IMPORTANT TRAFFIC NOTICE UPDATE – Quakerbridge Rd

A gas-leak issue in the area of Quakerbridge Rd has resulted in a road CLOSURE and detours until further notice.

Repair efforts will continue well into this evening (Wednesday, November 14, 2018) and motorists should attempt to avoid this area if possible.

Traffic is currently being detoured in the following manner:

Quakerbridge Rd South Bound Traffic:  Vehicles Taking Nami Ln to Thomas J Rhodes Dr to Quakerbridge Plaza Dr back to Quakerbridge Rd
 
Quakerbridge Rd North Bound Traffic: Vehicles Taking Flock Rd to Edinburg Rd to Hughes Dr. (and eventually back to Quakerbridge Rd) 

PSE&G continues to be on site and responding to this issue.

Further updates will be posted when available.

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5/9/2018 - Mayor Yaede Wants Residents to Get Interactive with Town’s Neighborhood Improvement Program through SmartPhone App

Mayor Yaede Wants Residents to Get Interactive with Town’s
Neighborhood Improvement Program through SmartPhone App

Keeping our community safe and clean is just a smartphone swipe away; and Hamilton’s Mayor wants your help!

As part of the kick-off to this year’s Neighborhood Improvement Program – the proactive effort where Township officials work cooperatively with residents in identifying various safety and quality of life issues across the community, Mayor Kelly Yaede is urging Hamiltonians to download and use the town’s HamStat smartphone app to report any matters that may need to be addressed.

“From the convenience of a smart phone, our HamStat app allows residents to take a picture, attach it to a service request that they can easily issue through the app and the appropriate Township officials will take care of the rest,” says Mayor Yaede.  “Our goal always is to see any issue be voluntarily corrected so our community can remain safe and clean.”

Ø  Program Successes

Mayor Yaede noted that property owners with any present issues are always provided a preliminary notice informing them of a matter that must be addressed, as well as a period of time in which it must be corrected.  Over recent years, the program has enjoyed a nearly 70 percent rate of success thanks to the preliminary notice and – typically – the majority of the remaining issues involve property structural issues that may take longer periods to rectify.  

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 grass).

Similar to past efforts, the Township will continue to publicize neighborhoods where officials will be present beforehand so that residents can proactively address any issues they are already aware of; however, reports issued through the town’s smartphone app or calls to the HamStat Call Center will assist officials in follow-up efforts.

Ø  Financial Assistance    

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.

Ø  How to Get the HamStat App of Your Phone

  • Android phones access through the Google play store

  • iPhones access through the app store

  • In the app store type in the search bar  type“HamStat”

  • Install the “HamStat” app onto your mobile phone

  • Next you will be asked  to login or register

  • If you have previously used the app you must login and enter your email address and password information

  • If you are a new user click the register button

  • To register enter your first name, last name, email address, and a password

  • In the search bar located at the top of the app, add an issue location (specific address) 

  • Press the continue button

  • Select  a request type from the drop down

  • *** NOTE:  For issues involving this program, select the request type “Neighborhood Improvement Program” 

  • Enter your comments

  • Choose the option to take a picture or upload one from your mobile phone library 

  • Press send report

  • A message will appear that says “issue has been reported” 

  • Your issued will be located under pending submissions

  • Located on the top right hand corner of the app you will find a refresh symbol, Hamilton Township news symbol, and an addition symbol, to create a new issue