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New Haven Mayor, City Officials Give Isaias Update

August 5, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Mayor Declares State of Emergency From the Storm

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Today New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker hosted a press conference about the City’s response to the impacts of Tropical Storm Isaias, resulting in nearly 20% residents to be without power. The Mayor was joined by Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, members of the Department of Parks and Public Works, the Fire Department, and Emergency Management. Earlier this afternoon, Mayor Elicker signed an emergency declaration regarding Tropical Storm Isaias as well. This declaration will facilitate and provide support from Federal and State Government.

Declaration Of Emergency

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OFFICIAL ELECTION UPDATE - FROM THE CITY CLERK

• The City Clerk’s office will be setting up tables outside the front entrance on MONDAY, August 10th at 200 Orange St. from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for registered Democrats and Republicans who have not yet received an Absentee Ballot or would like to cast an Absentee Ballot.

PLEASE NOTE:

MONDAY, AUGUST 10TH IS THE LAST DAY TO VOTE ABSENTEE.
• The Clerk strongly encourages voters to utilize the two (2) official State of Connecticut Absentee Ballot mailboxes located at both front entrances at Hall of Records building, 200 Orange St. to drop off their official Absentee Ballots.

Reminder: Please drop your Absentee Ballots in the State of Connecticut Absentee mailboxes curbside at both front entrances of 200 Orange St. until 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, August 11th.

PLEASE NOTE: NO Land recordings on Tuesday, August 11th.

Masks are required and we encourage social distancing.

WE WILL KEEP POSTING ANY FURTHER UPDATES.

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City of New Haven Implements New Street Sweeping Policy

July 28, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

City of New Haven Implements New Street Sweeping Policy

Eliminating Towing to Save Residents Money

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Today the City of New Haven announced that it has implemented a new street sweeping policy in an effort to save residents money and the hassle of being towed.

“We are always looking for ways to find efficiencies in the way we provide services to our residents,” stated New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker. “I have heard countless stories of residents walking outside in the morning only to find their car is gone and then spending much of the day trying to track down their car and pay exorbitant fees to towing companies just to get their car back. There is simply a better way for us to keep our streets clean and make life a bit easier for our residents. Read the full press release, click VIEW PDF.

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City of New Haven Street Sweeping

The City of New Haven has implemented a new street sweeping policy that will save you money in the long run.

There will no longer be towing for street sweeping, instead, the City has moved the ticket fee from $50 to $100 to save you money...and a trip to the tow yard.

On scheduled street sweeping days, please remove your vehicle from the route from 7 AM to 3 PM. To be notified of street sweeping in your area sign up for Emergency Notifications here: bit.ly/NHVAlerts

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2020 CARES Act Funding Application

City of New Haven, Connecticut

Notice of Funding Availability

2020 CARES Act Funding Application (CDBG-CV, ESG-CV, HOPWA-CV)

On March 27, 2020, in response to the Coronavirus/COVID19 pandemic, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed in to law. The City of New Haven has received three (3) funds through the federal Office of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in connection with the CARES Act. The allocations received through the 1st Tranche of CARES Act funding include:

  • $2,236,393 in CDBG-CV funds,

  • $1,137,914 in ESG-CV funds and

  • $160,839 in HOPWA-CV funds

The City has also received $1,509,315 through the 2nd Tranche of ESG-CV funding. An additional allocation of CDBG-CV and HOPWA-CV is expected through the 2nd Tranche as well.

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City of New Haven to Close Lighthouse Point Park Due to Isaias Damage

August 7, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

City of New Haven to Close Lighthouse Point Park Due to Isaias Damage

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Today the City of New Haven announced the closure of Lighthouse Point Park due to the widespread damage from Tropical Storm Isaias. There is currently no power at the park. As a result, the lighthouse is without power, and there are no working bathrooms because there is no power for the sewage injection pumps. Tree damage is widespread, and for the safety of residents and visitors, the park will remain closed until further notice.

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