Road Closures For Overlay Project Continue

August 5, 2014 at 11:16 PM

WARREN, NJ - The Department of Public Works has started the 2014 road overlay project. Weather permitting, work will continue through the month of August for milling and repaving.
 
The roads may be temporarily closed to one lane traffic, but residents, buses and emergency vehicles will have access at all times.  Be aware that tack coat and raised manholes will be present during construction and proceed with caution. 
 
 
The roads are:
Old Stirling Road (Mountain Ave to 78 Bridge)
Mountain Ave (Old Stirling Rd to Heather Lane)
Reinman Rd (Old Stirling to Mt Bethel Rd)
King George Rd (Broadway to Mt View)
Green Valley Dr
Old Smalleytown Rd (Stirling Rd to Valley View Rd)
 
The Department of Public Works says, "we thank you for your cooperation and we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. If you have any drainage issues or concerns please contact the DPW at 908-753-1223."
 

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