Open Issues: 22 Closed Issues: 275 Acknowledged Issues: 24
Watching issues created after: 2013-09-13

Princeton, NJ (Consolidation of former Princeton Township and Princeton Borough)

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  • Princeton Battlefield Princeton, New Jersey - Princeton
    This may have been reported already - but without the correct location of the dead deer? On the Northbound lane of Mercer Road to the right just after the pedestrian crosswalk for the Princeton Battlefield is a dead deer likely struck by traffic?
  • Missing Dog Archived
    28 Paul Robeson Place Princeton, NJ - Princeton
    A chestnut colored Chihuahua ran off this morning from Victoria Mews. The dog ran towards the Library and then was in the Green St area. The dog is visiting the area and may be scared. If you see or locate the dog please contact Access Princeton 609-924-4141 or the Princeton Police 609-921-2100 ext 0. Pictures to follow shortly.
  • Other Archived
    357 Witherspoon St Princeton 08542, United States - Princeton North
    The princeton fire Department bathroom first floor hot faucet not working
  • 65 Maybury Hill Road Princeton, New Jersey - Princeton North
    LOST DOG in the Snowden Lane - Maybury Hill Road area. Ace the small dog on the right is a 14 year old Miniature Schnauzer-he is black faded to gray. He has a collar with Princeton tags. He has a tremor and is scruffy and a bit feeble. The owners are concerned/distressed as he has been missing since Sat afternoon Nov 29th. They have extensively combed the area around Maybury Hill Road/Snowden lane on foot and by car for the past two days.Anyone with information please contact 609-497-0196 or 609-712-2398.
  • 999 Great Road East Princeton, New Jersey - Princeton
    The sidewalk on Great Road should be extended to Cherry Valley Road/past Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart (1128 Great Road) to ensure the safety of walkers, runners, and bikers. The shoulder on Great Road is incredibly small making it unsafe for people to run/walk/bike there. With this extended sidewalk, people in Princeton would feel safe and comfortable to walk/run/bike along Great Road.
  • 161 Nassau St Princeton 08542, United States - Princeton

    Washington Rd., as it runs through Princeton’s campus, needs to be (at least) striped and ideally have a painted bike lane. There is sufficient space between where cars drive and the curb (as seen in the provided video still) and there is empirical evidence that most drivers will stay within the painted lines. Narrowing this space on the street would slow cars, greatly enhancing pedestrian safety in an area with highly used pedestrian crosswalks.

    Doing this would also create a safe space for cyclists. As is seen in the video still, many cyclists ride on the sidewalk here, despite the presence of sharrows. Providing a painted lane would get more cyclists off the sidewalk, as it would create a space more respected by cars.

    Ideally, Washington Rd would have a hardened bike lane in this available space. It would slow cars, thus protecting pedestrians, and greatly benefit cyclists. I would recommend a raised cycle track be considered (see this from NACTO:

  • 13-27 Lawrence Dr Princeton, NJ, 08540, USA - Princeton

    The location is the area in between 6 and 8 Lawrence Drive. Princeton Facilities vehicles regularly park in this area, despite the signs saying "No parking - loading and unloading only." I'm assuming this area is supposed to be kept open to provide fire access to the apartment buildings further in, my apologies if this is not actually a fire lane or a fire issue.

    I go for a run every weekday morning at 8 AM and, lately, the number of vehicles being parked in this area has increased. There were five vehicles this morning, with the two vehicles featured in the attached photo completely blocking any fire access to further in to the apartment complex. One of the offices for the apartment complex is near by, which I think is why so many people park there.

    I would bring this up with Princeton Facilities, but in the past when I brought up the issue when it was less severe (only two vehicles parking in the area) it only fixed things for about three days before Princeton University vehicles started parking in the area again.

    There is a nearby parking lot, so there are plenty of parking options.

  • 43 Park Pl Princeton, NJ, 08542, USA - Princeton
    The Parking Princeton application on my iPhone has been working fine for a few weeks. But the last two times I have used it, it is if I am starting from scratch having to have a pin sent to me and then entering my credit card and license plate information. Twice. I don’t have time for this.
  • Other Archived
    Princeton Shopping Center 301 North Harrison Street, Princeton, NJ 08540, USA - Princeton North
    Sorry to keep harping on this, but I believe the issue is not being properly addressed. The sidewalk is not what I would consider passable. At this point, the pile is more debris/dirt/trash than snow. Note also the broken fence, which i think was caused by the plows putting huge piles of snow there instead of a more appropriate place. Such an eyesore! It's the sidewalk which runs along the east side of Princeton Shopping Center, adjacent to the baseball field. I categorized this report as other, since I don't know if the DPW, the Parks Dept, or the shopping center are responsible for the area.
  • 51 Cleveland Lane Princeton, New Jersey - Princeton

    Water collects and stands in a pool outside this house on the Library side of the fence after each rainfall. Insects breed and spread diseases. I have complained many times but no action seems to be taken by either the owner of Princeton department.

    Further, the sidewalk has been broken up and not repaired.

    Both problems are ongoing for months. Please do something!

  • Nassau Street Princeton, New Jersey - Princeton
    Caller states there is a tour bus parking on Nassau Street by Princeton University Presidents house.
  • 187 Laurel Cir Princeton, NJ 08540, USA - Princeton North
    On Monday, June 13, at 7:45 a.m., at the intersection of Jefferson and Terhune, a man driving a gold-colored truck belonging to the municipality of Princeton almost hit my car because he was on his cell phone. The truck was the size of a pickup but with the back enclosed; probably public works but I didn't see for sure. Municipal license plate ending in "4238." No municipal employee should ever be on their cell phone while driving. It's dangerous and illegal.