Mga Bukas na Isyu: 217 Mga Saradong Isyu: 2,040 Mga Na-acknowledge na Isy: 713
Minamanmanan ang mga isyu na ginawa pagkatapos: 2012-07-02

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  • 590 52nd Street Oakland, California - Shafter
    The overgrown area between the drive-through coffeeshop and the highway has been turned into a hardcore hobo camp complete with tents and ornery inhabitants who beg, steal (probably), and act generally scuzzy all over temescal. There are frequently condoms and needles on the ground nearby and one must watch their step lest they get pricked. Please do something
  • Illegal Dumping Acknowledged
    5401-5417 Shafter Ave Oakland, CA 94618, USA - Shafter
    *** What is going on here?*** Why is nothing being done to remove this junk hoarded on a public street? No one is living here. It is all illegal dumping. A van or truck pulls up almost every day to add more junk. Many people have reported this why is nothing being done?
  • Clifton X Claremont Oakland, CA - Shafter
    Started about 10 days ago off the Clatemont Ave exit from 24. Started with a tent, now multiple tarps, stuff. At least one possibly intoxicated person wobbling on the exit at dusk.
  • Sidewalk Acknowledged
    5439 Claremont Ave Oakland, California - Shafter
    Three Homeless Emcampments with stolen trash cans, drug use, pedestrian disturbances and illegal dumping. Locations:
    1. 5400 block of Claremont under the freeway across from Frog Park
    2. On Hudson at Claremont across from Frog Park
    3. On Clifton at HWY 24
  • 5468 Locksley Oakland, California - Shafter
    Small area where people camped at end of street now covered by human waste and garbage
  • Shafter Oakland, California - Shafter
    At Highway 24 and Telegraph, offensive public exposure and harassment. On going issue, Caltrans uncooperative and largely unresponsive.
  • 5435 Claremont Avenue Oakland, California - Shafter

    Trash is overflowing into the street. Parts of the sidewalk are inaccessible to those in a wheelchair. Everything is covered by tarps so can’t see a lot of it. Picture doesn’t truly capture how terrible and unsanitary it is.

    Homeless individuals need assistance.

  • 5408–5456 Claremont Ave Oakland 94618, United States - Shafter
    Giant pile of hoarded junk blocking the sidewalk - this is an ADA access issue! Has been here for over a year. Why is the city not addressing this after numerous report? Do the city staff just not care?
  • 5439 Claremont Avenue Oakland, California - Shafter
    There is a man in a large white van unloading misc. materials onto the underpass in front of the undersea mural, across from FROG Park. The man seems to be building up a collection of things there and then covering them with a tarp. Today is the first day I've witnessed him adding things, but the row of misc. materials has definitely been growing over the past couple weeks. This is not the first time there's been a build-up of materials in this location.
  • 450-454 51st Street Oakland, California - Shafter

    Please remove the very large pile of junk that has been left here, on the north side of 51st Street, across from 445 51st, between Clarke and Miles.

    Two people were living here for a period of time, and they brought a lot of stuff with them. I have not seen them for a few weeks, but their outdoor den is still in full effect. It's nasty and should be removed.

  • 5468 Locksley Ave Oakland, CA 94618, USA - Shafter
    there is a white couple living under the freeway for at least the past two weeks. they have accumulated garbage in addition to their own belongings. the male was seen openly defecating next to the utility box yesterday. this couple moves around the neighborhood. they need to be approached by authorities and moved elsewhere. the couple needs help making a plan to get off the steets. I do not accept that people should live outside.
  • 404 51st Street oakland, ca, Oakland, California - Shafter
    There is a bunch of debris, possibly related to a homeless person, on the north side of 51st Street between Shafter and Webster avenues. There's been a van periodically parked there and the debris seems to be increasing by the day.