CAMDEN, NJ (CBS) – Witness News was in the Camden’s Parkside neighborhood on Wednesday, where lawmakers were focusing on potholes. The city said it is working to repair damage caused by winter weather.
Since December, crews in the county have filled more than 2,000 potholes, using 90 tons of asphalt.
Both the city of Camden and Camden County said repair efforts continued at a rapid pace.
“It’s been a great partnership as the City of Camden and Camden County work together to fill these gaps. We’ve done a great job since December, and we’ll continue to do better as we continue this spring,” said Camden County Commissioner Al Dyer.
Residents are encouraged to report potholes so teams can take action.
Camden residents can report potloopholes in their neighborhood by contacting the Mayor’s Office at (856) 757-7200 or firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting the Camden Public Service at (856) 757-7132, (856) 757-7034 or email@example.com. Residents can also report potholes in county roads by going to www.camdencounty.com/service/public-works/county-road-report-form/ or by calling (856) 566-2980.