Alameda Public Works

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Public Works

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  • 2161 Encinal Ave Alameda, CA 94501, USA - Alameda
    I did call public work a few weeks ago to report missing street sweeping sign. But it seems nobody to take care about it. Falling leaves block drainage and overdue permit car has been parking in front of our houses without moving for a decade.
  • 1538-1540 Buena Vista Ave Alameda, California - Alameda
    See attached photo. This is on Entrance road at Buena vista. This is the third time I have reported it.
  • 2704 Otis Dr Alameda, CA 94501, USA - Alameda
    At Krusi Park behind tennis courts, 2 tags
  • 1537 Gibbons Dr Alameda, California - Alameda
    The street has a large protuberance causing a possible hazard to drive over.
  • 1415 Webster Street Alameda, California - Alameda
    Request for loading zone in front of post office at 1415 Webster Street.
  • 1151-1185 Highway 61 Alameda, California - Alameda
    Either side of this block. Orange. Being used by contractor parking multiple vehicles on the street.
  • 2100 Mariner Square Drive Alameda, CA - Alameda
    Someone is dumping dirt in the RR ROW behind his property. Please check in terms of illegal dumping, fill without a permit, and urban runoff concerns.
  • 2000 Main Street Alameda, CA 94501, USA - Alameda
    Fence pole is leaning out over bike path and head height
  • 8th Street And Haight Avenue Alameda, CA 94501, USA - Alameda
    Speeding cars on 8th Street make it very difficult to cross 8th at Haight Avenue. Seldom will a car stop for a pedestrian (as required by law); you must wait for a break in the flow of traffic.
  • 1600-1698 5th Street Alameda, California - Alameda
    Traffic light does not recognize bicycle traffic. Please revise light so cyclists do not need to run a red light or use pedestrian crossing signals by riding up onto sidewalks.
  • Central Ave At Sixth St Alameda, Ca - Alameda
    Dear Transportation Commissioners,

    I am writing in regards to item 5-B on the November 18th Transportation Commission agenda. I am disappointed to see that Sixth and Central Avenue is not planned to have a Rectangular Rapid Fire Beacon. According to the City’s own records, there have been four pedestrian injuries at this intersection. Yet, Rectangular Rapid Fire Beacons will be installed at intersections that have had no pedestrian injuries. There was just another injury accident last week. A motorist rear-ended another motorist who had stopped for a pedestrian at this intersection. If a Rectangular Rapid Fire Beacon is not be installed at this intersection, please explain why. There is a church, school and daycare center on Sixth Street near Central. Many pedestrians cross Central at Sixth. The number of pedestrian injuries at this intersection should send a strong message as to the need for a beacon. It would also help to protect motorists and bicyclists from rear-end collisions as occurred last week. Please install a safety beacon at Central and Sixth.

    Regards,

    Steve Gerstle
  • 609 Haight Avenue Alameda, California - Alameda
    Homeowners are absentee and may not be aware of this dangerous well. Property is managed locally by property management company. Home is rented; small children and older children at risk.