San Francisco Police Department

Open Issues: 254 Closed Issues: 2,507 Acknowledged Issues: 48
Watching issues created after: 2008-09-10

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  • 601-649 Dolores St San Francisco, CA 94110, USA - Castro-Upper Market
    The new Zebra lines arent any better. I dont understand why its so hard to put a stop sign. People roll down the hill from 20th and zoom to 18th without slowing down. We need a light or stop sign on 19th at Dolores. I've seen too many cars close to hitting pedestrians and their dogs.
  • 3024 21st St San Francisco, CA 94110 - Mission
    Daily there are drug dealers, prostitutes, winos, and assorted miscreants at the public park/playground. They urinate on the street, set up tents, litter, and harrass passers-by. This park is unsafe for children to play at.
  • 3012 16th St San Francisco, CA 94103 - Mission
    Every day, without fail, there are some very messed up people hanging out at this corner. I've watched them deal and do drugs right in front of my office, and have many times wondered whether the guys who pass out in their wheelchairs here are even alive anymore. They're an eyesore and an annoyance to everyone who lives, works, and walks here, and they need help.
  • 16 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA. 94103 - Mission
    Regular drug dealing outside Valmar liquor store. Possibly done by employees of Valmar.
  • 1349 Hampshire St San Francisco, CA 94110, USA - Mission
    The men living at this house are dealing drugs at all hours of the day and night. A large gang of kids and young adults often hangs around in front of the the property smoking pot, making noise, and intimidating passersby and neighbors.
  • Florida St & 24th St San Francisco, CA 94110, USA - Mission
    Drug Selling on this intersection, around 5:30pm. It gets confused with AA meeting...
  • 380 Eureka St San Francisco, CA 94114, USA - Castro-Upper Market
    there is a 35 bus southbound stop at 21st and douglas but there is no way to cross safely the intersection, because cars coming up on eureka can't see the pedestrians on the hill
  • 69-71 29th St San Francisco, CA 94110, USA - Bernal Heights
    This is a dangerous intersection for pedestrians, bicyclists and cars alike. Tiffany meets 29th at an angle making for difficult sightlines for proceeding onto 29th Street. In addition there is an entry drive to the Safeway parking lot across the street and is a popular pedestrian crossing spot (no crosswalks). Lastly Tiffany is a popular bike route and joins Valencia to San Jose so had heavy bike traffic. This intersection should have a 4-way stop (including the Safeway driveway).
  • South Van Ness Avenue From Dubose To Cesar Chavez - Mission
    The speed limit from 13th to Cesar Chavez on South Van Ness is 25 MPH. 90% or more of the vehicles travel above the speed limit, but although informed, the SFPD & the SFMTA do nothing to solve the problem. Mission residents are at significant risk.
  • Lake Street And 8th Avenue - Inner Richmond
    This is a heavily trafficked intersection (Lake St & 8th Ave.) of automobiles and pedestrians. It's popular to cross due to it's destination. It provides direct access to the dog park. Everyone, mostly adults with children and/or dogs, struggle to cross this intersection. Daily, it is especially worse during commute hours, cars speed and rarely make the effort to stop or slow down for pedestrians. Please, I/we request 2 additional stop signs to make this a 4-way stop and an easier and safer intersection to cross.
  • Greenwich & Polk Sts San Francisco, CA 94109, USA - Russian Hill
    Currently, stop signs only exist on Greenwich St (2-way), not on Polk. This intersection is in a string (while traveling down Polk) of 4-way intersections. This leads to confusion by drivers and pedestrians and many near misses. It is also very difficult to exit from driveways in the vicinity directly onto Polk St given the high number of parked cars and poor visibility of intersection. If cars on Polk were required to stop, the speed of vehicles traveling through intersection would be reduced.
  • Brotherhood Way San Francisco, CA 94132 - Ocean View
    Segamore St. has 3 lanes in each direction. Only one lane merges onto the 2 west-bound lanes of Brotherhood Way. The entrance to Brotherhood Way can support a 2-lane merge from Segamore. During high traffic periods, the backup on Segamore is long and people drive crazy, speed, and make illegal lane changes to get in the far right lane at the last minute. An additional merge lane onto Brotherhood Way would make the merge much safer and faster.