New Haven: Internal PLUS

Open Issues: 13 Temas cerrados: 265 Temas Reconocidos: 73
  • Illegal DumpingReconocido
    317-361 Chapel St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Mill River
    There is a stripped and abandoned red mini-cooper (no plates) on the side of Chapel St. between East St. & the Chapel St Bridge. It is blocking the sidewalk and goes into the street, blocking bike traffic.
  • Illegal DumpingReconocido
    223 Fairfield St New Haven, Connecticut, 06515 - Amity
    Abandoned vehicle - no plates
    Stationary unmoved 5+ days
  • 444-600 Woodward Ave New Haven, CT, 06512, USA - Annex
    I would like to put in a request for speed bumps or a traffic speed sign. Cars are always speeding in this area. Our neighbors have had two of their cars hit while being parked on the street in the last month and a third car was hit by the annex hall.
  • Paving RequestReconocido
    Osborn Avenue New Haven, CT - Beaver Hills
    When the City of New Haven makes up the list of roads to be paved in the Spring, Osborn Avenue from Goffe to Dyer Street and Glenn Road from Osborn to Boulevard need to be on this list. They haven't been paved in over 40 years!!!!!
  • 125 Foxon Blvd New Haven, CT 06513, USA - Quinnipiac
    Can something please be done about the car racing and hundreds of cars and people that line Rt 80 every Friday and Saturday nights infront of McDonalds and Walmart. It is very unsafe and I hate having to drive through this on my way home from work.
  • Parks RequestReconocido
    2 Clifton St New Haven, CT, 06513, USA - Fair Haven Heights
    The Quinnipiac Clifton St Canoe Ramp needs to be repaired, please. Missing quite a few brick pavers, and maybe new railing and fencing. Thank you
  • 36 Foxon Street New Haven, Connecticut - Fair Haven Heights
    Live near Bella Vista and have several elderly folks walking or on scooters and/or wheelchairs using the street instead of sidewalk because their damaged and unsafe. Curbs had been started when a section of the street was closed off, but rather than finishing the street it stopped about 25 to 50 feet after a previous alder lady's house...why not finish the whole street (about a blocks distance). We take pride on our street while enhancing our front yards. Once the curb is completed I believe it will make a huge difference on our home's appearance and value.
  • 261 College St New Haven, CT 06510, USA - Town_Green

    So what's the deal with College Street between Chapel and Crown? The bike lane is useless because it's either filled with double parked cars or dangerous because of cars entering and exiting the illegal parking spots on the west side. Get rid of the flex posts, replace them with permanent barriers, and make it a wide two-way cycletrack removing the parking on the west side so it's actually safe for all users.

    NHPA isn't even getting any parking fees from the meters on the west side, and many of the meters are missing from the east side.

  • 85 Vista Ter New Haven, CT, 06515, USA - Westville
    Cracked sidewalk/curb - asphalt patches from years ago are lifted by growing roots along the street, lots of elderly and joggers and strollers passing and very unsafe,
  • 999 Forest Rd New Haven, CT, 06515, USA - Westville

    CT Rte 122, aka Forest Rd., floods severely and regularly in rainstorms, and the overflow from the street and Hopkins School's hill runs downhill onto private property and causes significant damage to homes and yards.

    Normal heavy rain floods the street quickly, so rains as we had from Ida last night flood it instantly and for hours, with many thousands of gallons of water swiftly flowing downhill into homes and yards.

    Since most people drive too fast on the street, and there is no advance warning of the flooded area, they zoom into the foot-deep flood zone at 40+ mph, making the powerful downhill flow more like a surge tide, complete with waves. Then the cars stall out or try to turn around in traffic. It's a dangerous mess for drivers.

    This has been a problem for at least a decade. While it is a state highway, it is New Haven taxpayers who are suffering the repeated property damage, and paying for mitigation efforts that ought instead to be addressed at the street.

    The drainage system on Forest Rd. dates to when it first became a paved road instead of a dirt road, in the early 1900s. The state DOT must, at minimum, keep the antiquated, inadequate, easily overwhelmed drain system on this road clear. Far more appropriate would be to bring it up to modern code and design.

    The city needs to work with DOT on the problem, and also to commit to fully or partially closing the road between Edgewood and Chapel in heavy rains to limit, divert, and slow traffic in order to save lives and property.

  • Quinnipiac Ave New Haven, Connecticut, 06513 - Annex
    Any update on traffic calming?
  • 115-139 Greenwich Ave New Haven, CT 06519, USA - City Point
    sidewalk is destroyed