Bridgeport Public Facilities

Open Issues: 11 Closed Issues: 1,029 Acknowledged Issues: 35
Watching issues created after: 2010-05-19

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  • 39 Little Deer Rd Bridgeport, CT 06606, USA - Bridgeport
    Little deer road has not been plowed
  • 2340 North Avenue Bridgeport, CT - Bridgeport
    This is the 2nd time the owner of these apartments has left an abandoned refrigerator on the sidewalk! The door is still on and a child could get trapped inside. It is right next to a park where small children play. Fix this and fine the owner!
  • potholes Archived
    Washington Ave bridgeport, ct - Bridgeport
    from the rt 8 washington ave exit all the way down to park ave there are huge potholes that you cannot avoid. one of these days im gonna pop a tire i hope these get fixed soon.
  • Lawn St And Truman St Bridgeport, Connecticut - Bridgeport
    due to flooding from fire hydrant issue,,road errossion between street and city owned land,,huge sinkholes that are a safety issue for children getting on and off school bus and walking home from school
  • 130 Minturn Road Bridgeport Connecticut - Bridgeport
    On March 13, 2017 the city cleared the snow but damage my driveway. I would like the problem repaired before it rains and prevent further damage. My address is 130 Minturn Road, Bridgeport, CT 06606. I attached picture of the damage.
  • 219 Brewster Street B - Bridgeport
    Grey SUV parked on Brewster Street at intersection of Ellsworth Street in violation of Snow Emergency. Brewster Street and Ellsworth are both Snow Emergency Streets. Please ticket or remove vehicle. This vehicle does this every time it snows.
  • 1703 Boston Avenue BRIDGEPORT, Connecticut - Bridgeport
    The Sanitation dept. dropped off 3 green and 3 blue trash containers at 1703 Boston Avenue. In the Front not knowing that they already have 3 green and 3 blue containers located on the side street Boston Terrace. Their garbage is pick up on Boston Terrace. Now, the problem is: Because trash containers were left at 1703 Boston Avenue, in front. Tenants are using the trash containers. The garbage is not being picked up. No fault of the Sanitation Dept, The containers are left too far on the private property and never bought to the street curb. The garbage has been piled up for months. The Sanitation Dept. should take these 6 containers away since this building has 6 containers on Boston Terrace. Why does this 3 family house need 12 containers. Thank you
  • 132 Bennett St Bridgeport, CT 06605, USA - Bridgeport
    For many years there have been regular break-ins to vehicles parked in front of the Blackrock Condo's on Bennett street especially as you head toward the Boy's and Girls club. The police never do ANYTHING about this and it continues year after year.
  • 626 Brewster St Bridgeport, CT 06605, USA - Bridgeport
  • 131 Bennett Street Bridgeport, CT - Bridgeport
    Bennett street is a mixed zone street with both commercial and residential buildings. The complete lack of regard for the neighborhood by the Electric Maintenance Company needs to be addressed. This decrepit mess of a building is directly affecting the property value and general quality of the neighborhood for it's surrounding residential neighbors. There is a constant litter problem from it's customers. During hurricane Sandy a section of the fence was destroyed, Leaving a huge gap that's been filled with piled trash which is in the direct view of the Condo building across the street. The parking lot is full of trash and litter. The wall and gate both have grafitti that has not been removed and the fence has a huge tear in it. Also, the sidewalk in front of the building is covered with debris left over from snow cleanup after the blizzard.
  • 215 Bishop Ave Bridgeport, CT 06610 - Bridgeport
    Road needs to be repaved under tracks.
  • 795 921 Clinton Ave Bridgeport, CT 06604, USA - Bridgeport
    893 Clinton Avenue, a magnificent historic mansion, has been targeted as a potential site for a homeless shelter. Potential residents will have substance abuse and/or mental health issues severe enough to have led to homelessness. The group has been turned down TWICE by the Zoning Board of Approvals, but they are appealing to the Zoning Commission on the grounds that this shelter will help to "stabilize" our neighborhood where older homes have "outgrown their usefulness." Hearing will take place on Monday, April 26 at 6:45 pm at City Hall. Be there if you want to preserve the historic, residential character of our unique and beloved neighborhood.