Streets Maintenance & Snow Removal
The Street Maintenance Division of the Public Works Department is accountable for the repair and maintenance of city maintained streets and the majority of its facilities. The City of Bristol has 225 miles of roads, 175 miles of storm drain, 6500 catch basins, and 25 bridges. The Street Maintenance Division is responsible for a wide range of activities including maintenance and repair of storm water assets, pavement, bridges, roadside landscapes, street sweeping, and snow and ice control.
The division focuses on citizen safety through the management of storm water control, catch basins, bridges, street and public notice signs, pavement, sidewalks, and snow and ice control.
The Streets Division also plays a role in beautification by street sweeping and managing landscaping in public rights-of-way and city facilities. The division also performs building maintenance and construction of small buildings.
The Street Maintenance Division of Public Works strives for a high quality and efficient level of service for the citizens of Bristol. Our strategies include exploring new technologies, implementing efficient procedures, and proactively addressing residents’ concerns. The division is dedicated to managing expenses and presenting a positive public image.
Catch Basins/Storm Drains: The Streets division maintains catch basins on City streets. Call our admin office (860-584-6125) or report a catch basin issue online if a catch basin is not functioning, clogged, or the cover, hood, or grate is off or missing.
Potholes: The Streets division fills potholes on City-owned streets. Report a pothole online.
Street Sweeping: Street sweeping is done each year in the Spring, from April to June.
Curb Damage: Report curb damage online.
Street Name Signs: Report damaged or missing street name signs online.
State Roads: The State Department of Transportation (DOT) is responsible for all State roads (Route 6, Route 72, Route 69, and Route 229) within the City of Bristol. To report any issues with State roads, you can call the State at 860-594-2084, or you can fill out their online submission form here.
Craig Kasparian, Streets Superintendent
Frank Nicastro Jr., Project Coordinator