95 W. Veterans Hwy, Jackson, NJ 08527 Tel # 732-928-1200

Report a Pothole

Jackson Township’s Mayor Michael Reina is encouraging residents to report potholes that they encounter around town. The winter weather has wreaked havoc on Jackson Township’s roads leading Mayor Reina to start the first annual Jackson Township Pothole Blitz. Throughout the winter Public Works has tried to keep up with obvious potholes but needs the public’s help. As of Monday, extra crews have been assigned to step up the repairs based on residents’ submissions. Residents are asked to help in identifying pothole locations. If there is a pothole in your neighborhood that needs to be repaired, please contact the Department of Public Works at 732-928-1200 ext. 1250 with the location. For County Roads, please contact the Ocean County Road Department at 732-929-2133.

Pothole information on how to report pothole's in and around the Jackson Township area.

For township roads, please call the Jackson Township DPW 732-928-1200 ext.1250.


The following are County Roads and they are maintained by the Ocean County Road Dept.

Aldrich Rd Bartley Rd  
Bennetts Mills Rd Bowman Rd           
Burke Rd Butterfly rd
Cassville Rd Cedar Swamp Rd     
Central Ave            Cross St
County Line Rd Diamond Rd
Don Connor Blvd Farmingdale rd
Farraday Ave Frank Applegate Rd
Freehold Rd Harmony Rd
Hawkins Rd Hyson Rd
Jackson Mills Rd Larsen Rd
Leesville Rd Monmouth Rd
North & South Cooks Bridge Rd North & South Hope Chapel Rd
North & South New Prospect Rd                Pinehurst Rd
South Stump Tavern Rd Thompson Bridge Rd
Toms River Rd West & East Commodore Blvd                  
West & East Veterans Hwy Whitesville Rd

For County Roads, please call the Ocean County Road Department 732-929-2133.

Continue to the link below for additional information. Drive safe everyone.


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About Jackson Township

During 1994, we celebrated the 150th year of Jackson's existence as an incorporated municipality in the State of New Jersey. As the handwritten Legislative Act reads, "Having been three times read in the Council (the State Senate) on February 29, 1844,"