NA - Old Southeast Neighborhood Association PLUS

Open Issues: 2 Closed Issues: 1,287 Acknowledged Issues: 67
Watching issues created after: 2015-11-19

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  • 101 19th Ave Se Saint Petersburg 33705, United States - Old Southeast Neighborhood Association
    AGAIN! Lawn debris outside of can
    Not placed by residents of the 3 homes on the west end of alley. Recurrent issue.
  • Codes Compliance Acknowledged
    101 19th Ave Se Saint Petersburg, Florida - Old Southeast Neighborhood Association
    Sign in easement needs to be removed
  • Other Archived
    2176 Bay St Se Saint Petersburg 33705, United States - Old Southeast Neighborhood Association
    When the new road surface was installed, the new grade does not allow for drainage from the street. Photo is after a light rain shower. This was previously reported right after the street was finished several weeks ago. Please correct.
  • 116 18th Ave Se Saint Petersburg, FL, 33705, USA - Old Southeast Neighborhood Association
    Housing chickens not in compliance with code
  • Traffic Issue Archived
    4th Street At 22nd Avenue S Saint Petersburg, Florida - Old Southeast Neighborhood Association
    Is it possible to replace the sign for the Pierce rec center on the NE corner of 4th St & 22nd A/S? It is so faded as to be useless.
  • 136 17th Avenue Se Saint Petersburg, Florida - Old Southeast Neighborhood Association
    Several windows on both sides of house are boarded up.
    Mattress on front porch, too.
  • Other Archived
    1725 Bay Street Se Saint Petersburg, Florida - Old Southeast Neighborhood Association
    Can someone check on this home to make sure vagrants are not living here?
  • 144 24th Ave S Saint Petersburg, Florida - Old Southeast Neighborhood Association
    I've reported this twice in the last month. 2 junk cars and a junk boat in front. Yard not maintained with garbage all over front yard
  • Stormwater Issue Acknowledged
    2042 Beach Dr Se Saint Petersburg FL 33705, United States - Old Southeast Neighborhood Association
    The ditch at 22nd Ave., Southeast reeks and caused me to dry heave. Also, the grass on the south side of the ditch has not been cleaned out or trimmed back in almost a year.
  • 116 18th Ave Se Saint Petersburg, FL, 33705, USA - Old Southeast Neighborhood Association
    Overgrown shrubs and trees in front of house closest to road
  • 255 24th Avenue Southeast Saint Petersburg, Florida - Old Southeast Neighborhood Association
    I called in a couple weeks ago to report the garbage trucks speeding through the neighborhood, rudeness and garbage being spilled all over the streets. It’s not a once in a while issue. This has been happening since our former regular guy retired this year. We’ve NEVER had issues from him. Yet this new guy trashes our streets and we have gotten tired of cleaning up after him. By the time we clean up the streets again, the trash cans be half full! I’m sending pictures in this time to show it’s clearly not a few pieces of little paper that flew away in the wind. This guy is straight up CARELESS and SLOPPY! There is more in front of my neighbors house also. We would appreciate it if this problem STOPS as it is not our job to have to come and clean up after their carelessness. We keep our streets clean around here and don’t need anyone trashing them who should already be concerned with keeping them clean
  • 4th Street And 18 Avenue South St Petersburg, Florida - Old Southeast Neighborhood Association
    The crosswalk signal at 18th Avenue and 4th Street is inoperative on the east side almost all the time. It is a serious public safety hazard in that folks on the west side push the button, see their flasher working but when crossing the street may nearly be run down by oncoming traffic in the east lane because the signal is out, like my wife and I this morning. This has been reported before, and the signal has worked for a day or so, either because of luck or City action, probably the former as I am sure the City would have fixed it, if it observed it not working. Occasionally it still works for a few hours; I think when it is raining, but who knows? If City inspectors find it working, have them check it everyday until it doesn't. As an engineer, I know it is hard to fix something if it is working at the time you are there. Thanks for your assistance.