Eric Huffstutler

Open Issues: 57 Closed Issues: 3,793 Acknowledged Issues: 63
Watching issues created after: 2015-12-07

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  • 207 North 23rd Street Richmond, VA - Church Hill
    Several sections of the brick sidewalk on the east side of this block are missing. These pose a tripping hazard to pedestrians. Please fill in the missing sections.
  • 2813 E Broad Street Richmond, VA - Church Hill
    Please replace the concrete sidewalk where a water meter was replaced
  • Other Archived
    2824 East Broad Street Richmond, VA 23223, USA - Church Hill
    Collapsed sewer outlet
  • 414 N 25th St Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill
    The post office on 25th Street is falling apart. It is a dirty facility and really needs some fixing up and ongoing maintenance. I tried calling the post mistress T. Pettiford but none of my calls were answered.
  • 200 244 N 31st St Richmond, VA - Church Hill
    AGAIN, the parks maintenance people have LOCKED this trashcan to the inside of the fence and have not emptied it for weeks. Once again, it is overflowing. We were pushing it to the street each week to have it emptied, but in their wisdom the P&R guys decided to lock it so we couldn't do that. They have stopped emptying any trash in that park, solved on the other end by removing the trash cans so that people just put wrappers etc. on the ground.
  • 320 N 25th St Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill
    Per the Code, dogs shouldn't be heard barking outside of kennels. I can hear dogs barking at all hours of the night outside of this one. Pls fix.
  • 409 N 31st St Richmond, VA - Church Hill
    The alley beside 409 N 31st ST is full of large potholes and needs to be graded and graveled. Whenever it rains, large puddles accumulate and water stands for several days. The picture below shows the problem. These were taken several days after a rain.
  • 150 N30th Street Richmond, VA - Church Hill
    Vacant house has had pile up of.junk in alley since December 2015. There are other areas with in this alley way that has furniture and other items that need to be picked up. I've called several time with no action being taken. Report numbers2290252 and most recent #2376053
  • Vandalism Archived
    2112 East Grace Street Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill

    The Grace Street overlook was vandalized overnight.

    1. Bolted down bench was pulled out of the brick sidewalk.
    2. Heavy metal trashcan was rolled about 10 feet down the dirt footpath.
    3. Trash that was in the trashcan is now all over the sidewalk and dirt footpath.

  • 3113 E. Broad Street Richmond, VA - Church Hill
    3113 E. Broad Street continues top be a neighborhood nuisance. It was recently reported that there was construction and tree debris in the yard of 3113 E. Broad Street. City of Richmond brought this to the attention of the owner. The owners solution was to move this material from the yard into the alley behind 3111 and 3113 E. Broad Street. The city trash collection will not pick this material up as it is not in a supercan. (see attached picture)
  • Alleyway Flooding Acknowledged
    2821 East Broad Street Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill
    This alley needs resurfacing to prevent the massive ponding of water in low spots
  • Potholes Acknowledged
    2507 E Broad St Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill

    This is the third time I have made a ticket for this. Please fix this!

    The city did work back in the winter and did not clean up after itself when the work was completed. Holes, tar, and loose gravel was left all over the road. The complete side of my car got covered in tar that was kicked up from other drivers. The city finally came by several weeks ago and laid a giant patch on some of the holes, but did not clean up the tar and gravel they had previously left behind. Within a day or two this new patch already started to erode.

    It should not be like this in the first place. The city needs to clean after itself and set a good example for it's citizens.

    This also can not be cheap for the city to keep coming back here and throwing tar on top of the problems. A job done well the first time is less costly in the long run for both the city and the drivers of richmond.