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  • 2875 Dixwell Ave Hamden, Connecticut, 06518 - Hamden_Feature 001
    Green slide has come off of its base
  • 06517 Hamden, CT, USA - Spring Glen
    The new swings are amazing but they really need to be oiled!
  • Farmington Canal Heritage Trl Town of Hamden, CT, 06517, USA - Hamden
    Extremely bumpy/unsmooth
  • 524 Brooksvale Ave Hamden, Connecticut, 06518 - Cheshire
    The sign at the large parking lot for Brooksvale Park needs to have the letters painted white. It is difficult to read the way it is.
  • 06518 Town of Hamden, CT, USA - Hamden_Feature 001
    pot holes all
    over Josh's f jungle at Miller Library
  • 290–308 Main St Hamden CT 06514, United States - Hamden
    Lake Wintergreen porta potty needs attention, graffiti and broken lock
  • 120 Treadwell St Hamden CT 06517, United States - Hamden
    The gate at the entrance of De Nicola park is broken.
  • 120 Treadwell St Hamden CT 06517, United States - Hamden
    The new donkey rocker has a loose handle. People keep putting the bolt back in, but it has been completely detached
  • 60 Wadsworth St Hamden CT 06517, United States - Hamden
    What time do the lights turn on at Villano park on the tennis courts and the basketball courts?
  • 116 Brook St Hamden CT 06514, United States - Hamden
    Is it possible to put a garbage can at the opening of Pine Rock Park on Brook street There is always garbage there Thanks
  • 15 Gilbert Avenue Hamden, CT - Hamden
    I would like to have the tree in front of 15 Gilbert Ave inspected. The fire department put a caution tape on it during one of the recent storms, but I don't think anyone has followed up on it. I have requested to have this tree trimmed or (removed if needed) previously. It has lost several more branches since that time, and it could be hazardous to passersby,or drivers .
  • 415 Brooksvale Avenue Hamden, CT - Hamden

    Emailed on Tue 8/7/2018 3:03 PM

    We use the linear trail quite a bit and find that there's a blind spot where the trail crosses Brooksvale Avenue in Hamden, on the north side of the crossing. Is it possible to have the trees/brush cut back from the road to improve visibility? We're worried someone may get mowed down.