The City of Pittsfield's seeming slow-moving Street Improvement Project continues all this week with more improvements to not only beautify but to make the city's roads more drivable as we prepare to move into the winter months.

The project schedule this week runs through Friday...

The schedule this week is as follows:

  • Monday, Nov. 1: Raising structures on Yarmouth Street and Anita Drive; berm on Lucille Street and Paul Avenue; also on Paul, patch pipe crossing.
  • Tuesday, Nov. 2: Raising structures on Yarmouth Street and Anita Drive; pave Cliff and Curtain avenues, and Maloney Street.
  • Wednesday, Nov. 3: Raising structures on Yarmouth Street and Anita Drive; pave Lucille and Hawk streets, and Paul Avenue.
  • Thursday, Nov. 4: Pave Yarmouth Street and Anita Drive (weather permitting).
  • Friday, Nov. 5: Rain date to accommodate scheduled work potentially impacted by Thursday’s expected inclement weather.
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According to a press release from the city, which included this schedule, on-street parking will not be prohibited between the hours of 6 am and 6 pm each day. The schedule is subject to change based on weather conditions.

Dawes Avenue bridge work today too...

Repairs are also being conducted today to replace a leaking water gate on the west side of the Dawes Avenue bridge. In order to isolate the leak, crews are shutting six gates on Howard Street, one on Appleton Avenue, one on Deming Street, and one on the east side of the bridge. Water service will be unavailable on Dwight Street for much of the day, and there may also be the presence of discolored water in the surrounding vicinity. 


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