Hoboken provides Super Bowl week info on parking, taxis, events for residents, visitors
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HOBOKEN – The city of Hoboken sent out this press release Tuesday about street closings, various quality of life rules, and events in Hoboken surrounding the Super Bowl. For more, also go to hudsonreporter.com and click on the “Huddle Zone” icon on the lower right.

Here is the release:

The City of Hoboken will host the Hoboken Huddle at Pier A Park on the Hoboken waterfront the week of January 28 to February 2 leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII. The Hoboken Huddle will feature a 12 foot tall illuminated sculpture of the Roman numerals “XLVIII” overlooking the Manhattan skyline. In partnership with the US Curling Association, the Hoboken Huddle will also feature 3 lanes of curling which will be free and open to the public each day from 10am to 10pm. Vendors will include Pizza Vita, Law Coffee, and the official Super Bowl XLVIII Fan Store which will be open daily at the gazebo at the end of Pier A from 10am to 10pm.

No streets will be closed in Hoboken. The only street closure in Jersey City is Sixth Street from Washington Boulevard to Marin Boulevard.

The Hoboken Police Department will be enacting a zero tolerance policy on drinking alcoholic beverages in public, public intoxication, public urination, parking and traffic violations, unruly house parties, pop up parties, and unlicensed vendors. For those visiting the Hoboken Huddle on Pier A, all bags will be subject to inspection. Anyone who observes suspicious activity is asked to report it to the Hoboken Police Department at 201-420-2100.

By Friday evening, the taxi stand will be temporarily relocated to the west side of Hudson Street between Observer Highway and Hudson Place.

An Emergency Operations Center will be open in City Hall from noon to midnight on Sunday, February 2. In order to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all, the following No Parking regulations will be in place:

Effective immediately until Monday, February 3 at 2:00am

• Sinatra Drive from 7th Street to 11th Street (east)

• Sinatra Drive from 1st Street to 4th Street

From Friday, January 31 at 8:00pm until Monday, February 3 at 2:00am

• 4th Street (south side) from Washington Street to Willow Avenue

• River Street (both sides) from Hudson Place to 4th Street

• Hudson Place (all)

• Hudson Street (west side) Observer Highway to Newark Street

• Hudson Street (both sides) 1st Street to 2nd Street

From Saturday, February 1 at 8:00am until Monday, February 3 at 2:00am

• 1st Street (both sides) from Washington Street to Bloomfield Street

• Newark Street (north side) from Washington Street to Bloomfield Street

• Washington Street (west side) from Newark Street to 1st Street

• Bloomfield Street (east side) from Newark Street to 1st Street.

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