Wimbish Woods

Open Issues: 18 Closed Issues: 2,787 Acknowledged Issues: 32
Watching issues created after: 2015-07-24

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  • Other Archived
    Glenbrook Rd Macon, Georgia - Macon
    2nd house on right from forest hill rd. yard sale sign on stop sign & mail box. Have been having a yard sale for 6 months. Drive way & yard covered in junk. Residents roam neighborhood during day with shopping cart collecting more junk.
  • 924 Glenbrook Macon, Georgia - Macon
    This yard is strewn with debris and is not maintained. The owner is hording animals and the home is infested with German cockroaches.
  • 924 Glenbrook Rd Macon, GA - Macon
    This residence has junk and debris all over the yard, in the driveway and blocking entrace to the front door that appears to be a fire hazard. Recently two dogs have been chained in the front yard. Appears residents are using applicances outdoors and so much debris is piled up in the driveway it tumbles down the drive into the street. Children often seen jumping on mattresses and other debris/trash that is litering the yard.
  • 635 Wimbush Rd Macon, Georgia - Macon
    At the stop sign at Woodridge Rd and Wimbish (address is corner lot), vision to the left is impaired due to low hanging tree limbs. The curving road and lother large trees already make this intersection difficult.
  • 950 Glenbrook Road Macon, GA 31210, USA - Macon
    Yard COVERED in trash-looks like a pig pen! see photo
  • 998 North Macon Park Drive Macon, Georgia - Macon
    fences falling down. nets hanging too low. every year these things are a problem and the county/city never does anything about it. dugouts are in horrible shape. roof leaks on the concession stand.
  • Garbage Cart Archived
    675 Chastain Place Macon, Georgia - Macon
    Garbage cart was destroyed during pick up today. Lid was torn off and broken and big corner of cart ended up in neighbor's yard across the street.
  • 1027 Glenbrook Rd Macon, GA, 31210, USA - Macon
    Last Friday, after pulling out of my driveway. I pulled over to side of road out of courtesy to people walking in street. I did not go off the road, just to the edge of the street and heard my tire hit something. the edge of this culvert (did not see it when I pulled over) tore up my tire and damaged my alloy rim. still having to wait for the correct rim to come in and have tire mounted on new one. can’t drive my car safely untill then. I am without my car for 1 week now, and don’t know when rim will come in. I am now out $350.00 + due to this dangerous culvert!
    why arent the sharp edges filled in with concrete towards the gutter? Dangerous to vehicles and people walking ! what is going to be done?
  • 1131 Ousley Place Macon, Georgia - Macon
    Ousley Place is Place not Road and new signage on Forest Hill and on Ousley Place say Ousley Road. This is incorrect. Please correct. You can see by the inserted map that our street is Ousley Place not Ousley Road.
  • Forest Pointe Apartments Macon, GA, 31210, USA - Macon
    Both curves before the apartments are VERY ROCKY PREFILL HOLES
    STREET NEEDS MARKING
    CARS COMING AROUND THE CURVES IN EXCESS OF 50 MILES MPH. THIS IS A MAJOR DEATH TRAP ACCIDENT PROBE AREA THAT NEED MORE LIGHTS AROUND BOTH CURCES AND FLASH ING SLOW DOWN,THESE ARE DEATH CURVES EXCESSIVE SPEEDING
  • Forest Hill Rd & Old Lundy Rd Macon, GA 31210, USA - Macon
    Having the light is great! Don't have to wait long for lights to change. However, when someone approaches the intersection from Lokchapee and there is no one on the Old Lundy side, only the lights on the Lokchapee side turn green. (I assume the same happens on the Old Lundy side.) This would be fine if the lights included left turn arrows, but they don't. If someone approaches from the Old Lundy side while the Lokchapee side is on green, the drivers with that green have no idea that Old Lundy is red. Can we get some lights with arrows?
  • Other Archived
    558 Forest Hill Rd Macon, GA 31210, USA - Macon
    This tree is on the city's right of way now, and due to the road construction that cut back almost to the trunk of the tree down to at least a depth of eight feet to put in new drainage followed by the extremely dry conditions last summer, the tree is dead and dropping limbs on my property. Mainly my concern is that when it falls, it will fall towards my house taking out power lines, other larger and smaller trees and destroy my driveway. It's also only, at most, 20' from a main power pole. As much as I hate the loss of this tree, it's completely dead and a big hazard that will be very costly when it falls, not to mention the pieces that are already falling now. I'm requesting for it to pleas be removed as soon as possible because the ground is getting softer with the rain and storms may take it out anytime now. Also, the sidewalks are about to be put in and I'd hate for those to be messed up in the process as I know they're desperately needed here. Thank you for your time. Best regards, Ginger McNeely 558 Forest Hill Rd. 31210