Issues: noise complaint
Chapel Street At Wooster Square New Haven, CT
Driving in NH always bad but when bars let out on Fri & sat night in good weather living on Chapel St. is a nightmare -- cars racing at 80+ mph, noisy motorcycles, drivers ignore stop signs & red lights - it's no genteel neighborhood. Police -- please post some radar equipped vehicles to make arrests or have speed bumps on Chapel where there's a lot of pedestrian traffic.
900 Grand Avenue New Haven, CT
The parking lot located at 900 Grand Avenue is filled with cars, motorcycles, people every Friday and Saturday nights. The noise and music continue past 2:00am - even as late as 3:00am. Neighbors (as well as myself) call the non-emergency police number regularly - even had to do it this past Sunday afternoon! Who owns this property? Sometimes there are actual fights going on in the lot along with squealing tires and motorcycles and screaming.
7 VotesFix it! Voted!20 Court St New Haven, CT 06511, USA
The garbage and recycling bins in the Olive/Chapel parking lot are emptied by a loud truck backing in and workers shouting at 5:30am every Thursday. It is so loud that it wakes up people in the nearby houses. Could the garbage be emptied later in the morning, at 7:30am perhaps, as it is on Tuesdays?
Wooster St And ? (Brown?) New Haven CT
This seems to have stopped for now but for the past 5-10? minutes or so there was a weird, loud, almost drumming-like sound coming from this area/maybe from over towards Water Street. Construction? Snow removal? Any idea about what this was?
69 William St New Haven, CT
It sounds like they are doing construction on the train tracks behind William St. There is loud hammering and drilling...and it starts around 10pm and continues throughout the night. I wasn't able to sleep last night and it woke our child up multiple times. Can't this be done during the day? I tried calling the Mayor's office about this earlier today and they just gave me the run around transferring me to other departments. Typical New Haven.
6 VotesFix it! Voted!St John Connector New Haven, CT
Two separate construction projects - one on St. John and especially one on I-91 exit ramp - are subjecting this residential neighborhood to loud noise (jackhammers and truck reverse indicators) throughout the night. When will this end/can it be stopped?
2 34 Franklin St New Haven, CT
Last week the DOT undertook a massive clearcutting of mature trees that previously screened I-91 and the entrance and exit ramps in the Wooster Square area.
What were once embankments with trees blocking both the sites and sounds of the highways for the residences south and north of Wooster Square are now naked hills.
Needless to say this has drastically decreased the quality of life of those living near the highway.
Without the trees, the noise level has increase to the point where residents previously happy living near the highways are now having to wear earplugs to sleep.
While this might be necessary for the interchange reconstruction underway, this has had a significant and negative impact on Wooster Square and its residences.
I hope that the DOT realizes just how big an impact this has, and has plans to address this as construction continues, because right now it's a disaster.