7 VotesFix it! Voted!54 Wall Street New Haven, Connecticut
There is a very dangerous and deep street hole/cave-in on Wall St. around 20 west of Church Street (near Whitney Humanities Center).
Clearly the ground has been swept away under the asphalt. Just a matter of time when someone will drive over and cave it in
16 VotesFix it! Voted!161 Church Street New Haven, Connecticut
Got the following phone call and text from the city's EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER from the major exhorting me to sign up for health insurance. While laudable, this is hardly an emergency and certainly not a reason to call me in the middle of the day on my cellphone.
Please use the EOC system for genuine emergencies. If you need to communicate non-emergencies, please set up a non-emergency system that we can sign up for separately.
Abuse of the EOC is likely to result in people dropping EOC reception, which will impede the ability of the city to communicate during genuine emergencies.
Hi, this is Mayor Toni Harp, and I want to provide you with some important information about signing up for health insurance.
There are free health insurance enrollment events every week in the City of New Haven where you will be able to meet one-on-one with trained and certified individuals who can answer questions and enroll you and your family in health care coverage.
The Access Health CT open enrollment period officially closes on March 31st. After March 31st, you will be eligible to apply for health insurance through Access Health CT only if you have changes in your personal circumstances or if you qualify for Husky.
Please visit the City of New Haven’s website at www.cityofnewhaven.com or call the New Haven Health Department at 203-946-6999 for more information, and to find the locations of these enrollment events. I encourage all residents to take advantage of this opportunity.
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6 VotesFix it! Voted!226-250 Orange Street New Haven, Connecticut
this piece of metal will definatly cut someone who isn't wearing steel toed shoes. Its sticking up through the asphalt mound thats covering something and is about 2"high and SHARP
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Audobon Street New Haven, Connecticut
The alleyway under the Foundry Building is always filthy (and particularly bad today), with garbage and cigarette butts. There's a new trash bin that is really dirty. Not a public area? Can the City encourage or require the landlords to keep it clean?
77-99 High St New Haven, CT 06511, USA
Three or four parking spaces on High Street immediately south of Elm Street are continuously occupied by the cars of federal government employees who work at the Yale post office. They place "U.S. Postal Service - Official Business" placards on the dashboards of their personal vehicles and never put money in the parking meters. The taxpayers of New Haven are furnishing free parking for these federal employees who should be paying for their parking just as all other workers in the downtown area must pay. Apparently, the New Haven parking authorities have readily accepted this practice, since none of the cars are ever ticketed, even though the parking meters always indicate "expired."
3 VotesFix it! Voted!
420 Temple St New Haven, Connecticut
UI has recently installed new high intensity lamps on Temple, presumably for safety of Yale students. New light on pole 26 shines in the bedroom windows of residents. Light could be redirected to light the sidewalk below rather than the building frontages across the street.