ROAD CONSTRUCTION NOTICE – Weeks of August 12 &19, 2019

**** In response to the recent storm, the Department of Public Works (DPW) has begun EMERGENCY STORM DEBRIS REMOVAL (BRUSH ONLY) pick up by Zone. No debris may be in the road. When your street is collected, DPW will not return. See DPW letter HERE for details.

For more information about Mayor Hornik’s 4-part Road Repair Initiative, roads scheduled to be repaired, and the process and notification of on-going work, please visit  and click the “Road Repair” tab. Updates are made via Social Media, email and on the Township website. Communication options can be found by visiting and clicking the ‘Communications for Residents’ button on the right hand side of the home page.

Please note that all projects are weather dependent and every effort will be made to minimize any inconvenience to residents during this time. Police Officers will be site to assist motorists and residents. Please call Marlboro Traffic and Safety at 732-536-0304 with further inquiries regarding road work.

In June 2019, we announced that the State DOT would be commencing work at the intersection of 520 and Tennent Road. This project was years in planning as a joint effort between Mayor Hornik’s office, Township Engineering and Police Traffic and Safety along with the County of Monmouth and NJ DOT. Although both roadways are in Marlboro Township, they are Monmouth County Roads maintained by the County. However, due to their proximity to State Highway Route 18, they fall under State jurisdiction. You can read the notice with planned improvements HERE. Last night, Marlboro Police Traffic & Safety put the following message on social media:

The State DOT traffic signals were changed last week and put into operation immediately. Normally the striping and signage is put into place before this happens. We have been informed this wasn’t the case. We (The Mayor’s Office, Engineering and Police Department) have been in contact with State DOT to find out why all the aspects of this intersection adjustment were not done simultaneously and there has been more confusion than a remedy for the situation. This is an ongoing process and we are asking our residents to bear with us as we are working around the clock to make things right.

This morning we were informed that the Stat DOT contractor lights will be bagging the lights today. Striping and signage will take place prior to the left-turn signal lights being operational. We apologize for the confusion. Thank you to Police and engineering for working with State DOT to quickly address this situation. Questions should be directed to Traffic & Safety at 732-536-0304.

The roads will remain open and accessible during construction, although motorists are advised to use caution through the work zone.
Union Hill Road – Nighttime paving scheduled to commence Friday, August 16. The bus lane will also be paved at this time.
Church Road – Contractors will be completing concrete curb repairs throughout the week (Tennent to Floyd Wycoff).
The following Roads (previously noted in the Construction Preview section below) will be paved the week of August 19:
Wooleytown Road (concrete and drainage work completed in April)
Harbor Road (at Rt.79 intersection)
Amboy Road (between Tennent Road and Shalom Torah driveway)
Texas Road (interim pavement repair at the Amboy Road intersection)

Clubhouse Lane, Heron Drive and Teal Court - DPW Mill and Paving

WMUA Sewer Project – The nighttime construction has concluded and they have returned to daytime construction. No road closures are expected. If possible, we suggest that you avoid the area. Final paving on Brandon Road will be scheduled at a later date.

Spring Valley Road – This is a shared services agreement with Old Bridge. Roadwork will begin in September.
Pleasant Valley Road – FEMA Grant awarded August 13, 2019. Work will take approximately 4 months to complete.
Peasley Drive –HUD grant received in the amount of $120,370 for the resurfacing of Peasley Drive. Project is out to bid with due date of August 13.