Bridgeport Citizen Service
Residents Can Email Or Call To
Report Problems Or Obtain City Information
Bridgeport residents can
log on to submit service requests or report a
problem using the new QAlert technology or call
via the City of Bridgeport’s CitiStat phone.
The City of Bridgeport has
begun using QAlert, a citizen request management
software system that allows residents to contact
the City by email to submit a service request or
report a problem, such as report a pothole,
missed garbage, streetlight out, abandoned
vehicle or request a recycling bin. You can
access this email system
here on the City’s web site.
Or if you prefer you can phone weekdays 8:30 am
- 5:00 pm at 203-576-1311.
All service requests and
general information by phone or internet from
citizens go into the QAlert system, which routes
it to the appropriate department for follow-up
and execution. Citizens can request
an e-mail of phone call notification once the
request is made.
Residents also can access a
City of Bridgeport Knowledge Database,
where they can search for answers to commonly
asked questions such as office hours, phone
numbers, permit and licensing fees, where to pay
a traffic ticket, how to obtain a birth
certificate, or how to apply to become a Notary