Oakland

Open Issues: 21,611 Closed Issues: 177,205 Acknowledged Issues: 40,771
Watching issues created after: 2016-01-29

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  • 4012 Broadway Oakland, California - Piedmont Avenue
    On south-facing wall of Mama's Royal Café.
  • Chabot Road Oakland, CA - Rockridge
    Chabot Road is used as a thoroughfare and there are many potholes along it between College Ave and the Chabot Rec Center. It is in severe need of repair and/or complete repaving.
  • 1111 Pine Street Oakland, California - Prescott Oakland Point

    Ford Sportcruiser, license number 2YHD336; occupants living in RV, and dumping their assortment of waste, on street, sidewalks and landscaped areas.

    I apologize for the graphic.

  • 600 5th Street Oakland California - Old City-Produce And Waterfront
    This is a modern day Hooverville. This should not be happening on the fringes of one of the richest cities in America. It is an outrage. If the structures of our culture have failed so many people that there's a shanty town on the sidewalk then the city needs to acknowledge the problem and create a space for them to camp that includes services like trash removal and toilets rather than just allowing these sidewalk camps to spread. It's reached the point where pedestrian access is completely blocked and piles of garbage are blocking a whole lane of traffic. These people aren't just the few that fall through the cracks they are an entire community. They are people who have been evicted and lost work and have nowhere to go. This is not normal! I understand that this situation is complicated and hard for the city to deal with but it should not just be ignored. We have been so patient with this but it keeps getting worse and as months pass it's having a very negative effect on our community. We don't want the cops to come in and break it up, it just forms again a day later on the other side of the street. We want these people to be given a place to be, some dignity and basic services.
  • 471-517 Lake Park Avenue Oakland, California - Lakeshore

    A Queen Palm was demolished earlier today when a car westbound on Lake Park skidded out of control. This is not an emergency since he tree has already been removed.

    While I the hope the driver wasn't seriously injured, this incident raises two distinct issues:

    #1: This was the third of the Queen Palms that were installed in 2003 as part of the Splash Pad project that were destroyed by out of control vehicles. On the first two occasions, as far as I know, no efforts were made by the city to sue for damages that would be used to plant replacement palms. An established Queen Palm this size is going to run about $600 -$700 and delivery and installation will double that price. Since the Public Works Department is extremely short-staffed and lacking in funds, this latest palm is not going to be replaced unless the driver's insurance company foots the bill. As we all know, the city is being sued constantly--often for far less clear-cut reasons. How about us trying to level the playing field?

    #2: There have been numerous accidents on this short stretch of Lake Park -- typically cars speeding as they come off the freeway and/or speeding up to try and make the green light on Grand. The palm in the median across from KFC was destroyed several years ago and not replaced. The one today was across from Chao Thai. Another three palms in that median are heavily scarred from earlier accidents. I'd strongly suggest that Traffic Engineering look into installation of signs that warn of a curve ahead and/or 25mph speed limit signs or whatever else may do the trick.

  • 3947 Opal Oakland, California - Temescal
    At the address indicated.
  • 7677 Oakport Street Oakland, CA - Coliseum Industrial
    There are numerous pot holes located all along Oakport Street, and it appears that with all of the rain, the pot holes are becoming bigger and more frequent. This is becoming increasingly worse for all of the people who travel this road daily.
  • Park Blvd (From Oakland High To E-18th Street) Oakland, California - Rancho San Antonio
    Lack of Speed Limit Signs on Park Blvd:
    Most drivers are not aware of the speed limit on Park Blvd from Oakland High School - E-18th Street
    "is 25 MPH"
    1) We will need to post more speed limit signs (currently only ONE is in place)
    2) We need to educate the drivers about the speed limit.
    3) We need to monitor it.
    4) Then, we need to enforce it and prosecute on those who do not obey the traffic laws.
    Traffic Engineering Dept and OPD - we need your help, please
  • Blcoked Sidewalk Acknowledged
    3880 Shafter Oakland, California - Mosswood
    Cars in the driveway at this address are forcing pedestrians, including those with strollers and wheelchairs, out into the street. The big SUV (License 7EVB014) is a constant offender.
  • 490 40th Street Oakland, California - Temescal
    Atop the roof at A&F Auto Parts.
  • Ongoing nuisance Acknowledged
    341 13th Street Oakland, California - Downtown
    The shooting on the morning of April 13th outside of shadow ultra lounge makes that the 10th shooting at that address in the last 3 years. That's probably some sort of record. Any chance that the operator of the nightclub could be evicted under the nuisance ordinance? Or do we have to get to 20 shootings before something can be done?
  • Street Light Acknowledged
    2300-2398 Valley Street Oakland, California - Northgate
    Please evaluate the section of Valley Street between 23rd and 24th Streets for increased wattage on the existing street lights. Thank you.