Montrose53

  • Other Closed
    4215 Scotland St Houston 77007, United States - Rice Military
    Parks Dept.: Please replace both tennis court nets at Cleveland Park.
  • Traffic Markings Acknowledged
    1638–1650 S Shepherd Dr Houston 77019, United States - River Oaks
    Intersection lane shift line needs repainting
  • Traffic Signals Acknowledged
    613 Clay St Houston 77002, United States - Downtown
    Construction company left ped signal blocked.
  • Traffic Markings Acknowledged
    408 Webster St Houston 77002, United States - Midtown
    Need to solid-stripe the left lane so that cars don’t get into further left area—now designated as parking. Causes dangerous situation for cyclists (and cars too).
  • 1919 Smith St Houston 77002, United States - Downtown
    Pedestrian walk signal (walking man) on northeast corner so degraded it is no longer visible. Do not walk sign is not affected.
  • Pothole Acknowledged
    1919 Smith St Houston 77002, United States - Downtown
    Previously submitted this and it was assigned case reference number 101004436945. Someone closed it with the comment that “No safety hazard found; no action needed Close.” That response is either confusion or ignorance. There’s a giant, blatant pothole with exposed rebar. To be more precise this time: it’s in the furthest right lane of Smith at the intersection with St. Joseph. Please just fix it.
  • Pothole Archived
    St Joseph Pkwy Houston 77002, United States - Downtown
    Ridiculously large and deep pothole
  • Street Hazard Acknowledged
    1919 Smith St Houston 77002, United States - Downtown
    Sidewalk has been blocked off for weeks. No apparent reason whatsoever. Pedestrians forced to walk in street.
  • 1700 Smith St Houston 77002, United States - Downtown
    Ped signal malfunction
  • 1501–1557 Montrose Blvd Houston 77019, United States - Montrose
    Pedestrian signal constantly lit to 14 seconds for the last 2 weeks
  • 340 W Dallas St Houston 77002, United States - Downtown
    Rebar showing as concrete on bridge has deteriorated. Looks structurally unsound.
  • 1010 Waugh Dr Houston 77019, United States - River Oaks
    Please change east/west per signals to not require a button push during COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Traffic Signs Acknowledged
    1355 W Gray St Houston 77019, United States - River Oaks
    Please add a watch for crossing pedestrians sign to this intersection (at a minimum on Waugh going southbound). No one pays any attention to pedestrians.
  • Street Hazard Archived
    Waugh Dr Houston 77007, United States - Rice Military
    Pedestrian crosswalks on Waugh crossing Allen are extremely unsafe. The east exit traveling northbound on Waugh is blind for both drivers and vehicles. With the new H-E-B there will be increased foot traffic. This is easily a pedestrian death waiting to happen. Fix these crosswalks; it is urgent.
  • 601 Jefferson St Houston 77002, United States - Downtown
    Pedestrian walk signal internals/light missing
  • 1013 Montrose Blvd Houston 77019, United States - Montrose
    Southeast pedestrian button to cross west across Montrose destroyed and inaccessible. Pedestrian timer on northwest corner facing wrong direction.
  • 703 St Joseph Pkwy Houston 77002, United States - Downtown
    Building leaking water from drainpipe. Unrepaired for over a year. Pooled water on sidewalk every day. Extreme degradation of sidewalk and roadway from improper drainage—the plastic bag covering the pipe is constantly overflowing with water. I honestly feel bad reporting this, however, no attempts have been made to repair the obvious, known issue in over a year.
  • 1900 Main St Houston 77002, United States - Downtown
    Traffic signal timing on St. Joseph changed on Monday morning and now it is creating untenable traffic
  • 1901 Milam St Houston 77002, United States - Downtown
    Broken glass all over sidewalk. It has been there for weeks.
  • 1340 W Gray St Houston 77019, United States - Montrose
    Add a towing sign to the residential parking permit required signs. Tow trucks won’t tow otherwise and it’s unenforceable.