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Conference Held - Report Ready

On October 8, 2013, the Hudson River Waterfront Conservancy and the Center for Maritime Systems at Stevens Institute of Technology conducted a free one-day conference for the general public, featuring scientists, technicians and planners, that focused on waterfront resiliency entitled New Jersey Lower Hudson River Waterfront - 25 Years of Construction: Challenges for the Next 25 Post Sandy Era. Oct. Conference Rpt

Walk the Walkway

The 2014 Walk the Walkway program is guided by the Board of Hudson River Waterfront Conservancy.  We have two walks in June and we are taking July and August off to avoid the heat of the summer. Walks will resume in September and October.

Join us for exercise, fun, photography and the magnificent views of the Manhattan skyline. Click on Events in the Main Menu for details of each walk and sign up for a great day.

Hudson River Waterfront Walkway: A Prospective Part 1Hudson River Waterfront Walkway: A Prospective Part 2

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2013 HRWC Walk the Walkway Schedule

April 28 – Bayonne - Bayonne Golf Club

– Meet at South Cove Plaza – 1 Le Fante Way at Route 440

May 19 – Bayonne - Dennis Collins Park

- Meet at Kennedy Blvd and 1st Ave (near the Bayonne Bridge)

June 9      – Jersey City - Liberty State Park South Section and Liberty National Golf Club

- Meet at Liberty State Park Picnic Grounds

June 30 - North Bergen/Guttenberg/West New York

– Meet at 8100 River Road, North Bergen. next to the Watermark Condominium.

Sept 1      - Liberty Marina and Liberty State Park North Section

-  Meet at Liberty State Park Light Rail Station

Sept 22 – Liberty Harbor and Jersey City Southern Section

- Meet at the end of Jersey Avenue near Liberty State Park footbridge

 

Attention all Hudson River Waterfront Municipal Officials:

Funds for repair of public access to the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway may still be available for the 9 Hudson River waterfront Municipalities.

Don't miss this opportunity.

February 11, 2014
Subject: Stronger NJ Neighborhood and Community Revitalization Program - Development and Improvement Projects

Dear Public Access Municipal Officials:

If you haven’t investigated this already, funds may still available that could be used for Hudson River Walkway repair and public access facility repair thru the NJ EDA webpage.

Information can be found at the website below:

http://www.njeda.com/web/Aspx_pg/Templates/Npic_Text.aspx?Doc_Id=2141

Sincerely,

Cindy W. Randazzo
Director
Office of Local Government Assistance
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
401 E. State Street
P.O. Box 402
Trenton, NJ 08625-0402
Office:  609-633-7700
Cell – 609-575-3806


 

The Hudson River Waterfront Conservancy sends congratulations to Mayor Dawn Zimmer, the City of Hoboken and Stevens Institute of Technology for this cooperative achievement.  Hoboken has provided yet another section to the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway for the enjoyment of thousands of people.

We thank all for making the Walkway complete and for fulfilling the guiding principle of getting the general public to their riverfront.

Well done!

Helen Manogue
President
Hudson River Waterfront Conservancy of NJ, Inc.

Hoboken WW

On Friday, January 31st, 2014 at Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer held a ribbon cutting ceremony at Sinatra Park, located near Sinatra Drive and 4th Street to open a portion of the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway.

The walkway between Sinatra Park and Castle Point Park includes a section completed by the Stevens Institute of Technology and a rebuilt section of walkway around Sinatra Field. Hoboken now has a continuous waterfront multiuse path from the Jersey City border to the skate park at Castle Point.

http://www.hobokennj.org/2014/01/hoboken-opens-new-section-of-hudson-river-waterfront-walkway/

 

Let us help you find your way

 


The Hudson River Waterfront Walkway is a spectacular pathway on the western shore of the Hudson River in New Jersey.  The state has planned the Walkway to exist immediately adjacent to the river in a continuously connected 30 foot wide path from the tip of Bayonne to the George Washington Bridge.  The Walkway provides free access 24/7 for the enjoyment of the general public.

The Hudson River Waterfront Conservancy is the organization dedicated to monitoring the completion and consistent maintenance and upkeep of the 18.5 linear mile plan.  Among its goals are the preservation of the scenic values afforded by the walkway and the implementation of the State rules and regulations concerning the development and use of the Walkway.

 


 

 

 

Length: 18.5 linear miles

Municipalities through which walkway runs: 9

Bayonne, Jersey City, Hoboken, Weehawken, West New York, Guttenberg, North Bergen, Edgewater, Fort Lee

Counties: Hudson and Bergen

Uses: Walking, jogging, biking. fishing, boat or kayak launching, access to Mass transit

Perpendicular Access:

10-20 foot wide lanes from the nearest street/road parallel to the walkway

 

 

 

 

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