Neighborhood

Offene Fälle: 121 Geschlossene Fälle: 2.038 Anerkannte Fälle: 9
Fälle beobachten, die erstellt wurden nach: 2015-02-24

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  • Pothole Archived
    2401 E Elm St Tucson, AZ 85719, USA - Catalina Vista-Blenman-Elm
    Deep pothole, 3-4 in deep. This area gets a LOT of water when it rains. This is in mid intersection of Elm St and Norton Ave.
  • Pothole Archived
    934 N Richey Blvd tucson, az - Miramonte
    Terrible pot holes up and down the street
  • Pothole Archived
    5550 E Broadway Blvd Tucson, AZ - Tucson Ward 6
    Alley off of Broadway running behind OfficeMax, connecting Broadway to Saint Joseph's Catholic School.
  • Pothole Archived
    5409 E. Hawthorne St. Tucson, Arizona - Country Glenn
    There is a large pothole in the street in front of my house.
  • Pothole Archived
    7001 S. Placita Montesol Tucson, az - Arroyo Chico
    very deep recently patched up the road but they miss this big deep pot hole.
  • Pothole Archived
    318 E 5th St Tucson, AZ - West University
    There are very large potholes in the Westbound, right-hand lane all along 6th street between 3rd ave and Stone ave.
  • pothole Archived
    1-99 W Jackson St Tucson, Arizona - Tucson Ward 6
    2.5x1.5" pothole on Jackson
  • 635-655 N Arcadia Ave Tucson, AZ 85711, USA - Swan Way Park
    slow action?
  • Litter Open
    1225 North Alamo Avenue Tucson Arizona - Tucson Ward 6
    Homeless Caucasian tall, thin man in his 30's is living in Alamo Wash between Fairmount and Bellevue. He has an unleashed dog. This area is becoming full of feces (dog and human) and could present a health hazard
  • 9 S Lakeshore Ln Tucson, AZ 85713, USA - Tucson Ward 6
    Domestic turtle appears abandon in Duck pond
  • 1300 N. Venice Tucson, Arizona - Midtown
    Transients frequent the area and leave behind shopping carts and litter. TPD has responded, but subjects just move around the intersection and neighbors frequently call 911 about the issue.
  • 1745 E 10th St Tucson 85719, United States - Rincon Heights
    I think the neighborhood association is responsible for this since it’s beyond the property line.