Pat Lane

Open Issues: 7 Closed Issues: 1,394 Acknowledged Issues: 28
Watching issues created after: 2013-05-23


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  • 1501 Eckington Pl Ne Washington, DC - Eckington
    Heading south on Eckington Pl NE towards Florida Ave NE, the signage is confusing as to which lane one should be in. If you want to turn right on Florida then immediate turn left on 1st St NE to either stay on 1st or to go West on New York, nobody knows which lane to be in (the signage only refers to going West on Florida or East on New York. Cars trying to turn for either of the other options mentioned above don't know which lane to be in, and several near accidents and a lot of angry honking has occurred (I witnessed some extreme anger between two cars, yelling at each other). The signs (and possibly some pavement markings) need to be improved to help the situation.
  • 101-199 T Street Northeast Washington, DC - Eckington
    Along T Street NE in between 2nd Street and Summit Place by McKinley Technology High School there is a gross amount of litter on the streets and on the grass/sidewalks - and it continues to increase as the weather gets warmer. The students blatantly disregard that littering is wrong, as well as a crime. They throw bottles, cans, snack wrappers, pizza boxes, and school papers nonchalantly knowing there are no repercussions. The school and the city should enforce littering codes and keep Eckington beautiful - it is unfair to the residents who work to maintain a nice and respectable neighborhood community.
  • Bicycles Archived
    167 Uhland Terrace Ne Washington, DC 20002, USA - Eckington
    neighbors have cut into the sidewalk and put some metal piece there to store a bike motorbike they store there motorbike on the sidewalk.
  • 169 Uhland Terr Ne Washington, DC - Eckington
    I have reported this issue once before and will continue to report it until proper actions are taken!!! I don't understand why it is okay for people to park MOPEDS on the SIDEWALK (169 Uhland Terr NE). To my understanding it's not legal to park vehicles operated by gas on the public sidewalk nor is it okay for anyone to cut into public sidewalk without a permit. This issue was reported more than a month ago and NOTHING has been done! There was a worker who put out an orange tag and no one has ever followed up. Something needs to be done about this!
  • Rats Open
    15 Todd Pl Ne Washington, DC 20002, USA - Eckington
    Alley and area in back of house overrun by rats.
  • Rat Abatement Archived
    15 Todd Pl Ne Washington, DC 20002, USA - Eckington
    Rats are everywhere in the alley and in my back yard area. This year has been worse than last year.
  • Vacant Lot Archived
    1941 Summit Pl Ne Washington, DC 20002, USA - Eckington
    No one is living here and the house has an over growth of weeds and trees. Trash is all over the yard and the siding on the home is blowing into the street hitting cars.
  • 1928 Summit Pl Ne Washington, DC 20002, USA - Eckington
    Overgrown grasses at private property
  • 120-170 V St Ne Washington, DC 20002, USA - Eckington
    Cars speed off of Rhode Island Ave down a residential street. Unsafe for the community. Other streets in neighboorhood have speed bumps. This location needs a speed bump for safety.
  • Bicycles Archived
    169 Uhland Terrace Ne Washington, DC 20002, USA - Eckington
    Illegal motorbike parking and cutting into public sidewalk.
  • North Capitol St & Rhode Island Ave Washington, DC 20002, USA - Eckington
    The main traffic light at this intersection is completely broken and ineffective. There is virtually no light emitted from either the STOP, YIELD, or GO light that is visible while heading East towards Lincoln. It creates confusion and is a severe traffic hazard that needs to be investigated and repaired AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
  • 1944 3rd Street Ne Washington, District of Columbia - Eckington
    There are large amounts of trash including Save-a-Lot shopping cart a permanent fixture where people use the shopping cart as a dumpster. It is an eyesore and the lawn of the apartment buildings immediately in front of it are littered with trash: empty bags of chips, discarded paper, broken bottles, and other trash strewn all over the properties' front yard, sidewalks, and curb area.