NA - Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association PLUS

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    2550 4th Ave N St Petersburg, Florida - Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association
    Dog has been chained up all weekend in the rain. Yes, it has water but this is getting out hand. How long will the city allow this animal to be neglected!
  • 2436 6th Avenue North Saint Petersburg, FL 33713, USA - Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association
    Hedge overgrown over sidewalk, still .
  • 2317 7th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33713, USA - Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association
    Furniture, plastic bottles, concrete, cinder blocks and other assorted non-storm related junk illegally dumped in alley.
  • 2739 2nd Ave N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association
    Riviera Pools is building a pool at this location and their equipment crushed a significant portion of the side walk, I have contacted them and they will not return my calls or e mails in regards to fixing the damage they caused.
    Riviera Pools:
    Hillsborough/ Pasco: 813-961-2358
    Pasco/ Pinellas: 727-498-8612
  • 621 24th St N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association
    Neighborhood has been patient looking at peeling paint and old trusses in yard for 3 years. House is homesteaded but not occupied since foreclosure purchase. House gutted and no kitchen
  • 600 23rd Street North Saint Petersburg, Florida - Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association
    Snipe signs on public and private property throughout Kenwood neighborhood. Saw 20 or 30 on a ride around historic and north kenwood.
  • 3321 8th Ave N Saint Petersburg, FL, 33713, USA - Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association
    Overgrown lawn and unkept landscaping.
  • 2734 2nd Avenue North Saint Petersburg, FL 33713, USA - Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association
    Resident has allowed vegetation to grow out over sidewalk
  • 380 25th Street North Saint Petersburg, Florida - Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association
    crushed trash bin in alley way that needs to be replaced
  • 701 34th Street N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association
    A white Van Filled with people’s belongings has been abandoned in the parking lot for the past couple of months with flat tires
  • 2937 8th Ave N Saint Petersburg 33713 United States - Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association
    Large vegetation dumped in alley
  • 255 34th Street Saint Petersburg, Florida - Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association

    During a construction, the easements are often left to overgrow and become an unsafe nuisance for pedestrians and bikers. I walk a lot and experience this regularly. The one that Im dealing with now is on the east side of 34th street between burlington and 3rd ave n.

    Typically I walk on 3rd ave n heading toward 34th street. Several times I've been forced to walk in the street because the sidewalk is so over grown with weeds that it is literally unpassable. There is a fence blocking off the actual construction area and the sidewalk and easement are both outside this area. A few times they had equipment outside the fence blocking the sidewalk. Once they had a 4" diameter hose going under the fence and stopping at the sidewalk gushing water over the sidewalk, thru the easement, then into the street. It was like that for several days. No one could use the sidewalk there and if you did not notice it until you were there, then you got all wet walking thru the soaked over grown easement. Today there was a piece of construction tape blocking the sidewalk (again this was outside the construction fence) , for no reason that I could see, not at one end of the site, but right in the middle.

    Businesses and also residentials are required to maintain their easements, I think the contractors should also. This is a safety issue. It also looks nasty.