With about 90 miles of municipal roads in Clinton Township, repaving is a costly item that must be planned and prioritized.  Funding on a yearly basis is accomplished through the use of capital improvement funds that are acquired through bond borrowing, and when available, State grants.  To help prioritize, the Governing Body operates based on a 5 year repavement plan.  The most recent plan was adopted in 2014, and can be found by clicking on this link:


If a particular road is not on the plan, but appears to be in unusually bad condition, it is possible that our pothole crew can assist.  You can email them by clicking here:  road liason email

Finally, keep in mind that we only control municipal roads.  Routes 22 and 31, as well as Route 78 are controlled and maintained by the State of New Jersey, Department of Transportation.

County Roads are maintained by the County. Their website is http://co.hunterdon.nj.us/depts/roads/enginr.htm

Last updated: 12/19/2017 3:58:57 PM