Crescent Lake Neighborhood

Open Issues: 0 Closed Issues: 103 Acknowledged Issues: 7
Watching issues created after: 2015-06-02

Crescent Lake Neighborhood Association borders from the the south side of 22nd Avenue North to the north side of 12th Avenue North, from the east of 9th/MLK Street North to the west side of 4th Street North.

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  • Traffic Issue Archived
    9th St N And 17th Ave N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Commission District 7
    The cross walk painted on 9th St N near 17th Ave N is used frequently by people going to/from Crescent Lake. However, the street marking and signage are so hard to see that many drivers speed past while people are waiting to cross. It is very dangerous for pedestrians, especially the many children in the surrounding neighborhoods. In this location - where drivers don't stop at the area designated as the safest place to cross - the cross walk only provides a false sense of security. Is it possible to repaint the cross walk, making it more obvious to drivers, and to place better signage on the side of the road? Ideally, the best option would be to install a median (similar to that on 4th St N near 20th Ave N) that made the pedestrian crossing more obvious. Thank you for your attention to this matter!
  • 750 21st Ave N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Commission District 7
    Builder (QT Homes: 727-308-1154) destroyed the sidewalk during demo of home/ lot/ trees. Driving over sidewalk with large dump trucks and construction equipment have left an approximate 20 ft section completely broken up. It has been a month since demo and nothing done to repair a sidewalk that is heavily used by pedestrians to/ from crescent lake park.
  • 1381-1559 Crescent Lake Drive North Saint Petersburg, Florida - Commission District 7

    On December 1, the City of St. Pete sent out a crew to poison the water lettuce on Crescent Lake. There are a number of issues here:

    1) There needs to be an early warning system so residents around the lake and any of our citizens walking in the vicinity of the lake can make a point of removing themselves out of the poison zone.

    2) It was very windy that morning, causing the poison to drift all over the sidewalks at the lake as well as into the surrounding neighborhoods. The poison crew should have decided upon observing the weather conditions that this was NOT the day to spread the herbicide. A number of neighbors reported that they and their dogs were covered in the herbicide. Also, much of the vegetation on the banks was covered in poison as were many of our water fowls, turtles, etc. This should have never happened.

    3) The city needs to disclose the poisons it sprays. And please remember, just because something is EPA approved does NOT make it safe. A lot of the poisons commonly and freely used in the U.S. have long been outlawed in other fully industrialized countries.

    4) The city needs to address the use of fertilizers in its neighborhoods as fertilizer runoff is the culprit here. Being able to sport St. Augustine grass is NOT more important than the health of our communities, the lake, and our urban wildlife.

    In summary, there needs to be better communication from the city to its residents. I for one want to have the opportunity to completely remove myself and my animals from the neighborhood whenever the city decides to spray. The city also need to come up with a long-term plan targeted at preventing the growth of algae and water lettuce.

  • Southwest cormer of Crescent Lake Dr. and 22nd Ave. N.
  • Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N & 17th Ave N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Commission District 7

    The cross walk light on the Crescent Lake side of MLK is not working any more. It does both flash or talk anymore. If you could please fix it as soon as possible that would be greatly appreciated. It is very hard to cross MLK safely even when the lights are working and it is very very unsafe to do so at that location now.

    Thank you

  • 720 17th Avenue North Saint Petersburg, Florida - Commission District 7
    Recently two new geese have arrived at crescent lake park. These are not part of the group that has been here for ages and keeps its distance. These new geese have been claiming the playground as there new home. On numerous occasions these geese have attacked children in the park. These geese need to be relocated out of our park for the safety of our children.
    I do emphasize that these are not part of the normal group of geese that are not an issue. Please do not remove or relocate the large group of geese, just the two loners.
  • Graffiti Archived
    2100-2198 5th St N St. Petersburg, FL 33704, USA - Commission District 7
    swing set pole marked with cuss word in crescent lake playground
  • 1900 7th St. N/ Crescent Lake Blvd. Ave N St Petersburg, Florida 33704 - Commission District 7
    New construction home...builder has had open area with deep hole for pool exposed for almost two months. This is open to the street and highly highly dangerous...address is 1900 7th St N/ Crescent Lake Blvd. Someone is going to fall in and be seriously hurt...children in the neighborhood.
  • 1900 Crescent Lake Drive North Saint Petersburg, Florida - Commission District 7
    The property is building two new pillars facing the lake that are too close to the street and do not meet set back requirements including easement , please stop before built
  • Other Archived
    Lakeside Path St. Petersburg, FL 33701, USA - Commission District 7
    Crescent Lake Banyan tree does not look good on one side. But I reported this before but the picture is better now.
  • 844 16th Ave N Saint Petersburg, FL, 33704, USA - Uptown
    Mattress and boxspring in alley between 15th and sixteenth avenue N, between crescent lake drive and MLK.
  • Traffic Issue Archived
    801 17th Avenue North Saint Petersburg, Florida - Commission District 7
    There used to be a crosswalk across MLK here. Those of us who live in Euclid St. Paul's used it to get to Crescent Lake park. And kids who live in the Crescent lake neighborhood and walk to St. Paul's and Woodlawn Elementary used it to get to and from school. I run in the mornings and the only way to cross MLK is to go halfway and then pause. I think it's only a matter of time before someone gets hit.