2 VotesFix it! Voted!28 Perkins Street New Haven, Connecticut
This light has been out now for at least two months. I have called numerous numbers in city hall and still have not gotten this light fixed....WHAT IS THE PROBLEM!!!!!!!!!! Nobody gets back to you from these different depts. Please lets try and get this matter taken care of ASAP..... My next step might be one of the local news stations, then maybe we can get this solved........
223a Front Street New Haven, CT
Recently the electrical lights along Front Street have been replaced. The LED street light that was attached to the pole outside my bedroom window has been moved. The light was raised much higher on the pole then the previous one. I have replaced my window shades and still very bright LED light is shinning through my bedroom window at night, I have not slept since. I noticed down the street one of the lights has a shade that directs the light away from the homes. Is it possible to have this light moved lower on the pole like the previous one or install a shade to prevent it from shinning in my bedroom. Please help. Thank you
9 VotesFix it! Voted!59-73 Grafton St New Haven, Connecticut
Continual Drinking like An After Hours Club @ Chatham Sq. Park from 930am til THE PARTYS OVER!
This is VISABLE from RESIDENTS HOMES.
Then ALL THE EMPTY BOTTLES & CANS are thrown on Parks Lawn & City Street, when they leave, this is An Ongoing Quality Of Life Issue with this City Park, & NOT APPRECIATED BY RESIDENTS.
Please ADDRESS ASAP.
18 VotesFix it! Voted!155/153 Lombard St New Haven, Connecticut
The issues are blight and vermin. 155/153 Lombard St has absentee landlords who are allowing their property to deteriorate. Racoons and squirrels have been seen coming in and out of the house, where they have built nests, causing health and safety issues. The shingles are falling off the house making it not only unsightly, but attracting vermin to make nests.
These issues are reducing the value of my home and the properties of owner occupied single and multifamily homes as well as any absentee landlord who might be taking good care of their properties.
I work with Chatham Square Neighborhood Association, and am on the EDC of said organization. Several members of this organization and I have formed Fair Haven Forward. We are trying to make this neighborhood one where people will want to come visit, shop, live and work. But houses like this will keep good people away. Tenants and home buyers will look elsewhere. I know I wish I did! But I was told this problem was being resolved. Instead it has gotten worse.
Atwater St New Haven, CT 06513, USA
There will be an Emergency Order No Parking ban on Saturday, September 26th, both sides of Atwater St., between Chatham St. and Grafton St., due to a block party.
11 VotesFix it! Voted!95 Clinton Ave 3rd Fl New Haven, Connecticut
Women and her dog living in deplorable conditions house is over run with items( hoarder) No hot water ,NO WORKING BATHROOM!! The smell is getting out of control ,Young children live in the building also..This women is on meds ..she smokes ..she is a danger to her self and her neighbors .She needs help ..No-one knows how to help herr!!
3 VotesFix it! Voted!1-19 Bright Street New Haven, Connecticut
Both sides of sidewalks are messesd up its been more than 2weeks and hasn't been repaired I am concerned that my kids have to walk on the street to get to school please have someone check it out thanks
- Acknowledged by: City of New Haven
4 VotesFix it! Voted!44 Grafton St New Haven, Connecticut
Extenstive remodeling being done to entire interior, daily drilling in walls can be heard & a gentleman comes in his old Camry, with electrical wiring and tools in trunk, work being done is visiable from ground with wiring being pulled to third floor & homes in rear on Pine ST & in park see workers for several months now working & parking in backyard accessing property bringing tools, & materials.
Home was a recent foreclousure, & unclear whom owns according to records downtown, & property taxes to home show being due? The Code Dept. needs to inspect property to assure safty of future occupants, & property needs to be registered with LCI as rental property & whom ever owns needs to register it as such & pay fees to the city. This way everythings above board for all, & the community.
6 VotesFix it! Voted!Downing St New Haven, Connecticut
Third week in a row recycling has been picked up at 5:30AM. Downing St is VERY quiet until the first bus runs at about 6:20AM, which, compared to the recycling collectors, sounds like a quiet soothing hum. The recycling collectors are extremely loud - shouting at each other, breaking things, throwing bins around (never returning to correct houses) - it echoes down the street. I can't imagine I'm the only one getting woken up. I love living on this street because of how quiet it is at night and early mornings.
This also seems to be breaking the noise ordinance of New Haven:
"'Daytime hours' means the hours between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays, and the hours of 9:00 a.m. through 9:00 p.m. Sundays and federal and state holidays. Unless otherwise provided, ALL OTHER HOURS SHALL BE CONSTRUED AS NIGHTTIME HOURS."
The Noise Control Ordinance also goes on to state under the Section Refuse Collection Noise:
"All refuse collectors shall comply with the noise level standards as established in this article while engaging in refuse collection at each location..."
So, then, why? and what for?