Will Your Sidewalk Be Repaired This Year?

The township has announced what sidewalks are included in its annual repair and replacement program.

The township's annual sidewalk replacement program is scheduled to begin Monday, May 14.

Sidewalk slabs damaged or raised by township shade trees and temporary asphalt sidewalks damaged by storms last year will be replaced.

Slabs that will be replaced will be marked with a pink dot. Other defective or damaged slabs are the responsibility of the adjacent property owners.

The program will be completed in two phases.

The following streets will be worked on in the first phase:

Gow Road

Hurst Terrace

Kevin Place

Mansard Court

Packanack Lake Road

Pelham Road

Ratzer Road: Route 23 to Alps

Ratzer Road from Pike to Garside

Tammy Terrace

Timothy Road

Whipple Road

The following streets will be paved in the project’s second phase:

Allen Drive

Amboy Road

Andover Drive

Barbara Way

Burnside Place

Camillo Drive

Carol Place

Everett Place

Greenrale Avenue

Harwood Place

Hunter Place

Kimberly Place

Laauwe Avenue

Lawrenece Road

Leslie Drive

Lyle Avenue

Nellis Drive

Robin Road

Tuxedo Drive

Valley Road

Virginia Court

Williamsburg Court

Repair work at the following streets will be limited to storm-damaged sidewalks:

Ashburn Road

Benson Drive

Bolton Road

Corvair Place

Coventry Road

Farmingdale Road

Overlook Avenue

Patricia Court

Rillo Drive

Sandra Lane

Tall Oaks Drive

Webster Drive

Wellington Drive

The contractor may inadvertently damage private property, including lawn sprinklers. The contractor is responsible to repair such property within five days of it being reported.

To report damaged property or ask questions about the project call Ken Newman, assistant township engineer at 973-694-1800, ext. 3284.

Cilck here for more information. 


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