BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Road work will begin on Monday, April 27 causing closures, detours and delays in Berkeley Heights. 


  • On Monday April 27, milling and paving road work will begin on Mountain Avenue from the Somerset County line to Snyder Avenue from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m.
  • There will be road closures and detours set up to assist with traffic control.
  • Residents living in the affected areas will be assisted by the police officers on the construction project to get home safely.
  • Berkeley Heights police ask that anyone not living in the immediate area being worked on to follow the detour set up by Union County Engineering.


  • On Monday April 27 and Tuesday April 28, Murray Hill Boulevard will be closed from Watchung Boulevard to Hunterdon Boulevard starting at 8 a.m. and ending at 4 p.m.
  • Residents living in the affected section of Murray Hill Boulevard will be directed on where and how to enter the work zone safely to return home by officers working the construction detail. All other vehicles will be detoured around the work zone, including those vehicles traveling to Governor Livingston High School.
  • The police department reminds all drivers that these are residential neighborhoods, please drive carefully and obey all stop signs and speed limits.


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  • The milling and paving operations on Glenside Avenue began as of April 22 and covers the area from Glenside Avenue to the New Providence border just south of Mountain Avenue.

If you should have any questions regarding this or any township paving projects, please contact Township Engineer Robert Bocchino at 908-464-2700.

The Berkeley Heights Police Department ask all residents and drivers to exercise patience and cooperate with the directions of the officers on the scene to create a safer environment for everyone.