City of Alameda

Open Issues: 190 Closed Issues: 9,125 Acknowledged Issues: 142
Watching issues created after: 2016-05-26

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  • Webster St Alameda 94501, United States - Alameda
    This needs to be cleaned up and removed!
  • 800 Atlantic Ave Alameda, California - Alameda
    There is the smell of fire coming from the Jane Sweeney park again this am at around the 800 block of Atlantic where homeless enter in through the cut fence. There is also many piles of garbage left that include but are not limited to clothing, gasoline cans, alcohol bottles, and human waste. The homeless encampments have grown now to over 25 and still growing creating a safety issue and a health hazard. and the camps need to be cleaned up after the requirement of a 72 notice and persons there should be directed to facilities that are able to help them if they are interested.
  • 555 Stargell Ave Alameda CA 94501, United States - Alameda

    There is a sign at this crosswalk that a white spray painted bike has been chained to, needs removing. It's a bike placed there by someone trying to tell all that someone died there from an accident. It's unsightly, distracting, dangerous.

    Reasons why:

    I myself witnessed on multiple occasions cars almost having accidents with each other by looking at the bike, including myself; Someone slowed way way down blocking traffic to look at the bike, someone else swerved in between that car and me making me slam on my breaks.

    It's unsightly. It's not something that reminds you of Alameda the island, it only reminds you of someone who was killed immediately after getting out of the tunnel.

    It's attached to a sign that traffic will not look at; They will look at the bike instead, making more dangerous moves like turning right after the bike instead of the designated merge lane. People will have accidents, maybe even run into other people. I can see it now.

    They illegally placed a piece of trash on a sign and deliberately locked it there with a very thick chain so most won't be able to remove it without lifting it up and over the sign, or cutting it off with big bolt cutters, or having to use a blow torch.

    There is a place for this kind of thing, in a metal plackard flat on the sidewalk imbedded in the cement for the person who died, normal. I bet if they placed the bike where they actually died you'd have to remove it; Inside the roadway. So there is another place for this bike, like Not at a major and intense dense 24/7 traffic intersection.

    This bike is unsightly and a dangerous distraction for many reasons.

    Please contact the proper authorities to remove it.

  • 1975 Constitution Way Alameda, CA 94501, USA - Alameda
    Request Alameda PD enforce against excessively loud exhaust noise from vehicles (generally motorcycles leaving the island northbound on Constitution). There are a few vehicles that routinely utilize this route towards the tunnel and are absurdly loud. I don't mean your run of the mill Harley or @#$%-can rice-rocket exhaust, I mean top fuel straight piped dragster wake the whole island kind of loud. Please, for the sake of everyone with ears, let alone those of us with babies, let's get this under control.
  • 2614 Central Ave Alameda, CA, 94501, USA - Alameda
    Content blocked by rejections
  • 1415 Pearl St Alameda CA, 94501, USA - Alameda

    Neighborhood recycling thief has been trespassing on various properties to loot the recycling bins (and make a massive mess and a lot of noise in the process) for about a year now (possibly longer!) Have been reporting them weekly since April of 2018 but APD ignored it every time. I got so fed up with it that I decided to follow and record this person on video as they proceeded to trespass and steal from all the properties in my neighborhood, and eventually managed to flag down a couple APD officers who were driving through the area and got them to stop the thief. The thief is an elderly asian woman, possibly vietnamese, who typically wears a grey cap, blue jeans and grey sneakers. The thief usually uses a large three-wheeled cart to transport the stolen recyclables to whoever is paying them for them.

    Officers apparently asked them to knock it off and I thought the issue was finally resolved, only to see this same person come back again the next weekend and continue trespassing and stealing from everyone's properties in the neighborhood.

    There's also a handful of other thieves, possibly associates of this individual, who also like to go around trespassing on people's properties and digging through their bins. They usually hit various apartment complexes on central before proceeding northbound on Pearl street to hit more properties up that way. I am not sure what their full route is, but I know that they typically come around this area on Sundays and Mondays (although I've also occasionally seem them on a few other days), and usually either mid-morning or in the afternoon.

    it is very frustrating that even after an entire year of thoroughly documenting the problem, diligently reporting it to APD every time it happens, the problem continues to persist totally unabated. APD needs to put an end to the weekly recycling theft and trespassing that they've allowed to continue with impunity for an entire year (and possibly longer).

  • 901 Marina Village Pkwy Alameda, CA, 94501, USA - Alameda
    Lots of unlawful homeless activity in this area; homeless frequently seen hanging around the shopping center, rolling around on what appear to be stolen bikes, often towing stolen shopping carts from various stores in this area (usually the Lucky's), digging through the bins for recyclables, stealing vehicles from the various office parking lots in this area and openly using drugs and alcohol in public in broad daylight. Just saw one of them rolling around the shopping center on a stolen bike with an open container of beer. These homeless sometimes abuse hard drugs, harass shoppers as they're trying to go in and out of businesses at this location, and frequently overdose causing frequent visits from Alameda Paramedics/Fire Department. This has been reported for years by countless individuals who are tired of seeing this area plagued by homeless drug addicts and alcoholics who break multiple laws, harass people, and steal property regularly in this area. We are tired of APD ignoring this problem. Clean this area up now.
  • Constitution Way Alameda, CA, 94501, USA - Alameda
    Homeless encampments located on Constitution before entering tube.
  • Police -General Acknowledged
    418 Lincoln - Alameda
    Stolen bikes ready to be stripped down, stolen shopping cart. Trash dumped in the street and on the curb. Meth heads loitering and harassing neighbors.
  • 3282-3286 San Jose Avenue Alameda, California - Alameda
    I'm the Principal of Lincoln Middle School. Every day before and after school we see a half dozen or more cars make illegal U-Turns on San Jose. I'm requesting a patrol officer every once an while between 7:45 am to 8:15 am and between 2:50 pm and 3:10 pm.
  • Marina Village Parkway And Mariner Square Drivealameda 94501 United States - Alameda
    Homeless encampment creating a health and safety hazard. Human feces, wet garbage, sewage, rat infestation and stolen shopping carts
  • 660 Taylor Avenue Alameda, California - Alameda

    Dear City Manager,

    I am writing to you regarding the conditions at Webster and Taylor. Specifically, conditions within 200 feet west of this intersection.

    All of the following have been reported via SeeClickFix.

    1. There are dozens of tags on the historic building and property at 1431 Webster Street. Code Enforcement is non responsive.

    2. The front yard of 645 Taylor has been paved over for parking. As a result, the adjacent sidewalk is broken. Code Enforcement found the property in violation, but the parking lot is still there and the sidewalk is still broken.

    3. Ongoing and never ending dumping of trash near this intersection. The No Dumping sign has graffiti on it.

    4. Broken sidewalks, including sidewalks repaved with asphalt.

    5. Broken storm drains.

    6. Roads and sidewalks that do not drain due to faulty grades.

    7. Roadway long overdue for reconstruction.

    8. The City operated parking lot at Webster and Taylor was closed several years ago and no replacement parking was created. The project approved for this location seems to be in abeyance.

    This area suffered decades of disinvestment due to redlining based on race and class discrimination.

    I urge you to visit this location and take action to remedy these and other problems. It is long overdue that the City address these type of problems and the longstanding injustices that helped to create and perpetuate them.

    Regards,

    Steve Gerstle