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  • 3600 16th Street Northwest Washington, DC 20010, USA - Mount Pleasant
  • Mt Pleasant St Nw & Lamont St Nw Washington, DC 20010, USA - Mount Pleasant
    Brick repair
  • 1538 Ogden St Nw Washington, DC - Columbia Heights
    Very large plastic tarp stuck in a tree on Ogden NW by Spring Pl NW. Has been in tree since the Derecho storm in June.
  • Rat Abatement Archived
    1411 Monroe St Nw Washington, DC 20010, USA - Columbia Heights
    There are large weeds on the empty property at 1411 Monroe st nw. At night many rats are in the weeds.
  • 1376 Park Rd Nw Washington, DC 20010, USA - Columbia Heights
    Every single day a large group homeless people, alcoholics and thieves congregate in front of the Z Burger restaurant. We need the City to act!
  • Other Archived
    2433-2461 16th Street Northwest Washington, DC 20009, USA - Adams Morgan
    We need more crosswalk enforcement at this intersection. With no light or crossing signal NO ONE stops for pedestrians. I've nearly been run over multiple times crossing from the bus stop to the Harris Teeter.
  • 1864 Park Road Northwest Washington, DC 20010, United States of America - Mount Pleasant
    This car must be towed. It has been left dangerously blocking safe alley access and creating an imminent traffic hazard. It has been parked illegally for 1 week
  • Rat Abatement Archived
    1756 Lanier Pl Nw Washington, DC 20009, USA - Adams Morgan
    Always had some now they are everywhere
  • 1449 Columbia Rd Nw Washington, DC 20009, USA - Columbia Heights
    cover is broken in three pieces and looks like it could fall in if someone stepped on it, causing serious injury. In alley directly behind church at 1459 columbia rd nw
  • Rat Abatement Archived
    1347 Parkwood Pl Nw Washington, DC 20010, USA - Columbia Heights
  • Crescent Trail Washington, DC - Adams Morgan
  • 3642-3698 16th Street Northwest Washington, District of Columbia - Mount Pleasant
    There is a pothole on 16th St. that is lager (both wider and longer) than the size of a sedan due to ongoing road construction. For several weeks, it was a mound which I jokingly referred to as the largest, unmarked speed bump in the city. Some work was done to the area and it is no longer a mound, but a trench with several, deep potholes within the trench itself, and it doesn't matter how slowly you drive over it, you will still hit each dent with a bang. I have to drive over or around this every day on both my morning and evening commutes. I have witnessed fender benders and bottlenecking as a result, and my drive has become noticably longer as a result of the delays this causes. I'm sure my poor tires are much worse for the wear as well. Please fix!