Burlington, VT PLUS

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  • FloodingReconnu
    257 South Champlain Street Burlington, VT 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    DPW and the Railroad plugged a storm drain pipe without consulting adjacent property owners. Now our parking lot/loading docks flood when it rains and inhibits the business operations of 20 companies in the building.
  • DrainageReconnu
    Flynn Ave Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    This old manhole cover is covered in moss and has been eroded underneath. It is off the path near Blanchard Beach. I was retrieving my dog that had slipped his leash and it flipped open and my leg fell in. After being stuck for several minutes and being concerned my leg had broken, I was able to remove my leg and replace the manhole cover so it wasn’t just open. Needs to be removed fully or marked.
  • DrainageReconnu
    2–48 St Paul St Burlington VT 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    Massive stagnent water pool in the mall site
  • Sunset Dr Burlington, Vermont, 05408 - Burlington Electric
    Drain clogged corner of Sunset Drive
  • 56 Crescent Ter Burlington, Vermont, 05401 - Burlington Electric
    Issue with ground water being pumped onto the street which then flows to the grate on the corner and overflows into the middle of Crescent Terrace. In the winter, it causes ice and in the summer, there is a slippery green substance along the gutter. Since the snow and rain storm, it is quite dramatic. Is there a solution to this?
  • DrainageOuvert
    67 Grant St Burlington, VT 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    South side of street does not drain.
  • 29 Leddy Park Road Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    On the east side of North Ave, there is no drainage from Leddy to the shopping center intersection. The whole bike lane is underwater (or under ice when the temps drop). This section was repaved last summer, but the grading/drainage was not addressed at the same time so the pooling is just as bad as it was before.
  • DrainageReconnu
    31 Hyde St Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    why was S D Ireland not held responsible for the lake hyde problem they apparently created when re paving the street approx 5 yrs ago? you have claimed that no drains were removed and the issue was not pre-existing??
  • 914 North Avenue Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Another spot in the southbound bike lane that collects standing water.
  • DrainageReconnu
    70 Bilodeau Ct Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric

    Hey ... remember that complaint about drainage at the end of Bilodeau Court that got "Archived"? What does that mean ... Archived? I've asked the question before, but didn't get an answer. This is the current situation 20 minutes into a rains storm. If this ends up in my basement again (75 Bilodeau Court), I'm gonna be @#$%. And I'll probably start looking into how to start a lawsuit for clean up based on the documented neglect for the issue throughout various seasons over the past three years.

    FIX this.

  • DrainageReconnu
    31 North Avenue Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    In the northbound bike lane on North Ave, between Sherman St and North St, are several locations that pool water for the entire width of the bike lane. This is dangerous because it does not allow folks to see if there are hazards like potholes or broken glass present and it is also a comfort issue (no one likes being splashed...).
  • Bilodeau Court Burlington, VT - Burlington Electric
    1. Houses that are situated to the east of the final storm sewer drain (68 and 70 addresses) have water that collects in front of their driveways with any rainfall or any significant snowmelt. These collection puddles will easily accumulate to approximately 4” in depth. During the winter, these puddles then freeze and remain a significant ice patch for most of the winter. When not completely frozen, the resulting slushy puddle spans the driveway aprons and would make it impossible to walk from the road (such as from a parked car) and up the driveway without submerging your feet. There is no place for this water to drain. The nearest storm water drain is situated uphill at the adjacent house.