NA - Azalea Homes Community Association PLUS

Open Issues: 0 Closed Issues: 321 Acknowledged Issues: 130
Watching issues created after: 2015-11-17

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  • 7121 9th Ave N St. Petersburg Fl 33710 Saint Petersburg Florida - Azalea Homes Community Association

    I would like to invite you to witness the sheer number of cars that are excessively speeding on 9th Ave N, west of 66th st. It seems as if most of these drivers use it as a quick connector from Park St., without realizing that the speed limit actually tapers down to 25-30mph to quell speeders travelling through, as 9th ave transitions to residential.

    This may be significantly problematic, because of the presence of the Pinellas Trail. I have seen a couple of dangerous occurrences happen right before my eyes. I saw two teen-aged males, who weren't prudent enough to walk thier bikes across the crosswalk, almost get clipped by a car. SPC is nearby and I see other students crossing here as well.

    The cars that stop when the crosswalk strobe is activated also seem to be sitting ducks for possible accidents. Working from my home office, I have seen (and heard the screechng of) at least two occasions where an abiding car would stop so someone could cross the trail, only to be nearly rear-ended by the car behind them. The tire skid marks should still be there to serve as ample evidence of this.

    There is signage forewarning drivers of the upcoming crosswalk, as well as posted speed limit signs. However, I think that this segment of 9th as well as 5th ave where the trail crosses, would highly benefit from digital radar-equipped speed limit signs to make it obvious for drivers to slow down, before someone gets seriously injured. It's just too easy for drivers to assume that this stretch of 9th is 40-45mph like the rest of the avenue crossing the city.

  • Junk yard Acknowledged
    626 74th Street St. Petersburg, FL - Azalea Homes Community Association
    This house resembles a junk yard. Flat bed truck, tow truck, and other broken down vehicles as well as a trailer of trash. This yard is an absolute disaster and a flight on the neighborhood
  • 7401-7407 9th Avenue North Saint Petersburg, Florida - Azalea Homes Community Association
    This tree is overgrown to the ground in the easement and blocks view for drivers.
  • 7401 5th Ave N. Saint Petersburg, Florida - Azalea Homes Community Association
    A boat was taken off trailer and mounted on cinder blocks in parking lot encroaching on street and blocking views of traffic. Empty trailer that was previously residing next to it. This apartment complex turning into a run down marina.
  • 7591 16th Ave N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Azalea Homes Community Association
    Junk in yard/porch
  • Pothole Archived
    7501 Par Ave N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Azalea Homes Community Association
    Could be a sinkhole beginning
  • 7640 16th Ave N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Azalea Homes Community Association
    have seen cars and small truck going in and out of the western side yard so may be parking behind the home. Western side yard is nothing but dirt and looks very unkempt.
  • 7138 9th Ave N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Azalea Homes Community Association
    Corner of 7138 9th Ave N and 72nd St has about 40sf of pooled rainwater that sits for almost a week after every rainstorm. Zika will be back this summer and it would be beneficial for this puddle to be gone by then.
  • 7591 16th Ave N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Azalea Homes Community Association
    junk on front porch, driveway, stored around vehicles. Cinderblocks in yard by street.
  • 7645 13th Avenue N. Saint Petersburg, Florida - Azalea Homes Community Association
    Trailer in the front yard and construction of fence in front yard.
  • 618 74th St N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Azalea Homes Community Association
    Trailer in front yard.
  • 1801 75th St N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Azalea Homes Community Association
    This house's east side has remain unpainted. It appears repairs or renovations must have taken place some time ago. You can see patch work. This can all be seen from the inspectors car and is not compliant per our code. Pic is from Google, March 2016 and remains the same today.