Neighborhood Improvement Program Continues in Late-June
Nottingham Way/Hamilton Avenue Neighborhood is Next Area for Ongoing
As part of Mayor Kelly Yaede’s efforts to maintain Hamilton’s
high quality of life, the community’s ‘Neighborhood Improvement Program’ will
continue in late-June.
Starting on June 19th, the program will continue
in a neighborhood in between Nottingham Way and Hamilton Avenue (including Madison Ave, Meade Ave, Monument
Ave, as well as a portions of Birkshire Rd and Hamilton Ave). As the program continues, different
neighborhoods will be randomly selected and will be publicly announced.
The effort is a proactive and cooperative way for officials
to work with residents, identify various issues that impact citizens’ safety or
quality of life and to ultimately keep Hamilton looking its best.
Some common problems that the program seeks to correct are
housing safety issues (needed roof, window or structural issues), as well as
zoning and health-related violations (vehicles parked on the grass, abandoned
or unregistered vehicles, junk, rubbish and debris on properties or high
As a reminder, residents
who meet certain federal income criteria may be eligible for assistance in
correcting certain issues thanks to Hamilton’s Housing Rehabilitation Program.
To find out more on that program, residents can visit HamiltonNJ.com/HUD or call 609.890.3675.
Hamilton’s Neighborhood Improvement Program is a
collaborative effort with officials from Hamilton’s Health Division, Housing
and Code Enforcement Division, Hamilton’s Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Office and the Hamilton Township Police Division Community Policing Unit.