Commission District 3- Pinellas County, FL PLUS

Open Issues: 9 Closed Issues: 20,444 Acknowledged Issues: 2,077
Watching issues created after: 2015-10-16

Notified About

  • Pothole Archived
    323 Snell Isle Blvd Ne St. Petersburg, FL 33704, USA - Snell Isle Property Owners Association
    Large pothole on the eastbound lane. Lots of gravel to the right, forcing bicyclist to left side of lane, slippery, rider went down injuries as a result & hospitalized.
  • 1001 Mlk St. Petersburg, Florida - Uptown
    In Loving Care 1001 MLK has OSS residences roming the neighborhood selling pills to whomever, congrigating at the end of the coldasac (end of the street) littering the street, park and walkways with beer cans, soda cans, food snack wrappers, lottering, approaching passer-bys for money. This facility needs some fences, more employees to manage the number of residences, and security for use of all the entry/exit doors.
  • 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
  • 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).

  • 1405 7th Ave N St Petersburg 33705, Florida - Historic Uptown Neighborhoods
    Does anyone have a problem with these bright blue recycling bins left out in front of people's homes instead of being brought in with trash cans like any normal person would do? These bins are a complete eyesore. I think this area is getting worse not better.
  • Recycling Acknowledged
    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.
  • Traffic Issue Archived
    1725-1751 50th Avenue North Saint Petersburg, FL 33714, USA - Greater Grovemont Neighborhood Association
    There is excessive speeding along the stretch of 50th Ave N between 16th & 19th St N. This area also lacks sidewalks. Please look into adding speed tables to slow the traffic down and adding sidewalks as this stretch of 50th Ave N has a high number of child pedestrians.
  • 606-614 15th Street North Saint Petersburg, FL 33705, USA - Historic Uptown Neighborhoods
    606 15 th st n has garbage and junk all around the back (side) door. This has been there for some time as it's now creeping under the fence to my side. Totally unsanitary.
  • 1045 Central Avenue Saint Petersburg, FL 33705, USA - Commission District 7
    This establishment has created a mural which is actually a sign for the business. Despite numerous painted signage in front of the store, the addition of this is an eyesore. According to city ordinances, this is not allowed and should be removed or at least review to see if it complies with city signage ordinances.
  • 1535-34 Ave North Saint Petersburg, Florida - Magnolia Heights Neighborhood Association
    Please come and remove your blue container that was dropped off at my house today. It is out by the curb. Not interested in a program that is beiong shoved down my throat. And I don't like the con job of charging me a fee, then turning around and making money again off my recycled items,. Give it to someone living in a Apartment complex, trailer park or downtown fancy condo. Oh thats right...they don't get theses. Anyway, its out by the curb...come and get it.
  • Other Archived
    3246 19th Street North Saint Petersburg, Florida - Oakwood Gardens Neighborhood Association

    Trash is consistently in their front yard, currently there is two wooden dressers, tire, obscure objects, wooden tables, chairs.

    Additionally, there is multiple cars parked on the grass at all times of the day as well as a trailer, go kart, mobile home.

    Completely disregard the neighborhood and codes compliance.

  • 2835 16th St N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Greater Woodlawn Neighborhood Association
    This property needs to be addressed immediately. The Food Mart located at 2835 16th St N, as well as the bar in the same building, do NOT take care of general maintenance of the property. The roof literally has holes falling through it. The Food Mart has a ridiculous amount of signs posted (which all advertise the same thing and which negatively affect the appearance of the building) and the outside of the building is moldy and falling apart. Needless to say, this is diminishing the appearance of the Woodlawn neighborhood. This neighborhood is well known and a desirable area, with many families residing in it. However, this particular corner of the neighborhood needs to be addressed by the city and improved in appearance. The Food Mart attracts a clientele that raises safety issues (loitering, questionable people wandering down near private homes, vehicles parked in front of homes while their drivers are inside building,) as well as noise issues (cars playing loud radio music while parked in the lot, people yelling and carrying on arguments.) The owners are unfriendly and obviously expect trouble with customers, and yelled at a friend of mine to buy something or get out after he'd been browsing their beer selection for less than 5 minutes. The dumpster in the lot is visible to the neighborhood and could easily be moved to a more discreet place on the property where it will not be an eyesore to adjacent neighbors. Overall, this building is VERY negatively affecting the appearance of the neighborhood and has remained unaddressed for years. It is time to enforce property maintenance here. Please address this.