City of Raleigh

Open Issues: 33 Closed Issues: 639 Acknowledged Issues: 40
Watching issues created after: 2012-02-20

Umstead/Schenck Forest Area

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  • Brownleigh Drive And Glenwood Ave Raleigh, NC - Northwest
    The entry into Brownleigh Business Park onto Brownleigh Drive from Glenwood is very dangerous. The crossover for west bound traffic is mis-located 50' too far east for this turn and makes a west-bound turn very dangerous. An east-bound turn is lacking a de-acceleration (from 45 mph) exit lane - also very dangerous. Persons wanting to go into the business park must go up to Ebenezer Church Road exit and enter the park from the back entrance. This is unknown to many visitors and very inconvenient to workers in the business park.
  • Tom Bradshaw Freeway Raleigh, NC - West
    there appears to be homeless people living in the woods here
  • North Harrison Avenue Cary, NC - Cary
    When will Wake County crack down on illegal homeless camps ?
  • Traffic Sign Acknowledged
    6801-7577 Westborough Dr Raleigh, NC 27612, USA - Northwest
  • 3000 Duraleigh Rd Raleigh, North Carolina - Northwest
    This is a small leak in the supply line to the water meter. It is in front of BB&T at 3000 Duraleigh. This look leak is about a week old. It is a very small leak.
  • shopping cart Archived
    Poyner Rd Raleigh, North Carolina - Northwest
    there is a green two level shoppign cart (like for flowers) that is on Poyner between Glenwood north townhome and Delta Ridge townhomes. no mans land
  • Ebenezer Church Rd/Marvino Lane Raleigh, North Carolina - Northwest
    Auth RPD lights are on flash at this location
  • Other Acknowledged
    7579-8009 Westborough Dr Raleigh, NC 27612, USA - Northwest
    The entrance to Westborough needs new pavement markings. There needs to be a significant double yellow line that directs to flow of traffic into the Restore further back Westborough. Because of their dated driveway style curb, folks enter their lot at all points, which often backs up the flow of traffic. Ppl often stop right after turning on Westborough bc they are confused by the lot and where to go. Restore needs to make improvements to their lot to accommodate the flow of traffic that will inevitably become more congested with the Sheetz opening across the street. There needs to be a white arrow where folks can enter their lot as well as a long double yellow line down Westborough. The light coming out of Westborough also needs new arrow markings so folks know which lane turns left and which lane goes straight/right.
  • 4216 Weaver Dr Raleigh, NC 27612, USA - Northwest
    The intersection of Weaver Drive and Duraleigh Road is a terribly dangerous one. Cars entering and exiting (especially exiting) the Oak Park neighborhood are constantly having to dodge cars speeding on Duraleigh Road. There are many accidents here with injuries. During some parts of the day it is nearly impossible to access Duraleigh Road south from Weaver Drive with the number of cars traveling at high speeds on Duraleigh. Some folks have even taken to going north on Duraleigh and making a u-turn at the quarry entrance because access to Duraleigh south is so perilous. Has there ever been a study on putting a stoplight at this intersection? If not, could a study be initiated?
  • Lake Boone Trail And Blue Ridge Road Raleigh, North Carolina - Northwest
    The hundreds of residents and dozens of businesses between the belt line, Lake Boone Trail, Blue Ridge Road, and the NCMA are increasingly frustrated with a lack of right-of-way exit from (and at certain times of the day entrance into) the community. Our subdivision main entrance--no left turn allowed and right turns must yield to oncoming traffic AND u-turnning traffic. Harden--left turns impossible most times, right turns yield. Nancy Ann--left turns impossible most times, right turns yield. How do we go about requesting stoplights at Blue Ridge/Harden, Nancy Ann/Lake Boone, and Myron/Lake Boone and what volume of traffic would be required? Harden is being used as a through street/short cut off of Blue Ridge to avoid the light at Lake Boone Trail.
  • Edwards Mill And Duraleigh Raleigh, North Carolina - Raleigh Council District D

    I have seen LOTS of pedestrians and runners crossing Edwards Mill (heading east) with the walk indicator lit and almost get hit by cars turning right from Blue Ridge (I think that's the road). There's no protection for the pedestrians in the way of their own cross--ight or even a sign that warns cars to yield to pedestrians. You'd think car would automatically yield, but they're too busy looking to the left to see if they can turn right that they often don't see the pedestrians crossing.

    An accident waiting to happen!

    Thanks for checking this out.

  • 8801 Glenwood Avenue Raleigh, NC 27617, USA - Northwest
    The mounted RPD have been allowing their horses to defecate on small residential strips of grass on the corner of S. Blount in front of the Founder's Row Condos. These messes are never picked up (seen a few times, the corner of Davie and S. Blount). Why, when residents are charged $250 for not picking up pet waste, should the RPD feel it is OK to allow huge horse waste to be left on the tiny strips of grass that we all have to keep clean for our dogs to walk? We appreciate all the RPD does for its citizens, but it should be imperative they follow the same rules as its citizens regarding animal waste. Especially horse waste considering the size of the waste, summer coming, flies, etc.