Childs Park Neighborhood Association

Open Issues: 6 Closed Issues: 1,685 Acknowledged Issues: 248
Watching issues created after: 2015-09-23

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  • 3761 8th Avenue South Saint Petersburg, Florida - Childs Park Neighborhood Association
    Brush piled up by alley, brush and yard waste in backyard, broken fence. Grass Overgrown.
  • 4452 5th Ave South Saint Petersburg, Florida - Childs Park Neighborhood Association
    discarded furniture and general garbage propped up against fence every week. Tenants use two recycle bins as trash cans and they should be taken away as contaminated.
  • 4349 17th Avenue South Saint Petersburg, FL - Childs Park Neighborhood Association
    Citizen called to report the alley is overgrown.
  • 601 40th St S Saint Petersburg, FL, 33711, USA - Childs Park Neighborhood Association
    It's a constant problem house that continually deposit tree trimmings ALONG SIDE of garbage can instead on placing trimmings IN the can. Now a dresser is on top of pile of trimmings. Also the bush along alley is overgrown and scraps against cars as they pass through. Can the City remove this bush so it's no longer an eyesore once and for all? If codes can travel down the length of this alley, you will find trash thrown in alley all the way down to 41st St S.
  • 4301 Emerson Av S Saint Petersburg, FL - Childs Park Neighborhood Association

    The trash receptacle behind our house has the lid broken off, it is attracted raccoons rats and stray cats, not to mention stinking very badly. Other people have complained the city has promised to fix the can, but two weeks in the can is still broken! Please send someone out to fix this garbage can!

    The trash receptacle is in the alley behind 4301 Emerson Ave. S.

  • 4502-4520 5th Ave S St. Petersburg, FL 33711, USA - Childs Park Neighborhood Association
    You can not get through the alley
  • 3900 -7th Street South Saint Petersburg, Florida - Childs Park Neighborhood Association
    White van ..Bad tag and it doesn't move ! I want it moved or the license plate up to date now !!!
  • 4601 18th Ave S Saint Petersburg, FL, 33711, USA - Childs Park Neighborhood Association
    Massive pile of tree branches sitting at the curb on the rear/side of this property (on 46th St South, this is a corner lot). Have been there for days, it's a huge pile that will require special pick-up.
  • 1725 Scranton St S Saint Petersburg FL, 33711, USA - Childs Park Neighborhood Association
    2 overflowing recycling containers (which create huge litter issue) never placed by curb for pick-up. Continual issue which has been previously reported. Cans sit against north side of house, which faces onto 46th St South (although mailing address is Scranton). This is an apartment building with multiple tenants in place. They also have issue with never placing 4 overflowing trash containers by street for pickup. Creates massive amounts of litter spreading in neighborhood, as well as creating eyesore.
  • 4563 18th Ave. South Saint Petersburg, Florida - Childs Park Neighborhood Association
    This house has been vacant for 4+ years; recently was purchased and an Eviction notice provided for squatters. The yard has not been kept up at all, and is growing more than waist high. This includes not only the full lot, but also the city-owned right-of-way!
  • 531 47th St South Saint Petersburg, Florida - Childs Park Neighborhood Association
    over growth everywhere, you can't see around the corner when you stop at the stop sign....
  • 1725 Scranton St S Saint Petersburg, Florida - Childs Park Neighborhood Association
    Pine trees grow in cluster and hanging low over sidewalk. Too low for utility trucks to miss, and they scatter tons of pine needles each time they pass. It has created an impasse on the sidewalk and is never maintained. Trees are located on 46th Street side of property, on edge next to sidewalk. Residents place trash cans on this side (as house sits on 46th St side) and each time the cans are lifted, it hits all the low hanging branches and knocks off piles of needles. Please trim back to keep the sidewalk and street clean.