Commission District 7- Pinellas County, FL PLUS

Open Issues: 3 Closed Issues: 19,054 Acknowledged Issues: 737
Watching issues created after: 2015-10-16

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  • Other Acknowledged
    City Hall Saint Petersburg, Florida - Downtown Neighborhood Association
    This is for the Mayor. When people use See Click Fix they are reporting issues they care about. As I understand the city purchased this App to make it easier to report issues and the city was interested in input from citizens/tax payers/your employers. Well when an issue is reported and nothing happens other then a notice stating "Complaint forwarded to Parks & Recreation Maintenance Staff." or something similar it sounds good, but when NOTHING happens and no actual real feedback is given to report back on the issue, one becomes a bit discouraged. If the city really wants and cares about people comments then you need to take them seriously. You need to have someone accountable for the reported issue and someone needs to actually hold those people accountable to address the comment/complaint and give that individual a report back. The police have started to do this well with the texting app. Why can't the city do this with SeeClickFix? Do you really care? It appears not, but please show us, the tax payers that is not the case. This can be a great platform (if the software were to function better) to help the city, but you can't just ask the citizens to do our part when the city is not doing theirs. I have reported the lights on during the day at Millennium Youth Playground many times. Please have someone actually do something. That something does not have to actually fix the problem, but don't just forward the issue on. Have someone by name state it will be fix, it is not approirity, or whatever the case may be. Then quarterly or yearly audit some of these issues/complaint and see how people are performing. Are they giving a response? Are they fixing problems. PLEASE make someone accountable. More than stating the issue was forwarded on is needed. Will this complaint just be erased by someone in city government that does not want to have to be held accountable? This is not too much to ask. Please, step up and make this program better. Thanks.
  • Other Archived
    1401 5th Avenue North Saint Petersburg, Florida - Historic Uptown Neighborhoods
    The homeless population is using this address for their bathroom and bedroom. Every single day items of human excrement, dirty clothing, bedding and waste items are left on this private property which is a non-profit Day Program for handicapped people. Today, there is a large amount of human feces (attracting a lot of flies), a tampon applicator, clothes, bedding and waste up against the building near the entryway. This is an ongoing issue with the homeless population in the area trespassing on this property. A call has been placed with the SPPD non-emergency number for today's issues, but a more permanent solution needs to be addressed.
  • 5720 2nd Ave N St. Petersburg, Florida - Live Oak Neighborhood Association
    Major construction underway on home. Wall ripped down. Wood, board, doors and construction debris piled up in yard for several weeks. Causing a potential for drawing rodents and snakes. No permits posted.
  • 300 20th Avenue South Saint Petersburg, Florida - Old Southeast Neighborhood Association
    The speed bumps on 3rd St S between 22nd Ave S and 17th Ave S are improperly shaped and horrible to drive over. I've driven over speed bumps all over the city without issue, but these two bumps in particular are very destructive to a vehicle's suspension and undercarriage, and are unlike any other bump in the city. The second problem with them is that they are difficult to see at night in this low light area; the signs beside them are inadequate in warning drivers. I have no issue at all with traffic calming in this area and encourage the speed bumps' presence, it's simply the design of these humps that are a problem. Please correct.
  • 36th Ave N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Commission District 7

    It has come to our attention that two very popular restaurants including Chipotle are opening on 36th Ave N and 4th St. We already get tons of traffic on 36th Ave because of a Taco Bell that is located at the same intersection. There are huge areas missing sidewalks on either side of the street in the Allendale Terrace neighborhood including 35th, 36th and 37th Aves and also none north/south along 7th St or 5th St. I have 3 children under 6 years of age and many other small children live in this neighborhood. I think the city of St. Pete needs to consider completing the sidewalks on the portions missing along 6th/7th St and on 35/36/37th Ave between 9th/MLK and 7th St if they are going to continue bringing high-trafficked businesses into our neighborhood.

    Additionally, we would like to recommend that chicanes, large speed bumps or both are added along 36th Ave to encourage drivers to instead utilize the standard business thruways (4th St, 38th Ave, etc).

  • Pothole Archived
    2967-2999 13th Avenue South Saint Petersburg, Florida - Commission District 7
    This pothole is larger every day and is about a foot or two deep.
  • 5040 37th Way South Saint Petersburg, Florida - Maximo Civic Association

    Inadequate lighting assisting in multiple vehicle burglaries. I have placed the marker exactly where the street light needs to be installed. If need be, I can have a petition signed by Neighborhood for street light request. In the attached photo, the red line represents the proposed street light.

    Thank you,
    Daniel J.

  • 10th St. N St. Petersburg, FL - Magnolia Heights Neighborhood Association

    We have not received a recycling container, and we will NOT be participating in this poorly executed program, so we do NOT want to receive one. We would prefer to notify someone in writing, since they seem to record telephone calls only intermittently. We understand--and don't care--that we'll still have to pay the charge.

    What address can we write to (ideally email, but postal is fine) to make sure we don't receive a blue bin?

  • 146 18th Avenue Ne Saint Petersburg, Florida - Historic Old Northeast
    This house is being rented on Airbnb for a minimum two night stay with up to six guests. This has been going on for quite some time. Here is the listing
    https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/4462828?guests=6&s=RJV2FVG1
  • 2047 2nd Ave. N. Saint Petersburg, Florida - Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association
    There are people living in the garage. There is Graffiti on the garage door, trash and an abandoned sofa. I have called the city of St. Petersburg twice and nothing appears to have happened.
  • Recycling Archived
    2439 6th Avenue North Saint Petersburg, FL 33713, USA - Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association
    They have yet to move their blue recycling bin from where it was dropped off three weeks ago. Both residents are in town and know the bin is there as they walk around it/by it to get to their cars each day.
  • 5500 5th Ave N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Live Oak Neighborhood Association
    Excessive outdoor storage of multiple things thru out his front yard for 4 months now. Needs to move it inside, to the back yard or throw it out