Harsimus Cove Association

Offene Fälle: 132 Geschlossene Fälle: 815 Anerkannte Fälle: 36
Fälle beobachten, die erstellt wurden nach: 2011-04-13

We are a Downtown Jersey City neighborhood association that was formed in 1999 to provide a forum and a voice for residents within our boundaries. We love living in Harsimus Cove, and we’re working together to make our great neighborhood even better.

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  • 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?
  • 139-141 Newark Ave Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown
    I believe this is an illegal sign, in any case its unsightly.
  • 229 Bay Street Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown

    Not only is the walk signal still not working but if this is how they left it after attempting a repair, it's pretty pathetic.

    This is an extremely dangerous intersection. Cars doesn't even slow down when making a turn. Yesterday someone making a left turn almost ran me over and had the gall to yell at me for not having a walk signal.

    I've been complaining about this for months. FYI complaint numbers: W024521-092213 and W027113-123013

  • Construction Acknowledged
    150 Newark Ave Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown
    Construction wall completely obstructs sidewalk. No ramp has been installed between sidewalk and street.
  • 108-114 Christopher Columbus Drive Jersey City, NJ - Downtown
    Request for Removal of the Grove- C. Columbus Dr Docking station.
  • Parking issues Acknowledged
    560 Jersey Ave Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown
    No parking barricade run over and knocked down
  • 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.
  • Jersey Ave. & Third Street Jersey City, NJ - Downtown
    Jersey City has placed a trash can on the corner of Third St. and Jersey Ave. by the Key Foods. The city has not emptied the can and it is overflowing with trash. Stop offering laim excuses, ie it's household trash, and do your @#$% jobs. There is zero reason for overflowing trash cans. If you refuse to empty the trash and offer poor excused, THEN STOP POLUTING OUR CITY WITH STOP THE DROP SIGNS. How do you expect to stop the drop when the place to drop your trash is full doesn't exist.
  • Suggestion Acknowledged
    303-305 2nd St Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown
    As someone who was initially told that my street would be cleanly paved after all the PSE&G gas line work that had been done last summer, I'm a tad confused and more so concerned that paving has just seemed to have stopped in the Harsimus Cove and surrounding neighborhoods. It's hard to find any up to date schedule or information on this. It would really be helpful if a paving schedule and paving updates can be posted in the JC Connect app. It would give residents peace of mind knowing something, if anything, is going to be done on their street. A comprehensive view of dates, details, street closures etc. would be of true value to everyone.
  • Ask a question Acknowledged
    56-70 Erie St Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown
    Why is this booted car sitting in front of 230 4th Street for many weeks?
  • 1-117 Newark Avenue Jersey City, NJ 07302, USA - Downtown
    Grove PATH Plaza a disaster. 3 cans overflowing in photo. Grove Pointe responsible for maintenance 8am-10pm 24/7/365.
  • 8 Erie Street Jersey City, New Jersey - Downtown

    We had a community meeting where we were told that parking restrictions are issued for deliveries only. Brunelleschi has managed to get FIVE spots on Bay Street blocked for ONE MONTH for 'deliveries'. Their contractors are parking there.

    Brunelleschi managed to get the sidewalk on Erie blocked. It made sense when there was active demolition occurring and
    a dumpster was behind the fence. Now? Nightly parking for
    their trucks. Mind you, they also have 6 spots on Erie, which at
    one time was for pedestrians, blocked again for parking.

    HOW DID THEY GET FIVE SPOTS ON BAY RESERVED FOR ONE MONTH OF 'DELIVERIES'? Why not make their employees move out off of Erie when the phantom delivery occurs?