Alameda

Open Issues: 213 Closed Issues: 3,630 Acknowledged Issues: 170
Watching issues created after: 2016-05-26

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  • 655 Taylor Avenue Alameda, California - Alameda
    Someone went on a graffiti spree near the vacant tot at 1435 Webster Street. Sidewalk, trash can and even a street tree were sprayed.
  • 1511 Park St Alameda, CA, 94501, USA - Alameda
    the homeless encampment that has been reported at this location thousands of times by hundreds of residents for the past several years remains a blight to the community. APD has done absolutely nothing to clean up the encampment. They continue to loiter at this location, abusing dru.g.s and alcohol, urinating and defecating on the street, and bothering law abiding residents as they walk down this street. We are tired of the smell, we're tired of the trash, we're tired of YOU Alameda Police, the most worthless police department in American history. You are a disgrace to the good name of law enforcement officers nationwide.
  • 711 Santa Clara Ave Alameda, CA 94501, USA - Alameda
    Occupying a handicap spot in a city lot. Is this the new normal for Alameda? 🤔⏰🙄
  • 1345 Park St Alameda 94501, United States - Alameda
  • 1028-1098 Oak St Alameda, CA 94501, USA - Alameda

    Dumpsters behind Kobe-Ya Sushi have been causing a really offensive stench to blanket Oak St, westward, for about half the block.

    Today all the lids are open, making it even worse.

    Please encourage them to be good neighbors.

    Thank you.

  • 1809-1812 Balsa St Alameda, CA 94501, USA - Alameda
    Homeless encampment inside the Del Monte building loading dock area. There is a large unleashed pit bull living there too!
  • Intersection Of Packet Landing Road And Centre Court Alameda, California - Alameda

    Safety issues caused by red zone violations on either side of Centre Court intersection with Packet Landing Road, creating zero visibility when exiting or entering Centre Court. Occurs twice weekdays, at beginning and end of school at nextdoor Earhart Elementary school, with mostly the same few parents using Centre Court red zones as parking spaces for average 20-30 minutes per vehicle.

    I personally stopped by police station to report on 11/8 (incident 1C 117), and newly assigned officer told me it was the first he'd heard of problem (although familiar with similar issues at BayFarm school), and emergency work permitting, that he'd try to come out in a week or 2, to ticket offenders; asking around and asking police, has not happened to date.

    To demonstrate more than single incident of 11/8, I also called in violations to non-emergency police number on 11/14, 11/15, 11/16; police were unable to respond in the average 20-30 minutes vehicles remained in red zone. (I was told because drivers remained in vehicles, police needed to be dispatched, instead of parking enforcement.) I submitted photos of license plates of offenders to Harbor Bay Security, for their tracking & forwarding to police; these were mostly repeat offenders.

    My request is to eliminate the safety issues of zero visibility caused by red zone violations, whether via ticketing offenders, blocking red zone with pylons that seems to be effective down the street in school red zones, or whatever it takes to fix.

  • Constitution Way Alameda, CA 94501, USA - Alameda
    Homeless Encampment
  • Central Ave. Heading Towards Webster St. Before Caroline St. Alameda, California - Alameda
    Citizens of Alameda expect your garbage bill to go up! Alameda has a major problem with the illegal dumping and people stealing recycling materials such as cans and bottles out of garbage cans for their OWN PERSONAL GAIN. I called Alameda PD on the non-emergency phone number at 12:44pm today to report a person taking recycling out of garbage cans on Central Ave. The woman who answered did NOT take my phone # or name. Do the police care? I called back at 12:48 pm to report I would be putting a picture of the woman on SeeClickFix.
  • Fernside Boulevard Alameda, CA - Alameda

    From: Monica Burneikis [mailto:monica@meisel-law.com]
    Sent: Wednesday, May 10, 2017 8:41 AM
    To: City Manager ; PW Mailbox
    Subject: Fernside Speedway

    Dear City Manager and the Public Works Department for the City of Alameda:

    I am writing to express my concern regarding the excessive speed I have observed drivers using on Fernside Boulevard. I have lived on Fernside Boulevard near Thompson Street for 2.5 years. During that time, I have witnessed drivers on a daily basis driving at speeds well in excess of the 25 mile per hour speed limit. I also regularly (i.e., at least once per week) see drivers, frustrated with the car in front of them obeying the speed limit, swerve into the bike lane or cross over the double yellow median line in order to pass the vehicle ahead. Most concerning about this behavior is that I observe it most often during the morning commute, when numerous children are heading to school, walking across Fernside, or using the bike lanes.

