Resource Type: Plan
New Jersey Lead Poisoning Prevention Action Plan
The analysis and recommendations contained in the 2018 New Jersey Lead Poisoning Prevention Action Plan provide a comprehensive framework for action steps that can be undertaken by the state, local agencies and other prevention partners to fully eliminate childhood lead poisoning within ten years in New Jersey.
These strategies focus on the causal sources of environmental lead exposure, support improvements to services to mitigate the impact of lead exposure in at-risk communities, including communities of color, and suggest investment in targeted, data-driven primary prevention efforts. Key policy reforms and investment in infrastructure would increase the safety of the environment, and risk-based prevention activities would prevent lead poisoning for New Jersey’s most vulnerable children.
New Jersey Water Supply Plan 2017-2022
The 2017-2022 New Jersey State Water Supply Plan constitutes the second complete revision of the plan. The goal of this document is to form the foundation of a “living” resource able to be updated on a continuous basis as reliable new data becomes available and improved upon as new scientific methods are identified. This updated Plan and the evolving planning process it initiates, will serve as a tool to help the management, regulation, conservation, and development of the State’s water resources for the foreseeable future.
Hoboken Green Infrastructure Strategic Plan
This plan recommends the most effective types of green infrastructure projects for the city of Hoboken, based on a strategic analysis of soil conditions, land uses, cost and other factors. Recommendations for implementation are included. City of Hoboken. 2013.
Hoboken Block 12 SW Park Design – Concept
These design concepts illustrate options for a proposed park in Southwest Hoboken that will provide recreational amenities and manage stormwater. 2014.
Hoboken City Hall Sustainable Stormwater Demonstration Project Concept Plan
This plan demonstrates how to capture stormwater runoff from Hoboken’s City Hall by using green and gray infrastructure. City of Hoboken. 2013.