6 VotesFix it! Voted!I 95 Northbound Entrance Ramp From Boulevard New Haven, Connecticut
The new on ramp situation dumps oncoming cars right into traffic, it is temporary but very dangerous. there is no room for error and cars are moving at speed on highway with no way to accelerate and merge onto highway
1 VoteFix it! Voted!
98 Second St New Haven, Connecticut 06519
Driveway apron on Second Street SIDE of 370 Greenwich Ave, i.e. in the Second Street dead-end, has been lifted by the roots of a street-tree. Resident seriously damaged her car the first time she used the driveway. It also is a tripping hazard.
- Acknowledged by: City of New Haven
9 VotesFix it! Voted!75 Sea Street New Haven, Connecticut
Many months ago, UI installed a new utility pole at this location. However, the old pole remains there--it looks like its propping up the new pole.
The old pole was placed on a slab of wood by UI in what looks like an attempt to prevent it from falling under the crumbling street curb. Its not working as the picture shows, the soil from under the wood slab is eroding.
In addition to being a safety concern it is an eyesore and very trashy looking. UI tied the two utility poles together with what looks like electrical tape and some wire!
It has stayed this way for at least 6 months. Since this has moved beyond a blight issue due to soil erosion, I am reporting it now.
371 Greenwich Ave. New Haven, Connecticut 06519
Storm drain nearest fire hydrant, at intersection of Greenwich Ave. & Second Street is completely clogged. (Nearest address = 375 Greenwich Ave.) As you can see in attached photo, drain across street works fine; also drain hidden by garbage toters on left of photo (at 86 Second St.) works fine.
During heavy downpours, this intersection completely floods because of this one non-functioning drain next to fire hydrant. When water finally clears, there is nothing on the catch basin grate, and the catch basin does not have much junk in it
--so the clog is INSIDE the sewer pipe.
In the past, the clog has been located approximately under the manhole in the Second Street crosswalk:
i.e. the pipe that goes between the drain near the fire hydrant at 375 Greenwich and the drain in front of 86 Second Street (hidden by the toters in photo).
8 VotesFix it! Voted!296 Greenwich Ave New Haven, Connecticut
sidewalk was new 5 yrs ago now we have holes in the sidewalk due to bad concret,can you handle this before winter sets in?
91 Fourth Street New Haven, Connecticut 06519
And YOU can help make it happen.
Come to our first Greenspace Planting of the Season! On Fourth Street, between Greenwich Ave. and Howard Ave., this Thursday, June 4 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM.
Meet your neighbors and help us continue to transform our neighborhood into one of the most beautiful areas in New Haven. Then enjoy free Ice Pops—for everyone who helps.
“The better you know your neighbors, the safer
your neighborhood becomes.”
Note: We DO plant in the rain, but NOT during thunder storms, to ensure safety.
*To see photo albums of our planting sessions from LAST year go to http://seeclickfix.com/issues/1100813 and scroll down for links of Each Week.
>(Note that THIS year we meet on THURSDAYS./Este año nos reunimos los jueves.)
El Programa de Greenspace en tu vecindario: ¡Venga a nuestra primera plantación de la temporada! en Fourth Street entre Howard y Greenwich Ave, el jueves, 4 de junio, 6 PM-7:30 PM. Conozca a sus vecinos y ayúdanos a crear una de las más bellas zonas de New Haven. Habrá Ice Pops gratis—para todos los que ayudan.
“Cuanto más conoces a tus vecinos, tu vecindario más seguro se convierte.”
Atención: Plantamos en la lluvia, pero NO trabajamos en las tormentas eléctricas, por nuestra seguridad.
~~~Chris Schaefer, Your Neighborhood Master Gardener/
el jardinero maestro de tu vecindario
***Plants are provided for FREE by Yale’s Urban Resources Initiative Greenspace program. For more info about this program go to http://www.environment.yale.edu/uri/programs/community-greenspace/