NA - Euclid-St Paul Neighborhood Association PLUS

Open Issues: 3 Closed Issues: 1,142 Acknowledged Issues: 174
Watching issues created after: 2015-11-18

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  • 1038 19th Ave N Saint Petersburg, FL, 33704, USA - Euclid-St Paul Neighborhood Association
  • Overnight front yard parking
  • 1320 17th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33704, USA - Euclid-St Paul Neighborhood Association
    debris and garbage in the alley - it's been there for over a month!
  • Other Archived
    1127 14th St N St. Petersburg, FL 33705, USA - Euclid-St Paul Neighborhood Association
    New home has a fence that blocks visibility triangle. Kids can ride a tricycle out in alley and not be seen by approaching vehicles or city vehicles. This ally has a high amount of traffic and current residents do use the garage so there is plenty of traffic at present time.
  • 1301 15th St. N. Saint Petersburg, Florida - Euclid-St Paul Neighborhood Association
    There's yard waste (mostly large branches) near the trash bin in the alley.
  • 1530 9th St N St. Petersburg, FL 33704, USA - Euclid-St Paul Neighborhood Association
    as per the MLK resurfacing project crosswalks were to begin installation on November 12th on 16th and 19th avenue. there is no evidence that construction has begun.
  • Other Archived
    1434 18th Ave N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Euclid-St Paul Neighborhood Association
    Per the St. Pete Permit department, no permit was pulled for the installation of fence on this property. Also, the resident has installed a wooden structure attached to the back garage with NO permit and installed a patio with no permit. The tarp attached to the side of the house and fence also had no permit. Per the City of St. Petersburg, no permits have been issued on this property since the 1960's. The neighbors would like an explanation as to how the resident is able to build, add, etc without permits from the city. Thank you
  • 1030 10th St N St. Petersburg, FL 33705, USA - Euclid-St Paul Neighborhood Association
    The work site piling trash in a 3 walled enclosure and not disposing of it. It is open to the neighborhood and has been there for weeks. We would appreciate if they would put it in a garbage bin or clean it up.
  • 1060-1066 18th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33704, USA - Euclid-St Paul Neighborhood Association
  • 1400-1498 10th St N Saint Petersburg, FL, 33704, USA - Euclid-St Paul Neighborhood Association
    Leaves piling up in street along 10th street and 15th Ave N. Please send out street sweeper ASAP. Thanks!
  • 1081 18th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33704, USA - Euclid-St Paul Neighborhood Association
    Builders lot not maintained
  • 1616 12th St. N. St. Petersburg, Florida - Euclid-St Paul Neighborhood Association
    I am referring to the alleyway between 16th Avenue North and 17th Avenue North; and between 12th Street North and 14th Street North, at the 12th Street end. A neighbor has collected three of the garbage bins from the eastern end of the alleyway and moved them to a paved deck he built for this purpose. Now, everyone has to carry their garbage half way down the alley to his property to dispose of trash. Because he is using the bins for commercial purposes (construction) there is often no room left for anyone's trash but his own. So, another neighbor then moved one garbage container back to the eastern end of the alley. There is a four unit apartment complex there, so there is a special need for a bin at that end. Last night that bin had already been dragged back down to the neighbor's property. I asked him about it, and he said he had "talked to the container people" implying he had permission to take all the bins. I do not know to whom he referred, whether he meant that he had called the sanitation department, or whether he meant the sanitation truck drivers.
    It is isn't just that it is a long way to carry trash, which it is; or the abuse of residential bins for commercial purposes, but there has been a trash bin at the eastern end of the alley for 20 years. I don't understand changing the location without considering the needs of any of the other residents using the bins.