6 VotesFix it! Voted!364 Edgewood Ave New Haven, Connecticut
Attention Department of Children and Families (DCF).
Report of child abuse: the parents of children at this address are teaching their children to ride ATVs and dirt bikes on the street, sidewalks and in the edgewood mall and park.
It is only a matter of time before they seriously hurt themselves or someone else.
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1446 Ella T Grasso Blvd New Haven, Connecticut
Severe sidewalk, curb damage......
Please repair the sidewalk on my block. Children are constantly tripping and falling outside my house. The sidewalk is a dangerous hazard to walk on and even more so when it snows. When it snows we can not shovel and people slip and fall.
58 VotesFix it! Voted!414 Whalley Ave New Haven, CT 06511
Given Whalley Ave's expansive width and high traffic volumes, and given business owners' desire to transform this space into an urban boulevard from a urban design standpoint, Whalley Avenue from the Fountain St intersection to Broadway would be the ideal location for a European/New York City-style physically separated bike lane. Ideally, this cycle track should spend most time on sidewalk level, as seen in the attached photo.
722 Elm Street New Haven, Connecticut
My side walk has become so damaged that I may have to put up caution tape it has become not passible.
This issue can't wait another year I pay my taxes and should have this problem resolved.
551-583 Edgewood Avenue New Haven, Connecticut
On my way in to downtown this morning I saw yet another incident of dumping, this time it is two tires, on the sidewalk near Edgewood Park. Please pick these up, it makes it look like we encourage this sort of activity. Why are there no "NO DUMPING" signs in this area that indicate the fine involved for dumping?
165 Norton St New Haven, CT 06511, USA
There are frequent accidents and near-misses at the intersection of Norton and Maple. There have been two serious collisions here this summer (one this morning), each hurling one of the impacted cars up onto the sidewalk, narrowly missing the utility pole. (The next time it could hit the pole, a parked car -- which has happened in the past -- or a house.) This occurs because Maple St. has stop signs and Norton Street has nothing, so the east-west travelers on Maple pause and then keep going, while the north-south travelers on Norton speed into them. It is also difficult for the cars on Maple Street to SEE oncoming traffic proceeding on Norton Street due to parked cars. We need a change - a traffic light, 4 way stop or at LEAST better signage on Maple Street warning drivers that the Norton St traffic does not stop and has the right of way.
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