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BRIDGEPORT, CT – With the comeback of spring, the City of Bridgeport Department of Public Facilities will be working on clearing roadways and addressing potholes throughout Bridgeport during the next few weeks.

In addition to repairing and filling potholes, Public Facilities crews will be conducting cleanups in every district of the city that include street-sweeping and illegal dumping pickup.

The City of Bridgeport is asking residents to do their part to keep their neighborhood clean by:
• Picking up nearby litter
• Utilizing the City’s free Transfer Station
• Participating in the City’s Bulk Pickup Program
• Ensuring your trash and recycle bins are not overflowing
• Keep a litter bag in your car to dispose of litter properly

Mayor Ganim stated, “We’ve been making plenty of necessary steps to keep the City of Bridgeport a clean and safe space for our residents. With the initiative to fill potholes throughout the City, my hope is that our roads are set for smooth traveling during the seasons that our residents enjoy being on the road the most.”

The City of Bridgeport Department of Public Facilities responds to approximately 1000 pothole patching service requests per year. Mayor Ganim reminds residents that the Bridgeport Department of Public Facilities relies on the community to help identify areas in need. Bridgeport residents can report potholes to the Operations Division at 203-576-7124 from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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Announcements, Traffic and Roads

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