Open Issues: 50 Closed Issues: 210 Acknowledged Issues: 16
Watching issues created after: 2011-04-30

This watch area includes the Stonehenge neighborhood in North Raleigh and surrounding areas.

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  • Creedmoor And Howard Raleigh, NC - Raleigh Council District A
    This is a very dangerous intersection to make a left turn in, specifically heading north turning onto Howard. The turn should be made a left-arrow only turn.
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  • pothole Open
    Howard Road Raleigh, North Carolina - Northwest
    There is a major pothole on the side of the road on Howard Road right by the old firetower. It has caused cars to become disabled on a daily basis and is getting worse.
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  • Creedmoor/Morgans Way Raleigh, NC - Raleigh Council District A
    It is way past time for a light to be installed at this intersection
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  • Potholes Archived
    8200 Morgans Way Raleigh, North Carolina - Raleigh Council District A
    Big pot holes from the Fire station all the way to the first house across from the Seven Oaks Swim Racquet Club entrance. The pavement here is in REALLY bad shape.
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  • Howard Rd/ Creedmoor Rd Raleigh, NC 27613, USA - Raleigh Council District A
    The left turn lights on Creedmoor Rd. to turn onto Howard and onto Bridgeport are extremely dangerous due to the blocked visibility from cars turning left from the other direction in front of you. These lights should be left turn arrow lights only with no yield lights. There was a death this weekend when a car turned in front of a motorcycle and I believe there has been at least one other fatality at this intersection. It is very dangerous. See the SeeClickFix main website for 71+ votes to fix this.
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  • Potholes Acknowledged
    8713 Mansfield Dr Raleigh, NC 27613, USA - Northwest
    Please consider repairing the potholes on Mansfield Dr. Driving on this street is like manuvering through craters in a bombed zone. There is a large amount of traffic on Mansfield that comes off Brandon Station Road and transversing Mansfield Dr. to Strickland Rd. Those of us that live on Mansfield Dr. as well as others using it to cut across to Strickland would appreciate fixing the problem.
    It's bad!
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  • 8701-8705 Wellsley Way Raleigh, North Carolina - Northwest
    These are definitely growing and are in a major intersection in the neighborhood.
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  • Ray Road Raleigh, NC - Northwest
    Only one map pin is available, but this is for 2 separate locations along west side of Ray Rd, each within 50 paces of intersection with Knebworth Ct.: On SW side of intersection near street sign, low overgrown tree limbs across sidewalk force pedestrians to duck down. On NW side of intersection, half way to point where sidewalk ends, what's left of a downed tree leans toward road, blocking sidewalk.
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  • Yard Debris Archived
    3004 Brennan Dr. Raleigh, North Carolina - Northwest
    Someone has dumped a very large pile of yard debris on a vacant lot on Brennan Drive across from Hempshire Pl. It looks very unsightly. I live at 3004 Brennan Dr. There is no exact address for the lot I am speaking of, but I have marked it on the map and it is in the City of Raleigh.
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  • Corner Of Brandon Station Rd And Brennan Road Raleigh, NC - Northwest
    As you come to the stop sign on Brennan Rd (at Brandon Station Road) (when you enter from Creedmoor Rd) you can not see the cars coming down the hill because of the tree limbs and bushes in culbert.
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  • Lake Lynn Park Raleigh, North Carolina - Northwest
    Despite the addition of riprap and fill dirt to divert spring water that naturally collects on NE side of paved path, this section gets obstructed by overflow water after rainfall yet regardless of weather. (Photos attached are taken several weeks after meaningful rainfall. This is spring water.) Section of path has always been prone to flooding. FWIW, rather than just applying more fill dirt (much of which ends up in Lake Lynn when rains come), this path needs to be raised above existing grade with better conduits underneath to enable that side to drain freely without restriction.
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  • Lake Lynn Greenway Raleigh, North Carolina - Northwest
    After Hurricane Matthew, the drains under the greenway have clogged with sediment. The result is that there is constant standing water and mud across the greenway trail.
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