Pittsfield Highway Department to Address Pothole Complaints

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Department of Public Works will handle all pothole complaints throughout the city and systematically fill them in.

The department is working "safely and as quickly" as possible. The DPU's Highway Department, which receives hundreds of calls per week this time of year, will document all cases and handle the worst ones first -- the "wheel breaker" pot holes, which are deeper than four inches. Main roads will also be addressed first.

After the wheel breakers are filled, the Highway Department will fill in the rest.

Any resident that would like to report a pothole can do so on the city's website, cityofpittsfield.org, or call the Highway Department at 413-499-9314.

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