The entire alley has tons of deep potholes and has eroded to the point where I can no longer get my car in to my driveway. Having a paved driveway was a selling feature of my house and now I can't even use it. You can see from the picture that the alley may have been paved at one point. My neighbor at 2028 West Main also has a paved driveway and told me that cars can't access his driveway either. Any help would be greatly appreciated
The alley between Rowland and Meadow and between Main and Cary. The alley has a number of very large potholes and needs to at least be redone with gravel. I really think that the alley ultimately needs to be completely paved as there is a large amount of traffic through this alley.
2024 West Main Street Richmond, VA 23220, USA - The Fan
Alley between Floyd and Main St on the 2000 block (between Rowland and Meadow) is eroding more and more each day. Once again, the alley needs to be paved, not re-graveled. Lots of homeowners have issues getting in their driveways.
Cary Street Road westbound, in the left/center lane, at Layfette Street. There are loose cast iron valve covers and manholes that are loud and make a terrible nuisance when cars and trucks drive over then. Given the high traffic volumes on this street, there is constant noise being generated day and night. Here is a link to a you tube video with sound of the exact problem: http://youtu.be/zgnqeYwJIsk
The entire stretch of S Belmont between W Cary St and Grayland Ave was overlooked or poorly cleared in the most recent leaf removal. Signs were posted but later taken down. No street cleaning vehicles were observed
This corner is experiencing a lot of accidents because there is not enough visibility for traffic turning off of Shepard to Floyd. There are a lot of kids on this block. This corner needs a traffic mirror or more space before parking at corner is allowed
There are no numbers visible here and the alleyway doesn't have a visible name, but this address should be good enough; it's the first right on Parkwood after the Harrison St. intersection, tucked behind the VCU West Cary Parking deck. Head up the little access road to the alley and look to your right.