FAIRFIELD, Conn. – All Fairfield through-roads are now passable and the town expects to have them fully cleared by the end of the day Tuesday, according to a message from First Selectman Michael Tetreau Monday afternoon.
Public Works Department crews had cleared at least a single lane on every street in Fairfield as of noon Monday, Tetreau said. The town is now working on clearing both lanes for traffic and cleaning out cul-de-sac turnarounds. Road crews expect to have 60 percent of that work done by the end of the day, and all of it done by the end of the day Tuesday.
“Please be ready that as we clear a second lane on roadways driveways may again be snowed in,” Tetreau said.
Schools are closed through Tuesday, but the town hopes to be able to reopen them Wednesday morning. “We are still concerned about whether sidewalks will be cleared and also whether there will be cleared spaces for bus stops for students,” Tetreau added.
The town’s storm call center is open until 5 p.m. Monday. Residents can make non-emergency calls for assistance or information to 203-254-4899.
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