HUDSON COUNTY, NJ — After on-and-off enforcement of parking regulations and street sweeping amid the COVID-19 quarantine, both Hoboken and Jersey City have returned to their regular schedule.

"As a reminder, street sweeping regulations resume on Monday for the week of May 18," said the City of Hoboken, via a statement. "Street sweepers will be cleaning Hoboken streets of debris, including personal protective equipment, that has built up over the past two months during the suspension of street sweeping. Thank you for your cooperation."

CLICK HERE for Hoboken's street cleaning schedule.

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Jersey City returned to its street-sweeping schedule on May 11, but continues to advise residents.

"Friendly reminder for #JerseyCity residents," says the City's facebook page, "all parking rules & enforcement are fully reinstated. This includes

  • Alternate side of the street parking
  • Meters
  • Zone permits
  • Driveway painting

CLICK HERE for Jersey City's parking regulations.

Anecdotal reports have been conflicting—some residents saying that Parking Authority agents are handing out warnings, while others claim that they have in fact been ticketed.

With that in mind, drivers should take the time to check on their car and determine if/when it needs to be moved this week.

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