LCI - Whalley/Edgewood/Beaver Hills PLUS

Open Issues: 246 Closed Issues: 3 411 Acknowledged Issues: 320
Watching issues created after: 2016-05-17

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  • 250 Crescent St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Beaver Hills
    there are several dead trees and brush along side Crescent at the bend near Roger White Dr. Some are encroaching the bike lane, not to mention being highly unsightly. please clean it up.
  • 198-284 West Park Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    West park Ave needs to be swept for construction debris after work on whalley Ave.
    Large bolt stuck in tire from where construction vehicles were parked.
    See attached photo. This was from SAT 12/17/2016
  • 453 Ellsworth Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Beaver Hills
    The porch on the building at 453 Ellsworth is collapsing. The building has been vacant for a number of years, and is owned by the State of CT. It was formerly a DMR Group Home for many years.
  • Whalley Ave & Sherman Ave New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Dixwell
    The E/W, N/S pedestrian signals are out for the lights at the intersection. No walk icon, no countdown.
  • 232 Ellsworth Ave New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    Once again, without notice, the water is off at 232 Ellsworth Ave, probably for repairs. I called Pike's office, but when I said it wasn't in my apartment but the building itself, they hung up and went to voicemail. This is typical. The city is in the Independent relating to lead problems. Why not this continuous treatment of the tenants here? Once again, refer to all my previous emails about the problems here.
  • 491 Whalley Ave New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Beaver Hills
    Broken pedestrian signal on the corner of Whalley Ave and Ella Grasso Blvd.
  • 459 Ellsworth New Haven, CT - Beaver Hills

    The resident has an unsightly hamburger stand or lunch counter that is a commercial vehicle parked on a residential property and it is unregistered. This resident must Park this vehicle out of sight or in a commercial vehicle storage area where it belongs. The housing code does not authorize unregistered commercial vehicles to be parked in a residential driveway for all neighbors to have to look uat.

    Not only is this still an issue, somehow this issue was removed from the seeclickfix site before it was ever even acknowledged by LCI. I don't think that is fair to the neighbors who have to see this monstrosity everyday and somehow the resident kniws someone who can help them remove the improper condition from this site without being held accountable to correct this condition.

  • 136 Blake Street New Haven, Connecticut - Beaver Hills
    This old service station is a mess. The property needs cleaning up.
  • Traffic/Road Safety Acknowledged
    825 Elm Street New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    Piles of leaves in the road on Elm Street between Norton and Boulevard. They were blown into the road by workmen for the landlord who owns many of the similarly-painted houses there, instead of being bagged and removed. They're piled along the sides of the road and are blocking the storm drains, causing the roadways to flood. This is a safety hazard and needs to be addressed asap.
  • Elm St & Winthrop Ave New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Edgewood
    Traffic signal at Winthrop and Elm has not worked for about a week, and collisions have almost happened. This needs to be fixed ASAP because it also serves as a bus stop.
  • 112 Hubinger St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Edgewood
    Found this truck parked in my driveway yesterday morning. Was parked on Eldert for weeks. Now is blocking me from getting a car out of that garage. Called police yesterday morning and was told that if parked in private driveway that they will not do anything about it. I need a way to contact this owner to have them move it.
  • 44 Diamond St. New Haven, Connecticut - Beaver Hills
    This house was finally purchased this year and it seemed as if something were to be done with it. However, a dumpster was stationed in the driveway and people have come by in their dump trucks and filled the dumpster with their garbage while nothing else seems to have been done at this house. It is an eyesore and needs to be handled sooner rather than later. City of New Haven: please contact the new owner and get something going on the renovation of this house.