    While I do not know this, I hope that the drivers I have seen participating in the above actions do not live in Alameda, but rather, are using Fernside to get to the Harbor Bay Business Park, the Oakland Airport or the San Francisco Bay Ferry. Such would also help explain the reason for such haste in driving.

    I would like the City to consider taking action to address this problem, and thereby reduce the risk of injury to the public and our children caused by the dangerous speeds and poor driving habits used by drivers on Fernside. Perhaps the installation of additional stop signs would be beneficial. Such is a low cost and relatively simple way to address the issue. There are currently no stop signs between High Street and East Side/Garfield Drive, which allows drivers to reach high rates of speed on this stretch of road. Another option would be to install speed humps all along the street. Finally, perhaps some sort of curb separating the bike lane from the roadway, or a center/median island (similar to the islands on Thompson Street) would be effective. I have personally spoken with non-Alamedians who have said that the large width of Fernside gives drivers the impression that the speed limit is higher than 25. Making the roadway narrower, either by installing a curb along the bike lane or a center median, may encourage drivers to slow down.

    Another benefit of installing some sort of speed reducing system is that such may deter drivers from outside of Alameda from using Fernside as a thoroughfare to the business park, airport or ferry, and encourage those drivers to use DooLittle or Ron Cowan Parkway, both of which have higher speed limits and less pedestrian traffic.

    Thank you for your consideration and I look forward to hearing back from you.

    Best regards,

    Monica Burneikis | Partner
    Meisel, Krentsa & Burneikis
    350 Sansome Street, Suite 600
    San Francisco, California 94104
    Direct Dial 415.288.4032
    www.mkinjurylaw.com

  • Doolittle Dr Alameda, CA, 94502, USA - Alameda
    Homeless encampment on Doolittle Drive across from the golf course is growing. Please do something about this asap.
  • 1527 Park St Alameda, CA, 94501, USA - Alameda

    There is a total traffic enforcement s***show going on in Alameda today. This is specifically for the east end but I am sure these problems are widespread across every neighborhood in Alameda.

    Consistently there is a load of traffic laws being broken out here on a daily basis. We have a serious problem with speeders, red light and stop sign runners, people who refuse to yield to pedestrians, people who block sidewalks and driveways with their vehicles etc due to APD's total refusal to enforce traffic laws in our neighborhood.

    Today, during my 10 minute walk through this neighborhood on my way to work from my home, I encountered an Audi completely blocking the sidewalk at Broadway and Central. I attempted to report it to APD dispatch but the dispatcher was being rude and difficult so I just hung up.

    Then as I was walking down the street I saw countless vehicles speeding and running stop signs between Broadway and Park at the various intersections down Central.

    Then as I was walking on Park, I was standing on the corner of I believe Santa Clara and Park and my light turned green. I began crossing and as I was crossing, some bicyclist literally came like 2 centimeters from my face as he blew right past me and threw the red light. If I had stepped forward a split second earlier, he would have clipped me, probably knocked me over and possibly broke some of my bones/killed me while I had the right of way to cross the street.

    Then as I was standing at the bus stop I saw the audi I tried to report earlier driving into the gas station, knowing full well that they were not cited at all for blocking the sidewalk earlier due to APD's total refusal to enforce the law in our neighborhood.

    This area is turning into a lawless motorpocalypse of vehicles making up their own rules and doing whatever they want. As I was going to work down Buena Vista I saw a neverending row of cars running stop signs all down Buena Vista all the way to Sherman. It's unbelievable. Not a cop in sight. Blight and crime everywhere.

    Clean up alameda now. Sick and tired of this c.r.@.p