Beaver Hills

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  • 20 King Place New Haven, CT - Hill

    To Public Works - please explain:

    Why are there 2 seperate rules for different neighborhoods regarding street sweeping? In the 'less suburban' areas of New Haven, there is a 'TAG AND TOW' policy which means when street signs are posted for street sweeping - your car can and most likely will be tagged and towed if on the street where cleaning is scheduled to take place. But in the 'non-inner-city' areas, the policy on the City of New Haven Public Works website clearly reads '...Tag and Tow doesn’t operate in the following neighborhoods'. See the policy below taken directly from the City Public Works webpage (http://cityofnewhaven.com/PublicWorks/sweep/index.asp):

    Tag and Tow Routes include:
    Route # 2 - Beaver Hills
    Route # 3 – Newhallville & Prospect & Grove
    Route # 4 – East Rock & Cedar Hill
    Route # 5 - Fair Haven(from Blatchley Ave)
    Route # 8 - Wooster Square & Fair Haven (to Blatchley Ave)
    Route #10 - West River & Dwight Edgewood
    Route # 12 – Hill (North)
    Route #13 – Hill (South) & City Point

    No Tag and No Tow Routes include:
    Route # 1 – Amity/West Rock
    Route # 6 – Fair Haven Heights & Foxon
    Route # 7 – Fair Haven Heights & Annex
    Route # 9 – Downtown (during evening hours)
    Route #11 – Westville
    Route # 14 – Annex & East Shore
    Route # 15 – Morris Cove & East Shore

    Please explain.

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