Downtown Lowell

Offene Fälle: 9 Geschlossene Fälle: 173 Anerkannte Fälle: 56
Fälle beobachten, die erstellt wurden nach: 2014-04-25

Lowell Downtown Neighborhood Association

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  • 26-114 Market St Lowell, MA 01852, USA - Lowell
    Why isn't the city cracking down on the building on market street next to Persona? All it seems to be is a place for hoarding junk and it is an awful eye sore.
  • 316-398 Arcand Drive Lowell, MA 01852, USA - Lowell
    Center lane should be marked as a straight lane only toward the Tsongas arena since Father Morrisette Blvd. has been made one lane. Vehicles turning left have try try and merge too quickly. A sign should be put up showing the arrows for all three lanes, right hand only arrow, straight only arrow, and left hand only arrow.
  • Sidewalk Repair Acknowledged
    143 East Merrimack Street Lowell, Massachusetts - Lowell
    The contractor building on the corner of E Merrimack & Fayette St. has blocked 6 to 12" of the sidewalk with the fencing.
    The fence is affixed to the sidewalk not inside the plot where the construction is in progress. There's sufficient room to secure the fence off the sidewalk.
  • 103-399 Arcand Dr Lowell, MA - Lowell
    Lot of confusion over what lanes are for taking a left turn, just the left lane or both the left and center lanes. Need better signage and road markings. Accidents almost happen with each change of the light.
  • Sidewalk Repair Acknowledged
    Kirk St Lowell, Massachusetts - Lowell
    The issue is not necessarily a sidewalk repair as it is a sidewalk hazard. Water dripping off the roof of the building that abuts 17 Kirk St. This an ongoing issue which has never been repaired by the owner and many people have injured themselves in this area.
  • 110-294 Arcand Drive In Front Of The Masonic Temple and also in front of Lowell High, Lowell, Massachusetts - Lowell

    I did not know what category to post this under.

    There are two American flags on light-posts, seemingingly hanging only from a piece of material, and each carrying the weight of a metal rod, which in the wind slams repeatedly and loudly against the light-posts. They have been loose like this for at least a few weeks, likely caused by the wind.

    If one came loose in high winds like we have today and fell, anybody they landed on would be seriously hurt.

    In the photo, the one on the left is in front of the Masonic Temple, and the one on the right is closer to Fr. Morrisette Ave in next to the Lowell High. For the one on the left, that is the wind that is carrying the weight of that heavy metal pole. Please someone fix these before they do damage.

    I'm really surprised, given their proximity to both the police station and City Hall, that nothing has been done to fix this.

  • Every Where In Lowell Lowell, Massachusetts - Lowell
    I have been complaing for over a year and nothing has been done. cars are being parked going the wrong directions which is against the law. it is also a safety issue at night time having the headlights blinding you when you drive on the street. with new management maybe it will be corrected
  • 1-19 Merrimack Street Lowell, Massachusetts - Lowell
    The slush has been melting and re-freezing for over a week. It's blocking the way to the crosswalk near the scaffolding. The crosswalk is nearby 2 Merrimack Street, the last building on the block.
  • Prescott Street Lowell, Massachusetts - Lowell
    Sidewalk is covered in snow and the other side is blocked due to construction.
  • Corner Palmer And Middle Lowell, Massachusetts - Lowell
    This was reported earlier (a month or more ago) Fuse continues to block the ramps! Someone in City Hall must have authority to enforce the Americans With Disability Act. This is a clear violation. The space between the end of the ramps and the barrier used to delineate outdoor dining area is less than 2 feet. I'll post a picture this evening.
  • 25 Market Street Lowell, Massachusetts - Lowell
    The parking lot and alley behind 25 Market Street (Savannah, Eastern Bank, Talbott Building, etc.) is flooding and not draining during and after rain storms. This is a new phenomena. A large portion of the parking log, portions of the alleyway, and surrounding areas flood with over 1 ft. of water and ARE NOT draining. Standing water is present many, many days after rain. I believe this poses a health hazard.
  • 30 Market St Lowell, MA - Lowell
    The barriers for the Centro Restaurant sidewalk seating area cause the sidewalk passage to become dangerously narrow. Elderly and other handicapped pedestrians are forced to run a gauntlet of scooters, bicycles, baby strollers and other vehicles in a space barely wide enough to walk in a single direction, let alone two.