New Haven: Internal PLUS

Open Issues: 14 Closed Issues: 266 Acknowledged Issues: 72
  • Drainage RequestAcknowledged
    164 Peat Meadow Rd New Haven CT 06513, United States - Annex
    Drains on peat meadow completely covered with leaves and tree debris. Entire area needs cleaning, tree cutting, leave removal and drain cleaning because the water is building up when it rains. Please assist before the next big rain storm occurs. Drains in entire area need cleaning to avoid continued flooding.
  • Blake St New Haven, Connecticut, 06511 - Beaver Hills
    Resident reports flooding due to storm draining water properly on Blake St right before you reach the Valley St intersection.
  • 29 Frank St New Haven, Connecticut, 06519 - Hill
    This vacant home which is in very poor condition, there are over 20 to 30 cats that are being kept by a middle age Hispanic female that feeds them on a daily basis. The cat community in this house has increased so much that has the potential of a health hazard. A solution has to be found. Also this property needs to be demolished once snd for all
  • 117 Lloyd St New Haven CT 06513, United States - Fair Haven
    Building vacant due to 2 Alarm fire.
  • SNOW RELATEDAcknowledged
    24 Whitney Ave New Haven, CT, 06510, USA - Town_Green
    Hi. I have a retail shop at 26 Whitney Avenue and it was my understanding that this outdoor dining equipment would be removed by December 1. It takes up many valuable parking spots and will interfere with snow removal. Please take this down as promised. I am happy to have my neighbor have outdoor dining in the warm months and give up access, but it is just a blight now. Thank you.
  • 62 Pardee St New Haven, CT, 06513, USA - Annex
    Significant garbage buildup across the street from 69 Pardee
  • Trash & RecyclingAcknowledged
    1 Saint John Connector New Haven, Connecticut, 06511 - Wooster Square

    The residents of 1 Saint John Connector have been storing their trash and recycling cans on the sidewalk in front of the residence. They also constantly leave the cans laying on sidewalk after trash pick-up for numerous days and never clear snow/ice from sidewalks.

    This storage of cans on the sidewalk has allowed animals and the wind to consistently blow trash around the sidewalk, neighboring residences, and yards. This stretch of street is now almost constantly covered in trash and other refuse.

  • 44 Pardee Pl New Haven, Connecticut, 06515 - Amity
    Sidewalk littered with leaves, trash and trash cans. Difficult to walk and slippery when leaves are wet. Hazardous to all including handicapped and elderly who live on this street.
  • 262 W Rock Ave New Haven, CT, 06515, USA - Westville
    Overgrown hedges obstructing sidewalk
  • W Elm St & W Rock Ave New Haven, CT, 06515, USA - Westville
    Overgrown plants obstructing sidewalk
  • 46 Auburn St New Haven, CT, 06519, USA - New Haven - Ward 03
    Trash cans on public walkway and need to be on property. Littering the streets with trash overflow.
  • Roosevelt Street New Haven, CT - Quinnipiac

    A utility is installing gas lines on Roosevelt Street and Extension. They're digging trenches, laying pipe, filling with sand, and finally patching with asphalt. They are only, however, patching with asphalt over the narrow trenches that they have dug. But the digging equipment has caused severe cracking in the surface Pavement. In some places there are pieces of pavement that you can walk over and lift out of the street. In other areas there are no holes where you can see down underneath the pavement.. They're leaving the pavement surface in much much worse condition than before they started to dig for the gas lines. Who is responsible for pavement repair? The utility is essentially destroying half the width of the entire Street and extension. The street and extension were paved several years ago (it had never been paved after the development was built in the early 1960s) after a petition was submitted by residents to the City. The pavement at that time was lifting up and it was unsafe. I'm concerned this will happen again and we will be unable to get it repaired.

    Can someone from public works please inspect before the workers leave? It appears that they will still be working for the next several days (today is 7/16). If it is the utility's responsibility to avoid damage to pavement, then the City should have the utility fix the pavement before they leave with their equipment. Thank you.