Newtown Village Sanitary Sewer Improvement Project
ROBBINSVILLE, NJ - (November 13, 2020) - Underground Utilities Corporation (UUC) of Linden, NJ will begin construction activities at Newtown Village – specifically the Sanitary Sewer Improvement Project - for the Township of Robbinsville beginning on or about December 1.
Work hours are from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday until April 29, 2021. No work is to be performed on weekends and/or holidays.
All vehicles must be removed from the street being worked on during construction hours for the duration of the project. Initial work will begin at the intersection of First Street and Spruce Street. Work will be completed on one street before moving onto another. During this time, residents may experience delays in entering and exiting the streets, walkways and driveways. There will be a supervisor on site to provide further assistance. All emergency situations will be accommodated throughout the duration of the project.
Additionally, all trenches on streets will be backfilled at the end of the day and every Friday (weather permitting). Areas being worked on will be paved/patched. Entire streets will be repaved at a later date once it is determined all utilities are operational.
The sanity sewer system will remain operational during construction. When the plumber is making a connection to the home's sanitary line in the crawl space under the home will be the only time a resident will be asked to not flush or run water in the home.
Additional parking will be provided at the stone lots located throughout the park, as well as on Maple Street. The Township will be striping the spots in order to maximize these spaces. If you have any vehicles that are not operational, or are unregistered in front of your home or on one of the lots, please have it moved out of the park or it will be towed at the owner's expense.
There will be a staging area marked off for the contractors equipment and material at the front of the park in a section of the stoned lot that will not be used for resident parking.
These sewer and road improvements have been implemented by the Township of Robbinsville to provide all residents with the latest developments in Public Utility Standards.
Concerns or questions can be directed to Property Manager Dan Rafferty at either (609) 223-0016, or via the Newtown Village office between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Monday-Friday.
Robbinsville Township and UUC appreciate your patience and cooperation as we make these vital improvements to Newtown Village.