The City of Bayonne welcomes your Business!Thank you for choosing to expand, to move, or to start your business in Bayonne. Our mission is to guide and promote the positive social growth and economic revitalization occurring in the City of Bayonne.
Bayonne’s Urban Enterprise Zone
Your business is located in the Urban Enterprise Zone (UEZ) Program. What does that mean to your businesses? It means that businesses participating in the program can access a number of financial programs designed to stimulate job creation and business growth. It also allows certain businesses to charge half the sales tax on retail items.
The Bayonne Urban Enterprise Zone (UEZ) works to promote business within the zone that generates new, permanent jobs for local residents by providing a secure and attractive environment throughout the zone; by providing access to loans for small businesses; by enhancing access to an appropriately trained and identified local labor pool; by encouraging the use of local businesses in the supply of goods and services amongst members of the zone; by promoting for the equal opportunity of minority groups to participate as owner/operators of businesses within the zone.
Come support the Bayonne’s Farmers Market every Tuesday! Please wear your mask and practice social distancing.
DelMonte Drive between 22nd and 23rd Street (Behind Verizon on Broadway) (parking in lot on 22nd street Alstede FarmsEmpanada Lady (cold only)Paolo’s KitchenDr. PickleGourmet Fruits and NutsBuon AntipastoClydes Homemade Italian Ice and Ice CreamVelobarPies and QuichesMore vendors will be added in the coming weeks!
Dear UEZ/SID Member, The federal government, in response to the severe economic impact that COVID 19 has caused, has created funding programs designed to help small businesses survive during these challenging times. Attached are two documents designed to help guide businesses through the application process. These...
How do I apply to the NJEDA Small Business Emergency Assistance Loan? (Application open April 13, 2020, at 9:00 a.m.)
In response to the economic challenges being faced by New Jersey small businesses due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) has created the Small Business Emergency Assistance Loan Program. The $10 million program will make direct low-cost financing available to allow New...
Mayor Davis has instructed OEM to keep residents informed on all the latest information related to this health emergency. Here are the latest stats: NJ Residents Positive - 18,696NJ Residents Negative – 27,077Hudson County Residents Positive – 1,606Bayonne Residents CURRENTLY Positive – 136* *This number...
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