As work continues for the City Of Pittsfield's 2021 Street Improvement Project, please note that some major streets will be undergoing repairs starting tomorrow, August 20, and running throughout next week.

According to a media statement from the City of Pittsfield and the Mayor's Office, the schedule is as follows:

Friday, Aug. 20: paving top on Dalton Avenue.

Monday, Aug. 23: paving Valentine Road. Tuesday, Aug. 24: paving cut backs (side street cut-ins) on Dalton and paving top on Valentine.

Wednesday, Aug. 25 – Friday, Aug. 27: paving Huron, Dillon, and Dexter streets and Malcolm Avenue.

On-street parking is prohibited during this work between the hours of 6 a.m.-6 p.m. each day.

Please note the schedule is subject to change based on weather conditions. If your daily commute involves any of these streets, you may want to plan a different route to get to your destination or allow yourself some extra time.

The City of Pittsfield thanks you in advance for your patience during this time.

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