Blizzard Conditions Stalled Cleaning Efforts; Concerns That Overnight Low Temparatures Will Cause Further Delays
(February 9, 2013) – Mayor Pedro E. Segarra has requested additional plows and assistance from the State of Connecticut to clear city streets. The City of Hartford has 44 plows and additional heavy equipment to remove snow off the roads. Poor visibility and heavy per-hour snow fall forced plow operations to temporarily cease overnight.
Blizzard Conditions Force Plow Efforts To Temporarily Cease Overnight
(February 9, 2013) – Overnight Mayor Pedro E. Segarra issued a warning to residents to stay clear of the roads to allow for proper clean-up. High winds, pour visibility and heavy per-hour snow fall forced plow operations to temporarily cease overnight. The City will double its efforts to clear major arteries at 7am.
(February 7, 2013) –Mayor Pedro E. Segarra today announced that the following preparations are actively underway for Winter Storm “Nemo” expected to hit Hartford tomorrow afternoon.
(January 30, 2013) – Over the next several days, Mayor Pedro E. Segarra will be joined by representatives of the Urban Land Institute, planners and urban design specialists from across the country and officials from the cities of Tacoma (WA), Louisville (KY) and Austin (TX) to inspect and tour the Albany Avenue corridor