Accross From 15 Russell Street New Haven, ConnecticutBlack Ford Ranger Pickup Truck has been parked on the hill across from 15 Russell Street for several days only moving for a short period of time.
A cinder block is holding the truck in place and when the truck moves...the driver leaves the cinder block in the street and then backs into it when he returns.
The apartment building where he either lives or is visiting has a level parking lot. This seems like a safer alternative then parking a vehicle on the hill with a cinder block holding it in place.
CT. Plate # C1068898
Dean St Between Alden St And Arden St New Haven, CTNo street lights for a 2 block stretch on Dean st between the cross streets of Alden st and Arden st very dangerous and safety issue very dark right at the Eden st intersection Please look into getting a few street lights on this part of Dean st
7 VotesFix it! Voted!45-107 Yale Ave New Haven, CT 06515, USA
The tennis tournament seems to become less and less attended every year. It also seems that it is not promoted locally to businesses or residents well. Maybe a tennis tournament is not the right use of the majority of market new happens resources. Is it time to find something that is more in line with the cultural fit of the city of New Haven to really sell the image of our great city.
Vote here if you think it's time to reconsider the tennis tournament as a use of tax payer dollars.
6 VotesFix it! Voted!
146 Church Street New Haven, ConnecticutLast week City took delivery of outdoor staging sections, and interlocking six sided portable flooring sections. As was seen on the green, last week. What is the purpose of the interlocking floor sections?
13 VotesFix it! Voted!934 Grand Ave New Haven Connecticut
Been thinking about this for a while - but this past weekend finally pushed me. Was painting my fence, which backs up to a building on Grand Ave, and nearly got peed on by someone who decided to urinate on the opposite side of my fence, not knowing I was there.
Grand Ave between Olive and Jefferson is a drag on our neighborhood. Noise issues, drug use, littering, loss of businesses (looks like Olive & Grand Food Mart is shutting down) - it cuts right through our neighborhood and is an uninviting divider separating Lyon & William Streets from the rest.
It's time to clean this mess up.
Follow the Howe St model - not long ago, that wasn't a great place to be after dark. Now it's totally transformed.
Put up cameras to curb illicit activity, and improve pedestrian confidence at night.
Calm traffic and improve access by adding a bike lane (to connect with existing bike lanes downtown, and beginning on Grand Ave entering Fair Haven). Street parking - metered and/or resident.
This would be a serious quality of life improvement for neighbors, and connecting just-out-of-downtown businesses to a growing downtown.
Time to start a conversation.
52 Edgewood Way New Haven, CTSeems to have some dead or dying branches toward the top front left of the tree as seen from the street. A few small branch pieces came down into the street with the recent wind. Please take a look ASAP. Lots of traffic passes under where they would fall.