The City of Pittsfield has a busy week ahead in terms of road work, as the Street Improvement Project continues with work being conducted every day this week. Milling and paving work is being conducted at various locations around the city Monday through Friday between the hours of 6:00 AM and 6:00 PM each day.  

Here is the complete schedule for the week for the City of Pittsfield’s 2021 Street Improvement Project: 

On Monday, Sept. 13th - milling work is being conducted on Hawk and Plumb streets and Anita Drive. Berm removal is taking place on High Street.  

On Tuesday, Sept. 14th - berm removal is scheduled to take place on High Street; there will be paving on Hawk, Lucille, and Maloney streets, as well as on Paul and Curtain avenues.  

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On Wednesday, Sept. 15 - paving work is being conducted on Anita Drive as well as on Plumb, Andover, and High streets. 

On Thursday, Sept. 16th - has been scheduled for Deming, Gordon, and Oxford streets as well as on Brenton Terrace.  

On Friday, Sept. 17 - paving work is scheduled for Hawthorne and Malcolm avenues, Dillon and Dexter streets, and also on Cadwell Road. 

Pittsfield officials say that on-street parking will be prohibited during the times that the work has been scheduled to occur, between the hours of 6 am 6 pm each day. The schedule is also subject to change depending upon weather conditions.  

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