Freeholders Sauerland and Muller in front of the historic Green Sergeants Covered Bridge, located just off of Route 604 in Sergeantsville, Delaware Township, NJ

Green Sergeants Covered Bridge
Delaware Township, Hunterdon County

Opened on Friday, July 18, 2003

Green Sergeant Covered Bridge (County Bridge D-304), constructed in 1750, the only remaining public access covered bridge in New Jersey was closed to traffic on April 14, 2003. The bridge was re-opened to the public on Friday, July 18, 2003. On Tuesday, July 22, 2003 the Freeholders Paul Sauerland and George Muller and several Administrative Staff members, including County Administrator Cynthia Yard and Director of Roads, Bridges and Engineering John Glynn; visited the historic bridge to admire the work that had been completed.

Due to recent weather conditions, the bridge has yet to be painted, therefore, there may be some delay in traffic over the next couple of weeks while this work is being completed by ATM Traffic Systems, LLC who is the contractor for the reconstruction project. 

The reconstruction project consisted of:

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Green Sergeants Covered Bridge prior to the Reconstruction Project - click for larger view
Covered Bridge prior to Reconstruction
Green Sergeants Covered Bridge Sign Green Sergeants Covered Bridge after construction
Covered Bridge after Reconstruction

Creek that runs under the Bridge

Freeholder Muller
Photos courtesy of the Hunterdon County Engineering Department