MUTCD Manual

Do you have work planned that may interfere with the flow of pedestrian or vehicular traffic?

The Bayonne Police Department, through the Traffic Enforcement Unit, has requirements for the documentation and management of these worksites.

FIRST - Review the Work Site Guideline Sheet

THEN - Before conducting any work, you must become a Registered Entity with the Bayonne Police Department.  A Contractor Registration Package, consisting of the following, is done once and kept on file. Our documents are in PDF format.  They can be typed online and then printed.
 

  1. Contractor Registration Form - TYPED

  2. Hold Harmless Agreement - TYPED and NOTARIZED

  3. Title page of your insurance policy, listing "City of Bayonne, 630 Avenue C, Bayonne, NJ 07002", as a Certificate Holder

  4. A CLEAR copy or photograph of an official I.D. (Driver's License, State ID, Passport) for each person listed on the registration form.

  5. Print, sign, scan and email these documents to traffic@bayonnepd.org or fax to 201-858-6121.


 


AFTER YOU HAVE REGISTERED - each individual work site requires a Police Permit. Return to this webpage and utilize the online forms posted below for an evaluation request.

Work Site Evaluation and Hold Harmless Form (Typed, No Notarization required)

These evaluations are reviewed Monday thru Friday from 7 am to 2 pm two business days prior to work date.

Print, sign, scan and email the documents to traffic@bayonnepd.org or fax to 201-858-6121.

FINALLY - Contact Jobs4Blue @ 877-425-8330 to establish an account in order to hire Police Officers. Click here for further information about Jobs4Blue.  Bayonne PD Guidance Sheet

Any questions, please call the Traffic Enforcement Unit, during normal business hours at 201-858-6963.

After Hours Emergency Work?  Call 201-858-6949 and then complete the above documentation, sending it to the Traffic Unit as you would otherwise.

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Data contained at this location is generally not reviewed for legal sufficiency.