City of Malden PLUS

Offene Fälle: 1.219 Geschlossene Fälle: 72.978 Anerkannte Fälle: 363
  • PotholeAnerkannt
    70 Salem Street Malden, MA, 02148, USA - Malden Ward 4
    In front of high school near bus stop homes are beginning and street has popped up over the curb as well
  • PotholeAnerkannt
    963 Eastern Ave Malden, MA, 02148, USA - Malden Ward 6
    Corner of Eastern Avenue at Sheafe Street on Sheafe Street there is a sinkhole that needs to be repaired. (LS)
  • PotholeÖffnen
    Payne Ter Malden, MA, 02148, USA - Malden Ward 3
    Intersection of Payne terr and Wyoming ave. Left side of pavement needs repair and trees need removal as well.
  • PotholeÖffnen
    Fairfield Ave Malden, MA, 02148, USA - Malden Ward 8
    The entire street of Fairfield Ave in malden has been (since 1995) eroding and littered with potholes, divots and never been properly repaved in decades. This is unacceptable as it’s also creating more wear on our vehicles as well. This has been an ongoing issue and has been reported numerous times. We pay high taxes on this street and should at least have a decently paced street and actual sidewalks.
  • PotholeÖffnen
    41 Willard St Malden MA 02148, United States - Malden Ward 6
    Big chunk of pavement lose , it's seems like a plow could've pop it out place .
  • GraffitiÖffnen
    12 Holyoke St Malden, MA 02148, USA - Malden Ward 1
    painter washing paint into the street. owner seen staining at 12 holyoke .
  • GraffitiÖffnen
    180 Eastern Ave Malden MA 02148, United States - Malden Ward 7
    Graffiti has been on this column for way too long Please remove
  • OvergrowthAnerkannt
    18 Vernon St Malden MA 02148, United States - Malden Ward 4
    Can you have the problem property owner of 18 Vernon Street completely rip up and throw out all Overgrowth, junk, murky/muck filled barrel (bugs, smell etc) etc from white neighboring fences. The bordering Neighbors have this property's overgrowth growing through our fences. Also, a complete eyesore from neighbors upper deck view.. fence does not hide it. Maybe they can move it all to the other side of their house that is hidden. Also please notify to stay on top of the grassy patch of lawn bordering driveway that is their property to maintain (along with their back and front lawns). We are doing power washing, painting and trying to do summer projects and request this be taken care of.
  • OvergrowthÖffnen
    Malden City Hall 200 Pleasant St, Malden, MA, 02148, USA - Malden Ward 4
    City Leaders wake up and do something. The people that manage this site do a fantastic job but it is a daunting task and they should be using their skills and energy for more important issues. Let’s start with city property: sidewalks impassable and covered with weeds /bushes creating a tripping hazard and become impassible for those with disabilities or elderly. Homeowners: many yards unkept throughout the city. Grass not cut, bushes/weeds growing over sidewalks and up to the 2nd floor of their houses and general lack of property upkeep. This is not limited to rental units but they are a big part of the problem. Lack of property upkeep leads to health issues as our city sees an increase in rats, trash all over the place, and other animal nests and dens, flies and mosquitoes Something needs to be done citywide and this site cannot solve the problem without city officials taking this out of control issue seriously and deciding to create a plan of action with appropriate resources allocated. Please pass this on to the appropriate city leaders and thank you for your help
  • OvergrowthÖffnen
    Malden MA, USA - Malden Ward 4

    Unfortunately, overgrowth in our city is NOT limited to Maplewood Square. It sure is a great place to start!

    I know I have recommended this idea in the past and it wasn’t taken seriously, but, this would be a fantastic community service project for students throughout the Malden Public School system! If several students as a team were assigned a street to take care of, our kids would learn how to be responsible for their environment, they would be kept busy and we’d have a low cost solution to a real problem.

    Overgrowth such as we have here throughout the city only adds to the rodent issue as that gives them some shelter from the elements and a place to hide. We should not make it so attractive for them. Removal and maintenance of overgrowth will help in so many ways.

    There is still plenty of good weather ahead! Let’s take advantage of it! Let’s get going! 🌱🌱🌱🌱

  • OvergrowthÖffnen
    1440-1458 Salem St Malden, MA, 02148, USA - Malden Ward 8
    This is, (should be) a sidewalk; instead there is massive overgrowth, with important signage obstructed and trash strewn throughout. This issue has been brought to the city's attention several times - the last time on this page over a YEAR ago. - This is either city of Malden owned property or Overlook Ridge or Massachusetts State.
    You harass/retaliate against taxpaying homeowners for complaining about legitimate issues, yet a wealthy land owner/developer or, state or city, can leave our street (not a neighborhood) looking like this for years - years! This sight qualifies as a third offense under "Malden City Ordinance 9.11".
  • OvergrowthAnerkannt
    172 Belmont Street Malden, MA, 02148, USA - Malden Ward 1
    This resident is allowing their property to fall into disrepair. The backyard is full of trash which cannot even be seen in this picture because the grass and weeds have overgrown the entire area which is providing rodents a natural cover to roam free. Also, from this picture you can see the overall structure of the upstairs back porch is in violation of safety codes as it is falling apart. Lastly, right above this dilapidated porch is a gaping hole that leads into the attic that a family of squirrels has now made their home, which could in the future lead to wire damages within the home and potentially cause a concern for a fire.