Hey, it must be Friday! The City of Pittsfield and the Mayor's Office have once again released another road work schedule for next week to kindly let us motorists know what spots to try and avoid.

The City of Pittsfield's 2021 Street Improvement Project rolls on and, with the exception of Labor Day Monday, road improvements will take place on certain streets throughout Pittsfield for the rest of next week.

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The schedule is as follows:

  • Tuesday, Sept. 7: berm installation on Oxford and Dillon streets.
  • Wednesday, Sept. 8: berm installation on Malcolm Avenue; berm removal on High and Plumb streets.
  • Thursday, Sept. 9: milling on High, Gordon, Deming, and Andover streets.
  • Friday, Sept. 10: milling on Curtin and Paul avenues and Maloney, Lucille, and Hawk streets.

Also, if time permits, milling may occur on Yarmouth and Plumb streets and Anita Drive on Thursday or Friday. Once it becomes available, an update will be shared.

You know the routine by now. If any of the streets being worked on is part of your daily commute, make sure you map out an alternate route to get to your destination. Or, leave your starting point a little earlier to allow for traffic and time delays.

Don't run the risk of your vehicle being towed at your expense. Remember there is no on-street parking during the road work between the hours of 6 a.m.-6 p.m. each day. And of course, the schedule is subject to change based on weather conditions.

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

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