Road Work

Dear Dunellen Residents,
The milling and paving of several streets around John P. Faber Elementary School will commence on Tuesday, November 30th and continue until Friday, December 2, 2021, weather permitting.

The following streets will be worked on:
�� Madison Avenue from North Avenue to South Avenue,
�� South Avenue/Grove Street from the Middlesex border to Prospect Avenue,
�� Pulaski Street from South Avenue to the Railroad embankment,
�� High Street (work will begin after 8:30 am and the street will be open by 2:30 pm), and
�� Lehigh Street

The contractor, Schifano Construction Corp, will be closing off the streets as work progresses and there will be very limited access to driveways for residents who live in the area. Residents are asked to park their vehicles on adjacent streets between 7:00 am to 5:00 pm. Please remove all vehicles from the street on paving days. No parking signs will be posted by the Dunellen Police.

School vehicular traffic is advised to prepare accordingly for the several days of disruption between the mill and pave period. Drivers may wish to plan an alternate route that does not include Madison Ave (between North Ave and South Ave), South Ave, Pulaski Street or High Street.
The road improvement project is made possible through a partnership with Middlesex County NJ Government and its Mill and Pave program. This program will help the Borough get more roads paved over a shorter period of time at a more cost-effective rate. I wish to extend a thank you to former Council President Kenneth Bayer who worked with me in 2020 on securing the Mill and Pave program.
Thank you for your time in this matter.

Mayor Jason F. Cilento