Half Million Infrastructure Project Scheduled for Cherry Hill

VOORHEES, NJ – New Jersey American Water is investing $525,000 in replacing 3,220 feet of 6-and 8-inch iron water mains from the 1960s on three different streets in Cherry Hill, NJ. When the project is finished, it should improve water service reliability and increase water flows for both household use and firefighting.
The project should be completed by the end of September, with final paving being completed this fall by The Township of Cherry Hill. The water main improvements are part of New Jersey American Water’s multi-million dollar program to accelerate the renewal of water infrastructure that is reaching the end of its useful life in more than 100 communities across the state.
The following streets are involved in this project:
Charleston Rd. (from Charleston Rd to Covered Bridge Rd.)
Horse Shoe Court (from Charleston Rd to end)
Clover Ave (from Charleston Rd. to end)
New Jersey American Water asks that pedestrians and drivers take caution in the vicinity of these work sites.