City of Berkeley Service Request

Open Issues: 1 Closed Issues: 10,155 Acknowledged Issues: 1,047
Watching issues created after: 2009-10-12

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  • Pothole Archived
    30 Roanoke Road Berkeley, California - Berkeley

    A significant sinkhole has recently developed on Roanoke Road. This is more than a mere pothole, of which there are many already on Roanoke Road - it is a significant hazard and safety issue. As one neighbor describes it:

    "I've seen a few bikers almost fall of their bikes due to the combination of the steep hill and this very steep crater. Also, cars suddenly swerve onto the other side of the street to avoid it - but it's a somewhat curvy, hilly street and I've seen them almost swerve into oncoming traffic."

  • 3053 3099 Martin Luther King Jr Way Berkeley, CA 94703, USA - South Berkeley
    There is a lot of construction around the Ashby BART stop but nothing has been done about the ridiculous amount of litter that just keeps piling up around the perimeter. It's disgraceful.
  • 1107 High Court Berkeley, California - Berkeley
    Stormwater runoff for half of High Court street in berkeley does not flow to the storm drain, but instead flows into the driveways for 1107 and 1109 High Court, causing flooding, property damage, and a hazard for residents. The street needs to be repaired so that the water flows into the storm drain
  • Woolsey And Tremont Street Berkeley, CA - Berkeley
    Woolsey Street, between Shattuck and Adeline, is a major pedestrian route to Ashby BART. The last month has seen five armed robberies on Woolsey near Tremont and Whitney. The street is very dark and needs improved lighting. The BART station parking lot is well lit, making the surrounding streets even darker and unsafe for pedestrians. Please improve the lighting on this street! More street lights are necessary.
  • Pothole Archived
    1022-1044 Murray St Berkeley, CA 94710, USA - Berkeley
    Road surface failure along entire roadway on Murray St.
  • 1018 Bancroft Way Berkeley, CA - Berkeley
    For years, AT&T technicians have been leaving their debris behind at over 20 telecommunications terminals (the green boxes) in Berkeley, littering the public easements and the street gutters leading to the Bay. The Mayor, all City Council Members, the City Manager, and AT&T Corporate officials have been aware of this problem for the last 7 months but have failed in their efforts to stop it. Please join your neighbors by sending a clear signal to city hall that we will not tolerate this continued littering in our city. Please also join us on Facebook and by searching: STOP ATT LITTER
  • Other Acknowledged
    1945–1973 Hearst Ave Berkeley 94709, United States - Berkeley
    Unattended objects, garbage on public sidewalk, roadway at Ohlone Park. Across from 1932 Hearst.
  • 800-848 Stanford Ave Berkeley, CA - Santa Fe

    The curb in front of the Stanford Market on Stanford Ave in Berkeley between King St and 62nd St needs to be painted red, between the two curb cuts. The van repair shop across Stanford regularly stores their vehicles here, which blocks the view of oncoming traffic heading south-west on Stanford from anyone heading south on King St.

    This is especially dangerous for bicyclists and pedestrians trying to go south from King St to the path across the Stanford Ave median, as cross traffic is often moving very fast and a clear view is of utmost importance.

  • 3337 California St Berkeley, CA 94703, USA - North Oakland
    Still there. Issue has not been resolved
  • Illegal Dumping Acknowledged
    1920 West St Berkeley Ca 94702 United States - Berkeley
    I would like the city to articulate an actual response about this encampment. I know the city has cleaned up other encampments. What do I have to do to hear the city’s plan for dealing with this problem?
  • Illegal Dumping Acknowledged
    Bay St Berkeley, CA, 94710, USA - Berkeley
    The encampment on Shellmound / Baystreet at the freeway off ramp is out of control. It has grown to look like a Mumbai slum! It is an environmentyal and health hazard. Ultimately much of that crap will end up in the bay! It is understood the people are homeless and I mean them no harm but something needs to be done. This encampment has been growing for over a year and keeps getting worse. I suspect there may be a jurisdiction dispute between Caltrans, Berkeley and Emeryville. Frankly, that is your problem to resolve, not the problem of those of us who live here. Why don't all 3 get together and work toward a solution!
  • Acton St & Parker St Berkeley, CA, 94702, USA - South Berkeley
    The RVs have been a frequent problem on Acton at Parker and Blake, but now a homeless encampment has taken over the public path adjoining the Santa Fe right-of-way. Tents, solar panel, lean-to. This is a quiet, wholly residential neighborhood. Please, evict them before this gets to be an even more serious problem for the neighbors. Thank you.