PROTECTING THE HISTORIC CHARACTER OF HOBOKEN
UPCOMING & RECENT EVENTS
Hoboken City Council meets on the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of each month
City Hall, 94 Washington St. at 7:00 PM
RD-Task Force holds monthly meetings
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Posted Meetings Relate to:
Keeping the scope and scale of development aligned with Hoboken's unique character
Supporting historic preservation and adaptive reuse
Protecting and expanding Hoboken's green spaces
To preserve and strengthen the unique and historic character of Hoboken
To educate the public on changes that could negatively impact the character of Hoboken
To work with government officials in enacting policy changes to protect Hoboken's charm
To work with other civic organizations aligned with our mission and goals
WHAT WE CARE ABOUT
Development within the Context & Scale of the City
We review new development plans in terms of how they affect immediate neighborhoods and Hoboken at large.
We consider scale, appearance, architectural elements, and the potential impact on infrastructure and transportation.
Historic Preservation & Adaptive Reuse
Hoboken's historic structures are part of its great appeal. Without expanded historic districts or Historic Preservation Commission review, we are at risk of losing our rich heritage in a very short period of time.
Protecting & Growing Hoboken's Green Spaces
As one of the most densely populated cities in the U.S., it is imperative that we recognize parks, backyards, and other green spaces as vital assets.
Increasing green space is also essential to reducing our vulnerability to flooding.