New Haven Ward 1

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Watching issues created after: 2010-02-22

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  • 1035 Chapel Street Yale University, Old Campus, New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Downtown
    Upper green is a mess. Pack of shouting homeless people with shipping carts, one in a brown leather jacket who's so drunk that the rest of them are yelling at him to sit down before he falls over. Also a bunch of kids on a bench rolling a joint. Where are the cops?!?
  • Broadway And York New Haven, CT - Dixwell
    Bike parking needed along Broadway and York - bikes are locked to all available posts (which are not bike racks) and there still isn't enough space. What about taking out a parking space for bike parking along York?
  • Temple St New Haven, CT - Downtown
    Would the city PLEASE consider instituting a noise ordinance? The LOUD motorcycles, dirtbikes, booming stereos, sirens, is tiring. It makes nice sunny days seem MUCH less so. Walking downtown with children should not mean having to have them wear ear plugs. This city - and its noise - is quite literally driving young families out into nearby areas. A noise ordinance, if enforced, would change our city for the better. PLEASE consider it.
  • 1032 Chapel St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Town_Green
    Has anyone else noticed that there's no place in New Haven to shop for reasonable, relatively inexpensive clothing? With all the emphasis on creating a downtown that meets the needs of the community, no one has stopped to think that residents can't just pull on a pair of papayas from the new co-op at 360 when they get dressed in the morning. Sure, there are a few expensive boutiques and specialty stores, but the Gap is gone and I can't even find a pair of underwear anywhere. Either find some decent mid-priced stores that sell adults' and kids' clothes (H&M or Old Navy would be nice, if you go with chains), or establish a shuttle that goes back and forth to the suburban malls.
  • 118 146 Church St New Haven, CT - Town_Green
    Extremely loud. Please remove these from the streets.
  • 927-963 Chapel St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Downtown
    The huge oak that was felled in the storm could be turned into great park benches for the green.
  • Chapel Street New Haven, CT - Town_Green
    the school next to wooster street that used to be carreer high yrs ago. im sorry dont know what it is now. there is a traffic post as u enter the schools driveway and someone attached an obama sucks sticker on it, i cut tru this parking lot every day and my 9yrs reads it wondering why people have to
    b so ignorant.
  • 181-193 York Street New Haven, Connecticut - Yale University Campus
    Today, Thursday March 12 at 4:35pm a group of about 6-8 young men on dirtbikes rode West up Chapel street past the art museum and turned right onto York street heading toward Elm. They were weaving through traffic around cars and pedestrians. Complete disregard for traffic laws, red lights or safety. Maybe this is the year New Haven rids itself of the dirt bike epidemic?
  • 161 Temple Street New Haven, Connecticut - Town_Green
    Currently bus riders can not see when the next bus is coming. Please add GPS tracking the buses as well as the ability to pay by credit card.
  • 906 Chapel St New Haven, CT 06510, USA - Town_Green
    At the CTTransit station on Chapel Street, cars always pull in to the separate lane for buses. Why not paint the lane and mark that it's clearly for buses only. It can even contribute to making the street look nicer, too, if you use a nice color. If you really want to go for the win - use something like the new material for crosswalks we've got.
  • Chapel And York St New Haven, Connecticut - Dwight
    there is not enough bike parking here. see photo.
  • 301-347 College St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Downtown
    The lovely green, New Haven's front lawn -- open for all to come and enjoy -- is almost always a littered mess.
    I'm not saying we should arrest litters, but begin issuing tickets for littering. It's a small, quality-of-life step that can yield large results. Clean the Green, a small effort that can sow pride. We all -- even the thoughtless litterers -- feel better when the world around us isn't a filthy mess. And if the city won't crack down, we can do it ourselves; just carry a plastic grocery bag with you and pick up after you messy brothers and sisters when you get the chance. It's good exercise.