People that want to SEE ALL PARTS OF Oakland looking BEAUTIFUL AGAIN

Open Issues: 1,290 Closed Issues: 20,588 Acknowledged Issues: 3,120
Watching issues created after: 2012-05-31

Important parts of this puzzle of working class people that have a concerns of how the game of having a job and doing it works.

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  • 910a 89th Ave Oakland, CA 94621, USA - Highland
    Dangerous amount of trash blocking street. Cars and bikes have trouble passing. May also attract rodents to residential areas near by. Need immediate attention. Thank you.
  • Ellington Way Oakland, California - Elmhurst Park

    This is my 10th request to have this Bullcrap moved form Ellington Way, its part of a car dashboard, please have it moved, you all keep closing this out, but the dam car part is still there. Please have your lazy city workers get it cleaned up, instead they are riding around doing nothing, or somewhere sitting under a tree sleeping, Please get it moved, please.


  • 802 Stone Street Oakland, California - South Stonehurst
    A large trailer full of discarded household items has been moved from in front of the Stonehurst property to this new location in front of the Prince of Peace Church. The Oakland PD was kind enough to have the suv that had been parked there towed, but now the Stonehurst squatters' garbage heap has taken its place.
  • 1001 90th Ave Oakland, California - Highland
    Here i go again, since the city is still not doing anything nor are they going to do anything, since there response was " we are not sending our workers we don't want them to get sick" so basically screw threw people who live in this neighborhood, screw our children with respiratory problem and the adults worth the same problems. All who have to breath and smell this crap. There have 4 more dumps in a weeks time worth the latest last night
  • Sidewalk Acknowledged
    850-898 Prune St Oakland, California - North Stonehurst
    Sidewalk has a 2 inch lift and it's a real hazard and it's by the handicap Ramp
  • 9910 Edes Ave Oakland, CA 94603, USA - Brookfield Village
    this block of Edes Ave is full of trash. the sidewalk is blocked, neighborhood kids use this as a route to school. imagine having to walk through this filth everyday just to get to school? oakland should be ashamed to allow these conditions.
  • 887 92nd Ave Oakland Ca - Highland
    There was a reported Mobil home dumped here 3-4 months ago which has recently been removed. This is the trash accumulated for those many months and left behind. Had you (City of Oakland) removed the blight earlier, this neighborhood would not need to look at this MESS!
  • 10200-10298 E St Oakland, CA 94603, USA - North Stonehurst

    Repeated illegal dumping in front of the commercial/industrial property on E street between 100th and 102nd.

    Every time somebody cleans up here a new dumper leaves furniture, multiple garbage bags, construction debris, bags of moldy insulation, etc. Some contractor is using this as their personal trash dump.

    The ugly fence and razor wire are attracting blight and crime to this street. The business owner who owns this property needs to take more steps to prevent dumping here since it is an ongoing problem and their ugly/janky fence is ruining the neighborhood. Razor wire makes it look like nobody cares.

    This is right next to an elementary school and beautiful garden and the blight is very disappointing. I also think it's creating a safety concern for children walking to school.

    A body was found a block away from this dumping site last week. Kids shouldn't have to weave through corpses and garbage on their way to school :(. I feel horrible that this person was left dead on the street and nobody seems to know or care about it.

    Aside from the blight and crime caused by this property, it would actually be a nice residential neighborhood. Until recently there wasn't a lot of violent crime here but lately it's gotten worse. Everyone here is trying their best. This ugly industrial plot doesn't belong here. Their razor wire and garbage are ruining it for everyone else.

  • 8036 San Leandro Street Oakland, California - Woodland
    Next to the multi use path 81 and 85 there is a lot of trash unrelated to the homeless camps that are also along the way. I am not asking to do anything about the homeless camps, I know that is a wast of breath, but the amount of debris poses problems for foot and bike traffic here.
  • 9846-9898 Pearmain St Oakland, CA 94603, USA - South Stonehurst
    Yet again another pile of garbage dumped on Pearmain. What do I tell my clients who visit my frame shop on Apple. Do I tell them that the city doesn't care about this part of Oakland? I am sure that is not the case. It does seem to me that lately they have been responding a little quicker to these posts but the problem needs to be fixed not just have a bandaid put over it. Come on Oakland lets get this problem solved catch someone in the act and make an example out of them. Give the dumpers jail time and a hefty fine.
  • Hegenberger Road Coliseum Bart Station Exits Oakland, California - Coliseum
    Debris and trash dumped all around exits leading on and off Hegenberger Road in and around the parking lot between 69th to 74th Avenues alongside the landscaped overpasses gradients and slopes with garbage is spilling dangerously out onto roadways. Regular surveillance is needed to capture criminals dumping to curb this constant behavior from perpetrators.
  • 851-899 Prune Street Oakland, California - North Stonehurst

    Huge pile of debris all over the street and sidewalk. Couches, car seats, counters, TV, @#$% videos, garbage and construction debris. It looks like the entire contents of an apartment strewed in the roadway.

    I tried to report this as a crime to the non-emergency police dispatcher; all she would do is say she'd refer it to Public Works. But this is a crime that can easily be solved; the city has a video camera aimed right at the spot, so they should be able to see the truck in the act of dumping that stuff between the evening of the 7th, when it wasn't there, and the afternoon of the 8th, when it was. If they don't bother watching the tapes when a crime's committed, what's the good of installing all that equipment?