Open Issues: 63 Closed Issues: 452 Acknowledged Issues: 44
Watching issues created after: 2018-02-15


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  • 1212 Talbert St Se Washington, DC 20020, USA - Anacostia
    I am not saying this is illegal construction, but the start way nefore 7am. Two dump trucks are impeding traffic on Talbot Street. Also one dump truck is blocking traffic coming up the hill, Alley and driveway.
  • 1302 T Street Se 20020 - Anacostia
    This white Chevy commercial van has been parked here for more than 120 days and needs to be towed. The registration expired in June 2018 and it has been broken into and become hazardous to the community members of the t street and adjoining neighborhoods.
  • Roadway Repair Acknowledged
    2233 Ridge Pl Se Washington, DC 20020, USA - Anacostia
    A few weeks ago, a construction company working on a school in the area removed asphalt from the street in order to excavate for the purpose of installing a sewer line. As far as I can tell, this work was not officially permitted by DDOT. However I am not writing about the permit issue itself, but the fact that the street has not been restored as would be required under a permit. The excavated area has been filled with dirt and gravel. The asphalt has not been restored. Part of the excavated area is muddy from water streaming down the curb and the other part is dry, creating excessive dust in the area. I am attaching to this post, a few pictures of the excavated strip and part of its effect with regards to the dust. The dust has not been limited to cars parked on the street but is also on doors, windows, and other outdoor accessories. The asphalt needs to be restored.
  • 1802 24th Pl Se Washington, DC 20020, USA - Anacostia
    Request drainage and water runoff abatement doing to recurring issues with frozen water runoff. Please note there is no drain at the bottom of the block. Please install drainage and send salt trucks.
  • 1724 S St Se Washington, DC 20020, USA - Anacostia
    There has been an increasing presence of rat in the rear of this location. The pictures attached to this report is what I found in the rear alley of this location.
  • 1241 Talbert Street Southeast Washington, DC 20020, United States of America - Anacostia
    It is difficult to walk down the street because of overgrowth from weeds including poison ivy from front yards on both sides of the block.
  • 2353 S St Se Washington, DC 20020, USA - Anacostia
    Intersection and walkways are covered in ice making street impassable. Salt or sand treatment needed urgently.
  • 1225 Talbert St Se Washington, DC 20020, USA - Anacostia
    Blocking sidewalk and 1232 talbert st. driveway, with construction matetials.
  • 2306 Naylor Rd Se Washington, DC 20020, USA - Anacostia
    This vehicle was blocking passage on the street this morning for a while. Is there a permit for this street blockage?
  • 1354 Talbert Terrace Se Washington, DC 20020, USA - Anacostia

    For several months now, in several places along Talbert Street, between MLK Jr. Ave. and Talbert Terrace, there are cables dangling from poles, bunched up on poles, or lying in the street and on the sidewalks. This is, at best, an eyesore, and could possibly be dangerous. I have no idea if the cables are the responsibility of Pepco, Comcast, Verizon, or some other entity; but the mess needs to be cleaned up.

    There have been hundreds of MPD officers up on this hill, and I am positive one of them must have noticed this mess of cables up here, but none of those "public servants" have done anything about the problem.

    Identify the company responsible for maintenance of these cables, cite them, and force them out here to get this mess cleaned up.

    Just because I live East of the Anacostia River does not mean that I am willing to put up with being treated like garbage by employees of the city to which I pay outrageous amounts in taxes and fees.

  • 1921 21st Pl Se Washington 20020, United States - Anacostia
    Raise concrete with crack which are unsafe to walk on.
  • 2440 S St Se Washington, DC 20020, USA - Anacostia
    Broken plywood over pit and excavation material next to and on public sidewalk.