Report Potholes to Camden County Public Works

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(Lindenwold, NJ) – Every Spring as the weather warms, and asphalt plants restart their operations, it marks the start of the Department of Public Works pothole patrol. Several crews are hitting the streets to repair the breakdown of the roads created by the winter conditions over the last three months.

Commissioner Al Dyer, liaison to the Camden County Department of Public Works, talked about the ongoing effort.

“We have dispatched several crews throughout the highways and byways of Camden County to get hot asphalt on the ground and keep vehicles moving,” Dyer said. “This spring season, we are continuing with the county’s capital maintenance program to mend roadways and have dozens of locations that will be repaved and repaired this construction season. This program is crucial to keeping our county infrastructure in top shape and to ensure safety and ease of travel along the 1,200 lane miles of roads that run through our communities.”

Camden County has an extensive schedule of road projects set for this year. These repair projects are as follows: 

  • Wyoming Avenue from Kings Highway to Nicholson Road in Audubon
  • Berlin Road in Gibbsboro to Route 30 in Lindenwold.
  • Jackson Road from Hopewell to Tremont Avenue in Waterford Township
  • Old Black Horse Pike from Black Horse Pike to Chews Landing in Gloucester Township.
  • Section of Erial Road from Cross Keys to Williamstown roads in Winslow Township.
  • Jackson Road from the White Horse Pike to Route 73 in Berlin Township.
  • Lafayette Avenue from Route 561 to Route 73 in Voorhees.
  • West Fleming Pike from Route 73 to the Gloucester County Line in Winslow Township.
  • Haddon Avenue from Walker to Zulker avenues in Berlin
  • Berlin Road from Gibbsboro Road to Linden Avenue in Lindenwold.
  • Blenheim Erial Road from East Church Street to Black Horse Pike in Gloucester Township.
  • Greentree Road from Route 70 to Burlington County Line in Cherry Hill.
  • Coles Mill Road in Haddonfield/Haddon Township.
  • Chew Road from Pestletown Road to Atlantic Ave in Waterford Township.
  • Atco Avenue from Hayes Mill Road to Route 30 in Waterford Township.
  • Park Avenue from Cuthbert Road to Collings Avenue in Collingswood.
  • Park Avenue in Merchantville.
  • Bettlewood Avenue from Oaklawn to Collings avenues in Collingswood.
  • Route 561 at White Horse Road in Voorhees.
  • Intersection of Route 561, Evesham Road and Somerdale Road in Cherry Hill and Voorhees.
  • Little Gloucester Road from Chew Landing Road to Blackwood Clementon Road in Gloucester Township.
  • Intersection of Erial/Gibbsboro/Berlin in Clementon.
  • Westfield Avenue from 27th to 42nd streets in Camden City.
  • E. Browning Road from Maple Avenue to South Park Drive in Collingswood.
  • Sicklerville Road from Hickstown Road to Gloucester County Line in Gloucester Township.
  • East Fleming Pike from Route 73 to Route 30 in Winslow.
  • Frankling Avenue from Egg Harbor Road to Route 561 in Berlin.


The Commissioners are asking residents to report any road hazards they encounter to the Public Works Hotline (856) 566-2980.  The number is answered by a live person, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Also, residents can contact DPW through the county website at or through Twitter at @camdencountynj or Facebook at

“Residents are our best eyes on our roadways and we, as a collective commission, want address potholes and roadway concerns countywide,” Dyer continued. “We need everyone to become engaged in this effort to make Camden County a better place to live and drive.”

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.

“As a reminder I want to ask residents to slow down and be patient when they see our crews working,” Dyer explained. “Filling potholes can be dangerous so please remember to keep an eye out for our personnel.”