72 Nicoll Street New Haven, Connecticut
On my block, as requested by the City, almost all residents parked on the even numbered side of the street. They were REWARDED about 4:15 today when a city snowplow came and piled BLOCKS of icy snow up to their car door handles and blocked the driveways of the residents. Most of these cars and driveways had already been shoveled out by HAND. How does anyone justify that kind of behavior??????
Bishop St. New Haven, CT
On Bishop, between State St. and Orange St., multiple Christmas trees were not picked up on trash collection days before the Jan 12 snow storm. City instructions said they were still being picked up as of week of Jan 10, and should be placed with trash bins (which they were). Now they are buried under feet of snow. Will they ever be collected?
106 Bishop St New Haven, CT
Earlier this week, snow removed from driveway/lot at 101 Bishop St was dumped on the street in front of 106/108 Bishop St. The resulting mountain of snow partially blocked the driveway at 106/108, making it extremely difficult for snow removal contractor (without the same big equipment) to clear 106/108 driveway, and creating a very dangerous blockage to viewing traffic. Owner of 101 Bishop should have snow mountain removed from street in front of 106/108 Bishop, and be ticketed for illegal dumping.
11 VotesFix it! Voted!650 Orange Street And 180 Edwards Street New Haven, Connecticut
The tree located between 2 driveways (behind 650 Orange St, next to 180 Edwards St) is HOLLOW. The snowplow hired by 173 Edwards st, with tremendous force, plows their driveway out, across Edwards Street and smashed the snow against this HOLLOW tree with such a tremendous force that it concerns these landlords - the tree is in grave danger from this repeated hi-speed plowing, that it may be forced over ant topple, damaging homes and garage!· Reported by snow removal practices problematic to tree and neighbors (Guest) · Share · Flag Flagged
5 VotesFix it! Voted!Orange St And Bishop St New Haven, CT 06511, USA
athe sidewalk in front of the doorway at 625 orange street has a very dangerous hole - roughly 1' across, and maybe 4" deep. it had been in bad shape prior to this but has worsened with winter conditions. i attempted to place the heaved chunk back into it's spot, but it's still dangerously higher than the rest of the sidewalk. removing it will create a dangerously deep hole. with more snow and ice coming, this is an accident waiting to happen.
12 VotesFix it! Voted!Whitney Ave New Haven, CT
Why is it Hamden can plow two full lanes yet New haven can barely got one and a half. Every year. PUSH IT BACK PLEASE. Traffic was and is backed up to Hamden line due to ineffective plowing-
Pearl St New Haven, CT
I want to say thank you to Doug Hausladen, Mayor Harp, and all the folks at DPW who listened to us, and did a great job at snow push back and removal. I know there are some folks who may not be satisfied, but over all I think this has been a major improvement from years past. And I hope that going forward, there will be a policy in place that will be effective and not break the bank.
Thank you again.
Corner Of Edwards And Orange Streets New Haven, East Rock, CT
The giant plows have created a frustrating and dangerous situation from about 100 ft before the edwards/orange st intersection, around the corner and onto orange street. The plow completely blocked the garage/driveway access for 650 Orange street and blocked the corner of orange street that had previously been cleared for pedestrians to cross Orange street. The boulders of frozen snow were plowed in place during the city's maneuvers in the middle of the night, where everthing froze in place - this is simply not the way to go about clearing streets - and wreaking havoc for unsuspecting property owners! PLEASE DIRECT MUNICIPAL WORKS DEPARTMENT TO VISIT THIS SITE AND CLEAR THE AREA PROPERLY - THIS SHOULD HAVE BEEN TAKEN CARE OF PROPERLY IN THE FIRST PLACE - DO THE RIGHT THING!
1-17 Eld Street New Haven, Connecticut
Whoever plows the parking lot or driveway here keeps dumping mounds of snow three or four feet high sticking out into the road. They block in cars park near the driveway making it take two to three times as long to shovel out and significantly reduce the width of the road making it far too narrow to be safe.