Hartford 311 PLUS

Hartford, CT

Open Issues: 4 Closed Issues: 2.126 Acknowledged Issues: 206
  • Zoning Anerkannt
    Stone St Hartford Ct - Behind The Rocks

    Traveling from New Britain Ave to Flatbush Ave using Stone Street as a thru street. The dump trucks are loading at the quarry and using Stone Street as a thru street to the highway. They are also traveling from Flatbush to New Britain Ave intersection-crossing to Newington Rd. There are sign clearly posted, going both ways for NO THRU TRUCKS. These signs have been posted for 20+ years. The HPD Traffic division has not taken my calls seriously. These trucks with all of the noise from the brakes and heavy loads cause a quality of life issues for residents in this area.

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  • 1-39 Hawthorn Street Hartford, Connecticut - Asylum Hill

    Several months ago I reported that dangerous storm grates were being installed as part of the road construction associated with Fastrak station. It appears that the same style of grates continues to be installed. The grates have long slots parallel to the direction of travel and could cause a catastrophic bicycle crash. This style of storm grate has been phased out for obvious safety and liability reasons.

    Curious how the contractor has managed to not correct this issue, particularly with design standards and a previous SeeClickFix report. The CT Fastrak project is clearly intended to serve more than car drivers, and I would expect the road projects adjacent to the stations to have special attention paid to "Complete Streets" design tenets.

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  • 142 Park Terrace Hartford, Connecticut - Frog Hollow

    An illegal driveway was installed midway between Putnam Heights and Park Street. Besides adding to the danger of an intersection abundant with car crashes, this interferes with pedestrian right-of-way. The sidewalk is non-existent, certainly not ADA-compliant. There's trap rock all over the sidewalk and into the street. We need enforcement of code up in here.

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  • 312-318 Farmington Ave Hartford, Connecticut - Asylum Hill

    The street lights in front to 312 to 318 Farmington Ave our out due the the construction by MDC. The tenants in the businesses are concern due to the day light hours are shorter.

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  • Parks Anerkannt
    63-69 Jewell Street Hartford, CT 06103, USA - Downtown

    Bumpy and torn, almost unusable. Tripping hazard. (Now would be a good time to refresh the whole playground). I have additional pics.

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  • Zoning Anerkannt
    83 Stone Hartford, Connecticut - Behind The Rocks

    property owner is running a used car lot. has multiple unregistered cars with for sale signs on the in the front and back yards. paved
    the entire front and back yards to park these cars. This is a residential neighborhood and you are not supposed to have unregistered cars on the property

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  • New speed bumps Anerkannt
    50-72 Brookfield St Hartford, Connecticut - Behind The Rocks

    It there something that can be done about most of the cars, school buses, ambulances and tractor tailors completely avoiding our passing the cars on the right who slow down and go over these speed bumps the city has placed. I think it's a great idea if used properly. I understand there is a bike lane but why can't the bikes slow down and go over the bumps also. Thanks for your time.

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  • 164 Ward Street Hartford, Connecticut - Frog Hollow

    This building has had no roof since at least mid-September. It's covered in graffiti.

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  • Goodwin Park Road Hartford, Connecticut - South End

    The concrete barriers placed at two points of the park road in Goodwin Park have been moved several times over the past several weeks and have now been pushed completely off the road. Assuming this hasn't been done on purpose by the parks department, this needs to be fixed and these barriers should be more firmly attached to the road.

    As a great space for families to walk and bike through the park, and for people to ride bikes, it's pretty dangerous not knowing whether there is going to be traffic ripping through the park or not.

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  • Farmington Ave Hartford, Connecticut - Asylum Hill

    Starting from Prospect and Farmington Ave, all the way to Sigourney and Farmington Ave, the roads have been terrible. The whole street needs to be repaved. The streets feel like a wave, and creates damage to our vehicles. Not to mention that this creates more issues with traffic, since drivers attempt to avoid the potholes and raised structures. It has been an ongoing issue, and HAS NOT BEEN RESOLVED. We as residents have to pay high car property taxes, the least you can do is fix Farmington ave.

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  • 185 Ann Uccello Street Hartford, Connecticut - Downtown

    Rotted light post at the intersection of Asylum and Church.

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  • 59-61 Jewell Street Hartford, Connecticut - Downtown

    Nobody is supposed to be parking on the lawn, but it is still happening during events.

    We have ample lot and street parking in Hartford. No reason for this. Is there anyone in DPW who can remind motorists during events that cars belong on asphalt?

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