Stratford has closed town offices and suspended trash collection as around-the-clock snow removal efforts continue.
Marc Dillon, chief of staff for Mayor John A. Harkins, cited “significant progress made on main streets and arteries over the last 24 hours.”
Public Works crew will continue to focus on secondary roads 24/7 until all roads have been cleared.
“Crews and contractors are working very hard to get the roads clear, if possible, please stay off the roads so they can do their jobs,” according to a statement from Town Hall. “If you must go out, use extreme caution.”
Stratford schools and municipal buildings will be closed on Monday, Feb. 11 and Tuesday, Feb. 12.
Garbage pickup is suspended until Wednesday, Feb. 13.
Residents should call 911 for emergencies, and 203-380-6757 for storm-related inquiries.
If Metro North is running on Monday, there are a limited number of parking spaces available due to the snowfall.
If there’s a fire hydrant near you, town officials ask that residents to help dig it out.
Residents are asked to not push snow into the street once your road is clear.
Please take a moment and check on neighbors, especially if they are elderly or have special needs.