Garland Avenue And Brookland Parkway Richmond, Virginia - Brookland Park
NO PARKING SIGN NEEDED at stop sign. Cars are often parked directly under the stop sign at the intersection of Garland Avenue and Brookland Park Blvd., which makes it difficult for drivers to see when pulling out. Per city code, cars should not park within 25-feet of an intersection.
We desperately need a speed bump or added stop sign on our street. Hanes Ave is a narrow one-way street with parking on both sides. People drive a dangerous speeds from Ladies Mile to Crawford St. We have a ton of kids in the neighbor, and many walk to the elementary school that is located at Hanes Ave and Crawford St. We need a stop sign or speed bump immediately to regulate these aggressive drivers before someone gets hurt.
this house is abandoned. the yard in the front is overgrown almost to the street. the grass needs to be cut asap. animals could be living in the grass and neighbors are concerned. the house is blighted and an eyesore.
The power company has informed me that they will not re-energize my line until the city does their part cleaning up the debris. Trees from the vacant lot are laying in the alley, when is this going to be fixed?
Brookland Park Boulevard To Garland Avenue To Crawford Avenue Richmond, Virginia - Brookland Park
Forrest White, 804. 329.1414, phoned and stated there were approximately 4 to 5 Huge Potholes located in the alleys located at Brookland Park Boulevard with Garland Avenue and Crawford Avenue. Very large but not a sinkhole yet, as water is standing in these potholes.