You can now pay your bill online
We’re working to make it easier to do business with us. No more writing checks, searching for stamps, or visiting the office to pay your sewer bill. Now, you can take advantage of our convenient, safe and secure online payment system by clicking here. IF, HOWEVER, YOUR PROPERTY IS IN TAX SALE, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO PAY ONLINE. PLEASE CONTACT THE AUTHORITY OFFICE.
As you navigate through our website, I hope that you will find it, and the information that it contains, useful from a variety of perspectives. Since 1988, the year of the Authority's foundation, we have prided ourselves on our commitment to a clear set of values: protection of the environment, integrity in business, and openness and transparency. Here, in the pages of our website, it's our intention that visitors see and understand how the Authority, in its daily activities, lives out these values.
We have made massive strides over the last two decades toward
a cleaner Hudson River and an economic renaissance along the Hoboken, Weehawken
and West New York waterfronts. The Authority is proud to have played a major
role in these accomplishments. Through these webpages, we invite you to learn
more about the Authority and its important work on behalf of the environment,
and we welcome your views and feedback on our performance.
Hoboken plans to curb flooding with $11.7 million storm pump
The Mile Square City has a long history of chronic flooding, and this spring, officials hope to target one of its most vulnerable sections.
A second wet weather pump station is coming to Hoboken, with installation beginning sometime in March, according to officials. The city council approved a $11.9 state loan — with 19 percent principal forgiveness — last week to fund a second pump on 11th Street, just west of Frank Sinatra Drive. The loan will also fund a $220,000 project that uses green infrastructure (community gardens, tree pits, etc.) to reduce stormwater runoff. Read more.
Hoboken Puts Flooding Problems to Rest
Hoboken, NJ—the hometown of Frank Sinatra and Cake Boss—is located across the Hudson River from New York City. In its 1-square-mile area, it has more than 50,000 residents and hundreds of boutiques, restaurants, and outdoor cafes, all of which draw large crowds on a regular basis. Hoboken is one of the most densely populated cities in America. Because of its low-lying location on the New Jersey side of the Hudson River,
City of Hoboken Receives Approval for Loan to Build Flood Pump
The City of Hoboken’s application for a low interest loan from the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust, in partnership with North Hudson Sewerage Authority, has been approved by the State of New Jersey. The $11.7 million loan will pay for the construction of Hoboken’s second wet weather pump station (WWPS) to be built underground near 11th Street and Hudson Street. The wet weather pump station will be designed, constructed, operated and maintained by the North Hudson Sewerage Authority (NHSA) on a long-term lease from the City. Read more.
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