City of New Haven Economic Development and Cultural Affairs PLUS

Open Issues: 612 Closed Issues: 3,831 Acknowledged Issues: 351
Watching issues created after: 2009-10-05

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  • 2 Terrace Street New Haven, Connecticut - Annex
    I called to report this issue back in Feb. 2014. Snowplow damaged apron of driveway during snow storm. Left large pothole at the end of the driveway and tore up part of the curb.
  • Southern Connecticut State University 501 Crescent Street, New Haven, CT 06515, USA - Southern CT State University
    Doors to elevator open very slowly and seem as tho they will jam or freeze up partially open.
  • 26 Hallock Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - City Point
    This property abuts my back yard at 44 Sixth Street. There is an old shed which is falling apart and we have seen raccoons, rats, mice etc.. coming and going - also it is about to fall down. Furthermore, there are some old trees which are very large and are either dead or dying. Already, a branch fell on my neighbors roof and I am afraid if there is a bad storm, my new roof could be in danger. Other neighbors have complained about this property -but the owner has not done anything to correct it.
  • 96 Orange Street New Haven, CT 06510, USA - Town_Green
  • Potholes Archived
    154 Whitney Avenue Yale University, New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Yale University Campus
    Location, length, and depth make this pothole a particular hazard for cyclists going down Whitney towards the Green.
  • W Hazel Street New Haven, Connecticut - Newhallville
    No snow clearing has been done on this street. It packed down on the street since cars have been driving over it. When will the Public Works department clean it up besides concentrating on the downtown area.
  • 311 Whalley Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell
    The streets are a disgrace with the potholes a few streets I could name is Crown and the other is that street directly in front of Yale Pediatric they are horrible WHY DO THEY PATCH THE STREETS KNOWING THE WHOLE STREET NEEDS TO BE DONE and with the winter coming its only going to be worse I pay taxes and its a shame cause the city IS NOT going to pay for the damages done to my car I don't understand the madness get ppl out there start a program where the inmates from whalley or those on parole or probation show them how and I bet you they won't having a problem getting the job done everyone wants to get paid but don't want to work its sad!!!!!
  • 28 Barnett Street New Haven, CT 06515, USA - Westville

    I had neck surgery and need help digging out my car. I live in the brick apartment complex on the even side of Barnett Street. I am willing to pay!


  • 99 First St. New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
    Very large potholes on First Street, particularly deep holes between Kimberly Ave & Greenwich Ave. Also some growing potholes on the next block of First St, between Greenwich & Howard Ave.
  • Sidewalk Sinking Acknowledged
    178 Butler Street New Haven, Connecticut - Newhallville
    For the past 5 years there has been a very large sink hole starting from the side walk. We have called public works on many occasions only to have them come out and fill with dirt. The sink hole has expanded, at this point I feel it is a danger to even walk on the sidewalk. Someone is going to fall through and get injured.
  • 174 Tuttle Drive New Haven, CT - East Shore
    Resident reports that snow plows damaged the curb and part of his lawn. Please inspect.
  • Edgewood Park New Haven, Connecticut - Westville
    On October 5, 2016, starting at 4pm and going until at least 6pm, as part of National Community Policing Week, the US Attorney's Office is partnering with the New Haven Police Department, community members and the Yale New Haven Children's Hospital's Injury Prevention Program for "Cops & Ballers." The event begins at 4:00 p.m. at Edgewood Park and includes a bicycle helmet giveaway, a bike ride around the park and a 3-on-3 basketball tournament. There will be facepainting, family-friendly activities, food trucks and more. All are invited.