June General Meeting

Friday, June 9, 2017

With summer right around the corner, Harsimus Cove Association is getting ready for its first neighborhood BBQ. Be on the lookout for our "Save the Date," coming soon.

But in the meantime, we hope to see you at our next meeting on Monday, June 12, at 7:30PM at Grace Church Van Vorst. We’ll welcome Planning Director Annisia Cialone. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear about the development happening in our neighborhood and ask questions!

In addition, Manny Naval of Hampton Hill Architecture will present a proposal for 218 Bay Street (between Grove and Erie Streets). The project is a new five-story building with four dwelling units and three parking spaces. As proposed, the project will require variances.

As is our new tradition, we’ll have refreshments from a local restaurant. We hope to see you there!

The HCA Board of Directors
P.S. -  Want to get involved? Please consider donating your time and talent to our association's Construction and Development Committee, the Social Events Committee, or the Complete Streets Committee.  Email us at HarsimusCoveAssociation@gmail.com to learn more.


Upcoming Events

Saturday June 10 - 2nd Annual Unity Walk

Location: Walk starts at MLK Drive & McAdoo Avenue
and ends at Lincoln Park

Time:  9AM
Jersey City Anti-Violence Coalition Movement envisions a city where residents are safe to walk the streets with their families and respected as fellow human beings to live free from violence. All are welcome at their 2nd Annual Unity Walk. More details are available on the Facebook event page.

Saturday June 10 - Hamilton Park Festival

Location: Hamilton Park
Time:  12-7PM
Stop by Hamilton Park for a fun-filled day complete with live music, beer trucks, food vendors, craft vendors, a flea market, a petting zoo, and the Liberty Humane Society pet trailer. More details are available on the Facebook event page.

Tuesday June 13 - Safe Streets JC Complete Streets Training

Location: Hank Gallo Community Center, Lincoln Park
Time:  7-9PM
Ever wondered what “Complete Streets” means, and how other cities are using design approaches to improve traffic safety for all road users in some of the densest urban environments? Learn how to make our streets walkable, bikeable, liveable, safer, and beautiful at this interactive workshop led by a professional Traffic Engineer & Urban Planner. RSVP on the Facebook event page.

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