6 State Street Ansonia, ConnecticutTerrible job by the construction boys.Left a ridge that can cut a tire.They need to go back at once and dump a lot more tar on it.As a matter of fact maybe hire a different outfit all together as these boys are making nasty comments on passers by..We can do so much better.
Woodbridge Ave Ansonia, ConnecticutI was so glad to see the city put up the no parking signs but carsa re still there and in the winter its hard to pass without getting run off the road, there s one side where they cant park between signs and there are always cars there, this is dangerous as is the intersection at the bottom with north state and woodbridge
28 Platt Street Ansonia, Connecticut
I know Ansonia supposed to have an app for reporting this but I can’t find it and I’m sure someone here has an answer. It seems someone has installed incorrect signs on Platt Street.
It’s always been clear that Platt becomes a one way street traveling DOWN when you reach Columbia and you must turn left. There are two “ONE WAY” signs for that traffic and works great for a long time as the curve from Platt to Vine is far too dangerous for two way traffic.
However, a few weeks ago these odd “One Way” signs appear stuck to the back of the current ones telling traffic coming UP from Vine onto Platt that the street ahead (past the firehouse) was one way and they also MUST turn down Columbia.
As you can see Platt is two way past this point and traffic coming up has never been required to turn right down Columbia. It’s a two-way street ahead and there is no reason it can’t proceed forward towards the Police Station.
I am lost as to why these signs were installed as the road is two way not way anything said to residents so (understandably) traffic coming up Platt is ignoring them as they are only on the opposite side of the road from where the traffic is coming.
I can’t imagine the city bought and installed one-way signs here by mistake but there is no reason for them. Going down yes, going up…. No.
Woodbridge Ave Ansonia, Connecticuta year ago the city changed one side to no parking where the curve in the road is, this made a big difference but now there are 2-3 cars that are always parked in the no parking section which makes everyone swing out and it is dangerous in that section, what is the point of no parking signs if they are not enforced, right now there is a speed limit police tracker and the cars are still parking there , what will it take to get these cars off woodbridge, its a bad area to drive and everyone has driveways
Ansonia 31 Hill Street Ansonia, Connecticut2 signs in front of #31 ; one reads speed limit 25 mph second reads speed limit strictly enforced. My question to mayor is who is the enforcer ? Because it is NOT the police dept.· Reported by Ansonia 31 Hill Street · Flag Flagged
27 Platt St Ansonia, CT 06401, USA
At this point on Platt Street, where it becomes one way the sidewalk on the right side of the street comes to an abrupt end at a driveway. There is no signage alerting pedestrians that the sidewalk is about to end or that they must cross the street to continue on the opposite sideway for safety.
Therefore, they begin to walk down the middle of Platt Street headed towards Vine downhill and headed for a very sharp blind curve where cars heading the other direction normally speed and it's a matter of time until someone in the road (which should have crossed to the other side where the sidewalk exists) is run down and killed. This neighborhood is full of small children who skateboarding, walk or bike in the wrong direction down the one-way section of the street and cannot see an oncoming car anymore than the oncoming car can see them. Before impeding tragedy what can the city do?
While decades-old the street design wasn't the wisest thing someone to come up with.
16-26 North Division Street Ansonia, Connecticut
Hi, I know the town crew is very busy and there is lots of do. However, in recent weeks myself and others have begun using the river walk more again. As we know, the Shelton side has limited "official" parking as does Ansonia. I believe three spots and one is handicapped.
That said, the older "commuter lot" (not sure what to call it because it predates the river walk and had to have been build for a reason) is now becoming Ansonia river walk parking. There are often a half dozen cars there on nice days. They simply park there where the other lots are full and walk over.
It's great this is available but it seems to not be on the "radar" as far as being maintained and cleaned. As this photo shows there is a lot of trash piling up around the edges and in the lot itself. The lot could use some sprucing up due to use and location but I'm not asking that.
Since this lot has no real other purpose now but to be overflow river walk parking can be be checked and cleaned weekly during Spring - Fall? Yes, it could use a few trees and some repaving but all I ask is clean up. Even if you don't have to park there everyone on the river walk looks over and see trash all over this lot and grass. I'm sure this was just overlooked. Thanks!