Mayor Ravi S. Bhalla and the City of Hoboken today launched the Housing Improvement Program (HIP), an initiative aimed at supporting low-to-moderate income residents in making essential repairs to their homes. This program is made possible through funding from the City's Affordable Housing Trust Fund and is designed to empower eligible residents to address critical repair needs within their homes, ensuring the safety and well-being of Hoboken community members. Qualified applicants may receive up to $24,000 in repair funding, which will be provided as a no-interest, 10-year forgivable loan. These funds can be utilized for a variety of major systems that require replacement or substantial repair, including roofs, foundations, heating, electrical, windows, insulation, plumbing, and other essential components of a home.
To be eligible for the program, applicants must be residents of Hoboken, and their total gross annual household income must fall below the income limit for their household size. Income limits are updated annually.
Current income limits:
Hoboken SantaCon is here! Come dressed in your best Santa outfits, ugly sweaters, reindeer costume or even a Christmas tree lets get lit!
Date and time
Starts on Saturday, December 16 · 10am EST
Madd Hatter Hoboken
221 Washington Street Hoboken, NJ 07030
The most anticipated holiday extravaganza of the year! Get ready to immerse yourself in a celebration that brings together thousands of cheerful Santas, elves, and holiday enthusiasts from all corners of the city. Hoboken SantaCon 2023 promises to be bigger, better, and more festive than ever before, spreading merriment and goodwill throughout our beloved community.