Hudson Shared Streets take place on Warren Street from Front Street to 7th Street on:
Fridays, 4pm to 10pm
Saturdays & Sundays, 11am to 10pm
During these hours:
- Please avoid driving on Warren Street, when possible.
- Traffic is slowed to 5MPH.
- Cars, bikes, and pedestrians share the roadway. Cars must YIELD TO PEDESTRIANS.
- Pedestrians are encouraged to maintain 6 feet between themselves and others on busy sidewalks by walking on the road. Please do so cautiously, with respect for others.
- Vehicles and pedestrians must be responsible and yield to traffic signals at intersections.
- Public transportation runs on a regular schedule at 5MPH.
Outside of Shared Streets hours:
- Warren Street maximum speed limit is 30MPH.
- Pedestrians must walk on the sidewalk and use demarcated crosswalks.
- Businesses who have sufficiently built out their parking spaces may now continue to operate in parking spaces during their normal business hours throughout the week*.
- Businesses may continue to operate on the sidewalk.
*For guidelines regarding occupation of parking spaces or to apply, please refer to the Application and Executive Proclamation at cityofhudson.org/streets.
WHO CAN APPLY FOR SPACE?
Any Hudson business or organization can apply for a space. Spaces will be assigned on a case-by-case basis and are limited.
Property owners not wishing to use the space in front of their property may not preclude another person from seeking a permit for the space. If a business or property owner believes it is important to maintain an available space for customer convenience or for access to persons with disabilities, the property owner should make their concerns known to the Chief of Police who will take that information into consideration when deciding where to allocate permits. Hudson Hall can help coordinate and resolve any disputes.
The Hudson Shared Streets program is a collaboration between the City of Hudson, Hudson Hall, and FUTURE HUDSON, with financial support from Columbia Economic Development Corporation, Hudson’s Tourism Board, The Spark of Hudson, and Mark and Deborah D’Arcy, with technical support by Design for Six Feet.