LCI - Dixwell PLUS

Open Issues: 89 Closed Issues: 1,054 Acknowledged Issues: 110
Watching issues created after: 2016-05-17

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  • This Could Be... Acknowledged
    150 Munson St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Dixwell

    This Could Be A Little Library

    "We plan to build and install free book boxes (sometimes known as "Little Free Libraries"), stocked by volunteers and supported by the community, in various locations around the city."

  • 18 Compton St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Dixwell
    HELLO THERE ARE LIVE WIRES DOWN ON COMPTON STREET AND THE SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS WILL NOT COME DOWN THE STREET BECAUSE OF THIS, PLEASE ADDRESS IT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE...............
  • 21 Compton Street New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell
    Compton Street was not swept during the last three regular sweeping cycles nor drains cleaned during additional times
    The residents living on this street would like this to be
    remedied
    Please!
  • Potholes Archived
    16 Tilton St New Haven 06511, United States - Dixwell
    Tilton Street is in desperate need of re-paving.
  • 68 Mansfield Street New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell

    68 Mansfield Street, Yale-owned building, ever put trash cans away, garbage accumulates on sidewalk.

    For MONTHS!!!!

  • Graffiti Archived
    47 Townsend St New Haven 06511, United States - Dixwell
    Mildly impressed but not fair for bus goers who want to see through the glass.
  • 136 Mansfield St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Dixwell
    3 days ago the street sweeper truck broke down, spilling some kind of lubricant in the street and in the grass strip. they lay down some dirt, but is has still not been cleaned. Today it will rain and wash into the storm drain and into the Sound. This needs to be cleaned up properly, and the contaminated soil on the grass strip should be removed. This is an environmental hazard and the state REP should have gotten a report.
  • 46 Mansfield Street New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell
    Sort of tire of months of trash and recycling thrown around the yard. And there are actually people living there, who are too lazy to do anything.
  • 43 Woodland St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Dixwell
    It's why they do it. Because they know the city is dysfunctional.
  • Potholes Archived
    2–38 Charles St New Haven 06511, United States - Dixwell
    Previous patch falling apart in front of 23 Charles
  • 44 Winchester Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell
    City tree has caused sidewalk to buckle as well as the curb. Sidewalk is a tripping safety hazard. I have tripped and have observed many pedestrians doing the same. I know I am responsible for keeping the sidewalk clean/shoveled but I do not believe I am responsible for any damages caused by the tree planted by the city. Thank you.
  • This Could Be... Acknowledged
    88 Canal St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Monterey Place

    This Could Be Scantlebury Skateparklet.

    From the application to http://couldbefund.com:

    "Our project is a skateboarding parklette built within Scantlebury Park, intended to use skateboarding to connect the New Haven residents with the Yale community in an equitable way. Historically, the two communities have been separated both physically and socially. In providing a new space at the apex of several New Haven neighborhoods and Yale’s campus, this project offers a new opportunity for these communities to come together. Moreover, it positions the communities as equals. The project would be a joint venture between Yale University (The Yale Undergraduate Skateboarding Union & Schwarzman Center) and citizens of New Haven and be developed by both Yale personnel and New Haven residents. "

    "Our project requires approximately 4,000 square feet of unused city land on Scantlebury Park. In addition, we will require a contractor and/or designer with experience in skatepark design and construction. We are currently working to gain the assistance of one or more members of the Yale School of Architecture to collaborate and assist on our final park design.

    Both the Scantlebury Park location and skateboarding culture hold unique potential for accomplishing our goals because they exist at the intersection of dynamic communities of place and of practice. The park is situated in Dixwell, one of the city’s more underserved neighborhoods, while also on the frontier of Yale’s campus. Culturally, skateboarding is the nucleus of a creative community that values design, painting, photography, film, music and entrepreneurship, along with athletic expression. Geographically and culturally, this project offers a community space with uncommonly low barriers to entry and many thereof. "