Bellavista New Haven

Open Issues: 503 Closed Issues: 2,508 Acknowledged Issues: 357
Watching issues created after: 2016-07-02

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  • Parks Request Archived
    41 Cold Spring St New Haven 06511, United States - East Rock
    Overflowing trash cans in the pavilion area of East Rock Park’s College Woods. Animals are breaking into all the loose trash and spreading garbage all over the park. This is now happening EVERY weekend! I took this photo on Sunday morning, so the additional trash of an another entire day of weekend park visitors still needs to be accommodated. It’s a mockery of to all of us who work hard to keep our parks and public space clean. Our Youth at Work just spent all summer laboring to pick up trash in the park. Mayor Harp, Becky Bombero, what are you going to do to address this ongoing problem? The status quo is unsustainable and unacceptable.
  • 171 Orange St New Haven, CT 06510, USA - Town_Green
    Panhandlers & Loiterers
  • Meadow Walk New Haven Connecticut - Fair Haven Heights

    Last summer this issue with these people playing very loud music was reported here by someone else. It's the same issue again.

    They're at it again. It is 1:30 a.m. and it's so loud you can hear it all over the neighborhood from Foxon to Hemingway and a guy gets on a MC'ing mic which is ridiculously loud. They should have been told last year that they have to stop at 11:00 p.m.. Rock concerts are stopped at 11:00 in residential areas and it's why the Yale Bowl stopped having rock concerts many years ago. This is no different.

    Aren't citations issued, especially for repeat offenders? If they had been told last year then they should know. We're not going to go through this all summer again. People deserve their sleep! Shutting windows doesn't help even as far away as I am, but it's also warm now and everyone doesn't have air conditioning. Either way what they're doing is wrong, inconsiderate and selfish. This is not a rare event such as two times per summer. This is often and it hasn't always been on just Saturday nights and I recall more than one night in row several times.

    It's around some apartments between Foxon and Hemingway St on the right side headed south. I reported it to the police. Please enforce these issues. Some people do have to get up early in the morning.

  • SNOW RELATED Archived
    Nash St New Haven, Connecticut - East Rock
    Why do plows continuously plow toward the even side of the street and up against all cars. The odd side of the street is completely open.
  • 231 Orange St New Haven, CT 06510, USA - Town_Green
    String of vehicle break-ins continues in 9th square, especially Orange St. Customers are becoming unwilling to park on street and businesses are losing foot traffic. Reports of over 40 break-ins this month should trigger higher security in this area at night. 6 occurred in one lot this past Saturday alone.
  • 611-15 Orange St New Haven 06511, United States - Bishop-Hine
    They spend all day circling like vultures to tow illegally parked cars during street sweeping but when it comes time for lunch at Nicas, every one of them is parked illegally. This one in a handicap spot, all the others at the bus stop on the corner. Who’s gonna tow them
  • Whitney Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Yale University Campus

    Almost a day after the snowstorm ended, Whitney Avenue, the main North-South street in the city, has STILL not been cleared and it is still covered with several inches of snow and ice and slush. Why aren't there plows out there NOW (at 2:30 PM) clearing the street? Who is responsible for supervising snow clearance in the winter? They seem to be either absent or incompetent.

    Snow clearance in New Haven is always very poor in the winter, but this might be even poorer than usual. Every winter when you drive down Whitney Avenue from Hamden after a snowstorm, the streets have been nicely cleared in Hamden, but they are still covered with snow as soon as you cross the in New Haven line. The surrounding towns always do a much better job of snow clearance than New Haven. Why?

  • 56 Hillhouse Ave New Haven 06511, United States - Prospect Hill
    Where are the in-street pedestrian crossing signs?
    I watched a pedestrian stuck trying to cross Sachem at Hillhouse. No cars would stop for her - I actually had to stop traffic with my bicycle!
    As I was cycling home through East Rock I wondered...where are all the in-street pedestrian crossing signs?
    I don't see them anywhere.
    As someone who remembers a time when they weren't allowed in New Haven, having the in-street pedestrian signs regularly, proactively installed is a small but important victory for all of us in the traffic safety community.
  • 900 Chapel Street New Haven, Connecticut - Town_Green
    Very strong odor inside the building, many residents believe it is a gas leak, no one appears to be responding
  • Traffic/Road Safety Acknowledged
    114 Foster Street New Haven, Connecticut - East Rock
    Crosswalk pedestrian signal needed at Foster and Eagle streets. There is a lot of stroller and dog traffic in this neighborhood, cars go too quickly down Foster, and with street parking on both sides of the street, it can be a challenge to see oncoming traffic. Something to slow or stop traffic to allow for safe street crossing is necessary. Thank you.
  • 415 Orange Street New Haven, Connecticut - Downtown
    About 7:45 p.m. last night another pair of cars, yet again, fall victim to the green light on Trumbull and left turn arrow from I-91—stopping just short of the handicap ramp at the southeast corner of the intersection. No one was hurt only the cars were severely damaged.
    This is the classic case of an accident waiting to happen.
    Cannot we think our way out of this on-going situation and do something with the timing of the lights or put speed bumps on Trumbull Street (as recommended by the officer out there today)?
  • See Click Fix New Haven, CT - Downtown
    Does anybody else think that there should be a desperate section on SCF for "junk on sidewalk" posts? It just seems to me that there are too many of these and they do little to solve the issue. New Haven isn't overflowing with debris, but you would think otherwise reading through on a daily basis.