BLOOMFIELD, NJ – The Township of Bloomfield has announced that it will be hosting "Clean & Strong Pothole Week" from April 24 to April 28 this year. The initiative aims to improve road safety and enhance the driving experience for residents by repairing potholes town-wide.
“Clean & Strong Pothole Week will make a significant difference in improving the safety and quality of our roads, and we encourage residents to get involved and report pothole locations,” said Bloomfield Mayor Michael Venezia.
The Township Department of Public Works (DPW) crews will be taking a new approach and utilizing state-of-the-art technology called Spray Patching to make pothole repairs. Additionally, the repairs will be tracked using a GPS tracking system and a warranty will be provided for each repaired location. This will help the Township DPW crews efficiently identify and address the areas most in need of repairs, and ensure long-lasting results.
Residents can also do their part in this effort by using the "Clean & Strong" icon on the Township's website to report pothole locations, as well any other Township-related maintenance issue. For more information about the Township’s Clean & Strong program or to report a pothole, please contact the Township's Department of Public Works at (973) 680-4127 or visit the Township's website at: https://www.bloomfieldtwpnj.com/.