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Open Issues: 21 Closed Issues: 1,288 Acknowledged Issues: 632
Watching issues created after: 2015-07-29

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  • Skyways Acknowledged
    56 5th Street East Saint Paul, MN 55101, USA - Downtown
    Access to skyway from Central Station via Vertical Connection lockedby MetroTransit at 9:30 pm, during hours of Green Line operation. People with mobility issues left locked out in rain with no information about nearest location of accessible entrance.
  • 326-400 East Prince Street Saint Paul, Minnesota - Downtown
    I just found out about the plan to pull traffic off the 52 bridge directly down Prince Street to the dead-end at Broadway and Prince/4th, the most heavily pedenstrianized area of Lowertown. No meeting was posted to discuss this, so residents were never given an opportunity to point out what an AWFUL IDEA this is! Please CHANGE THIS PLAN so that traffic from 52 will land in a safer, less destructive place. There is no need to destroy one of the only two gardens in Lowertown, or create a high risk traffic situation for residents and visitors.
  • 240 East 5th Street Saint Paul, MN 55101, USA - Downtown
    The sidewalk along 5th St. after Sibley Street before the alley has never had the snow removed and its very treacherous. I know many people who have fallen.
  • Tree Issues Archived
    20 West 7th Place Saint Paul, MN 55101, USA - Downtown
    Missing tree.
  • Graffiti Archived
    101-199 College Avenue West Saint Paul, MN 55102, USA - Downtown
    Please patrol all the time. Our backyard off 35e turn-on should be monitored for drug deals daily. Dorothy day center checks are spent mostly here illegally in the spring and summer months. Now we have graffiti worse than ever most likely letting them know where to get what keeps them homeless. Please help.
  • 176-190 7th Street West Saint Paul, MN 55102, USA - West 7th
    Cossettas causes traffic jam at chestnut & 7th with customers waiting to park and valet. Super frustrating to have right lane stopped with people waiting to turn north on chestnut and people waiting to turn south on chestnut without a turn lane or signal light
  • Dangerous Crosswalk Acknowledged
    336 East Kellogg Boulevard Saint Paul, Minnesota - Dayton's Bluff
    There is construction going on under the 52 bridge that cuts off a section of sidewalk that goes to the traffic signal further down the street towards St. Paul. We are not allowed to walk through the construction and therefore have to cross a very busy street- especially at rush hour times. It can take upwards of ten minutes for a gap in the cars-especially in the morning. There is a sign that notes that this is supposed to be a crosswalk, but drivers either don't see it or don't care. It would be great if we could get some kind of traffic control at this juncture until the sidewalk is finished by the construction crew. This is a major inlet for people living in the neighborhoods over the Kellogg bridge, and is also quite inconvenient for commuters that park and have to walk into St. Paul.
    Thanks
  • Graffiti Archived
    350 North Sibley Street Saint Paul, MN 55101, USA - Downtown
    Graffiti on building.
  • 365-395 North Wacouta Street Saint Paul, MN 55101, USA - Downtown
    Expired newsracks illegally placed too close to a parking meter, blocking access to the bike rack on the west side of Wacouta between 6th and 5th. Please do something about this.
  • 332-362 Wall Street Saint Paul, Minnesota - Downtown
    As events are increasing in size and frequency in Lowertown, we're getting a lot of people that are interested in biking downtown for a variety of reasons. But they're also getting frustrated by the lack of convenient bike parking. Please consider installing some larger-scale bike racks over the summer, or at least open up more of the parking meters to allow the hitch-style racks.
  • Potholes Acknowledged
    White Bear Ave. Just North Of I-94 St. Paul, MN - Dayton's Bluff
    Many potholes, street damage
  • 396-400 N Broadway St St Paul, MN 55101, USA - Downtown
    Wood chips need replenishing at the CHS dog park. Many places have bare dirt or irrigation hoses exposed which used to have a layer of wood chips. Please replenish