Pedestrian traffic signals are a real pain in New Haven, especially on Whalley Ave, because a walker has to wait through at least two light changes to get the "walk" signal, and the "don't walk" signal prevents the pedestrian from going with the green light. Drivers know this, and they will run over any pedestrian crossing with the green light. I used to walk to work from Ellsworth to York and back, but it took forever because of having to wait several minutes at each light. These "walk/don't walk signals are helpful for disabled pedestrians but are an obstruction to the ordinary walker. "Pedestrians should always have the right to cross on green.
This sidewalk has been damaged 4/5 years I have made complaints to the city several times I am a disabled veteran and have fallen several times entering my home just wondering if Parks and Rec or someone from the city is going to make repairs on the sidewalk.
There is a feral cat eating a squirrel in my yard. This has been an ongoing issue with the cats living in the abandoned garage next door. A few of the kittens were apparently removed, but the adult cats are still living there. This needs to be taken care of-the number of cats continues to increase.
1–21 Diamond St New Haven 06515, United States - Beaver Hills
This is become the new norm for the people who live along the section of diamond street to park their vehicles on the public sidewalk forcing myself and my dog to walk in the street with the oncoming cars to fly around the corner we almost were hit today there are four car is currently parked there at 6:18 PM on Tuesday I would like to see this addressed it’s become an ongoing issue and it’s become a major problem where people are almost getting hit and miss these intersections with in the square block
When the City of New Haven makes up the list of roads to be paved in the Spring, Osborn Avenue from Goffe to Dyer Street and Glenn Road from Osborn to Boulevard need to be on this list. They haven't been paved in over 40 years!!!!!