326 Howard Ave New Haven, CT, 06519, USA - City Point
there are 4 cars parked on this corner on first st and howard ave #1 is a white chevy van on moves this van when they clean the streets then #2 is a blk merceds this car has been reported over the past 2 yrs had expired texas plates on it has been ticketed a number o f times needs to be removed from our street.#3 older model bmw green and white has vermont plated on it has never left this street in the past 2 yrs only gats moved in the summer when the streets get cleaned time to remove it permently #4 a tan mercedes station wagon another eye sore these cars are taken up 4 parking space which should be for the folks paying car taxes and insurance and registration in ct. we watch the folks who own these cars push them by hand all over firsty street to move them the ones they can start they have to put a battery in it right now i think they havd no batteries in a few of these cars .its time to stop puting tickets on these cars and tow them away enough is enough.
77 First St New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
White Chevrolet van has NO PLATES and has been parked on First St, between Greenwich & Howard Aves for over a year. Should have been registered in CT many, many months ago. Owner is not paying New Haven car tax that’s due. Needs to be ticketed and booted. “Listen, I know you hate waiting at the DMV to register vehicles. Now you don’t have to! Just park your unregistered vehicle at The First Street Illegal Car Zone™ where no one will ever notice that your car doesn’t even have plates!”
White Chevy van has expired temporary plate 40725D4, expired Aug 20, 2019. Please ticket. NOTE that this is an ongoing problem on this block: multiple illegally-registered-out-of-state vehicles. All belong to 1st floor tenant of 80 First St. WHY can't this be taken care of? This has been going on for YEARS!! On This one block of First St! If the city really doesn't need tax revenue, is there a way for the rest of us to opt out of paying taxes? Please explain how one does so and I'll share this opt-out-of-taxes information will all my neighbors!
There is no in-road pedestrian sign at this busy mid-block crosswalk. This crosswalk is very long and pedestrians have quite a distance to cross. I have not seen the in-road pedestrian signs at other busy mid-block crosswalks elsewhere downtown. For the safety of everyone who uses these mid-block crossing, these should be replaced as soon as possible.
Thanks very much.
I am a monthly user of this non-paved outdoor lot and there are numerous large potholes at the entrance and throughout the lot that present a hazard to vehicles. In past year these potholes were filled with gravel, but they have not been filled them this year.
South Water Street New Haven, Connecticut - City Point
The "City Point Kitchen" restaurant (South Water Street) has placed a large sign advertising their business blocking the handicapped ramp leading up to the sidewalk.I Have a handicapped family member who lives in this area and resent this lack of consideration for others. Ironically, the restaurant owner is medical doctor! One would think he would know better. Placing the sign on city property is illegal. Blocking a handicapped ramp with a private business sign adds immoral to the mix.
Drivers are routinely making illegal left turns traveling northwest on Sea St on to Ella Grasso Blvd. Not only does this hold up traffic through the intersection, a driver behind a left-turning vehicle has to stop suddenly when the car in front stops unexpectedly. I have watched several close calls coming from the other direction, and had my own close calls when drivers don't signal their intentions and just stop to wait to make the turn. There needs to be much more enforcement in this dangerous intersection.
tan Mercedes station wagon has temporary marker plate that expired over a month ago. It soon will be replaced by yet another 'temporary' marker plate, as has been done for years now. In the meantime, please ticket this vehicle. >>This is just one of MULTIPLE illegally-registered vehicles on this single block of First St, between Howard & Greenwich Aves. Most (if not all) belong to the first floor tenant of 80 First St. I've been trying to get this taken care of for about a year--with no results. Apparently it's easier to raise our property taxes rather than collect what's due from these scofflaws.