BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Bridgewater Township is reminding residents to report any potholes they find around town, and any roads that need improvements so the administration is aware and can move to fix them.
Councilman Howard Norgalis said the township needs to make up for a previous administration that only filled the potholes, but never really repaired roads.
“We are paying now for overly frugal treatment of our roads,” he said.
Residents looking to report those potholes can click on “Report Potholes” on the township website at bridgewaternj.gov. Drivers can also call the public works department at 908-725-6300, ext. 6000, for township roads, or the county at 908-541-5021 for county roads.