Robert Waitt

Open Issues: 172 Closed Issues: 20,797 Acknowledged Issues: 527
Watching issues created after: 2015-08-25

Robert Waitt

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  • Idlewood Avenue And South Boulevard Richmond, Virginia - Carytown
    The intersection of Idlewood Ave & S. Blvd desperately needs a left turn signal. Whether you are heading East or West on Idlewood, the traffic flow comes from 195 in both directions. 10-15 cars will breeze through a green light while those who are yielding and waiting to turn left can miss multiple light cycles. This is dangerous because frustrated drivers often turn left on red and there is a risk that the other cars heading east/west may run the red light as well. The congestion in this area could be alleviated with a left turn signal at the intersection.
  • 3208-3212 Ellwood Ave Richmond, VA - The Museum District
    A man at this location has a yard sale every Saturday. He spills his items onto the public sidewalk and sits in the road with a sign trying to get people to stop. This has become a business/street vendor, not a yard sale.
  • Other Acknowledged
    1700 To 1799 Commonwealth Avenue Richmond, Virginia - Sauer's Gardens
    This one block of Commonwealth Ave off of Broad St has had at least 100 potholes filled due to all the work by the DPU and weather. It's like driving on the Appian Way. Please forward to the correct department and placed on the repaving schedule.
  • 1802 Chantilly Street Richmond, VA - Monument Avenue Park
    The street light located on the property of the volunteer rescue squad that stands in the front of the building between the squad and the gas station next door, is non-functional. Lighting is important in the city, as we have had problems with vandals, fights, and robberies. Please help us keep the community safe by lighting it back up!
  • 1802 Chantilly Street Richmond, VA - Monument Avenue Park
    Several large potholes have reopened in front of the West End Vol. Rescue Squad, impeding the entry and egress of, and causing damage to, the emergency vehicles.
  • 2917 West Grace St Richmond, VA - The Museum District
    There have been feral cats allowed to come and go as they please, via a cat door in the back of the house, for the last two years I have been living on this street. Up to 15 at times. The home is owned, but unoccupied. The owner comes by sporadically and dumps cat food into bowls in the back yard and leaves opend canned cat food laying about as well. The smell (especially during the hotter days) is foul to the point where I am unable to enjoy my own front porch. I can only imagine the state of the interior, as the exterior is overrun with weeds and the garden has become a litterbox.
  • Potholes Archived
    1802 Chantilly Street Richmond, VA - Monument Avenue Park
    A large pothole (we call it The Great Hole to China), and several smaller ones have appeared on Chantilly Street in front of our ambulance bay at the West End Vol. Rescue Squad. As we drive emergency equipment over them to get in and out of the building, damage is caused to the units. I can forward an image if it is necessary. Thank you for your time!
  • 2907 Ellwood Ave Richmond, VA - Carytown
    There has been an unsightly, uncovered hottub on the roof of the garage at 2907 Ellwood Ave for multiple years. It holds water and becomes a terrible breeding area for mosquitos during the warmer months.
  • Potholes Archived
    10 N. Boulevard Richmond, VA - The Museum District
    Please grade the the alley the runs from 2 N. Boulevard to 24 N. Boulevard. The potholes are getting quite large.
  • Other Acknowledged
    3026 Kensington Ave Richmond, VA 23221, USA - The Museum District
    After every rainfall, water pools on the sidewalk in front of 3024 and 3026 Kensington Ave, completely blocking the sidewalk and making it not traversable. I am concerned that in the winter this will turn into an ice block and cause a safety risk to people trying to walk on the sidewalk. I am new to the neighborhood, but I heard from my neighbors that in the past few winters several people have slipped on this ice patch, dubbed Kensington Pond.
  • 109 N Belmont Ave Richmond Virginia - The Museum District

    Groundhog day. Still no contact, still no resolution. Multiple reports to seeclickfix. Incredible. They just mark the issue as closed and move on.

    "Originally reported 7 months ago. Marked as "closed" by the city. Absolutely nothing has been done about the problem. Do you fix the issues reported just by closing them?"

    "Alley between Grove/Floyd/Belmont/Sheppard perpetually has potholes. They never get fixed correctly. Filled with gravel, reappear soon after rain. Bigger issue at north entrance to alley at Belmont. Huge holes that collect water. No drainage. Leads to both mosquitos, and more importantly, structural damage. Neighbor has water entering basement. I have a leaning brick wall from ground saturation."

    Your concern(s) have been received and forwarded to the Department of Public Works (CRS#20020926205) in reference to the potholes in the alley and to the Department of Public Utilities(CRS#20020981267) for a drainage assessment; these concerns were forwarded to the assigned departments so that proper inspection and handling can take place accordingly. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at 804-646-7000 to speak to a customer service representative; please reference the CRS#'s when inquiring. We appreciate your communication that helps us in “Building The Best Richmond” together.

  • Potholes Archived
    3143 Grove Avenue Richmond, VA 23221, USA - The Museum District
    Ridiculous, enlarging potholes are in the Floyd-Grove Alley between Auburn and Belmont.