Herald Harbor

Open Issues: 11 Closed Issues: 213 Acknowledged Issues: 18
Watching issues created after: 2018-04-16

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  • 733 N Riverside Dr Crownsville, MD, 21032, USA - Herald Harbor
    Front yard is a mess attracting critters and bugs. There is a smell coming from the yard. Trashcans and recycling cans are kept out front the entire week and never move. Not only is this an eye sore but it is disgusting. The boats never move, there is trash being collected inside the boats. Looks like an extreme fire hazard to me. The side of his house is filled with trash/junk also.
  • 730 N Riverside Dr Crownsville, MD, 21032, USA - Herald Harbor
    The house is vacant. Someone came to clean out trash and left the window open. It's easily visible from the street, anyone could go in. Animals could also go in, as I've seen before.
  • N Riverside Dr & Laurel Trl Crownsville, MD, 21032, USA - Herald Harbor
    There is a very large & long stagnant water puddle on N Riverisde and Laurel for over 2 months now. It doesn't dry up or go away it has just gotten worse. It's disgusting it's starting to have gross colored bubbles in it and a smell. This is along the road not on a property line.
  • Overcrowding Archived
    733 N Riverside Drive Crownsville, Maryland - Herald Harbor
    What is the policy for trashcans/recycling cans left in front yard all week long???
  • 1040 Plum Creek Dr Crownsville, MARYLAND - Herald Harbor
    Garbage was not picked up this morning.
  • 720 Mink Path Crownsville, MD, 21032, USA - Herald Harbor
  • 838 Valentine View Dr Crownsville, MD, 21032, USA - Herald Harbor
    fallen tree, abandoned boat along road, screen door blowing in the wind, junk yard.
  • Pothole Archived
    31–85 Bonaparte Rd Crownsville 21032, United States - Herald Harbor
    Along Bonaparte Road, there are multiple spots with multiple potholes between Hall Rd and Mohogany Trail
  • Laurel Trl Crownsville, MD, 21032, USA - Herald Harbor
    A huge puddle of stagnant water is created every time it rains. Water does not run downhill into drain. Almost the entire side street is covered with water. Makes it extremely difficult for 2 way traffic, walking our dogs, riding our bikes or basic use of this area. Tons of mosquitoes and bugs are multiplying due to this standing water.
  • Traffic Signs Archived
    734 N Riverside Dr Crownsville, MD, 21032, USA - Herald Harbor
    We need a NO PARKING ANYTIME sign attached to our Stop sign at the corner of our end house. I have no idea what gives people to the right to park directly on our property line like this, Do you? It's bad enough we do not have side walks on our streets in Herald Harbor. Where am I supposed to walk my dog now in the middle of the street to avoid huge parked cars? The streets are too narrow, not made for street parking. Everyone has driveways they need to use. My main concern is the safety hazard of a fire-engine/ambulance not being able to get past these cars on the side street there just isn't enough room to have parked cars. We have elderly neighbors and I am 5 months pregnant. What if we need access to an ambulance or there is a fire??
  • Laurel Trl Crownsville, MD, 21032, USA - Herald Harbor
    In regards to the complaint I just reported and was closed before I could even respond - I spoke with AA Road district and they believe this issue is due to the construction of the brand new curb along Laurel Trail and it is preventing water to flow. In regards to your message below, this construction would fall into the slot of "within the last year"
    I & P Complaints (Verified Official)
    Thank you for contacting us. Anne Arundel County has seen record rainfalls in the 2018-2019 season and many areas have experienced significant flooding. Inspections and Permits only addresses drainage issues that are caused by construction from an active permit or a permit completed within the last year. Therefore, this complaint will be closed.
  • Laurel Trl Crownsville, MD, 21032, USA - Herald Harbor
    I am having to create a new ticket because the grading work was not done properly and here we are again. There is still a large body of stagnant water. Bugs are loving it. I took this picture yesterday..... Please see below for info on original ticket I opened regarding grading of the street. Can this be fixed correctly ASAP??? I believe it needs to be graded downhill so the water can flow into the drain?
    Work order 19397956 has been created for your concern. Area has been scheduled for patching with hot mix. If you have any further questions, please contact Central District Road Operations at 410-222-7940 and refer to the above listed work order.