Open Issues: 256 Closed Issues: 3,522 Acknowledged Issues: 200
Watching issues created after: 2015-01-01

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  • 338 Prospect Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Annex
    Neighbors have made complaints I can’t add to for some reason. Car parked at end of driveway and in the way constantly and does not move. This street is too small for this. I agree should be one side of road parking over here. And agree w my neighbor it’s the same people causing this problem and they should park in front of their own condo or where the basketball hoop is that causes a problem. Should not be so close to end of driveway. Car never moves and should be towed or ticketed.
  • 1183 Townsend Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Annex
    Signals at all intersections of two I-95 overpasses need timing review. Traffic is often backed up into the intersections, and it is not uncommon to be the first car at a green light with no ability to enter the intersection. Problem is becoming worse.
  • Woodward & Main St Entrance To Q Bridge - Annex
    The new entrance to the highway is worse than it was before they made "improvements". THe traffic light needs to be longer, all the cars are stuck in the middle of the intersection because the ramp is too narrow, it should be 3 lanes, not 2. I can't believe DOT couldn't figure that out before all this construction has been completed.
  • 187 Peat Meadow Road New Haven, CT 06513, United States of America - Annex
    Tons of appliances
  • Rotary Archived
    320 Quinnipiac Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Annex
    No one pays attention to the yield signs posted. No one understands how the rotary works, that the car in the rotary has the right away. I have seen almost near death collisions and pedestrians barely escaping being hit! It's a death trap.
  • Woodward Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Annex
    The grass throughout large portions of East Shore Park is over three feet high. It probably has not been cut yet this season. High grass is also growing through some park benches. The pathways are also covered with sticks, and the cracks are getting overgrown with weeds as well. This is very unsightly and embarrassing, as it reflects badly on our neighborhood and city to visitors from outside of it and from within it. It is also a health concern, as the high grass is an exceptional habitat for ticks. Finally, it's a departure from past practice: our parks have historically been very well maintained. I would appreciate the park could be properly maintained as soon as possible.
  • Peat Meadow Park New Haven, CT - Annex
    There's been a huge uptick of homeless sleeping in Peat Meadow Park this summer. Now it appears that they are making shelters out of the play ground equipment. Is there someone of authority that can help these people find the proper shelter as to not be inhabiting a playground where children are playing? Camps are also being set up under the utility poles and evergreen trees adjacent to them.
  • 1-73 Clarendon St East Haven, CT, 06512, USA - Annex
    This guy waited awhile for his dealer who was in a silver Chevy Cruze AB45520 CT
  • 128 Oakley St New Haven, CT 06513, USA - Annex
    The owner of 140 oakley street decited to blow a 3 foot pile of leafs into street after i just cleaned and hauled away all leafs in front of my house....after we just got an email stating we couldnt do that!!
  • Fort Wooster Park New Haven, Connecticut - Annex
    Tree work needed in the entire park, especially the Marlin Estate side. There was a homeless person living in a tent up there, and the garbage is all still there. Trees in the lawn are falling down rotten. Also, the hedge has been "trimmed" - more like shredded (!) by totally inappropriate equipment. The garbage by the bus stop needs to be picked up.
  • 875 959 Townsend Ave New Haven, CT 06512, USA - Annex
    Is this house museum open at all? The New Haven Historical Society website has no information on it and web searches produce very little information except that it was renovated last summer. There should be information posted on the city's website and on the New Haven Historical City's website.
  • Clarendon Street New Haven, Connecticut - Annex
    For telling unsupervised children to stop defacing property you almost get arrested. What is wrong with this picture?
    We just had the flagpole and monument put in last week. A new fence today, but this is what we have to clean up and get harassed in the process.
    The dedication is Saturday and the smell wont even be gone by then.
    It is a sad city that I live in. I am no longer a proud New Haven resident