Town of Enfield PLUS

Open Issues: 151 Closed Issues: 5,091 Acknowledged Issues: 45
  • 12 Pleasant St Enfield, Connecticut - polytest
    fire safety violations
  • 2 Dover Road Enfield, Connecticut - polytest
    Illegal bedrooms in basement. One is actually in furnace room and the other is adjacent to furnaceroom in basement. No baseboard heat, open fireplace, fire and safety issue espacially considering it is a rental property. Owner is Ted Laraway, tenants are Brenda and John Moore.
  • Dangerous Acknowledged
    86 Pleasant St Enfield, CT - polytest
    The stairway leading into apartment has broken and weak stairs, handrail only on left side of staircase. All apartment doors are interior not exterior doors. None of the windows line up properly and one fell out. Bathroom toilet continually runs and makes noise after flushing. All walls are cracking and not lining up. Several holes in wall, plus holes around piping. Lumps in floor, uneven
  • 24 Hamilton Ct Enfield, Connecticut - polytest
    putting in rear slider and deck no permit
  • 28 Longview Road Enfield, Connecticut - polytest
    major home remodeling project underway. permit? not visible
  • 10 Scitico St Enfield, Connecticut - polytest
    1. Illegal barn with illegal car lift.
    2. black mold in the bathrooms.
    3. Faulty electrical wireing.
    4. Mice infestation.
    5. Led paint that has not beeN taken care of according to the state law.
  • 13b Martin St Enfield, Connecticut - polytest
    I'm not sure of what is or what's suppose to be with someone who is on housing. From what I read it does that your only suppose to have who's on the lease living with you. In this case I'm pretty sure there are more than who there is suppose to be living there. None of them work, they are up all day and all night blasting music being loud. There is also wish looks a child less than a year old living there also. I don't think that is great parenting when your house sounds like a party house also people in out very much parent dutys !? There has been other complaints and nothing has been done. The building we live in is getting a new landlord on the 3rd which I'm praying they can do something as well. I don't feel safe. I'm a hard working citizen who would like to relax on my days off but I can't even do that with how loud it is in the address of 13b.
  • 13 Avon St Ext Enfield, CT, 06082, USA - polytest
    13 Avon St Ext is functioning as a boarding house with 4 unrelated individuals living at the property.
  • 40 Foxcroft Rd Enfield, Ct - polytest
    During last summer when the roads were being redone in our neighborhood, they decided to extend the curb on my side of the street by around 2 feet. When they came to fill it in with dirt, they did not fill up my tree belt adequately. There are numerous areas on my tree belt where the dirt level is well below the curb, sometimes you can actually see pavement on the side where dirt should be. I have walked around the neighborhood and there really isn't another house suffering from this issue, which would lead me to believe that my tree belt's dirt level is incorrect. I would really appreciate it if this could be fixed as I can see this causing damage to my lawn mower and other tools I use to maintain my property. Thank you for your time.
  • 307 Pearl Street Enfield, Connecticut - polytest
    The Housing Authority needs to deal with the mess in this area. The volume of litter along the roads and aprons is on the rise. The neighborhood looks terrible.
  • Enfield Street School Playground Enfield CT - polytest
    The plastic tic-tac-toe pieces on the large playscape are broken. Sharp edges, plus the game itself is unusable. I wouldn't think the new pieces are too expensive, should be an easy fix...?
  • 165 Weymouth Rd Enfield, Connecticut - polytest


    Over the past few years, a large number of pavement cracks have developed on the basketball/handball court at Parkman Elementary school. These cracks have grown in size (some in excess of 3 inches wide and 10 feet long) and are consistently filled with weeds and other debris.

    These cracks pose a significant safety risk to residents who use this court. On numerous occasions, I have witnessed individuals who have tripped/gotten their shoe stuck in one of these cracks. Most recently, on 4/16/19 there was a group playing basketball on this court - and an individual tripped on one of these cracks, which resulted in a dislocated knee.

    I urge you to consider fixing the damaged court to prevent any further injuries.

    Thank you for your time
    Bryan Flanaghan