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Watching issues created after: 2014-08-18

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  • 1132 Broadway St Vallejo, CA 94590, USA - Vallejo
    Our neighborhood is under seige!! We have had to endure screaming, yelling, and cursing all hours of the day and night. People are going to the bathroom outside on the ground so there is all manner of human waste everywhere and several of the homes in my neighborhood have been burglerized. We have called the police daily yet the problem persists.
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    2833 Tennessee Street Vallejo, California - Vallejo
    I live across the street from my daughter's school (Vallejo Charter). we cross Curtis, then Tennessee to go and come from school each day. The school's parking lot is located across the street from the school. I was hit by a VCS parent while in the crosswalk on Friday, March 20th 2015. Crossing guards are volunteer. Tennessee is a busy street and now Curtis is as well. That intersection is crazy dangerous. I've since sat and watched drivers not stopping or slowing at the stop sign. I've seen people back up and park in the crosswalk. We are always almost getting hit. Well, I DID! I missed my daughter's first performance in the Talent Show that night. She has autism and I was worried about her. The case number is15-3709. I'm waiting for the police report, but was told they towed her car. We need more cautionary supports at that intersection. The school is Kindergarten - 8th. The parking lot is ACROSS the MAJOR street! A big, busy street. a few school signs covered by trees in unacceptable. We should have some like the ones on Rollingwood in front of the library. Blinking lighted crosswalks, yellow bumps approaching school and even a scanner showing your speed and the limit are some of the safety tools we need. I got hit and rolled off the hood onto the street. God forbid someone roll over child! Please contact me with any information or where I can go to make this happen! Thank You!
  • 212–236 Mare Island Way Vallejo 94590, United States - Vallejo
  • 408 Lincoln Road East Vallejo, California - Vallejo
    bums set up camp in parking area across from starbucks. they are there every day. I'm sure you will respond "it's caltrans property we can't do anything blah blah blah... It is breaking the law in Vallejo city limits. Put on your big boy pants and clean this crap up!
  • Wilson Ave Vallejo, California - Vallejo
    This public park has become an out of control jungle of overgrowth and homeless encampments mixed in with trash.
    Homeless using bbq to cook, daily collecting junk and trash and hoarding it in a public space.
    Unacceptable blight that the relic this city don’t deserve to see. Why would anyone want to do business in Vallejo when you see sites like this around town.
    We need to hold these folks accountable for littering, trespassing, illegal camping.
    When and if there is a fire make them pay for it!
  • 656 Benicia Rd Vallejo 94591, United States - Vallejo

    Benicia Rd just east of I-80. Homeless encampment has grown to unaccounted level. Trash and debris all around the area.

    Unsafe for customers of the local businesses.

  • 555 Santa Clara Street Vallejo California - Vallejo

    Before SeeClickFix existed, if a citizen saw something that needed fixing, they had to roam City Hall looking for a department title that seemed to fit their need. This web site offered a one-stop solution to that problem: click once here, describe the problem, and the appropriate department would get the message - problem solved.

    These days, that isn't working very well. Often a posting gets ping-ponged around from department to department for days. Other times a hard working department reports that it is clearing up the recurring mess caused by the problem, but doesn't or can't address the cause. Others have a standard response explaining that they lack the resources or the manpower to answer a problem promptly - or ever! Most egregious, and far too often, are the cases that explain that only the police department can address a problem, and giving contact details.

    SeeClickFix is being applied as a self-selection, one-stop-shopping site for citizens. This is fine, but a quick read of a single day's postings shows that SeeClickFix could be a significant source of crime prevention intelligence to our City Council, senior City Managers, and to city agencies, like the police department, that do not subscribe to, nor respond to SeeClickFix postings.

    We need a more intelligent mechanism to prioritize, group, and direct cases to appropriate managers and agencies, and manage feedback. Typical causes for action might include:

    * Apparently targeted and recurring illegal dumping over a long time period, at close-by locations, or routes (suggesting regular drive-by dumping by a professional hauler.).

    * Indications of serious criminal behavior co-incident with close by, but otherwise unrelated property, or street maintenance reports (such drug sales, and prostitution associated with poorly maintained rental property).

    * Otherwise unrelated SeeClick Fix cases where complainants state they have previously made postings, or police reports but have seen no response (due to unintended, but systemic neglect of poorer, or more diverse neighborhoods).

  • 1301 Sonoma Blvd Vallejo, CA 94590, USA - Vallejo
    Last Saturday while at the stoplight, @ 1 am saw 7 people come out of the for lease boarded up building on the corner of Sonoma and Curtola.
  • 777 Sereno Drive Vallejo, California - Vallejo
    This sight has gotten out of control! Taking pictures today i witnessed drug deals going down, people having sex in the parking lot, a deranged homeless man screaming at the weeds and throwing dirt in the air while he kicked the weeds, mounds of garbage, on city property, a homeless camp with multiple people in it and nothing being done about it! I am going to enlarge the pictures that you will see here and send them to one of thee local news stations and possibly bring them down to the next city council meeting and present them! This property owner is not being held responsible for their property! Make the fines so heavy they will make sure it wont happen again! Something has to change in this town! Because what the COV is doing now, is not working!
  • 498-516 Redwood St Vallejo, CA, 94590, USA - Vallejo
    This is DISGUSTING. These people, and im being generous with that title, are breaking numerous laws not to mention living like pigs. I take that back, pigs live better than these filthy rats. Why has the city of Vallejo aloud this? Im new to this sight and see people have commented on other posts. Some of the people are disgusted, some are sympathetic. What part of wrong dont these sympathetic crusaders see? These "people" should be evicted NOW. Stop all the bleeding heart rhetoric and clean up this mess. We dont deserve this as taxpaying people of this town.
  • 124 Plaza Drive Vallejo, California - Vallejo
    The man sleeping at the bus stop is releasing his bodily waste on the city street. Trash is being thrown into the intersection. My car was hit by his flying debis. This is a hazard to motorists and people walking on the city street. This trash on the street is assisting the rodent population. Please have this man removed.
  • 3864 Sonoma Blvd Vallejo, CA - Vallejo
    I went to this shopping center at Redwood St and Sonoma Blvd last night and the entire area was an absolute Cesspool.
    Unsavory people loitering everywhere, homeless vagrants, hobos, RVS, decrepit junk cars with people living in them.
    This is a problem here and of course Walmart and across the street from smart and final to the Exxon Gas Station and beyond.
    Entire area has s very unsafe and dirty feeling to it.
    I have live in Vallejo all my life and have never felt so unsafe in this area.
    Something needs to be done to clean up Vallejo.
    It’s a @#$% shame what is going on in this city.
    Vallejo in and of itself is a beautiful city with so much wasted potential.
    We really need to help the truly homeless get off the street and send all the hobos, transients, and druggies packing.