Freehold Township residents can now help get weather-damaged roads fixed, by submitting a service form online.
The Freehold Township Public Works Department has updated their page on the township’s website with a service form. By filling out the necessary information on the form, residents can easily report a road issue, such as a pothole, with a few simple clicks.
“Our residents can report potholes by going onto our website,” said Committeeman David Salkin. “Our roads have had some damage from the recent storms and our guys have been working feverishly to catch up, but if you see a pothole, report it, because if we don’t know its there we can’t fix it.”
The form on the public works department page also allows residents to submit a service forms for other work, such as snow and brush removal and even property upkeep.