Open Issues: 139 Closed Issues: 3,530 Acknowledged Issues: 169
Watching issues created after: 2012-06-28

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  • 298 W Hazel St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Newhallville
    I wonder how the Mayor and Police can justify constant gunfire coming from the Police Academy. I understand and am all for them refining thier skills, however they are between 2 schools, 1 being an elementry school and near close proximity to West Hazel, West Division, and Harding St. What is this saying to our kids, and the violence in this neighborhood?
  • Farmington Canal Heritage Trail New Haven, CT - Newhallville
    My husband was attacked by a group of 6-10 men while biking along the Farmington Canal Heritage Trail yesterday. He had his bike and iPod stolen. I often see police on Segways on the stretch of the trail between Division and Hillhouse, but the part that seems to be really dangerous is the stretch from Division to the New Haven/Hamden line. If this isn't addressed, this trail will cease to be a resource that New Haven residents can enjoy.
  • Bassett St And Watson St New Haven, CT - Newhallville
    Plowing the canal trail is overdue - people use this as a walking route to work and shopping. It should be a priority to plowing.
  • 250 Newhall St New Haven, CT - Newhallville
    Illiegal rooming house. No smoke detectors. Heating with gas stove!! Children on 2nd floor!!!! Vermin !!! Broken plumbing!!!
  • 62 Shelton Ave New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Newhallville
    Why arent there more cops walking this area? They walk in groups of 2 on State and Orange Streets!
  • Farmington Canal Heritage Trail New Haven, Connecticut - Newhallville
    Many people use the Farmington Canal Trail to access work and shopping, as well as for exercise. (Newhallville has very few parks for outdoor recreation.) Clearing it is a transportation justice issue. Obviously it is not a priority during and right after a storm, but at this point it should be plowed. It may be weeks before the snow melts off fully. Yale has admirably plowed the Trail below Division Street, but north of that it might as well be Antarctica.
  • 141 Shelton Ave New Haven, CT 06511 - Newhallville

    There is no place in Newhallville for kids to congregate and use computers. If someone wants to run a program or have a speaker there is nowhere to meet.

    The business center on Shelton would be a great place for a community center.

    Im from the Thompson Street Youth Coalition is interested in organizing and running the community center and along with providing office space for the non profit to run there programs, to find out how to help contact me at 203-285-0752 or email me at

  • 101 Thompson St New Haven, CT 06511 - Newhallville

    scrawled all over the yellow posts that guard the canal trail entrance.

    the gang graffiti is not exactly a welcoming sign to people who might want to walk on the trail

  • 512 514 Winchester Ave New Haven, Connecticut - Newhallville
    reaidents are very opposed to bar which has been a nussiance for years now TREATREATING to go pass the residents and get the parking lot any way !! this is a total lack of concern to the perspn who live near this business SEE ARTICLE IN THE NEW HAVEN INDEPENDENT UNDER newhallvill aug 28 2015
  • Farmington Canal Heritage Trail New Haven, Connecticut - Newhallville
    graffiti on gateway pier at Goodrich Street (New Haven / Hamden line)
  • Winchester Avenue New Haven, CT - Newhallville
    Has any process been implemented to avoid illegal use/distribution of parking permits in our zone? There is a list available of illegal permit numbers used by individuals who park in Zone 7 for work at construction site and Yale. The individuals act as if they have ownership over residents and are not doing anything wrong. I pray something is done about this situation not just Zone 7 but all over New Haven.
  • Farmington Canal Heritage Trail New Haven, Connecticut - Newhallville

    The bicycle/walking path is in terrible shape with snow, broken limbs and broken glass all over the surface --except, of course-- right by Yale University.

    Is the parks department so busy that they can't make one or two passes along the trail to make it usable by citizens?