7800 domingo rd n.e albaquerque n.m state usa mora utah to domingo chile and zacatas im not home whats going on
8400 Barstow St Ne Albuquerque, NM, 87122, USA - Albuquerque
Barstow between Alameda and Paseo Del Norte has new road striping creating wonderful bike lanes for the kids to be able to ride to and from Desert Ridge safely. Unfortunately due to the new striping and the excessive number of cars that drop off and pick up from Desert Ridge, there needs to be a change in signage and protection/enforcement of the new striping.
Currently, the north bound bike lane becomes completely filled with cars lining up to turn right onto Greenarbor before and after school. There was a sign that said “Right lane right turn only” for Greenarbor, but now there is only one traffic lane, which is why the cars move to the right into the bike lane, blocking access completely.
Additionally, after school, Barstow north of Greenarbor fills up almost all the way to Alameda with parked cars in the bike lane waiting to pick up kids from the school. This creates a very unsafe situation where the bikes can’t ride in the bike lane and they can’t ride on the sidewalks due to walkers. If the bikes ride in the area to the left of the cars, then car doors can open unexpectedly or cars pull out once they pick up their child, putting the bikers at risk.
If the city can add “Bike Lane only” painting to the road, and enforce the no parking on Barstow (signs are present) then hopefully that will help. Another option would be to put pylons or some other barricade to protect the bike lanes that would help keep the cars separate.
APD was on site this morning assessing the situation and is working with Principal Saucedo. They have provided recommendations for solutions to improve traffic flow and safety. As a concerned parent, I am respectfully requesting this issue receive priority so our kids can safely use alternative modes of transportation to get to and from school.
I-40 W Albuquerque, NM, 87123, USA - AlbuquerqueThis is out of control, when is the city going to do something about the ILLEGAL camping here on a permanent basis? There are at least 15 tents set up on both sides of the fence by the dog park area right now. Is this what our city leadership has come to?
13339-13399 Central Ave Ne Albuquerque, NM, 87123, USA - Albuquerque
I no longer use the Smith on Tramway, Icon theater or any other businesses in that area do to how dangerous it has become. For over 10 years I always got my gas at the Smiths... now I am afraid to get out of my car... and I'm a middle aged male. I have no idea what fears and concerns the elderly or female population must feel un that area.
Now there is a growing homeless camp on the northwest side of Tramway and Central. Is there a plan to make that area safe again? What is being done about the makeshift camp? I cannot believe how bad that area has gotten in less than a decade.
Academy Rd Ne Albuquerque, NM, 87109, USA - AlbuquerqueWill you PLEASE do something about this situation? It has now been over a month since initially reported and so far back that initial complaints are now disappearing from the site before the problem has been resolved. It was reported that this was to have been taken care of a week ago (1/18), but as of 1/24/22 still nothing has been done and every day that goes by more and more garbage is being accumulated here. If the City of Albuquerque is not going to help this person as a property tax paying citizen I have a right not to have this pile of garbage in my backyard.
1004 Walker Dr Ne Albuquerque, NM, 87112, USA - AlbuquerqueThis dubious "yard art" is deeply offensive and completely unnecessary. It is also a traffic hazard since I almost rear-ended someone after it caught my eye. It also appears to suggest Mrs.Clinton is either being hanged or is hanging someone. The whole yard comes off as threatening and I am requesting the homeowner take it all down.
801 Morningside Pl Se Albuquerque, NM, 87108, USA - Se HeightsThe new owner of this residential lot, zoned R-1D in the SE Heights Neighborhood Association has no plans to build a home on the site anytime soon, AND plans to use the vacant lot for a "dog agility training class" that the owner is involved with. This is not a commercial property. They have also connected city water and sewer line to their shed and have a toilet installed inside of this shed, so since when are you allowed to have a portable building with a toilet and no other residentialk structure on site. Storage sheds and portable buildings like this are only allowed when they are in the yard of a residence, not when they are erected without a residence. On top of that, this is not a commercial district and the neighborhood strongly opposes whatever dog agility program they intend to operate there.
501 Elizabeth St Se Albuquerque NM 87123, United States - AlbuquerqueI am
Sure that since the city has been out here a few times already that this person has had his 72 hour notice. Why is he still here?
I-40 W Albuquerque NM 87112, United States - AlbuquerqueHomeless tents lining the park fence near the interstate Homeless leave trash needles and harass dog park users
Homeless walk the shoulder of I-40 to get to tents which puts drivers in danger Clean this up and ship these homeless out of here If they don't want housing then make them live out of the city so people can use their city parks
13317 Central Ave Ne Albuquerque, NM, 87123, USA - AlbuquerqueThis corner of the City has plummeted in a scenario of chaos. This has caused losses of millions of dollars of economic potential and has depressed home values compared to other flourishing parts of the city. Please fix this corridor, make improvements, and begin shutting down problem areas.
505 Marquette Ave Nw Albuquerque, NM 87102, USA - Downtown
Non emergency parking by police expired meters during active meter monitoring times
§ 8-5-1-5 METER PARKING, EXPIRED METER.
(A) Except in a period of emergency determined by an officer of the Fire Department or Police Department, or except in compliance with a uniformed police officer engaged in directing traffic, any vehicle parked or standing in a space regulated by a parking meter between the hours and on the days specified on the meter shall be lawfully parked or standing only when the owner, operator or driver of such vehicle, upon parking or standing a vehicle in the metered parking space, shall immediately deposit payment as specified on the meter regulating such parking space. Failure to deposit the proper payment as required shall constitute a violation of this section. When the “VIOLATION” indicator is showing, it shall be presumptive evidence that any vehicle found parked or standing in a regulated metered space is parked or standing in violation of this section. The provisions of this section shall not relieve any person from the duty to observe other and more restrictive provisions prohibiting or limiting the stopping, standing or parking of vehicles.
Tramway Blvd Se Albuquerque, NM, 87123, USA - Singing ArrowThe city has finally erected signs (silhouette of walking person, yellow signs) possibly indicating a pedestrian crossing. The signs are ambiguous at best. They should state "Stop for Pedestrians in crosswalk". Still, a crosswalk has not been painted at the site. This is the site of major traffic, exiting the interstate (one block North), and accessing Smiths Market, Smiths Gas Station (on the East) and Sprouts, Dry Cleaners, Dollar Store, Bank, Movie Theater, Einsteins, etc (on the West). There is a large apartment community to the West resulting in many people without cars walking to shopping and crossing Tramway at this point. In addition there are many panhandlers and vagrants, some of whom are notably careless when crossing streets. This is an "accident waiting to happen". What will the City Attorney say when both the driver and the pedestrian involved in the accident hire the same attorney to sue the city?
Stephen Moody St Se Albuquerque, NM, 87123, USA - AlbuquerqueMayor Keller said he won't allow people to live in parks, or near schools. This is our neighborhood, please remove this. This is near the Manzano Community Center, children's baseball fields.