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Hunterdon County Department of Public WorksDEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

 

The Hunterdon County Department of Public Works, including the Divisions of Roads, Bridges and Engineering provides engineering direction, technical support and guidance for the County's roads and bridges, is charged with the maintenance and repair for County roads, bridges, culverts, and storm sewers.

THOMAS MATHEWS, DIRECTOR/COUNTY ENGINEER
Route 12 County Complex
Building #1, First Floor
PO Box 2900
Flemington, New Jersey 08822-2900
908-788-1227 * FAX 908-788-1231
engineering@co.hunterdon.nj.us
Hunterdon County State of New Jersey RAY EICHLIN, ROAD SUPERVISOR
LUKE BONHAM, SUPERINTENDENT OF BRIDGES
Route 12 County Complex
Building #8
PO Box 2900
Flemington, NJ 08822-2900
908-788-1178
roads@co.hunterdon.nj.us

IN THE NEWS

EMERALD ASH BORER SPOTTED LANTERN FLY

The emerald ash borer (EAB) was discovered near Detroit in 2002, probably on solid wood packing material.   It is spreading to everywhere that ash trees grow, including New Jersey.   Every ash tree that is not treated will be killed by this pest.  Many already have been. 

The most obvious symptoms of the presence of EAB in an ash tree is what is often called “bark blonding”, the removal of strips of bark by woodpeckers attempting to feed on the EAB larvae in the tree.   By the time this symptom is visible, it is usually too late to treat.  Infested trees are often killed within a year or two after infestation.

The EAB also leave “D-shaped” exit holes as the adults emerge in the spring.  These are often hard to see, and often look like holes left by other, less harmful, insects.

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The newest concern in our area is the Spotted lanternfly, an invasive insect native to southeast Asia that was first detected in Berks county, PA in 2014, but now is spreading quickly.  Although the name suggests it is a fly, it is really a planthopper.  The adult lanternfly can hop a long way, especially when jumping from high in a tree.  But the primary way it moves long distances is by effectively “hitchhiking” in every part of its life cycle, from eggs to adults, attaching itself to vehicles, trains and other forms of transport. 

Egg masses are putty-colored and hard to detect, and can be found on almost any flat surface.  Consequently, the lanternfly has been carried many miles beyond the quarantine zones in PA, DE, MD and NJ, and has the potential to turn up in almost every state in the country.

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STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN

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SPECIAL PROJECTS/PUBLIC HEARINGS:

County Bridge E-243, East Amwell Township on Vanlieus Road over Back Brook PROPOSED RECONSTRUCTION OF COUNTY BRIDGE E-243
Van Lieus Road East Amwell Township, Hunterdon County

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Route 578 bridge replacement 1050-161

The Replacement of Bridge 1050-161 and Approach Roadways, C.R. 579 (Church Street) over Norfolk Southern Corporation – Lehigh Valley Main Line in the Township of Bethlehem and Borough of Bloomsbury

 

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CONCEPTUAL LAYOUT
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Conceptual Layout of Proposed 523/629 Roundabout Project in Readington Township

PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING HELD ON APRIL 03, 2019 FOR THE COUNTY ROUTES 523 AND 629 ROUNDABOUT PROJECT
Flemington-Whitehouse Road (CR 523), Pleasant Run Road (CR 629) and Springtown Road, Township of Readington, County of Hunterdon (DOWNLOAD PUBLIC NOTICE HERE...)

PROJECT DOCUMENTS:

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Annual Project Summary Report - Hunterdon County Department of Public Works

ANNUAL REPORTS

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