Road Repaving

2020 Holmdel Township Road Repaving

This year, the Township is hoping to pave approximately 12.5 miles of roads, about 12.5% of the Town’s total road miles. We hope to do so in thanks to several strong partnership agreements. 


This is only a proposed list.  Several factors including, timing, weather, scheduling and costs will play into what can be accomplished. Just because a road is listed below, does not mean that the project will reach completion this year.  

Earlier in 2020 New Jersey Natural Gas paved the following roads as part of their gas line replacement program. Holmdel Township funded the concrete and curb work that was needed.

  • Knollwood
  • Fairmount
  • Brentwood

 Holmdel Township is partnering with New Jersey American Water to pave approximately one mile of McCampbell road this year in 2020 which is scheduled to begin this month.

Holmdel Township has received New Jersey Department of Transportation grant funding to pave approximately three quarters of a mile of Crawfords Corner road this year in 2020.

In a partnership with Monmouth County, the following roads were funded by Holmdel Township in 2019 and will be completed when the County begins its shared service program again:

  • Windswept
  • Hayward Hills
  • Telegraph Hill between Crocus and Hayward Hills
  • Beechwood (cul-de-sac only)
  • Patterson Court
  • Shadow Lane
  • Candlelight
  • Indian Creek
  • Northview Terrace
  • Flora Drive
  • Holmes Court
  • Lilly Court
  • Canyon Run Road

 The following roads will be part of the 2020 bid package (listed in priority order) and funded through bond ordinance 2020-11.  The final roads will be dependent on funding availability. 

  • Old Manor
  • Chestnut Ridge (from Bethany to Mayfair)
  • Willow Brook
  • Willow
  • Commons Way
  • Holland
  • Roberts
  • Galloway
  • Sunrise
  • Plum
  • Longstreet
  • Wagner
  • Dakota
  • Squire
  • Primrose
  • Middle 
  • Briar Cliff
  • Line

Each year the Holmdel Road Department examines every municipal road and rates them based on several factors including, but not limited to, pot holes, crocodile cracking, surface structure, and structural cracking. Based on this analysis a list of roads is recommended for paving. The roads that are eventually paved is dependent largely on funding availability and costs, which vary each year.

If you would like to suggest a road for consideration in the 2021 program, please send an email to and we will note the request during the inspection process.  Feel free to attach photographs to the email.