Emeryville PLUS

Open Issues: 541 Closed Issues: 2,158 Acknowledged Issues: 269
Watching issues created after: 2019-07-22

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  • 67th St & Hollis St Emeryville, CA, 94608, USA - Emeryville
    The intersection at 67th St & Hollis St is dangerous. I work at a nearby company, and I have witnessed four accidents at the intersection since last November. Berkeley PD has come by a few of them, so there could be a log of accident reports there. Many of them happen because the intersection has a two-way stop sign. Speeding drivers, who have the right of way, often collide with drivers trying to cross Hollis Street. In addition, drivers going south on Hollis St. occasionally go too fast when they turn right onto 67th St. (Again, I've seen Berkeley PD pull over a few drivers at this intersection - there could be a log of reports.) Many workers are walking around that area and are loading trucks right around the corner, and it concerns me when drivers plow through that intersection. My hope is that we can get a 4-way stop sign there to reduce the auto accidents and the chance of a ped vs. auto accident. At the very least, we could at least get a "Yield to Pedestrian" sign like they have on 66th St/Hollis St.
  • Overland Ave Emeryville, CA, 94608, USA - Emeryville
    Trains are making excessive horn noises at multiple hours through the night and it’s disrupting our sleep.
  • 1060 41st St Emeryville, CA, 94608, USA - Emeryville
    As a parent of a student who attends the East Bay German International School, I wonder how the new street design is improving the safety of our kids and parents who need to bring their kids to the school entrance. As it can be seen drivers as well as passengers who are sitting behind the driver in case of carpooling would need to open their doors into the narrow street which requires cars that would be driving by to stop to avoid collisions. Furthermore, the limited space for drop-off or parking next to the stopping traffic due to passengers opening their doors into the street is causing a significant traffic backlog that blocks Adeline Street in both directions.
  • W Macarthur Blvd & Emery St Emeryville, CA, 94608, USA - Emeryville
    Tons of Debris, tarps, wooden pallets, trash, litter, carts, paper, garbage, spilling into the street over the curb and on the side of the road. On the median and across up the freeway embankment. Traffic hazard. On W. MacArthru Blvd extending in between Emery St. and Hollis St.
  • 1340-1348 40th St Emeryville, CA, 94608, USA - Emeryville
    Homeless encampment at corner of Hollis and 40th. Next to bus stops and future art center.
  • 40th St. At Hollis St. Emeryville, CA 94608, USA - Emeryville
    begining encampment
  • 6707 Bay St Emeryville, CA, 94608, USA - Emeryville
    Why is the City if Emeryville not doing anything about the dumping and trash at the homeless encampments at the I-80 Shellmound exit? It’s now gotten completely out of control.
  • 6700-6798 Shellmound St Emeryville, CA, 94608, USA - Emeryville

    I've seen countless posts about the out of control encampment on Shellmound and yet it grows and grows. Has Emeryville given up? Should we sell our businesses and move to other cities? Emeryville won't do anything, Berkeley won't do anything, Caltrans won't do anything. We have a pandemic on the rise and a college situated next door to biohazard that goes complete ignored. What, exactly, has Emeryville Pubic Works done about this situation? What, exactly, is the plan besides the obvious hiding of posts and shirking of responsibility?

    Make no mistake – Parts of this encampment fall within Emeryville jurisdiction. Take care of that part if you are unwilling to assist in the rest of it and communicate the efforts.

  • 6440 Shellmound St Emeryville, CA, 94608, USA - Emeryville
    During this past week, the train horns are blasting again during the very early morning hours (4-5am). The noise had subsided for several months but it has started again. What is the city doing to handle this situation?
  • 4595 Horton St Emeryville 94608, United States - Emeryville
    Homeless encampment under the pedestrian bridge on the Horton Street side.
  • Watts St Emeryville 94608, United States - Clawson
    Large area of dumping on the west side of Watts Street, just south of West MacArthur Boulevard. 2/22/2020 photo.
  • 3900 Adeline St Emeryville, CA, 94608, USA - Emeryville
    There's a white Ram truck that every day is double parked in the bike lane on the northeast side of Adeline & 39th, and often there is also two other cars parked there as well. No owners and the cars are off.