Hamilton Approves 24 Road Repair
Funds 127 Road Repairs Over Past 5 Years
‘full speed ahead’ for road repairs in Hamilton.
recently approved capital budget for road repairs, Hamilton will fund 24 road
repair projects – investing over $3.3 million in needed road repairs while
keeping township taxes flat.
approved projects will fund future repairs in neighborhoods all across the
community, including portions of Kuser Road and Whitehorse-Hamilton Square Road,
which will be partially funded with a State grant.
can view all of the roads that will be repaved at HamiltonNJ.com/RoadRepairs. The specific roads are
among those in the greatest need of
repair, following township inspections and road-quality ratings.
“We are continuing to fund needed road repairs that
benefit our entire community while keeping township taxes flat,” says Mayor Kelly A.
2013 and 2016, Hamilton’s efforts funded 103 road repair projects by investing
over $16.8 million in the town’s transportation infrastructure.
“Our roads are so important to our community’s
quality of life, as well as continued growth in our local economy,” says Council
President Dennis Pone. “To
fund a total of 127 projects over the past five capital budgets illustrates our
ongoing commitment to maintaining our community’s roads.”
Municipal Government is responsible for maintaining over 625 lane miles of
roads in Hamilton, which does not include some roads that are maintained by
either the New Jersey Department of Transportation or Mercer County Government.