The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) invites the communities of Jersey City, Hoboken and Weehawken to an upcoming Design Zone Workshop on the Rebuild by Design – Hudson River Project. All are welcome!
This workshop will focus on the southern alignment within Hoboken with portions of the alignment on Washington Street south of Newark St. as well as Observer Highway.
March 12, 2019
Design Zone Workshop
South Design Zone 4
124 Grand St., Hoboken, NJ
A flyer announcing more event details is viewable at this link: https://www.nj.gov/dep/floodresilience/docs/rbdh-flyer-20190312.pdf
Please share with your constituent groups, this meetings is open to the public.
At this meeting you will: * Be updated on the Middle Ground Alignment within Zone 4, and review a visual analysis within this zone as it relates to the Resist Structure; * Be updated on the design approach for urban amenities in Design Zone 4; * Provide input on the look and feel of design interventions along the Resist alignment in Design Zone 4.
For a map of the zones please place the following link in your browser: https://www.nj.gov/dep/floodresilience/docs/rbdh-flyer-20190312.pdf
ABOUT THE PROJECT?
The Rebuild by Design – Hudson River Project is a comprehensive urban floodwater management strategy to reduce the flood risk from storm surge and rainfall flood events to flood prone areas within the Project Area, which comprises the entire City of Hoboken, and adjacent areas of Weehawken and Jersey City. The US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded $230 million to the State of New Jersey for the Project, which includes the design and environmental impact analysis of the overall comprehensive master plan of the entire project (including the Resist and Delay, Store, Discharge components) and funding for the construction of the Resist components (coastal storm surge project).