44 Tilton Street New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell
This Pike International property has once again become a growing dump with animals burrowing into the trash. It’s a health menace and an unsightly scene.
Please have this removed at once. Also, on the western side of the property are mattresses, ladders, plywood and other crapola.
Departing tenants told us there are fire code and health code violations throughout the building. This must be investigated.
2 Winchester Avenue New Haven Connecticut - Dixwell
As the new residential colleges near completion, I have observed increased pedestrian and bike traffic crossing Winchester Ave at Sachem St.
As a pedestrian, it's a very stressful and dangerous intersection to cross. Even though there are Ped X-ing signs, vehicles are approaching from perpendicular directions, and while vehicles from one direction may stop for pedestrians, vehicles from the other may not be able to see them. I miss the stop sign that used to be at the intersection, and I strongly urge New Haven to consider either replacing the stop sign, or installing pedestrian lights so that drivers can adequately see pedestrians.
68 Mansfield Street New Haven, Connecticut - DixwellYale construction workers pull up at 68 Mansfield street every day and park all day using Zone 7 visitor tags illegally. White work van uses visitor tag, other car and pickup truck have no tags at all.
39 Winchester Ave New Haven, Connecticut - DixwellThis car belongs to someone that clearly walks over to the Yale health building for work. It is never here in the weekends and they always park about 7:45a and are still there between 5:30-6:30pm. This has gone on for months. I'm sure this isn't the only car however its the most consistent violator.
Tilton St. New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE REPAVE TILTON STREET. It is dangerous to bicyclists, scrapes up the bottom of vehicles, and is in too bad of shape to be "patched up." We've been reporting this for the past several years.
Interestingly, I looked back through SeeClickFix issues and found road repave requests dating back to 2013.
Farmington Canal Heritage Trl New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - DixwellA pickup truck full of what appeared to be broken furniture somehow managed to smash through the wooden fence between the Farmington Canal Trail and Canal St (closest to 136 Canal St) yesterday. I'm told it tried to drive away down the trail, was stopped by the barriers, backed up through the hole it had made, and drove off.
30-36 Winchester Ave New Haven Ct 06511 United States - DixwellThis stretch of road is covered in potholes. Please repair. Cold patch does not stick - it needs to be dug up and patched.
81 Winchester New Haven, Connecticut - DixwellAbout 10 years ago we tried to get LCI to deal with the abandoned ruin next to 79 Winchester. They said it was not in danger of collapse, so they couldn't do anything.
The roof has now been collapsed for several years, so why can't the city require the owners to either repair it, or take it over itself and demolish it? We have never understood why it takes New Haven decades to follow up on this kind of blight, and would love an answer to help us understand.
6–20 Webster St New Haven 06511, United States - Monterey PlaceDear Parking Enforcement: Every time there is an event at Scantlebury Park, we end up with cars parked illegally on both sides of Webster Street between Ashmun & Winchester. Does the city suspend the on-street parking laws during an event at the park? I sure hope not. What if we have a fire at one of the homes on this street? What if emergency equipment needs to get through - what then? Yes, I called the NHPD and reported it... but the cars are still there.
56 Mansfield Street New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell
Well, he's at it again. The property owner cleans his yard by blowing everything across the street (Sunday, 10/14/2018). The owner, who works in real estate with CBRE New England, has been doing the same thing for a few years, and the city is unwilling to do anything about it, in spite of complaints from the neighbors every year.
What would it take for the city to give this guy a ticket, so he acts more civilly?
56 Mansfield Street New Haven, Connecticut - DixwellWe really don't understand why the owner of 56 Mansfield Street doesn't understand that you can't clean your property of leaves by just blowing them somewhere else. Once again, he has blown them all into the street. It just isn't very nice.
Unfortunately, the only thing that will work in New Haven is to give people tickets.
55 Lock Street New Haven, Connecticut - DixwellWe came across a groundhog that was frantically wandering in the street near Yale Health. Apparently someone had stopped and taken its baby into a car, so it was confused and panicked. It is unlikely anything can be done, but we thought it worth posting to SCF that people should not take wild animals!