Newfield Road Torrington, Connecticut
When will they fix the drainage on Newfield Road right past the @#$% traveling north? Wait until someone gets killed then react? Dam.... The water runs down the bank to both sides of the road then freezes and stays there. The town just thinks sanding will do the trick. Not.... Almost lost control there several times. I usually don't @#$% about things like this but something needs to be done.
40 Meadowview Drive Torrington, CT
The newly installed LED streetlight does not work. It has not worked since it was first installed. It's on CL&P pole 3593. Please fix this. It is on a part of the street where the road curves and it's really dark.
New Haven and Surrounding Towns, CT
Why don't New Haven and surrounding communities use reflective paint for marking street and highway lanes? When it's raining, you can't see lane indicator lines at all (at least I can't), and it's scary and treacherous.
Reported from my mobile device
Major Besse Dr Torrington, Connecticut
Trash around the school grounds and Besse Pond area is horrible ! " Raider Pride" certainly does not extend to their school grounds or the surrounding area.
This is what visitors see first when coming here for sports and other activities. How embarrassing!!!!!!
Clean it up students, and keep it that way!
Haydon Hill Road @ Upper Valley Road
Large wide cracks , raised and broken pavement in roadway...
8 VotesFix it! Voted!142 Cedar Lane Torrington Ct. 96790
Raised pavement and potholes at end of driveway at 146 Cedar Lane and other areas of Cedar lane. The surface has been filled many fimes but potholes reapear.
I think some areas need to be dug up. When road was resurfaced years ago unstable areas were just paved over.
The side of road where open trenches to collect water run-off from adjacent properties and storm water.
I have lived on Cedar Lane for 27 years and these are the worst conditions ever.
Take a ride down Cedar Lane and experience the road conditions for yourself
Thanks for your consideration and cooperation
2 VotesFix it! Voted!Winsted Winchester, CT, USA
Multiple downed trees the result of several years worth of storms - more than 10 at last count - are filling the Still River in just this section of river alone (bordering college annex and still river commons condos). Some of these trees are wedged in well and are creating large natural dams by collecting other natural and man-made debris - potentially putting the town's flood protection at risk.