How to report street safety issues to the Stamford Department of Transportation (DOT)
The Fix It Stamford website allows you to file complaints and flag issues to the city. For issues such as frequent speeding, unsafe intersections, missing crosswalks, missing bike lanes, and other safety concerns, select "Traffic, Signs & Signals" then "Traffic Investigations" followed by your concern.
General City Resources
Make Your Voice Heard
Report any type of complaint to Fix It Stamford
Find your representatives from the City's Board of Representatives (learn more) and contact them about concerns or upcoming agenda items
Find your State and U.S. representatives and contact them about concerns or upcoming legislative items
Participate in public hearings or comment sessions for Board of Representatives, Board of Education, Board of Finance or various appointed boards/commissions.
Connect with the Stamford Democratic City Committee or Republican Town Committee for an opportunity to volunteer, serve on an appointed or run for an elected board/commission.
Join your local Neighborhood Association or if your neighborhood doesn't have one, start your own!
Learn about candidates for upcoming elections
Safe Streets Resources
Planning Board, Master Plan & Master Plan Map (layer within Zoning Map)
Stamford Major Transportation Project Map
Aug 20, 2019: There’s a map for that: Stamford unveils transportation database (Stamford Advocate)
"Stamford’s Transportation, Traffic & Parking Department recently unveiled an interactive map of the city that’s dotted with icons, each one with information on the type of work being done, the price tag, who’s in charge of the project, and the timeline."