PLAINFIELD, NJ - The Plainfield Police Division issued an advisory on Thursday about a four-way stop zone that will become effective at Pemberton and Kenyon avenues on Friday, Aug. 10.  The intersection at Randolph Road and Kenyon Avenue became a multi-way stop intersection on July 13.

Other intersections that have recently had the four-way stop signs installed include:

  • Leland Avenue and George Street, installed on Aug. 3
  • Randolph Avenue and Plainfield Road, installed on July 27
  • Rock Avenue and Myrtle Avenue, installed on July 20

Another advisory was issued by the city, alerting residents to expect parking detours while improvements are made to the parking lots behind and adjacent to Supremo Food Market during the month of August.

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The County of Union, starting on or about Monday, Aug. 13, will begin road resurfacing work in Plainfield on East 7th Street from Terrill Road to Park Avenue over the course of nine evenings. 

According to the Union County notice:

The work being performed will consist of various road improvements, such as milling, paving, and striping of the road. Due to the nature of the work involved, the amount of men and machinery required, full road closure will be necessary in the area of work to optimize the safety of the work crews and motoring public alike. To minimize impact on local traffic, the work will be performed overnight. The road will be closed from approximately 7:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. the following morning weather permitting.



Learn more here.