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Camden County asking residents to report potholes

Camden County asking residents to report potholes

Despite the best efforts of the Camden County Department of Public Works, this historic winter has taken its toll on our roadways. To combat its effects, Camden County is aggressive about locating and repairing potholes on all county maintained roads.

The Freeholder Board asks residents to report road hazards they encounter to the Camden County Public Works hotline at (856) 566–2980. The number is answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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“It has always been the case that residents are our best eyes on roadways and we, as a collective board, want address potholes and roadway concerns from the Delaware River to the county line,” said Freeholder Ian Leonard, liaison to the Camden County Department of Public Works. “We need you to become engaged in this effort to make Camden County a better place to live and drive throughout our 1,200 lane miles of highway.”

When residents call the Highway Department to report an issue, county personnel will come out to address the situation within a short period of time.

“This program is dependent on us, your elected officials, and Camden County residents working together to identify areas in need of improvements,” Leonard said. “As a board we are always looking at ways to create more access and engagement with the public. The Department of Public Works Hotline provides direct access to a significant department with a core mission of keeping cars on the roads and our region moving.”

For more information, contact the Camden County Department of Public Works at (856) 566–2980 or visit www.camdencounty.com.


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