LCI - newhall/ eastrock PLUS

Open Issues: 36 Closed Issues: 2,099 Acknowledged Issues: 68
Watching issues created after: 2016-05-17

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  • 25 Science Park New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell
    Please post no parking signs to block 20-30 feet on each side of the driveway. This is a very blind exit that is extremely dangerous.
  • Ashmun St & Lock St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Downtown

    This is an incredibly dangerous intersection for drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists. It is a high-volume intersection because drivers from Dixwell and Newhallville uses this route to get downtown. There is a stop sign for drivers on Lock St but no other safety features. Therefore, there is absolutely NO safe way for pedestrians to cross: No crosswalk, no 3-way stop, no traffic light. Drivers frequently turn without checking for pedestrians. A cyclist was hit recently and many pedestrians avoid this intersection. It’s a matter of time before a fatal accident happens.

    I would like to request a new Pedestrian crossing sign and a painted (ideally raised) crosswalk. It would also help if this was a 3-way Stop to reduce speeds. Thank you for your consideration.

  • 68 Mansfield Street New Haven, ct - Dixwell
    Every week residents at Yale apartments at 68 Mansfield Street put their garbage out sloppily, not properly separating recycling, and just throwing bits of food and household trash on the ground. With last week's wind half of it ended up blown around the whole neighborhood. Yale needs to teach people who rent it's housing the rules for handling garbage.
  • Goffe Street New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell

    Along the entire 1.25 mile length of Goffe Street from Broadway Downtown to Osborn in Beaver Hills, only a dozen frequently used on-street parking spaces would need to removed in order to accommodate dedicate bike lanes along both sides of the street. The parking loss, however, would come to an area that has seen a large increase in off-street surface parking lots in recent years. Goffe Street, one of the oldest routes in New Haven dating back to the aboriginal habitation of the area, connects Downtown to Westville through the Dixwell and Beaver Hills neighborhoods. Dedicated bike lanes could help calm traffic, connect neighborhoods and schools, improve safety for all road users, encourage more active recreation in the area, and be included with targeted public and private investments in surrounding streetscapes - all with little to no impact on automotive facilities.

    With enough interest, this issue could be further studied by the City and potentially come to fruition as funding becomes available from State, Federal, and local sources.

    For more information on how dedicated bike lanes along Goffe Street might look, see here:

  • Scantlebury Park - Monterey Place
    Cars and motorcycles driving into park on grass, jumping curb, ignoring no parking signs, and driving around concrete jersey barriers to enter park
  • This Could Be... Acknowledged
    88 Canal St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Monterey Place

    This Could Be Scantlebury Skateparklet.

    From the application to

    "Our project is a skateboarding parklette built within Scantlebury Park, intended to use skateboarding to connect the New Haven residents with the Yale community in an equitable way. Historically, the two communities have been separated both physically and socially. In providing a new space at the apex of several New Haven neighborhoods and Yale’s campus, this project offers a new opportunity for these communities to come together. Moreover, it positions the communities as equals. The project would be a joint venture between Yale University (The Yale Undergraduate Skateboarding Union & Schwarzman Center) and citizens of New Haven and be developed by both Yale personnel and New Haven residents. "

    "Our project requires approximately 4,000 square feet of unused city land on Scantlebury Park. In addition, we will require a contractor and/or designer with experience in skatepark design and construction. We are currently working to gain the assistance of one or more members of the Yale School of Architecture to collaborate and assist on our final park design.

    Both the Scantlebury Park location and skateboarding culture hold unique potential for accomplishing our goals because they exist at the intersection of dynamic communities of place and of practice. The park is situated in Dixwell, one of the city’s more underserved neighborhoods, while also on the frontier of Yale’s campus. Culturally, skateboarding is the nucleus of a creative community that values design, painting, photography, film, music and entrepreneurship, along with athletic expression. Geographically and culturally, this project offers a community space with uncommonly low barriers to entry and many thereof. "

  • 128 Henry St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Dixwell
    Coming on Henry St. to Science Park this light is completely covered up by tree branches in need of trimming Very dangerous right now
  • 26 Compton Street New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell
    Can’t walk by on my way to class because this crazy lady decides to park on the sidewalk in a driveway Green Honda EVERYDAY BLOCKING THE WAY TO WALK BY I RIDE MY BIKE AND MAY WALK AS WELL BUT HAVE TO GO INTO THE STREET TO PASS AND WHEN I TRIED TO EXPLAIN TO HER SHE WAS BLOCKING THE SIDEWALK HER AND HER KIDS GOT BELIGERENT 3 weeks later I’m reporting her and those nasty kids attitude!!!!!!!
  • 45 Woodland St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Dixwell

    Illegal use of rental apartments as AirBNB.

    This entrepreneur has set up a service, RERENT, where he handles Yale grad students' sub-rentals of their apartments, regardless of the fact that it almost always violates their rental contract, and turns the building into a de facto "tourist hotel", for which it has no operating permit.

    Last night at 10 PM, 3 AirBNB clients tried to force their way into my front door, thinking it was the AirBnB at 45 Woodland Street! The brilliant Yale entrepreneur, of course, was nowhere around. How about if I wanted to monetize HIS peace of mind and the sanctity of HIS home? Another brilliant market plan.

  • 87-105 Sachem Street New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell
    Please bring back the STOP sign at corner of Winchester and Sachem. There is bicycle traffic entering and exiting the Farmington Canal Trail here, and the pedestrian crosswalk does not provide enough protection. Cars traveling from Winchester used to have to come to a full stop, now they barely slow down if there is no pedestrian in crosswalk. This creates unsafe conditions for bike cross-traffic.
  • 93 Winchester Ave New Haven, Connecticut, 06511 - Dixwell
    It has been more than 5 years sincrr Rt the fire at this address. We have complained numerous times
    Surely the insurance money has been received
    Please help
  • 235 Winchester Ave New Haven 06511, United States - Dixwell
    Dear LCI, The property at 235 Winchester Ave can only be described as a disaster. The front facade is crumbling and looks unstable as there is no building behind it. There’s a fence covered in tattered blue tarp. There are feral cats living in the rubble (although I love cats, so they’re cool). The owner, in my opinion, is an irresponsible owner and a bad neighbor. How would the owner (Kenny Hill?) like it if he lived next to what looks like a bombed out house from a war zone? For how long do the locals have to look at this eyesore? This is our neighborhood and it’s a real drag having to look at this every day. What can be done to hold the owner to account?