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Regular Maintenance & Repairs

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Emergency Repairs

Safety Hazards

Safety issues are everyone’s responsibility. If you see anything that poses a risk to health and safety, you have an obligation to report it to the project manager or maintenance staff. Residents are reminded that the PCC staff cannot always see all safety risks, especially inside residents’ apartments.

Smoke detectors and GFI outlets must be operational.

Wires, especially from cable installations, are potential tripping hazards and should not clutter passageways, or hang low enough to be a potential choking hazard for young children.

Furniture or large objects should not block exits and windows. Doors and windows must be operational at all times. In the event of an emergency requiring an evacuation of the premises, all doors and low floor windows may be needed on escape routes.

Stoves should be properly connected and not emit a smell of gas. The burners should be cleared of grease and debris.

Emergency pull cords, in senior/disabled buildings, should be functional. If maintenance has not tested the equipment in the past 12 months, please contact your maintenance staff to request a test. These cords should not be shortened; they must be a maximum of 18” from the floor.

 

If any of these conditions exist, please call the work order number:
(203) 337-8821

Fire Safety

Fire Safety Video (English)

The Housing Authority of the City of Bridgeport Fire Safety

Fire Safety Video (Spanish)

The Housing Authority of the City of Bridgeport Fire Safety

High Rise Fire Safety (Spanish)

The Housing Authority of the City of Bridgeport Fire Safety

Mid Rise Fire Safety (English)

The Housing Authority of the City of Bridgeport Fire Safety

Row Homes Fire Safety (English)

The Housing Authority of the City of Bridgeport Fire Safety

Row Homes Fire Safety (Spanish)

The Housing Authority of the City of Bridgeport Fire Safety

Conserve Electricity

Energy costs have increased, but we can do something about it. Recently PCC implemented a massive Energy Conservation Initiative to cut energy costs throughout our developments. The initiative includes window caulking, new light fixtures, energy efficient refrigerators, as well as new roofs and boilers.

PCC's ability to pay for these improvements depends on each and every person making efforts to conserve energy.

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UI Helps

If you are a fixed to low income esidential customer of UI, the UI Helps Program can provide energy-saving products and services for your home, at no cost.

(877) WISE-USE