City of Medford PLUS

Open Issues: 726 Closed Issues: 19,781 Acknowledged Issues: 1,918
  • 6 Sagamore Avenue Medford, MA, 02155, USA - Medford
    Evergreen trees are overgrowing from the property of 6 Sagamore Ave and making the sidewalk impassible, which is especially dangerous for handicap/disabled people who are forced into the dangerous street. This area has a lot of pedestrian traffic, and people coming and going from the businesses across the street.
  • 42 Linwood Street Medford, Massachusetts, 02155 - Medford
    Tree on sidewalk is growing into house and scraping windows
  • 68 Myrtle Street Medford, Massachusetts, 02155 - Medford
    Can’t walk on sidewalk without hitting your head on branches. Especially after rain
  • 49 College Avenue Medford, MA, 02155, USA - Medford
    trees are overgrown and need trimming.
  • Daly Rd Medford, Massachusetts, 02155 - Medford
    Tree in front of 40 Daly Rd had dead branches
  • Clewley Rd & Gleason St Medford, MA, 02155, USA - Medford
    Tree over grown. Branches keep breaking off and have damaged vehicles parked underneath. Branches also overhang my property and block the side entrance when waited down from snow or a heavy rain
  • 32 Franklin Street Medford, MA, 02155, USA - Medford
    Huge two (2) limb hanging of roof. Tree is on Vine St.
  • 26 Daniels Street Medford, MA, 02155, USA - Medford
    Email from a resident: "Tree stump infested with termites, if possible please remove or spray at 26 Daniels Street (corner of Cross Street)
  • Long St Medford, Massachusetts, 02155 - Medford
    Tripping and driving hazard
  • 59 Oakland Street Medford, MA, 02155, USA - Medford
  • 69 Whittier Rd Medford MA 02155, United States - Medford
    Tree stump has foul smell and is now attracting flies. Roots are also eroding sidewalk creating a hazard. This is 3rd request to please remove stump and hazardous roots. Would prefer NO replanting of tree.Thank u.
  • 80 Harvard Ave Medford MA 02155, United States - Medford

    Hello,

    In 2014/2015 this tree was cut down. Now there are 3 different trees growing next to the stump (eastern red cedar, callery pear, and a hackberry?). With the stump and 3 trees all growing so closely I'm concerned that none of the trees will grow to be fully grown healthy trees. Can this be assessed and fixed? Perhaps the stump can be cut flush with the ground and two of the trees be removed allowing for one healthy tree to grow?

    Note I posted a similar request yesterday under the tree stumps category before I knew three heath assessments was a category so the other request may be closed if applicable.