Oaklander

Rank: Heman Civic Points: 5,565
  • Graffiti Archived
    1364 Chatham Road Oakland, CA 94610, USA - Glenview
    graffiti on pole at corner of e 36th and Chatham
  • Graffiti Archived
    1362 Chatham Road Oakland, CA 94602, USA - Glenview
    graffiti on private fence
  • Graffiti Archived
    1362 1364 Chatham Road, Oakland, CA 94610, USA - Glenview
    extensive graffiti private fence and public poles
  • Graffiti Archived
    1370 Chatham Road Oakland, CA 94610, USA - Glenview
    tagging bus stop signs
  • Graffiti Archived
    3500 Bruce Street Oakland, CA 94602, USA - Glenview
    tagging on corner ramp
  • Potholes Acknowledged
    1357 East 36th Street Oakland, California - Glenview
    Potholes on East 36th Street, along same line of disruption where orange cones have been placed for past two months.
  • 1362 Chatham Road Oakland, California - Glenview
    On Chatham, between E 36th and Bruce, on right side going up hill
  • 1363 E 36th Street Oakland, California - Glenview

    Area of street deterioration was reported on April 1. Orange cones appeared over the area of deterioration but nothing else has been done for 2 1/2 months. The entire street was blocked off for no parking on two subsequent days in May, but no work was done. Requests for updates return results saying "It's being worked on right now" or "It will be scheduled to be repaired on May 19th" or "We will leave another message for the supervisor to call you but there is nothing else we can do."

    Multiple messages have been left for the supervisor (Leroy Franklin), and eventually, his supervisor (Dale Smith) with never a returned call or update and no sign of any progress. If nothing is going to be done, at least remove the cones so we can drive on the street and utilize the parking spaces.

  • 1382 East 36th Street Oakland, CA 94602, USA - Glenview
    large bag of trash across from listed address. app crashed every time I tried to add a picture.
  • Street Damage Archived
    1363 East 36th Street Oakland, CA - Glenview
    This issue was previously reported and repaired, less than a year ago. Soil and sand are visible under the asphalt, and tires dislodge the road bed. The previous repair crew tamped down the surface and laid asphalt over the soil and sand. Within days, the surface became uneven again.