Alameda Mayor

Open Issues: 21 Closed Issues: 22,689 Acknowledged Issues: 26
Watching issues created after: 2009-10-12

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  • 1301-1315 Crown Drive Alameda, CA 94501, USA - Alameda
    Uneven path creates a trip hazard and a crash hazard for cyclists
  • 1440-1498 8th Street Alameda, California - Alameda
    During rush hour, cars moving south on 8th across the Santa Clara constantly run the light and block the intersection when the light turns red. I see this several times a week. It creates a dangerous situation for pedestrians, as well as E/W traffic on Santa Clara.
  • 1435 Webster Alameda, California - Alameda
    The public seating area at 1435 Webster Street is littered with dozens of cigarette butts.
  • 1550 5th Street Alameda, California - Alameda
    The corner store at Lincoln and 5th seems to be the meeting spot for some interested folks. I can't say for sure that there are "drug deals," but what i can say is that there are number of times where there is a quick exchange of cash with a quick exchange of something..Also, there are quite a few just "visiting" car sittings.. Meaning that a car waits for quite sometime and then someone jumps in real quick and then out again..
  • Broadway & San Jose Ave Alameda, CA - Alameda
    Pedestrians crossing Broadway at San Jose are are particularly endangered. School children are crossing in the early morning and late afternoons and anyone crossing at night face the hazard of darkness. While I don't believe traffic signals nor a 4-way stop is warranted, I do believe some kind of overhead yellow flashing signals (NOT in-ground) are that would be triggered by a pedestrian wishing to cross. Also adding zebra lines leading to the crosswalk would be an additional aid. Please see the suggested signals.
  • Street Signs Archived
    2427 Clement Ave Alameda, California - Alameda
    Add stop sign at intersection of Clement and Everett. People speed all the time down these streets. Its a blind intersection because of the tow trucks, and pedestrians do not feel safe crossing.
  • 1436 Webster Street Alameda, California - Alameda

    12:22PM on a Friday night:

    Every weekend, we can hear the thumping beat of the 'Island Paradise' club, and we're a block away on Page St.

    Two weeks ago, people were screaming at each other at 1AM.

    What can be done to reduce this noise pollution?

  • 2661 Blanding Avenue Alameda, California - Alameda
    There is a homeless encampment on the railroad right of way at the foot of the Fruitvale Bridge. There is a large pile of trash accumulating next to the encampment, along with smaller scattered amounts. The fencing on the gate leading to the bridge is torn away, which allows for easy ingress and egress. The encampment belongings and associated trash should be removed as a public health nuisance. The trees in the area should be trimmed in order to discourage homeless camping and other potential illegal activity.
  • 1102 Park Ave Alameda, California - Alameda
    Many cars speeding down the street, dangerous and noisy
  • Tilden Way Alameda, CA 94501, USA - Alameda
    Homeless encampment and piles of trash behind Pet Food Express and/or Starbucks along Tilden. Human-sized Holes in cyclone fence alongside sidewalk are entry/exits, also littered with trash. Guy has a BBQ which seems like a potential fire hazard given all the garbage & pine needles around.
  • 2209 Lincoln Avenue Alameda, California - Alameda
    I think there needs to be traffic calming on Lincoln Ave at the intersection with Walnut St.. There have been a number of auto accidents on this corner and speeding or confused drivers often ignore pedestrians crossing Lincoln. Drivers coming from Oak St.see the street opening to two lanes; so they speed up and drivers entering the intersection from the opposite direction seem to be distracted by the reduction to one lane after they cross Walnut. It is used quite a bit by Alameda High students and people walking to the bus sops on Santa Walnut and Santa Clara.
  • 1700-1716 Otis Dr Alameda, CA 94501, USA - Alameda
    The left turn from Grand onto Otis in both directions must be changed to a green arrow signal. I walk here daily and drive through this junction twice a day, and have seen at least 6 near accidents in the past month. Drivers turning left onto Otis do not notice pedestrians on the crosswalk. There is a memorial right at this point, as a sad reminder of the danger here.