VVPA Meeting, Nov 17, 7PM – Quality of Life Discussion

We hope that this finds you healthy and well, and that you can join us for the VVPA virtual meeting on Tuesday, November 17 at 7:00PM.Meeting will be held via ZOOM (email us at vvpanews@gmail.com for instructions to join) In this meeting we hope to provide an opportunity for our membership to share and voice questions and concerns, as well … Continue reading VVPA Meeting, Nov 17, 7PM – Quality of Life Discussion

VVPA Virtual Meeting – Tuesday, Sept 15, 7PM – – (note time change)

Dear Neighbors and Friends, Our next VVPA meeting will take place virtually on Tuesday, September 15, at 7:00PM*** (Please note the time change from our usual 7:30pm)***  Zoom instructions below: Topic: Van Vorst Park AssociationTime: Sep 15, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us04web.zoom.us/j/72771146101?pwd=V3E1bWkvaFhXY21TWlpmRmZobnNHdz09Meeting ID: 727 7114 6101Passcode: 395678In this meeting we hope to provide an opportunity for our membership to share … Continue reading VVPA Virtual Meeting – Tuesday, Sept 15, 7PM – – (note time change)

Honoring Eileen Markenstein

Dear Friends, With heavy hearts we join our neighbors in mourning the sudden and tragic loss of Eileen Markenstein, president of The Historic Jersey City and Harsimus Cemetery and a beloved member of Jersey City’s community, who passed away on Monday. Eileen will be buried on Saturday in the Historic Jersey City and Harsimus Cemetery, of which she has been called "a patron saint, and unyielding … Continue reading Honoring Eileen Markenstein

No VVPA Meeting for August/ Safe Streets Project needs input

Dear Van Vorst Park Friends and Neighbors,  Historically the VVPA does not hold a meeting for the month of August.  With many still struggling to adjust to a new life of normalcy with Covid-19, and managing recovery after tropical storm Isaias, it has been determined that everyone needs a moment to regroup, including our volunteer board. … Continue reading No VVPA Meeting for August/ Safe Streets Project needs input