Washington: Mall/NW Slice

Open Issues: 317 Closed Issues: 42,224 Acknowledged Issues: 1,083
Watching issues created after: 2009-11-19

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  • 131-199 R St Nw Washington, DC 20001, USA - Bloomingdale
    Pedestrians cross Florida Avenue NW at R with only use of a crosswalk. There is no light or stop sign for the Florida Ave traffic. I often feel unsafe crossing the street because traffic on Florida is so heavy and coming at a quick pace. I think additional traffic safety devices would help tremendously. There is a DPR park on that corner, so kids cross the street often. Additionally, people walk their dogs in the grassy park across the street.
  • 1366 Shepherd Street Northwest Washington, DC 20011, USA - Petworth
    This dump is located at the mouth of the alley at the southeast corner of shepherd and 14th st nw DC.
  • 511 O Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia - Shaw

    This abandoned house is falling apart. There is trash including a mattress in the front entryway. Drivers have been spotted stopping there to urinate in the basement entrance. The yard is overgrown. The boards are coming away from the windows. It looks accessible to vagrants and to people looking to stash things that shouldn't be stashed (e.g. drugs, weapons). In short, this beautiful old edifice has become a public hazard and public nuisance.

    Is there a plan to hold the owner accountable for making this property habitable and safe? Is there something we here in the neighborhood can do to help?

  • 401 Rhode Island Ive. Nw Washington, DC - Ledroit Park
    There is no cross walk on the north side of Rhode Island Ave on Florida Ave. making this an extremely dangerous location to cross while walking to the Shaw Metro Stop or riding the G8 bus toward Farragut Metro as most of us do in the mornings. I have seen many close calls at this crossing location.
  • 100-198 Florida Ave Nw Washington, DC 20001, USA - Bloomingdale
    This heavily used intersection is dangerous. Cars drive fast and don't stop for the significant number of pedestrians crossing the crosswalk.
  • 1001 New Hampshire Ave Nw Washington, DC 20037, USA - Foggy Bottom

    Drivers are constantly running the red light for the turn onto New Hampshire Ave here. It is a danger to pedestrians who already have a very short time to cross.

    Perhaps police should sit at this intersection and ticket all offenders. Would make way more money than parking enforcement.

  • 1800 Block Of Newton St Nw Washington, DC - Mount Pleasant

    employees of the Stoddard Nursing routinely secure 2week visitor passes illegally from MPD in order to park for free, without fear of ticketing on this zoned block:

    1) white mini van - VA plates, KJF4308, has had the largest number of 2-wk visitor passes (for at least 8 months) and parks each day.


    2) Sedan, 4 door, Maryland plate - 25994C - and displays STODDARD TAG 0071

    3) late model large sedan, light brown, DC plate BF9058 - also bears a pink Stoddard visitor tag.

  • Corner Of 4th And New Hampshire Nw Washington, DC - Petworth
    Everyday children, seniors, students and neighborhood residents cannot safely cross the street at 4th and New Hamshire Avenue. There is no traffic light to cross at and the cars refuse to not stop at pedestrian crossing lines. THIS IS AN EXTREME ACCIDENT WAITING TO HAPPEN!!!
  • 1020 Girard St Nw Washington, DC 20001, USA - Columbia Heights
    Add a 4 way stop at 11th and girard please!
  • Warner St Nw Washington, DC - Shaw
    DCPD took 25 minute to arrive on the scene of a crime in progress. As a result, the criminal escaped.
  • Tree Inspection Acknowledged
    1531 Kingman Place Northwest Washington, DC 20005, USA - Logan Circle
    Important - time sensitive. Sidewalk, curb, and apron repair all beginning today, Tuesday, December 18th.
  • 1115 12th St Nw Washington, DC - Logan Circle
    Throughout the District, there are signs warning drivers to not block the box. My home commute path takes me up 12 Street and across Mass Ave. Every day, between the hours of 4:30 and 6:00, which is the range during which I've experienced this issue, drivers along Mass Ave will block the box, not allowing drivers along 12th Street to cross over Mass Ave. Often, I have to wait 2-4 light cycles in order to get past cars that continue to drive down Mass Ave, even when they have no room to do so. I would be immensely satisfied if I were to see a TCO at this intersection during my home commute this afternoon. And perhaps doing this on a regular basis would alleviate the blocking the box issues, as I am aware that this is a ticketable offense. Thank you in advance.