City of Melrose PLUS

Open Issues: 202 Closed Issues: 1,611 Acknowledged Issues: 123
  • 14-34 Appleton St Melrose, MA, 02176, USA - Melrose
    Dangerous sidewalk- Tripping hazard
  • MiscellaneousAcknowledged
    185 Florence St Melrose 02176, United States - Melrose
    The tree planted several years ago is dead and needs to be replaced. Thanks.
  • 75 Lake Ave Melrose MA 02176, United States - Melrose
    Picnic table and shopping cart behind pool Picnic table up-ended by the edge of the pond
  • 286 Lebanon St Melrose, MA 02176, USA - Melrose

    There is a faded unreadable sign before this address, please replace.

    Thank you.

  • 40 Damon Avenue Melrose, Massachusetts, 02176 - Melrose
    Playground equipment is missing a safety bar.
  • MiscellaneousAcknowledged
    Franklin St & Ashland St Melrose, MA, 02176, USA - Melrose
    Could crosswalks be painted on Franklin St at the intersection of Ashland St? Currently, there are crosswalks painted on Ashland, but there are no crosswalks painted on Franklin except for the lighted crosswalk in front of the church that is not at an intersection. Many students cross Franklin at Ashland heading to MHS and MVMMS. Thanks
  • MiscellaneousAcknowledged
    162 First St Melrose MA 02176, United States - Melrose
    Collars holding swings to top bar at Winthrop Elementary have loosened and swings are slipping.
  • 1–55 Meadowview Rd Melrose 02176, United States - Melrose
    Branches of trees are on sidewalk on School street
  • 35 Stratford Rd Melrose 02176, United States - Melrose
    Shrub overhangs 2/3 of the sidewalk making it completely inaccessible.
  • 1-73 Otis St Melrose, MA, 02176, USA - Melrose
    Sidewalk free has significant decay and rot in trunk and dead branches in top, and has what may be poison ivy climbing the side.
  • 145 Main St Melrose MA 02176, United States - Melrose
    It appears that someone is living in Pine Banks. This is at the peak, in the rear.
  • 84 Morgan Street Melrose, MA, 02176, USA - Melrose
    Sidewalk is lifting up, causing a dangerous stripping hazard. This area gets lots of foot traffic by local walkers.