My NH
X

News Archives

News Image

City of New Haven and South Central Regional Council of Governments to Host a Virtual Public Workshop on Fountain Street Study

Fountain Street Study Public Workshop
Wednesday, December 8, 2021—7 P.M.
The virtual town hall will be online.
Please click here to view the zoom meeting details.

The City of New Haven and South Central Regional Council of Governments explored ways to improve Fountain Street to make the street safer and more functional for all modes of travel. The Fountain Street Study addressed pedestrian and bicycle safety, traffic congestion, and identified place-making strategies to improve connectivity between residential and commercial districts.

This virtual public workshop shall present final recommendations based on the community’s previous comments and suggestions for improving the study area which includes Fountain Street, a portion of Central Avenue, and Whalley Avenue between West Rock Avenue and Harrison Street.

Please click VIEW PDF to read this announcement.

View PDF Keep Reading


News Image

Fountain Street Study Public Workshop

The City of New Haven is exploring ways to improve Fountain Street to make the street safer and more functional for all modes of travel.

The Fountain Street Study will address traffic congestion and pedestrian and bicycle safety and identify place-making strategies to improve connectivity between residential and commercial districts.

A virtual public workshop will be held to discuss opportunities for improving the study area which includes Fountain Street, a portion of Central Avenue, and Whalley Avenue between West Rock Avenue and Harrison Street.

Fountain Street Study Public Workshop

Monday, November 30, 2020—7 P.M.

FOR MEETING DETAILS CLICK HERE

Detalles de la reunión en español haga clic aquí

View PDF Keep Reading

News Image

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.

Anuncio español | Announcement ENG

View PDF Keep Reading

News Image

The Green Park Permit program has not been renewed

Green Park Permit

The Green Park Permit program has not been renewed for the fiscal year starting July 1, 2020.

Created several years ago as a short-term incentive program, the Green Park Permit was then an innovative way to affect carbon emissions at the local level. Since this time, global carbon emissions have only continued to rise, and transportation policies have expanded beyond personal vehicle emissions reduction as a primary strategy to combat climate change.

The City looks forward to working with our institutional partners and residents on finding increasingly impactful ways to mitigate the climate crisis.”

Keep Reading

News Image

City of New Haven Announces Grand Avenue Bridge Closure

April 11, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

City of New Haven Announces Grand Avenue Bridge Closure

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Today New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker and City officials announced the formal closing of the Grand Avenue Bridge starting Monday, April 13, for significant construction improvements. The bridge is a vital traffic artery in New Haven that connects the Fair Haven neighborhood to the Fair Haven Heights neighborhood. This long-awaited closure starts on Monday and will last for an estimated 610 days for significant structural improvements to the bridge. The City of New Haven has made it abundantly clear to the contractor that they must follow all New Haven health officials’ guidelines and CDC protocols during this pandemic to reduce exposure to their workers and reduce the spread of COVID-19.

View PDF Keep Reading





News Image

Ferry Street Bridge Closure

Public Works Alert – Ferry Street Bridge Closure
The Ferry Street Bridge will be closed for service on Tuesday, June 12 from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. Rain date is Tuesday, June 19. If you routinely use the bridge to cross the Quinnipiac River, you will need to find an alternate route during those hours.
Alternate routes include; Grand Avenue Bridge, Forbes Avenue, Quinnipiac Avenue to Route 80-Foxon Boulevard or I-95 Pearl Harbor Bridge. Please plan ahead.
If you have any questions please call Public Works at 203-946-7700.

View PDF Keep Reading


Archives...
Top