PSE&G Partners with NJ Board of Public Utilities to Raise Awareness about Resources
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has named June 6-10, 2022 Utility Assistance Week to call attention to programs available to help customers who are struggling to pay their utility bills. Utility payment assistance programs have expanded to include more customers at much higher income levels, including those who are behind on their bills for the first time.
“We continue to make every effort to work with customers who have fallen behind on their bills. We’re here to help,” said Jane Bergen, director of billing for PSE&G Customer Care. “We never want to disconnect a customer’s electric or gas service because of an inability to pay.”
Beginning today and until mid October, please expect traffic delays on Newark Ave. between Brunswick St. and Palisade Ave. for construction.
Alternate traffic patterns will be set up and motorists may want to plan alternate routes in the area. Crews will be working 24 hours a day.
PSE&G crews will complete the construction of the manhole on Newark Ave. near Dickinson High School by the close of business on Monday, August 13, 2012. Normal traffic will be restored at that time.
A second crew has started trench excavation and conduit installation along Newark Avenue from the bridge over the depressed Conrail track, heading east towards Monmouth Street. Starting today, Monday, August 13, 2012, work along this portion of the route will continue on two (2) shifts (7:00 AM to 5:00 PM and 5:00 PM to3:00 AM). A conduit installation crew will work on the day shift only (7:00 AM to 5:00 PM). Two lanes of traffic will be maintained and managed by the Jersey City Police for the next several days and re-evaluated as work progresses.
The PJM Interconnection, LLC, (PJM), the regional entity responsible for planning the electric transmission system in 13 states and the District of Columbia,identified the need for the NGRP, and assigned design/construction responsibility to PSE&G to ensure reliability of electricity supply within the region.
The targeted completion date is October 15, 2012.
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Rob Crow President The Village Neighborhood Association
Mayor Jerramiah T. Healy and the Jersey City Parks Coalition announced today that the City of Jersey City and The Jersey City Parks Coalition have been awarded one of three national Make A Difference Day awards for municipalities for the collaborative project known as the “BIG DIG” that saw 18,000 tulip and daffodil bulbs planted across the city last October.
“We are extremely honored to receive this prestigious award and recognition,” said Mayor Healy. “Make A Difference Day, and particularly the ‘BIG DIG’ project, illustrated the immense value of public-private partnerships and what a positive impact volunteerism can have on a community.” Continue reading Jersey City & Parks Coalition Win One of Three National Make A Difference Day Awards for Municipalities for “BIG DIG” Planting Project →
The Everything Jersey City Festival will Celebrate Community Pride and UEZ Support at a Time when Budget Cuts Loom
By Sally Deering
If you don’t know by now, one-third of Jersey City is a designated Urban Enterprise Zone (UEZ\) a designation that offers local businesses tax and other financial incentives to help grow their businesses and stimulate local economy. Sale tax revenues generated by UEZ businesses go for economic development and neighborhood improvements like street lights, paving, flowerboxes — and other programs that give constituents a feeling of pride in their community.
To celebrate the UEZ’s success revitalizing the Heights section of Jersey City – the neighborhood nestled on the cliff above Hoboken – the Central Avenue Special Improvement District (CASID) Management Corporation presents the Everything Jersey City Festival which takes place Sat., May 21st from 11 am-to-6 pm along Central Avenue from Congress to Hutton Streets. Continue reading Jersey City’s Got Everything -For Now →
3rd Annual Festival
SATURDAY OCTOBER 3, 2009
12 NOON – 6:30 PM
PAVONIA / TOWN SQUARE PLACE-Across from Pavonia/Newport Path Station
FREE ADMISSION !
FUN FOR KIDS!- RAFFLES
Continue reading The Newport Neighborhood Association’s Third Annual Multi-Cultural Festival →
River View Observer “Best Pick” Event Happenings in April in Jersey City.
Thursday, April 30, 2009, 6:30pm
The Westin Jersey City
479 Washington Blvd., Jersey City, NJ
Jersey City Museum’s Sixth Annual ArtRageous Ball will take place on Thursday, April 30, 2009 at brand-new Westin Jersey City, a premier venue located in the waterfront financial district of Jersey City. Situated in the midst of the downtown revitalization of Jersey City, Jersey City Museum has been called “a cultural gem” by New Jersey Life Magazine and last year was listed as one of the top five things to see in Jersey City by AM New York. Continue reading Jersey City Museum Presents The Sixth Annual ArtRageous Ball →