8 VotesFix it! Voted!All Ansonia, CT
Does the city do ANYTHING for the youth? My children have played multiple sports in-town and the organization, or lack of it, is ridiculous.
Isn't there are Director of Recreation? When you sign your child up (and PAY) to participate in a sport shouldn't they know the time they are committing to? Shouldn't they have coaches instead having whatever parent is able to attend practice be the "coach of the day"?
THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO EFFORT PUT IN BY THE CITY.
119 1/2 Ford St. Ansonia, CT
It says private road, but it also says children at play and has speed limit signs. If it is a private road, who paid for the signs? Why is a city employee plowing it using a city plow who also lives there? Public or private?
5 VotesFix it! Voted!85 Vine Street Ansonia, CT
I have seen this discussed here many times and decided to join the conversation. Sure enough, more snow storms have passed, the city has ignored it's own street parking ban during a storm and now streets are unsafe to pass down. I specifically love where this photo was taken. Have more than one, but it will only allow me to post one.
This tight narrow corner from Vine to Platt Street's is already dangerous and should have "NO PARKING" signs on the right side all year round as cars on the side are hard enough to navigate around without snow, try when they are now surrounded by snow after a storm because they did not move to a driveway or parking lot so the town crew could do their job.
I have not seen ONE thing improve about this all winter long. How about enforcing the ban and while we're at it looking at this dangerous corner and installing some year round no parking signs? Ansonia's streets are NOT parking lots.
2 VotesFix it! Voted!72 Colony Road New Haven, CT
the STOP sign at the intersection of Moreland Road and Colony Road was evidently struck by a vehicle (2/3/14), and is leaning toward the sidewalk. Very difficult for drivers to know the intersection is posted as a STOP (and the map at left is incorrect)
Beaver St Ansonia, CT
When one approaches this intersection from Tremont Street, it is not easy to navigate through because of cars coming up Beaver Street. There's no stop sign on Beaver, and cars frequently speed through this area. The corner of Beaver and Tremont is sharp, and the stop sign on Tremont is set back, so often one has to stop at the sign, start to drive into the intersection, and then stop again to avoid being hit by a car coming up Beaver. If a stop sign were placed on Beaver (at least for northbound traffic), this intersection would be a lot safer.
7 VotesFix it! Voted!124-244 Pershing Dr Ansonia, CT 06401, USA
The traffic island at Clifton and Pershing Drive has no sign telling drivers headed North on Pershing Drive that they must go around it if they are taking a left turn onto Clifton Ave. Some drivers taking a left onto Clifton Ave. go in the wrong lane.
1 VoteFix it! Voted!Schumacher Drive Ansonia, CT
Most folks don't stop at the stop signs and drive on this short road like it's a raceway! I've complained to police nothing happens. Put a speed trap in or better yet, close the road where it meets Pulaski Hi-way.
Connecticut 334 Ansonia, CT 06401, USA
On a daily basis there are drivers that are going from Wakelee Av going straight to Derby Av that stop and go through the red light almost causing accidents with people turning left from Great Hill Rd to Derby Av. The intersection is a T intersection so the drivers going straight are running the red light as there is no right turn to be made