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Community Discussion: Has Your Street Been Plowed?

Milford has over 1,100 roads. Here is a preliminary list of roads in Milford that have not yet been plowed and/or are not passable safely.

Below is a preliminary list based on Milford Patch user comments of roads in Milford that have not yet been plowed and/or are not passable as of Monday, Feb. 11 @ 4 p.m. Please add to list in the comments section and let us know if your street has been plowed and/or is passable.

Plowed/passable roads:

One Milford resident notes: "Even main roads aren't in the best shape. Watch out for the huge pot holes that have sprung up." Here's a preliminary list, though:

  • New Haven Avenue
  • Boston Road Post - Route 1 ("Loses a lane at times and the puddles are large and dangerous.")
  • Bridgeport Avenue
  • Buckingham Avenue

Unplowed/unpassable roads:

  • Pomona Avenue
  • Corby Road
  • Nells Road
  • Old Country Lane
  • Settlers Ridge Road
  • Caroline Drive
  • Saranac Road
  • Ellis Street 
  • All of Settlers Ridge Development 
  • Welles Drive
  • Seaside Court 
  • Beechwood Avenue
  • Robbie Circle
  • East Avenue
  • The Entire BayView Area
  • Benneville Road
  • Beaverbrook Road 
  • Bernadine Road 
  • Deer Run Trail
  • Wepawaug Drive
  • Walnut Avenue 
  • Wildwood Avenue
  • Stovell Street
  • Andrews Avenue
  • Stagecoach Circle
  • Botsford Avenue 
  • Wood Avenue 
  • High Street
  • Joanne Drive
  • Shell Avenue
  • Wheeler Avenue
  • West River Street
  • Robert Dennis Drive 
  • Woodside Terrace
  • Casco Street
  • Solomon Hill Road
  • Cornfield Road
  • Baldwin Road
  • John Street
  • Farview Avenue
  • Eastern Parkway
  • Bradbury Street 
  • Housatonic Drive
  • High Plains Terrace
  • Mohawk Circle 
  • Deerfield Avenue
  • Revere Place
  • Julia Court
  • Jennifer Lane
  • William Street
  • Arlmont Street
Jesse February 12, 2013 at 02:48 PM
about 2:30 am four trucks and payloaders came by and did a good job of cleaning up chatham ave. Thanks
Carolyn Rohrig February 12, 2013 at 10:14 PM
River Highlands Dr path made by residents. No plow has come as of Tuesday 5pm.
Concerned Parent February 12, 2013 at 11:53 PM
It's mind boggling that our town is in this condition. My question is why did we NOT see any plows on the road during and after the storm...I understand the snow was coming down quickly. However, what was the plan?...Sit and wait for it to stop, then plow...Well we all know where that has gotten us. Over 3ft of snow that can only be removed by bucket loaders.
Brad February 12, 2013 at 11:56 PM
There was no plan Ed. Plenty of other towns were back to business as usual on Saturday because they plowed throughout the entire storm. As soon as they stopped I knew this would. No plan and no priorities. Shameful
Brad February 12, 2013 at 11:57 PM
I had to wait 80 hours for a plow. Pathetic

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