Pinellas County - proper PLUS

Open Issues: 10 Closed Issues: 14,695 Acknowledged Issues: 186
  • 1051 Melrose Ave S Saint Petersburg, Florida, 33705 - Thirteenth Street Heights Neighborhood Association

    Individual(s) residing at 1051 Melrose Avenue South has a dog that is allowed to defecate in their back yard. Based on the persistent foul smell, when outside, it appears that the homeowner/tenant is not picking up the waste or not disposing of it in the properly. There is a reduced quality of living as I am unable to open my windows or spend any extended period of time outside due to the smell, especially on hot days. Not to mention the implications of what is running off into the storm drain.

    In addition, to the smell, there is an inoperable grey Volkswagen sedan, without plates, parked on the public right away that has been there for some time.

    I hope this notification will be investigated and the necessary action is taken.

    Thank you.

  • 4000 53rd Ave S Saint Petersburg, Florida, 33711 - Maximo Civic Association
    Imagine if you will... you have had a stressful busy day of work, had to leave mid afternoon to drive someone to TIA to miss the bridge traffic, yet you get stuck in it on the way home, back to work to finish. you finally are ready (at 815pm) to shut down the computers, pour a nice glass of cabernet sauvignon, and sit outside to relax and enjoy the peaceful sounds and a gorgeous sky at dusk. But then...you open the door to step outside... (you know how the rest of this goes)
  • 5190 38th Way S Saint Petersburg FL 33711, United States - Maximo Civic Association
    Heading outside for a walk and it stinks. Makes me not want to go.
  • Day'S Collision Painting & Repair - Palm Harbor
    2nd day of hazardous paint fumes coming from the area around Days Collision Painting and Repair...the neighborhood just north of this business Is experiencing poor outdoor air quality laced with paint spray like fumes. Not sure if this is coming directly from this business...but it would seem likely.
  • Animal RelatedAcknowledged
    Lake Front Dr Palm Harbor, FL, 34685, USA - East Lake
    Dead deer just off road. East of Presidents Landing entrance off Lakefront Dr
  • Animal RelatedAcknowledged
    3990 58th Ave N Saint Petersburg 33714, United States - West and East Lealman
    Trash/food waste dumped at base of tree attracting critters. Bad smell as now rotten and smells like a dead animal.
  • Animal RelatedAcknowledged
    3901-4019 Ridgemoor Blvd Palm Harbor, FL, 34685, USA - East Lake
    Dead deer in retention ditch westbound on Ridgemoor Blvd between Ridgemoor Dr and subdivision of Stratford Commons. Driving through Ridgemoor past Stratford Commons. Make U-turn at four-way stop of Ridgemoor Boulevard and Ridgemoor Drive. Deer will be on right in ditch. Rain has collected where deer is located.
  • Animal RelatedAcknowledged
    7200 49th St N Pinellas Park, FL, 33781, USA - Pinellas Park
    There is a medium to large dead animal in the middle of the north bound lane of 49th Street at 72nd Avenue. Please have it removed before it becomes a permanent part of the pavement.
  • Animal RelatedAcknowledged
    10866 53rd Ave N Saint Petersburg, FL, 33708, USA - US Congressional District FL10
    Dead possum in neighborhood.
  • Animal RelatedAcknowledged
    70th Ave N & 49th St N Pinellas Park, FL, 33781, USA - Pinellas Park
    Report of a dead cat at this intersection. No further information.
  • Animal RelatedAcknowledged
    12328 Montara Dr Largo FL 33773, United States - US Congressional District FL10
    Dead possum in the road
  • Animal RelatedAcknowledged
    7298 62nd Ave N Pinellas Park 33781, United States - US Congressional District FL10
    This is probably not the right category, but no other ones fit. We are having terrible mosquito issues in the neighborhood to the east of the reclaimed water facility, located west of 73rd. The *reclaimed water facility* is refusing to allow mosquito control to treat for the extreme amount of mosquitoes our warm winter has brought. Mosquito control has identified the reclaimed water facility as the source of breeding. They know for certain that this is where the excess mosquitoes are coming from. There is paperwork allowing treatment up through January 20 authored by the reclaimed water facility, however today, January 15, they are refusing to allow treatment and are saying they will not allow treatment until February 22 at the soonest. It is unreasonable to not allow for the treatment of these disease transmitting bugs. Does one of our neighborhood children need to contract Zika before they will allow treatment of their facility?