On behalf of the Hudson County Improvement Authority (HCIA), welcome to our website.

Located in the fastest-growing county in the State, the HCIA is an autonomous public agency with a mission of providing a wide range of needed services to the residents and businesses of Hudson County at the least cost to taxpayers. The HCIA has broad responsibilities in the County including solid waste and recycling management, financing for public & private initiatives, redevelopment projects, transportation management, recreation services, alternative energy initiatives and environmental education.

In June 2015, Hudson County celebrated the opening of Skyway Golf Course at Lincoln Park West in Jersey City- Hudson County’s first public golf course developed and financed by the HCIA. Since then Skyway Golf Course at Lincoln Park West has become one of the best public golf courses in the area featuring 9 challenging championship holes- 3 par fives, 3 par fours and 3 par threes totaling 3,200 yards.

Today, the HCIA is excited to be developing the new Hudson County High Tech High School to be located in Secaucus. This 340,000 square foot building with anticipated completion and opening for the 2018-19 School Year will consist of a three-story central hub including classrooms, administrative offices, cafeteria, gymnasium, a 400-seat theater and three extensions for teaching environments.

Thank you for visiting the HCIA’s website. Be sure to follow us on Facebook (@Hudson County Improvement Authority); Twitter (@HCIAOnline) and Instagram (HCIAOnline) so you are up-to-date with all of the happenings at the HCIA!

Norman M. Guerra
Chief Executive Officer
201-324-6222
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Kurt A. Cherry
Executive Director/CFO
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Michael A. Holloway
Director – Solid Waste Enforcement
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Mary-Ellen E. Gilpin
Director – Environmental Programs
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James DiDomenico
Director – Hudson TMA
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Michael O'Connor
Acting Director – Planning & Energy
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Marvin W. Krieger
Director – HIV Services Planning Council
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The Hudson Transportation Management Association (TMA) was created to meet the county's transportation needs. The TMA offers an array of transportation related services to both the general public, businesses located in Hudson County and those that may be considering relocation to the area.

For more information regarding TMA services please call 201-324-6222 ext. 3229, or visit the TMA website at www.hudsontma.org

Frank Pestana, Chairman

James P. Doran, Ed.D., Vice-Chairman

Nicholas Goldsack, Treasurer

Frank Lorenzo, Secretary

Fred M. Bado

Brian K. Dellabella

Jeffrey Dublin

Martin T. Martinetti

John A. Peneda

Norman M. Guerra, Chief Executive Officer 

 

Kurt A. Cherry, Executive Director, CFO

 

William J. Netchert, Esq., General Counsel

Hudson County Board of Chosen Freeholders:

  • E. Junior Maldonado, Chairperson
  • Tilo Rivas, Vice Chairperson
  • Anthony P. Vainieri, Jr., Chairperson Pro-Tempore
  • Gerard Balmir, Jr.
  • Albert J. Cifelli
  • Kenneth Kopacz
  • William O'Dea
  • Caridad Rodriguez
  • Anthony Romano

The Hudson County Improvement Authority's (HCIA) mission is simple: To provide a wide range of needed services to the residents and businesses of Hudson County at the least cost to taxpayers. Since the inception of the HCIA, an autonomous public agency with broad responsibilities in solid waste management, recycling, affordable housing and transportation management in Hudson County, Hudson County's recycling rate has increased from three percent to more than 55 percent.

The HCIA works consistently to educate both residents and businesses alike on the benefits of recycling. The HCIA's recycling division has offered 45-minute audience participation presentations to the majority of the public, private and parochial schools in the County. The same division has also awarded more than 200 mini-grants to various not-for-profit organizations in Hudson County. The HCIA's Household Hazardous Collection program has also collected more than three million pounds of hazardous waste from residents throughout the County.

   

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