Snell Isle

Open Issues: 0 Closed Issues: 34 Acknowledged Issues: 1
Watching issues created after: 2016-12-02

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  • 801 Snell Isle Blvd Ne Saint Petersburg, FL, 33704, USA - Snell Isle Property Owners Association
    The City did a massive capital improvement to Storm Drains in the Rafael/Snell Isle Blvd/Brightwaters Blvd area a couple of years back. The picture shows a big DIP in the roadway on Snell Isle Blvd directly in front of the new storm drains. Snell Isle Blvd is "sagging" at this location as is evident when you travel eastward.
  • 950 Snell Isle Blvd Ne Saint Petersburg, FL, 33704, USA - Snell Isle Property Owners Association

    Corner of Appian and Snell Isle BLVD is flooded again today. Just like last week Thursday. Today is worse and multiple cars are stuck in the flooded waters. Police and fire are now on scene rerouting traffic and rescuing stranded motorists. Also was told this is making the evening news casts.

    Whatever was done last week is not working this week. What is the long term plan?

    Been told by neighbors the flood plans include using the Vanoy golf course moats to catch rain water run off. These moats are supposed to be dry except for residual rain water not yet evaporated or moved to the storm sewers. If this is true then there is a major problem as the Vanoy moats are never dry. The golf course uses them as retention ponds and appears to use this water to water the course. If half of this is true then I am greatly disappointed the City is not making the Vanoy comply with the water run off requirements, and ask they immediately enforce the provisions.

  • 401 Appian Way Ne Saint Petersburg, Florida - Snell Isle Property Owners Association

    The intersection at Snell and Appian is flooded. We've reported this in the past, and it's been called "resolved" but it isn't resolved.

    And, there is a large dangerous hole on the grass in front of 1010 Appian between the sidewalk and Snell Isle Blvd. A real hazard!

  • Other Archived
    316 Snell Isle Boulevard Northeast Saint Petersburg, Florida - Snell Isle Property Owners Association
    PER CSR - PLS FWD TO SEWER TAHOLMES; DEPRESSION IN FRONT OF THE 316 SNELL ISLE BLVD NE (DRIVEWAY APRON COVERED WITH SHEET METAL).
  • Snell Isle Boulevard Saint Petersburg, Florida - Snell Isle Property Owners Association

    This morning, 4/29/2018, my fiancee and I were late for her RCIA class at St. Raphael's parish. I was also a Scripture Reader who had allotted sufficient time, but was slightly rushed, all due to severe traffic delays caused by the St. Anthony's Triathlon. Upon driving to and from St. Raphael's, accessible only via Snell Isle Blvd., the St. Petersburg Police officers present were extremely respectful, but three of them looked noticeably perturbed that they had been tasked with a difficult traffic duty in which cars coming around the corner from 22nd Ave. and Coffee Pot Blvd, or across the Snell Isle Bridge, were suddenly confronted with blocked streets and no preexisting warning signs. The police officers were extremely respectful, especially when I mentioned to one that we were just trying to drive to St. Raphael's Catholic Church for service. Given the constricted access points, and presence of two churches on Snell Isle, I am formally requesting that the triathlon be moved from Sunday mornings, and/or moved away from Snell Isle. The Snell Isle and adjoining communities are private neighborhoods that are quiet, safe, and usually always accessible. No other organization or group causes this much disruption to these neighborhoods.

    Sincerely,
    Robert J. King, MDiv, ThM, EdS

  • Rafael Blvd Ne Saint Petersburg, Florida - Snell Isle Property Owners Association
    16 months you worked on drainage issue at the corner of Snell Isle Blvd and Rafael Blvd NE.....drainage works great during storms.....now you have just move the flooding to the corner of Snell Isle Blvd and Ramon Way.....the street is so high in water, the city trucks wont even go there....moved one problem to another area.....please correct before it floods my garage!!
  • Other Archived
    Snell Isle Boulevard Northeast Saint Petersburg, FL - Snell Isle Property Owners Association
    Approaching the Snell Isle bridge from 21st Ave N and entering Snell Isle there is a 4" "ledge" in the seam of the road before going over the hump. Caller said traffic has to slow down to cross over this piece of the bridge.
  • Traffic Issue Archived
    Ricardo Way Ne Saint Petersburg, FL, 33704, USA - Snell Isle Property Owners Association
    Snell Isle Blvd Bypass traffic is crazy! Traffic redirects away Snell Isle Blvd onto Mateo Way NE, Ricardo Way NE and Monterey Blvd. Turning a once quiet neighborhood into a thoroughfare. Can anything be done?
  • Other Archived
    801-855 31st Ave Ne St. Petersburg, FL 33704, USA - Snell Isle Property Owners Association
    Sea wall on east side of bridge crossing tidal waterway 31st ave NE leading into Snell Isle estates. Wall is on north side of bridge approach
  • Palmera Blvd Ne Saint Petersburg 33704, United States - Snell Isle Property Owners Association

    There are 2 flood lights that light up the c perry snell memorial. They are pointed horizontal and blind oncoming traffic driving west on snell ilsle blvd from the clubhouse towards palmera Blvd.

    You are blinded by the light and can’t see the intersection at night

    These lights need to have blinders put on them or to be removed

  • Traffic Issue Archived
    Ricardo Way Ne Saint Petersburg, Florida - Snell Isle Property Owners Association
    Five homes, all with toddlers, line the street/intersection. Speeding cars, coming around the blind corner, heading southwest off Mateo Way NE and onto Ricardo Way NE make this a very dangerous intersection! Please consider placing a speed bump/method to control crazy traffic racing through this intersection as a shortcut to avoid Snell Isle Bridge.
  • 400 Snell Isle Boulevard Northeast Saint Petersburg, Florida - Snell Isle Property Owners Association
    The workers have piled up stones to use as a ramp but it prevents the storm water from draining properly and creates a mosquito breeding area