As we head into another winter, residents are reminded that they can report potholes on any local roadway online, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The constant freezing and thawing of the winter season prompts an uptick in the number of potholes on our roadways every year, and the Cherry Hill Township Department of Public Works has crews dedicated to identifying and repairing the affected areas.
The Department of Public Works and Engineering maintains nearly 260 miles of roadway, and effectively locating problem areas requires the cooperation of residents and Township personnel alike.
Residents who see a potential problem spot can report it through the Report a Pothole link on the Township website, or by calling DPW directly at (856) 424-4422.
Some roads within Cherry Hill are maintained by either the New Jersey Department of Transportation, or the Camden County Department of Public Works. Click here for a list of these roads and their respective contact information. Potholes reported on State- and County-owned roads through our website will be routed to the proper authority.
This cooperative effort will allow us to remain proactive in keeping our roadways safe through the winter of 2014-15 and all year long.