Park View DC

Open Issues: 29 Closed Issues: 3,541 Acknowledged Issues: 96
Watching issues created after: 2011-12-09

Park View neighborhood area of Washington DC

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  • Street Repair Archived
    524 Harvard Street Northwest Washington, DC 20009, USA - Park View
    Could be hazardous to peds, windshields, etc.
  • 811 Otis Place Northwest Washington, DC 20010, USA - Park View
  • Sign Replace Archived
    867-897 Otis Place Northwest Washington, District of Columbia - Park View
    This is really a sign repair request. The Do Not Enter sign on the northeast corner of Otis & New Hampshire Aves. is loose and hanging upside down. Please repair.
  • 447 Luray Place Northwest Washington, DC 20010, USA - Park View
    There is a pink plastic bin with garbage on the curb that had not been picked up the last couple of trash days. It is still on the curb and it would be nice to have the trash collection folks pick it up this time. Thank you
  • Street Repair Archived
    529 Gresham Place Northwest Washington, DC 20001, USA - Park View
    There is jet of steam blasting out of the manhole. Needs repair.
  • 616 Irving Street Northwest Washington, DC 20010, USA - Park View
    Cardboard boxes left next to recycling bin were not collected
  • 811 Otis Place Northwest Washington, DC 20010, USA - Park View
  • 611 Newton Place Northwest Washington, DC 20010, USA - Park View
  • 2821-2827 Georgia Avenue Northwest Washington, DC 20001, USA - Ledroit Park
  • 640 Rock Creek Church Road Washington, District of Columbia - Park View
    The sidewalk in front of property is newer, but inferior materials were used. The sidewalk did not hold up to salt during the winter snow, and has begun to flake.
  • 642 Rock Creek Church Road Washington, District of Columbia - Park View
    The tree roots are close to the surface here. Asphalt has been used as a solution, but it is still a trip hazard.
  • Sidewalk Repair Acknowledged
    3642 Georgia Washington, District of Columbia - Park View
    The sidewalk in front of property at the intersection of Georgia & New Hampshire Avenues is newer, but inferior materials were used. The sidewalk did not hold up to salt during the winter snow, and has begun to flake and become pitted.