New Haven: Internal PLUS

Open Issues: 43 Closed Issues: 16 Acknowledged Issues: 16
  • SignsOpen
    Cold Spring St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - East Rock
    someone has posted advertising fir TV and internet all over town. these are a nuisance and I'm sure the owner doesn't have a plan to pick them up.
  • 635 Howard Ave New Haven, CT - New Haven - Ward 03
    This Person Has Old Use Weight Loss Signs Hanging From The Tree In Front Of Her Home.. It Is A Major EYE SORE From The Hanging On The Tree To The Fence.. It Makes The Street And The COMMUNITY Look So Bad, LIKE REALLY As Black Business Owner We Have To Do Better ,
  • 305 Grand Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Fair Haven

    Several pairs of sneakers on overhead wires. Please remove.

    Thanks TT&P!

  • 152 Newhall St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Newhallville
    Owner called in to report that a tree located behind his home on city property at 56 Hazel Street is leaning onto his property and looks like it will fall onto his garage. Please assist.
  • 28 Hazel St. New Haven, Connecticut - Hill
    Trees in city owned lot next to house were cut down, but stumps remain, and are starting to regrow and send vines up the side of the house. Stumps need to be removed, as they are on the fence line.
  • 1 Ivy St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Newhallville
    Empty Lot at Ivy and Winchester needs to be trimmed and mowed.
  • 694 Woodward Ave New Haven, CT 06512, USA - Annex
    apartment complex owners are renting out illegal basement apartment. there's water and black mold issues that landlord neglects to disclose to perspective tenants. there is only one entrance to the illegal apartment. there are no egress windows in bedrooms, if there's a fire there's only one exit in front of apartment. also apartment complex is not handicapped compliant or accessible. deck stairs are too steep and not to code. there are a few handicapped individuals here and have brought this to landlord's attention and he outright refuses to fix any problems. landlord will not allow handicapped tenants to install safety bars in bathrooms. landlord will not even provide handicapped parking spaces.
    housing inspectors need to come and inspect all apartments for health and code violations, there are many in both complexes.
  • 480 Ferry Street New Haven, Connecticut - Hill
    Bed bugs at Ruoppolo Manor and housing authority is not helping.
  • 169 Weybosset Street New Haven, Connecticut - Quinnipiac
    169 Weybosset Street is infested with roaches. One of the residents living in the household is a minor female.
  • Fair Haven New Haven, CT, USA - Mill River

    Along the East bank of the Mill River between State Street and Humphrey Street along the Western property line of the old CT Transit site lies a great trail opportunity with little upfront cost to tax-payers.

    Readying this connection for a trail will pave the way for recreational access between East Rock Park and Grand Avenue.

    We have spoken with City Plan and City Engineering and it appears that this is a reasonable request and use for the river shores.

    We have also spoken to State Representative Roland Lemar who supports the project and believes that with interest from resident's demonstrated we can get a trail funded here.

    If you would use this area recreationally or would like to see this trail created please vote up this issue and share it with neighbors. As organizers we would like to see that there is real interest(50 or more votes might convince us :) from the community before we organize to push the issue to the State.

    If you have thoughts in support or opposition please add them in the comments!

    Let's make the Mill River something New Haven can be proud of again.

  • 779 Edgewood Ave New Haven, CT 06515, USA - Westville
    Here's a hypothetical proposal using StreetMix: Vote it up if you want a cycle track here and want to stay updated.
  • 383-501 State Street New Haven, CT - Downtown
    City Officials in New Haven are resistant to consider this great route for a cycling path because they are concerned that Amtrak will not grant and easement. Given past experience that is understandable but maybe citizens could help work the problem. Does anybody have contacts at Amtrak so that residents could start a conversation with them about using this easement? It would be really sad to let past bureaucratic relationships get in the way of this great solution.