Burlington, VT PLUS

Otwarte sprawy: 435 Sprawy zamknięte: 37 906 Acknowledged Issues: 2 325
  • 71 North St Burlington VT 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    Big mound of concrete left behind after construction
  • 83 N Willard St Burlington VT 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    Greenway needs soil leveled, cones and wood left, from sewer line being replaced over a month ago for 83 n Willard
  • Greenbelt/TreebeltPotwierdzone
    189 N Winooski Ave Burlington VT 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    Tree branch broken from windstorm
  • OtherPotwierdzone
    Vt-127 Burlington, VT, USA - Burlington Electric
    on 127 going over the railroad track payment is all broken up
  • 270 Shelburne Rd Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric



  • SidewalkPotwierdzone
    12 Stanbury Rd Burlington VT 05408, United States - Burlington Electric
    MISSING.many walkers with strollers, pets, elderly using walkers dodging cars higher risk of pedestrian to car collisions then elsewhere in the city this should take priority before another bike lane is planned ..
  • DrainagePotwierdzone
    285 North St Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    Melting snow and rain unable to drain from area of depressed sidewalk that is along the entire frontage of 285 North St, causing pedestrians to walk in street & resident has to walk through ankle deep or more water to access their steps & entry.
  • 93 South Winooski Avenue Burlington, VT 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    An smelly eyesore on a nice clean city. This reflects poorly on all of us. Clean the parking lot stairs.
  • 2 Leddy Park Road Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Poison ivy, Leddy Park, in area between soccer fields, racket courts, upper parking lot, playground and basketball court. The area is heavily used by local families, people walk through this area, and children chase balls into poison ivy infected areas. On weekend when there are soccer games, the area is packed with children. In contrast, an area next to Leddy arena that is rarely used is overly groomed. This area needs growth of trees and brush to prevent erosion of the soil which is causing the shoreline to erode. Trees are falling into the lake. There are dangerous sand cliffs that could give way. Needs to be roped off with warning signs, and growth allowed to recover to help stabilize the bank. Meanwhile, mowing needs to be done in the area of poison ivy. A grandmother told us her grandchild had been hospitalized with ivy skin poisoning after coming to watch a soccer game. NPA and Graffiti team painted a huge mural on back of old theater and requested a few picnic tables in the area to create family-friendly atmosphere.
  • 80 Cherry Ln Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Please repair the paved path between Callahan Park and the Birchcliff Parkway neighborhood. The pavement is in terrible condition. Pedestrians (many of them children!) are tripping and falling. We need a pedestrian- and bike-friendly path between the Five Sisters neighborhood and Champlain Elementary School. Thank you.
  • 31-41 Booth St Burlington, VT 05401, USA - Burlington Electric

    I saw four people using heroin in a burgundy pickup on Sunday morning across the street from my house. I saw the needles and I took pictures. The police were called but arrived on the scene too late. My children were playing in the park while this was happening The next night someone overdosed inside the Pomeroy Park playground.

    Why weren't there additional or ANY foot patrols inside the park? Where is the park/ police collaboration? The hedge in the park needs to be removed.

  • Ethan Allen Park Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric

    No protective railings or fencing at the edge of 80' cliff in the park.
    There used to be a railing to warn people of this drop off. Now there is nothing, not even a sign. Very dangerous area to bring children to. Visitors to the park are largely unaware of this. The clearing is a nice place for kids to play and run around after hiking up the hill, but if you have not been there before you would not be aware of this danger.

    At least restore the railing or put up a warning sign.