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Open Issues: 0 Closed Issues: 2 093 Acknowledged Issues: 57
Watching issues created after: 2013-08-22

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  • Alley Repair Archived
    17 South Sheppard Street Richmond, VA - Carytown
    Massive car grinding, water pooling potholes have appeared in this alley used by many visitors to Carytown. Massive potholes in alley near access to parking deck.
  • Grove And Thompson Richmond, VA - The Museum District
    The intersection of Grove Ave. and Thompson REALLY needs a left-turn signal. I sat through 3 series of lights trying to turn left yesterday. In the time that I was there, I also witnessed a traffic accident. It is a very busy and dangerous intersection. It will only get worse with the new Carytown shopping area. Please address this soon!!
  • Other Archived
    1504-1506 Floyd Avenue Richmond, VA 23220, USA - The Fan
    Water meter in front of 1508 Floyd Ave is leaking profusely.
  • Potholes Archived
    2611 Semmes Ave Richmond, VA - Woodland Heights
    It has been at least a year and a half since I requested my neighborhood alley way to be re-graveled. I just wanted to see just how lone it would be until someone responded to this issue. You know it really is a shame that the city of Richmond would take this long before doing routine maintenance on it's streets especially when someone puts in a request. Our alley has 3 to 4 very deep pot holes, very little gravel so when it rains were in mud.
  • Sewage smell Archived
    19 North Belmont Avenue Richmond, Virginia - The Museum District
    There is a distinct smell of sewage at the corner of Floyd and Belmont. Please investigate -- thanks!
  • Dead Trees Archived
    5900 Lowry Street Richmond, VA - Three Chopt
    Dead Treed throughout back yard threaatening to fall on adjacent properties - general lack of maintenance of property
  • 3101 W. Franklin Street Richmond, Virginia - The Museum District
    The alley connecting Belmont and Cleveland, between W. Franklin and Park, has large potholes at both ends, particularly Belmont. Several weeks ago a foundation was put in, covering most of the alley but not the ends. There was no gravel put on top, just dirt mixed with rock. The alley is basically a dirt road with large potholes at the ends.
  • Potholes Archived
    3300 Grove Ave Richmond, VA - The Museum District
    report potholes in the alley in the 3300-3400 block of Grove and Floyd Ave
  • 11 N. Mulberry Street Richmond, VA - The Fan
    Hello there is toilet left out by the trash cans in the alley to the left of my house if facing that needs to be picked up by 11 N. Mulberry Street. The owner of the apartment building continually just leaves all of his trash out in the trash cans that is not standard trash when repairing the building. Also across the street to the right of 12 N. Mulberry there are two trash cans repeatedly left on the street creating extra trash in the street. I have been advised tenants should not continually leave trash cans on the sidewalk, yet they are always left there and no one addresses such.Trash cans are repeatedly left on the street up and down mulberry street between floyd and main. Attention to these matters is greatly appreciated. Thank you
  • 2101 Floyd Ave Richmond, VA - The Fan
    There's graffiti on the sidewalk near the corner of Floyd and Rowland next to 2101 Floyd Ave.
  • 2413 Maplewood Ave Richmond, VA - Byrd Park
    This house is not occupied and the absent owner does not maintain the lawn so it is overgrown all the time. The grass needs to be cut.
  • 603 N Allen St Richmond, VA - The Fan

    My name is Kurt Engleman, and I live in Unit 16 of The Fan Gallery condominiums at 1657 W. Broad St. The Fan Gallery backs up to an alley between W. Grace St. and W. Broad St. The entrance to the alley off of N. Allen St. is shared with the building at 603 N. Allen St. For some time, we have had an issue with trash receptacles being left in the alley at all times instead of the allowed window of 4:00 pm the day prior to trash collection until 7:00 a.m. the day after collection (per City Ordinance 2007-230-275).

    This weekend, the supercans in the alley have been vandalized, and the alley is littered with trash, posing a hazard to pedestrians, motorists, and public health. For reference, I have attached a photo of the receptacles and litter in the alley as of afternoon of Sunday, July 08, 2012. Presumably, these receptacles belong to the owners/residents of 603 N. Allen St., as the owners/residents of The Fan Gallery use a dumpster that is located in the parking lot adjacent to The Fan Gallery. Note that refuse collection for 603 N. Allen St. is scheduled on Wednesdays, so trash receptacles should only be in the alley from 4:00 pm on Tuesdays until 7:00 am on Thursdays.

    I would kindly request that the City of Richmond take the following actions:
    - Clean up the alley at N. Allen St. between W. Grace St. and W. Broad St
    - Issue a warning to the owners/residents at 603 N. Allen St. for refuse receptacles left in the public right of way outside of specified collection times

    Thank you in advance for your assistance.