mayor Jimmy Davis has announced various temporary changes to operation inside Bayonne City Hall.
“Reducing the size of crowds waiting in hallways for services will help us fight the spread of the coronavirus.” Davis said, adding that “each department is making changes that are designed to reduce the number of employees and members of the public coming to City Hall each day for at least the next two weeks.
Changes will also include a reduction in the number of routine inspections by the Building Department and home visits by the Office On Aging. Enforcement of alternate side of the street sweeping regulations will also be suspended until further notice. Since mechanical street sweeping will still take place, the public is asked to support effort to keep streets clean by moving their vehicles on regularly scheduled sweeper days.
The expiration of parking permits have been extended.
While in-person counter service is suspended at the Building Department Office at City Hall permits may be issued by appointment through March 30.
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