The City of Pittsfield's Street Improvement Project has been an ongoing project and will continue next week on Tuesday with the work schedule continuing through Friday.

The Office of Pittsfield Mayor Linda Tyer sent out the latest schedule today. Here is what is coming up for the week ahead, Oct. 12th through the 15th as part of the City of Pittsfield’s 2021 Street Improvement Project.

The schedule is as follows:

On Tuesday, Oct. 12th, Crews will be putting down pave top on driveway aprons on Dillon and Dexter streets. Residents are reminded that they shouldn't park in driveways if they need to get out, as the top course needs time to set and cool.

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On Wednesday, Oct. 13th, the excavation of aprons is being conducted on Buel Street.

On Thursday, Oct. 14th, the excavation of the remaining sidewalks on Hawthorne Avenue is being done.

On Friday, Oct. 15th, crews will repave the sidewalks on Hawthorne Avenue.

Residents are reminded that on-street parking is prohibited during this work between the hours of 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. each day. As a reminder, for the work occurring on Tuesday, residents whose aprons will be replaced and who will need to access their vehicles should park on adjacent streets to Dillon and Dexter.

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