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"Hot Box" to Repair Stamford's Potholes

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Residents Encouraged to Report Potholes

Pothole week begins today

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Stamford, CT | Added on March 23, 2015 At 09:59 PM

Spring is here, and while many may be happy for the warmer weather, it comes with an unwelcome annoyance. After a harsh winter with record low temperatures and more than enough snow, potholes have sprung up throughout the City. So for a second year, Mayor David Martin is launching Stamford’s Pothole Week.

From March 23 to March 31, residents are encouraged to report potholes to the City, so crews can repair them as quickly as possible. Residents can report potholes using the MyStamford Smartphone app. They can also report potholes on the City’s website at stamfordct.gov, or by calling Citizens Service at 203-977-4140. 

 


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