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Montclair Township


Kimberli CraftMontclair Township Engineering Bureau
219 North Fullerton Avenue
Montclair, NJ 07042

Kimberli Craft, Township Engineer
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The Montclair Engineering Bureau is primarily responsible for design and construction management for capital improvements to Township infrastructure. Program areas include street improvements, parks, and drainage/storm sewers. The Township Engineer also serves as the designated Stormwater Program Coordinator for Montclair, in compliance with New Jersey's Stormwater Management regulations adopted in 2004.

Other responsibilities of the Engineering Bureau include permitting and inspections for private construction of sidewalk, curb and driveway aprons; traffic engineering and safety studies; maintenance of Township street and tax maps; and assistance to residents with engineering-related matters.

The Montclair SAFE initiative was recently launched to support walking and bicycling through improved infrastructure and to raise awareness of the many efforts underway to make our streets safer for all road users. SAFE = Streets Are For Everyone! In addition to a needed focus on safety of pedestrians and cyclists as the most vulnerable road users; we also support walking and cycling to enhance health, reduce traffic congestion, promote economic development and improve the overall quality of life throughout our community.

The Engineering Bureau on Facebook (MontclairSAFE) and you can follow us on Twitter @MontclairSAFE.

NOTICE FROM THE ENGINEERING BUREAU: Park Street Roadwork Update PDF Print E-mail

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

The contractor has informed the Township that work on Park Street will not begin until Monday, November 3.  As a reminder, work will begin in the section between Walnut Street and Claremont Avenue.

Many have asked about parking for workers and clients of businesses in this area. 

Gates Avenue, Prospect Terrace Roadwork Update: PDF Print E-mail

road work signMonday, October 27, 2014

Due to rain delays last week, Prospect Terrace paving work has been rescheduled for Friday, October 31. Gates Avenue paving work has been rescheduled for Thursday, October 30 and Friday, October 31.

As a reminder:

Resurfacing operations will begin at approximately 7:30 a.m. and street closings will take place at various times during paving operations.

Residents who need to use their vehicle(s) on this day must remove the vehicle(s) from driveways and park elsewhere by 7:00 a.m.

Township Plans Upgrades to Valley Rd & Church St Fountain PDF Print E-mail

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

The Engineering Bureau is completing plans for reconstructing the mini roundabout and fountain at the intersection of Valley Road and Church Street. Plans include replacing the pump and nozzle for the fountain which has been out of service since earlier this year.

The circle around the fountain will also see an upgrade with new curbing and a colored concrete surface to complement the brick fountain pool. Area improvements will include new curb along the storefronts and traffic calming bump-outs at Church Street and Trinity Place. Improvements will complement the recent upgrade to South Park Street as well as the new retail and residential development at Valley and Bloomfield Avenue.

"Drive with Care in Montclair" to Host Bike and Pedestrian Safety Meeting Oct 8 PDF Print E-mail

Pedestrian and bike safety strategic planning meeting to be held October 8.

Montclair's "Drive with Care in Montclair" campaign is focused on making streets safer, so all users of the road feel safe whether they are traveling by foot, bike, car, or other means. Sparked by an idea of Second Ward Councilor Robin Schlager, the campaign is funded by Partners for Health Foundation and administered through the Township Council's advisory committee on Pedestrian Safety. The Committee will hold a strategic planning meeting to solicit public feedback on Wednesday, October 8 at 7:00 p.m. at Fire Department Headquarters, 1 Pine Street.

Much of the threat to people walking and cycling safely comes from motorists’ speed. The faster a vehicle is traveling, the more likely crash injuries to a person on foot or bicycle will be serious, if not fatal.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration* when people walking or cycling are hit by a car:

Shared Lane Markings Have Arrived PDF Print E-mail

Sharrows Information for Bicyclists and Motorists

What is the shared lane marking?

The new shared lane marking helps bicyclists and motorists share the road safely. Shared lane markings help bicyclists decide where to ride in a lane and remind drivers to expect bicyclists on the toad. Under Tennessee law, all roads except expressways can be used by bicyclists – whether or not they have shared lane markings.

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