Ward 21

Open Issues: 93 Closed Issues: 583 Acknowledged Issues: 166
Watching issues created after: 2018-01-04

This is New Haven's ward 21. As of January 1, 2018, Steve Winter is the alder. Emails go to ward21@newhavenct.gov

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  • 315 Whitney Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Bishop-Hine
    The owners of the rear apartment building at 315 Whitney allow cars to park directly in front of the only building entrance/exit. At times it is very difficult to get in and out of the building, especially when the lot is full. If there was ever an emergency it would be next to impossible for emergency access if the lot is full.
  • 678 Orange St New Haven 06511, United States - East Rock
    Red car on milk crates. Tires stolen. Can’t upload photo because app is hinky.
  • 321 Whitney Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Bishop-Hine
    Hard to tell where it's coming from, but just about every night the past week or so (at least), we've heard loud popping-like sounds in the distance from our apartment. Starting after sundown, continuing at least until 11 or so. Anyone else hearing these/know what's going on?
  • 266 Canner St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Prospect Hill


    There is a tree limb which has been burned half way through by a power line that rubbed against it. The power company moved the line, but the limb remains and is going to fall on the sidewalk/Canner Street. This is a heavily trafficked pedestrians street where school children walk to several schools within a block or two of this location. PLEASE trim this limb before someone gets seriously injured. The black area in the photo is the large burned out hole in the limb.

  • 345 St Ronan St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Prospect Hill
    Icy sidewalk around 345 St Ronan Street. The owners seem to be literally the only people in all of New Haven who never ever clear their sidewalk. Same thing every single time it snows.
  • SNOW RELATED Archived
    600 Orange St New Haven 06511, United States - Bishop-Hine
    I thought the city was going to be tougher with snow shoveling enforcement this winter? Walking around East Rock on this slippery morning there are A LOT of unplowed sidewalks. Frustratingly unneighborly!
  • 67 Sachem Street New Haven, Connecticut - Prospect Hill
    East-west (Sachem St) traffic is constantly waiting at a red light while there are no cars on Prospect St as far as the eye can see. The max length of the E-W green light is also pretty short, and the sensor that determines the length of that green light is SUPER aggressive -- if there's a bike, or even too much a gap between cars, it goes right to yellow/red, and everyone coming from Sachem St just has to settle in for another interminable wait until the next green light.
  • Prospect And Edwards New Haven, Connecticut - Prospect Hill
    driving up Edwards street towards Prospect inthe morning, the light does not change and traffic is backed up all the way down Edwards to Whitney ave
  • 133 Goffe Street New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell
    The stoplight at the right turn onto Goffe. The left signal light's red bulb has burned out...the right one is still on.
  • 77 Dickerman Street New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell
    Standing water will not drain. Reported over three and a half years ago. Still know action taken by city. This is a major safety issue when water freezes in the winter which covers the sidewalk and my driveway.
  • 256 Edwards Street New Haven, Connecticut - Bishop-Hine
    Is there anything we can do about the constant use of Edwards Street by large construction vehicles and 18-wheelers? They seemingly drive by regularly at all hours of the day and night, especially in the early morning. They create a lot of noise just driving, and oftentimes they even honk (I'm thinking this must be at the protestors that are regularly at Planned Parenthood on Edwards & Whitney). There are frequently dump trucks that use Edwards St, I think to get to the construction that is happening on Yale's Science Hill. Edwards St seems to be overwhelmingly residential as far as I can tell, and as a result I think should not be used this heavily by construction or commercial vehicles.
  • 205 Edwards Street New Haven, Connecticut - East Rock
    Gigantic tree on corner of Edwards and Livingston Street needs to come down because of its close proximity to the First Baptist Church and danger it imposes on priceless stained glass windows. It also poses problems for the bricks and gutters. Your attention to this matter will be greatly appreciated.