Park View DC

القضايا المفتوحة: 28 اصدارا: 3,541 قضايا المعترف: 96
Watching issues created after: 2011-12-09

Park View neighborhood area of Washington DC

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  • 610 Princeton Place Washington, District of Columbia - Park View
    The entrance to the alley to the east of the property is in poor repair. Please repair.
  • 755 Columbia Rd Nw - Columbia Heights

    There is regularly broken glass in front of these houses with matching (same brand) beer pack boxes in 755's recycling bin

    The bottle pieces are big enough to cut tires

  • Tree Planting Archived
    784 Irving Street Northwest Washington, DC 20010, USA - Columbia Heights
  • 3514 Park Place Northwest Washington, DC 20010, USA - Park View
    Trees and poison ivy growing out over sidewalk. Poison ivy is at face-height for small children walking on sidewalk.
  • 626 Lamont St Nw Washington 20010, United States - Park View
    Rear of property is filthy and full of rodents
  • 3533 Warder St Nw - Park View
    This pile of trash has been sitting at the walkway to the backyard on Manor Place for weeks. It appeared after the owner had some workmen at the house. The house is a vacant rental.
  • 444 Kenyon St Nw Washington, DC 20010, USA - Park View
    light by Lois mailou Jones alley opening on Kenyon St NW is out.
  • 3118 Georgia Ave Nw Washington 20010, United States - US Congressional District DC98
    Large wall is tagged in multiple places
  • 510 Lamont St Nw Washington 20010, United States - Park View
    518 Lamont street residents place trash in recycling can. Also dump trash in open, ripped bags, spreading trash on sidewalk and neighbor’s property creating rat issue for neighborhood
  • 741 Park Rd Nw Washington 20010, United States - Park View

    Bedroom furniture obstructing sidewalk.

    This is a constant issue from residents from this and 732.

  • 615 Keefer Pl Nw Washington 20010, United States - Park View
    Mattress box springs dumped in alley
  • 3668 Park Pl Nw Washington, DC - Park View
    The grass in the Reservation is well over 10 inches tall, the District's own standard for unacceptable grass height.