East Brunswick Makes It Easier To Report Issues


EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Township of East Brunswick utilizes YourGOV, an innovative citizen request application that allows community members to conveniently report non-emergency issues and service requests using the web or a smartphone.

In just three steps, users can submit common issues — such as Potholes, Graffiti, Illegal Dumping, Missed Garbage/Recycle collection, Snow Plowing, Street Sweeping, Trash Containers Full in Parks, Trees and more — complete with location, details and photos. Once submitted, YourGOV will automatically deliver requests to the Township’s Municipal Services Department where they are reviewed and routed for proper handling.

YourGOV is available for immediate use. If you wish to submit issues anonymously, you do not need to sign up to use YourGOV. Users can submit requests anonymously by clicking the + button on the YourGOV Website or App.  

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If you would like to receive notification when work has been completed on your task, you will have to sign up for an account using the Sign-up option.

Users of the Apple iPhone™ can download the free YourGOV iPhone app in the iTunes App Store.

Users of Android™ enabled smartphones can download the free YourGOV app in the Google Market or Amazon App Store.

If you wish to file a request for service, please use the YourGOV website click here: YourGOV East Brunswick Township

Please Note:  For Pothole and other repairs to Route 1 or Route 18, please visit the state DOT website here:

For County Roads, please call 732.940.3800 or go here:


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