June 13, 2923
Road milling and paving will begin Wednesday, June 14, in the area of Killarney Drive. The following roads will first be milled: Killarney Drive, Gregory Court, Pinewood Crest, Overhill Way, Highland Circle, Holly Mews, Heather Court, and Sunset Lane. After the milling is completed, the contractor will begin paving. Paving will begin this Friday, June 16.
Please note: residents can drive on the roads when they are being milled but cannot drive on the newly paved roads for at least a few hours after paving. Barricades and signs will be installed in areas where vehicles are prohibited at any point during the paving. Anyone who ignores the barricades and signage and drives through an area
For those residents who live on cul-de-sacs: If you need to enter or exit your home in the few hours immediately after paving (new, hot asphalt being laid down), you will need to park your vehicle on an adjacent street to get in or out. You will not be able to drive on the hot asphalt. We strongly advise you to follow the Township Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/BerkeleyHeightsTwpNJ), Twitter account (https://twitter.com/BHnjGov), and/or sign up for website news alerts here (http://www.BerkeleyHeights.gov/SignUp) to get the regular paving updates so you can plan ahead and park your car accordingly. We will also post updated on the Township Instagram page (https://www.instagram.com/berkeleyheightsgov/).
June 9, 2023
Road milling and paving will begin next Wednesday, June 14, on Killarney Drive. The Township is meeting with the paving vendor early the week of June 11 to determine the order of road paving for the roads below. We will issue an update when that schedule has been completed.
May 24, 2023
The moment many have been waiting for (drum roll please...) ... the list of roads on our list to be paved in 2023.
In 2023, we have roads being paved with a variety of funding sources and from a number of contractors. Roads will be paved and drainage designed where necessary through: budget funds in the 2023 municipal budget, grants, or via the utility companies (PSE&G and NJ American Water, specifically). We will update with paving schedules once we receive start dates from the contractors/utility companies.
Please be patient - a lot of infrastructure improvements coming your way!
Click here to view the list and which entity is paving which roads.
Want to know how we decide which roads to pave? Check out our "Anatomy of a Road Paving Project" primer here.