We are in need of better signage during the road work. Drivers are still misunderstanding the detour signs heading east on Snake and driving into oncoming traffic on Shepherd Canyon, rather than taking the detour up the hill on Snake. This could be remedied by either moving the road closed sign to the intersection, or adding a DO NOT enter sign at the Shepherd Canyon. Extremely dangerous conditions persist.
Mudslide/Landslide on the city property/hill. This is washing debris & mud into the Pathway below and causing disruption. The city should put some erosion control or mitigation in place to stop the mudslide.
The rain has caused the entrance to Eastwood Ct. from Shepherd Canyon to partially collapse. The turn onto the street is sharp and delivery trucks' rear wheels often cut it short as seen by the scratches to the asphalt. There's now even less room to negotiate the turn for residents, visitors and service vehicles. Furthermore, the hydrant is now at risk of being knocked over - it was already moved back some years ago because of a few accidents that knocked it over resulting in geysers and fire department response to shut off the water.
The area behind our house has become a dumping ground. There are numerous fire hazards, a broken down car, a couch, plastic containers, WM trash cans filled with debris, logs, a rusted metal barrel, gas powered lawnmowers (unsure if functional or not). There are also other vehicles parked nearby that have not been moved for over a year, including a truck filled with dried up landscaping debris.
We have lived on Bagshotte for over 44 years and have reported this issue numerous times. The giant potholes have now morphed into a huge deep depressions in the road stretching out about 40 feet and covering the width of the road on the lower part of Bagshotte. The upper part near 5812 Bagshotte is also getting bad with the potholes so large they have become huge dips in the road. More cars are using this street now since there is so much tree trimming, sewer work and road maintenance that diverts traffic off the main roads. This is a major hazard to moving vehicles.