Winter Weather Updates

Winter Weather Updates

City Schools: All public schools citywide have a delayed opening on Thursday, March 22nd.

City Offices: All municipal offices will be open at their regular time on Thursday, March 22nd.

Power lines & trees: Please report fallen power lines to PSE&G by calling PSE&G’s Customer Service line at 1-800-436-PSEG (7734).  Please report any downed trees through SeeClickFix, which will notify our DPW crews for removal. 

General outage activity throughout our service territory is available online at  and updates are posted on during severe weather.

Register for PSE&G's MyAlerts service to receive text and email notifications about power restoration through My Account at

Parking: Alternate side parking and street cleaning have been suspended for Thursday, March 22nd.  Please avoid parking on posted emergency routes. Vehicles parking off corners will be ticketed as they prevent access to snow plows & emergency vehicles.  For more parking information visit @JC_Parking by clicking here.

Municipal Court: Please be advised that all court cases canceled for Wednesday, March 21st, will be rescheduled and new notices will be sent in the mail.

Hudson County Winter Emergency Plan Protocols
What is a Code Blue Alert?

For more information on DPW's snow removal efforts please visit their website hereAny amendments to the current plan will be shared accordingly.

During inclement weather please keep in mind the following precautions:

● Staying informed is essential, and potentially lifesaving for you and your family.  To sign up for SwiftReach 911 emergency alerts click here.

● Residents are urged to check on elderly relatives and neighbors. 

● Report heat and other related complaints to the JC Resident Response Center at (201) 547-4900. 

● Local outreach teams are engaging & registering individuals for existing shelters & the Hudson County warming center. If you encounter a homeless family, please direct them to contact the Hudson County Homeless Hotline: 1-800-624-0287.

● Residents are also urged to keep pets indoors and secure outside furniture and articles due to impending high wind conditions.

● Residents are reminded to NOT PARK within 25 feet of an intersection and to not double park.  Doing so only hampers the efforts of crews plowing and salting streets. All vehicles parked within 25 feet of an intersection may be ticketed or towed. If possible, residents are asked to not park on main thoroughfares, so that DPW can remove snow from curb-to-curb.  During inclement weather, there is no parking on emergency routes.

● Following the storm, residents are reminded to NOT shovel snow into the street and should clear sidewalks in front of their property of snow and ice in accordance with the municipal ordinance.  Please follow these snow removal regulations.

● For additional updates, please visit the Official City of Jersey City Facebook page or on Twitter @JC_GOV.

● For more information on preparedness visit the Office of Emergency Management website here.

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