City of Vallejo PLUS

Open Issues: 128 Closed Issues: 19,746 Acknowledged Issues: 232
  • 100-200 Carolina Street Vallejo California - Vallejo

    I just walked the south sidewalk of the 100 & 200 blocks of Carolina Street and counted (on only one side, of only two blocks) seven vehicles with expired or missing license plates. What a sad example of the complete neglect of the rules of civilized society in our city.

    In that same area, there are city touts out daily ticketing vehicles for overstaying artificially created and barely justified limited parking zones, while vehicles with no legal right to be on our streets, and no certifiable evidence of their safety on the road, are allowed to drive and park without regard. Are we being governed by a city government enforcing the law, or organized criminals, favoring their cohorts, and enforcing a protection racket on everyone else?

  • 555 Santa Clara Street Vallejo California - Vallejo

    Before SeeClickFix existed, if a citizen saw something that needed fixing, they had to roam City Hall looking for a department title that seemed to fit their need. This web site offered a one-stop solution to that problem: click once here, describe the problem, and the appropriate department would get the message - problem solved.

    These days, that isn't working very well. Often a posting gets ping-ponged around from department to department for days. Other times a hard working department reports that it is clearing up the recurring mess caused by the problem, but doesn't or can't address the cause. Others have a standard response explaining that they lack the resources or the manpower to answer a problem promptly - or ever! Most egregious, and far too often, are the cases that explain that only the police department can address a problem, and giving contact details.

    SeeClickFix is being applied as a self-selection, one-stop-shopping site for citizens. This is fine, but a quick read of a single day's postings shows that SeeClickFix could be a significant source of crime prevention intelligence to our City Council, senior City Managers, and to city agencies, like the police department, that do not subscribe to, nor respond to SeeClickFix postings.

    We need a more intelligent mechanism to prioritize, group, and direct cases to appropriate managers and agencies, and manage feedback. Typical causes for action might include:

    * Apparently targeted and recurring illegal dumping over a long time period, at close-by locations, or routes (suggesting regular drive-by dumping by a professional hauler.).

    * Indications of serious criminal behavior co-incident with close by, but otherwise unrelated property, or street maintenance reports (such drug sales, and prostitution associated with poorly maintained rental property).

    * Otherwise unrelated SeeClick Fix cases where complainants state they have previously made postings, or police reports but have seen no response (due to unintended, but systemic neglect of poorer, or more diverse neighborhoods).

  • 1745 Sonoma Blvd Vallejo, CA 94590, USA - Vallejo
    properties on either side of my house are I'll maintained, structurally and are run by slum landlord companies, including rpm. Rats, termites and unsanitary houses. Those are not the issue. No. I went down to the city manager office and asked who was responsible. The Filipina in charge told me she was "so" sorry and said to call the county. I asked her where the code enforcement officer was and she looked surprised, pretending to ask others where that was. I strolled over to another area, where 15 businessmen were excitedly cutting some kind of huge deal in this forgotten city in the planning office, with the guy behind the desk assuring them they could "avoid the codes." I asked him what codes And Everybody GOT QUIET. I went to another department and asked where the mayor's office was, as I now saw the rats nest was here at City Hall. I was told the mayor's office is never open. I took a picture of the mayor's door with a sign saying the office does not open. There is an article bragging that the mayor is a descendant of a very corrupt politician and that his family now "owns" Vallejo, ca. here is that article
  • OtherAcknowledged
    66 Benicia Rd Vallejo, CA 94590, USA - Vallejo
    Question; process for Community Member working with the City of Vallejo to discourage (by writing citizen parking ticket) persons from parking on "wrong side" of street? This is a dangerous practice that impacts both pedestrians and other drivers. This particular parking area of concern is Cypress Street, between Benicia Road and Beach Street.
  • 227 Las Palmas Ave Vallejo 94589, United States - Vallejo
    1982 Oldsmobile Cutlass primer gray has been abandoned for three months please remove this eyesore
  • OtherAcknowledged
    624 York St Vallejo, CA 94590, USA - Vallejo
    Water running across sidewalk for many months very slippery and hazardous
  • 101-135 Carolina St Vallejo, CA 94590, USA - Vallejo
    West flowing at 6 pm
  • OtherOpen
    420 Valle Vista Avenue Vallejo, California - Vallejo
    water that is either leaking or from some other source is causing quite a bit of a mess with moss and algae. It wasn't like this before. something needs to be done.
  • HydrantAcknowledged
    118-124 Greenmont Drive Vallejo, California - Vallejo
    There is a hydrant that is covered in foliage, and needs painting. I believe there is a code where hydrants need to be cleared within a certain feet.
  • 1553-1557 Magazine Street Vallejo, California - Vallejo
    water constantly leaking causing green moss to grow
  • Setterquist Drive North Camino Alto, Vallejo, CA 94590, United States of America - Vallejo
    Not running water leak
  • 1557-1561 Magazine Street Vallejo, California - Vallejo
    water coming out of a drain for years and is getting worst. Its leaving a slimy mess on the curb.