Wfsb Hartford

Open Issues: 363 Closed Issues: 3,196 Acknowledged Issues: 493
Watching issues created after: 2012-03-13

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  • Brook St Corner Of Liberty St Hartfordct - Clay Arsenal
    Something need be done about been like that for years either tear down or something
  • Capitol & Main Hartford, CT 06106, USA - Downtown
    Large manhole cover without proper leveling causes loss of control when turning left from Capitol onto Main St.
  • 52 Pratt St Hartford, CT 06103, USA - Downtown
    Traffic light damage
  • 48 Brook St Hartford Ct - Clay Arsenal
  • 199 Tower Avenue Hartford, Connecticut - North East
    Sidewalk & Roof need repair mold on roof and lawn care needed.
  • 66-68 James Street Hartford, Connecticut - Parkville
    3 Floors. Light Tan Siding. Flat Roof. 3 Floor Porch in Front, with
    only 1st Floor Porch in back. Large Red Wooden Fence in Front.
    Debris in Trailer in Driveway & also Multiple Debris Piles in back.
    Neighbors Saying: Interior Work has been done on this Building.
    Owner since 04/09/2015: WMF Realty, LLC. of Manchester, CT.
  • Brook St Hartford Ct - Clay Arsenal
  • Keney Park Hartford, CT 06103, USA - North East
    The section of the park road which is parallel to Tower has 2 areas that have garbage and debris.
  • 2074 Park Street Hartford, Connecticut - Parkville
    Graffiti All Over the Blue U.S. Mailbox in Front of New Restaurant.
  • Maple And Adelaide Hartford, Connecticut - Barry Square
    There is a big pothole as you cross Adelaide Street on Maple Avenue, the pothole itself is on Adelaide
  • 51-53 Brook St Hartford Connecticut - Clay Arsenal
    Trash on side of the house on outside also Rats Roaming the property because of the trash this been on going problem Health Issues near the WILSON-GREY YMCA ON ALBANY AVENUE
  • 306 Homestead Avenue Hartford, Connecticut - Upper Albany
    The red light while sitting at the Homestead Avenue and Woodland Street intersection on Homestead Avenue while traveling East is way too long. This seems to be a recent change. While the light is stopping easterly traveling traffic there is usually a line of cars waiting about 30+ long (commuting morning traffic entering Hartford) While you wait at the red light the green light allowing traffic to proceed along Woodland Street is excessively so long that a few cars travel through and the rest of the duration, no one travels through, and turns it into an empty intersection while dozens of cars are waiting to go through on Homestead. So you sit on Homestead for about three red lights and wait and watch an empty intersection while hardly anyone travels through the green light on Woodland Street. Why does the traffic light stop the heavily traveled direction on Homestead, allow a green light on Homestead so short that only about 5 cars gets through to allow a green light on Woodland that stays green so long and hardly anyone travels through in comparison? What changed? This was not a problem last year. An empty intersection while there are dozens of cars waiting to get through and having to sit out three red lights to proceed is not an efficient use of our roads and a terrible frustration to those that have to wait each morning for no reason to get through.