Boston Mayor's Office

Open Issues: 6 Closed Issues: 7 081 Uppmärksammade Ärenden: 1 651
Watching issues created after: 2009-10-04

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  • 106 Dorchester Street - South Boston
    must stop the double parking in front of PS deli. this goes on all day long as people stop in the middle of the street to get their coffee. they block the right lane to the green arrow to continue on to east broadway. meter maids n police need to do their jobs! this is a huge problem when it takes 10 minutes to get through perkins square.
  • Tobin Memorial Bridge Boston, MA - Charlestown
    Pothole in Northbound tunnel in passing lane, 20-30 feet past merger on leftmost side of lane right as elevation starts to rise and bridge begins. Pothole is on or combined with a metal storm drain, bent both of my left wheels, front and rear with bad impact.
  • Scooter parking Acknowledged
    Ave De Lafayette Boston, MA - Downtown
    Has the issue of sidewalk parking by scooters been addressed? I was assessed a $65 ticket for parking on the sidewalk. While other unlicensed scooters were not assessed, the fact that I have properly licensed my bike encouraged ticketing. While ridership increases, to the great benefit of the city, reasonable parking options are not widely available. Is this topic earnestly under discussion? Are there plans to expand beyond the single area in Back Bay currently serving as the lone beacon of sense regarding this issue? I would like to be able to keep riding, keeping costs down and helping to alleviate traffic. All I ask is that I can park near work with a price tag commiserate with my vehicular impact, and not risk an outrageously priced parking violation. Thank you.
  • Filthy Stadium Acknowledged
    460 Old Colony Ave Boston, MA 02125, USA - South Boston
    The field & track @ Saunders stadium is a mess. Not only is there trash and broken glass all about the stadium, but there is also used condoms, knifes as well as feces. Kids use this park as well as adults. Why can't the city spend some time maintaining this place?
  • Graffiti Acknowledged
    130-180 Storrow Dr Boston, Massachusetts - Fenway-Kenmore
    Under BU Bridge, both sides
  • 88-90 B St Boston, MA 02127, USA - South Boston
    New graffiti on Sturgis and abutting properties. Trash everywhere on this street from dumpsters, a crazy woman in the West Broadway development that for some reason continues to feed the birds and a new convenience store that promotes throwing food wrappers and scratch tickets all over the street/sidewalk.
  • 1915 William J Day Blvd Boston, MA - South Boston
    the water fountain along Day blvd that intersects with the sugar bowl walkway does not turn off. Water pours out constantly.
  • 104 Brooks St Boston, MA 02128, USA - East Boston
    I am tired seeing all the trash from the beginning of Brooke street up to intersection of Lexington!! the city should address the property owners & FINE, it's an embarrressment for those that live in Eastie & who clean & take pride in there urban dwelling!!
  • 139 Tremont Street Boston, Massachusetts - Beacon Hill
    There is a severe shortage of bicycle racks around Boston Common. This is a busy area and near several important transit stations. There is plenty of space along Boston Common to install racks, especially along Tremont Street. Right now bikes end up being locked to street signs, including handicapped signs, where the bikes could obstruct vehicle access for people in wheelchairs, etc. Let's install racks where the bikes can be stored properly and safely.
  • 155-165 William T Morrissey Blvd Boston, MA 02125, USA - North Dorchester
    Cars not stopping at the lights here.
  • 736 E 5th St Boston, MA 02127, USA - South Boston
    There are five just between N and O. And there's a couple on N between 6th and 4th. How easy is it to get a handicap spot?
  • Back St Boston, MA - Back Bay

    Thank you to six building owners who, after one year of requesting the City of Boston's help and received none (not one penny of our 39% increase in tax dollars!!!), paid out of their pockets to repave portions of this alley. Here again proving that private citizens, not city government, do the right thing with out money. Boston, you should be ashamed of yourselves for taking more money and giving less. Ashamed!

    Poorly repaired and 5 new potholes of similar size and depth riddle this alleyway. 3 FOOT X 1 FOOT pothole on Back Street between Hereford and Mass Ave along with huge depressions from the Boston's oversized garbage trucks bearing down and scarring this alley. It is dangerous condition and has taken dozens of tires, rims, bumpers, bikers and small children. Why is the only stretch of Back Street that has not been repaired and repaved??? Please HELP!!!