New Haven: Internal PLUS

Open Issues: 24 Temas cerrados: 300 Temas Reconocidos: 124
  • 173 Chatham St New Haven, CT, 06513, USA - Chatham Square
    Side walk is lifting from tree city of new haven, tree came out and patch up the sidewalk a few years ago, it needs to be done again, this has been a on going problem, that I have reported before, I was told that the sidewalk was going to be replaced, has not happened. This tree also needs to be trimmed, don’t want anyone to get hurt on the sidewalk.
  • 17 Hobart St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Edgewood
    Sidewalk from tree roots remains in serious need of repair.
  • 96 Greenwich Ave New Haven, CT 06519, USA - City Point
    walk needs replacing
  • 153 Willow St New Haven CT 06511, United States - East Rock
    every time it rains, this whole block fills up, to the point where cars have to slow down and even stop. It is in the middle of Willow Street in between Foster and Nicoll.
  • 136-146 Pine Street New Haven, CT - Chatham Square
    Caller reports holes in the sidewalk at this location. Please investigate.
  • Quinnipiac Ave & St Anthony St New Haven, CT, 06513, USA - Quinnipiac
    I am a native to Quinnipiac Avenue, born and raise. Out of my 42 years of living on this avenue, and throughout the whole New Haven has ever seen a sidewalk that has been taken over by all sort of weed that a path has been made in the grass because the sidewalk can be seen. I have submitted concerns about the thickets going up into Hidden Quarry’s covering the sidewalk that the has been addressed and thank you. I even went as far as to make mention of potholes and trash alongside where the thicket was removed which has now brought the attraction of coyotes! As my appreciation is felt for the thicket having had been removed, I took on purchasing with my personal money and labor into an area that has so much provisional oversight financially and a workforce municipally to address these concerns that I shared my expenses as a thank you for meeting one of my three concerns and now here is a fourth. By this yellow shovel in the picture there is about 25 yards + of a completely covered side walk alongside this Complex’s wall to the right of the entry driveway into Hidden Quarry. My expenses can cover but so much and I used 40 contractor bags just along that driveway and small 5 of those forty bags to uncover the unbelievable weed coverage over this side walk. This side walk should be extended to eastern street considering how much development has been invested into this side of the neighborhood and all the subsequent developments that had been built on route 80 that is responsible for the significant amount a commercial trash debris from these local stores created. I have maxed out my expenses for the week over these details shared and just trying to make a difference for safe travels of those in our community especially considering it hasn’t gone downhill like this until the Housing Development has gotten built into the private complex that no other town wants built in their own, so let’s should why the city of New Haven can accept their own and can micromanage it appropriately!
  • 152 Columbus Avenue New Haven, CT - Hill
    Resident reports that sidewalk is in bad condition that it's a safety hazard.
  • 724 Whitney Ave New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Prospect Hill
    Damage curb on narrow lane causing damage to buses traveling on the right lane. Buses are traveling at slow speed and the drain is causing the bus to dip into the damage curb sticking out into the travel lane causing damage to the lower rear area of the buses.
  • 110 S Water St New Haven 06519, United States - City Point
    Curb knocked up by plow.
  • Parmelee Ave & Winthrop Ave New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - West River
    Sidewalk damaged by tree roots
  • 37 Mill St New Haven, CT 06513, USA - Fair Haven
    sidewalk damage unable to travel safely
  • 838 Whalley Ave New Haven 06515, United States - Westville

    Dangerous storm surge area.

    There were two ‘geysers’ coming out of street during Tuesday’s storm. I have never seen anything like it in 26 years in New Haven.

    Wonder if adding bioswales on flat section of Fountain Street would help alleviate run off from the two hills on 243. Or some other infrastructure upgrades.

    This intersection was severely flooded with plumes of water rising out of manholes.

    I tried to avoid it by taking west rock street, and barely made it through the first dip in the road.