96 First St. new haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
Mattresses have been dumped at the Galvin Playground sign, along 1st Street (between Kimberly & Greenwich Aves).
460 Greenwich Ave new haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
Need traffic light @ greenwich & Kimberly, plus pedestrian crosswalks. Very difficult for cars to exit Greenwich onto Kimberly or for pedestrians to cross here, particularly when cars are parked illegally in front of tiptop. Parking ban here is not enforced. [This issue originally was posted in 2008, before city officially adopted SeeClickFix, so is being reported as a new issue.]
238 Howard Ave. new haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
So we created one! If you live on the following streets:
• Hallock Ave, from Lamberton to 5th St.
• Howard Ave, from Lamberton to 5th St.
• Greenwich Ave, from 1st St. to 5th St.
• 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th Street
then you are invited to join our FREE private online network by emailing me, Chris Schaefer, for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 203-668-6348 (leave message if no answer). The above-listed streets ALREADY make up the best neighborhood in New Haven! This PRIVATE, secure network is for residents who want to make this an even BETTER, safer, happier place to call home—and bring “neighbor” back into “hood”. On our PRIVATE, secure network we share such things as
• crime activity
• emergency alerts
• lost & found
• FREE ads for services you provide
• FREE ads for something you want to sell or give away
• “special interest” groups—and more.
For our SAFETY, members use their REAL names and REAL addresses—which we WILL verify before you can join us. (There are several online ways to do this, but I also can “verify” you in-person, if you prefer: the 1st of several ways to get a membership “code” from me; details when you email or call me.) Although I’m choosing to post my own email & phone number here, NO OTHER member’s email or phone number is revealed to any other members—and it is NOT possible use Google, etc. to find out who is a member—NOR is it possible for non-members to find out what’s been shared on our encrypted network. And it is NOT possible for advertisers/spammers to gain access.
Membership in our private, FREE neighborhood-specific network is open to
• resident-homeowners (or a Resident adult-relative who is functioning as the homeowner)
• renters who live in the above-listed streets and who are invited by another member
(This is not to disrespect renters—who make up at least 70% of residents here—but merely an acknowledgement that resident-homeowners usually are here as long as they own their homes, whereas renters often are here just a few years. So homeowners have a long-term “investment” in making our neighborhood better & safer. We welcome any renter on the above-listed streets who shares this same goal!)
Our network’s neighborhood-specific focus is enhanced by restricting membership to a 2-block by 5-block area: in other words—an actual Neighborhood. In our first week, 15 neighbors have become members. If you share our goal of making this a better, safer, happier place—then email or call me.
P.S. If you live between 6th Street & South Water St., I will refer you to another network. If you live outside any of the areas listed in this notice, I would encourage you to get together with neighbors & form your own neighborhood network. If you want info on ways to do this, email or call.
399 Hallock Avenue new haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
Graffiti sprayed at various points along railroad wall along Cedar St. as well as around the corner on Hallock AVENUE.
440 Greenwich Avenue New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
pole # 2677, on northwest corner, intersection of Greenwich Av & 1st St
329 Greenwich Ave. new haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
329 Greenwich Ave. is an overgrown eyesore. According to assessor's online database, this lot is owned by the city. Before it can be cleaned up and mowed, a gate needs to be installed to provide access. (Previous owners of # 333 next door had been using the lot, but current owner of 333 just installed a fence on their abutting side of lot, so there presently is no access.)
177 Hallock Avenue new haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
3 computer monitors have been dumped on tree strip on Hallock AVENUE @ Third St. (on the mostly non-residential side of the street).
300 Howard Ave. new haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
A large pile of brush has been sitting on the tree strip in front of 300 Howard Ave. for a couple of weeks now. According to city ordinance, branches cannot exceed 4 feet in length and must be tied in bundles not exceeding 1 foot in diameter and can be put out on trash day--but not before. And not left loose on the tree strip indefinitely.
603 Howard Ave. New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - Hill
2 mattresses have been sitting on the tree strip in front of 603 Howard Ave. for over a week. According to the city appraiser's database, the owner is New Haven Redevelopers, LLC .
blight, trash, overgrown vacant lot, rats Acknowledged48 Third St. New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
vacant lot, No. 48 Third St., owned by Kenneth Barklay once again has become an overgrown jungle, attracting illegal dumping and rats. This repeat offender would not be a repeat offender--if LCI would issue a fine--in addition to an order to clean it up--yet again.
Road hazard, exposed metal plate Archived135 Hallock Avenue New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
Metal plate in road (covering excavation work) in front of 135 Hallock AVENUE has exposed edge which just flattened a neighbor’s tire. Edge of plate needs to be covered properly with asphalt.
416 Greenwich Ave. New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
The food truck stops daily to distribute free lunch to kids/youths 18 and younger AND accompanying parents. The lunch schedule at Galvin Playground (corner of Greenwich Ave. & First St.) is 11:00 to 11:30 AM.
177 Hallock Avenue New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
Some old window sash have been dumped on the tree strip on Hallock AVENUE @ Third St., on the non-residential side of the street. They are leaning against 2 sides of a tree.
80-82 Second St. New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
These potholes have been here awhile but suddenly are deepening with the gravel base starting to disperse everywhere. On Second St., in front of 80-82, between Howard Ave. & Greenwich Ave.