Open Issues: 65 Closed Issues: 11,734 Acknowledged Issues: 1,257
Watching issues created after: 2017-01-14

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  • 919 30th Ave N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Magnolia Heights Neighborhood Association
    This continual flooding in even a light rainstorm is getting old! Today the water has turned our alley into a river and has made 30th Ave near Sunset grill- West passable only single file and sends a wake well into our front yard! Why is this STILL an issue?
  • Other Archived
    6891 4th Street South Saint Petersburg, Florida - Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association

    The bike lanes on both sides of 4th St. S. and Pinellas Point Dr., south of 45 Ave. S. have numerous obstructions and narrow to the point of making them hazardous and dangerous for cyclists.

    That section of road is very popular with cyclists. Every morning, for example, 30-50 cyclists use the road on a group ride. One of the most popular routes for recreational cyclists takes them along this road.

    I request that the lane be upgraded to meet minimum standards of 4 feet wide at all places. Debris needs to be swept and growth in the bike lane trimmed back.

    Photo attached documents one of the the problems. Others include debris; trees overgrown into the lane, widths as narrow as 32 inches; and standing water. I have sent Action Center those photos by email. I have a couple of dozen more to show that the same problems repeatedly along this route.

    Without upgrades and maintenance, cyclists must weave in and out of the bike lane to avoid hazards. In such cases, it is prudent for cyclists to use the full travel lane. However, many cars exceed the 35 mph speed limit, making it dangerous for cyclists on the road. St. Pete Police might want to monitor this road for speeders.

    I’ve included many photos to document the types of problems. I have others that will show that these problems are repeated along the route. These photos were taken after trash collection, meaning those bins in the lane were put there by the city trash collectors. That said, homeowners more often put their bins in the bike lane where we encounter them on morning rides.

  • 12th Avenue Northeast Saint Petersburg, Florida - Historic Old Northeast
    The number of dogs on the beach and water at Northshore Park has been increasing. Today at noon there were 12 dogs on the beach, most without leashes. I observed 1 fairly rough dog fight, and dogs pooping in the water. Part of the problem seems to have started with the volleyball players who bring their dogs every day, but now everyone else is bringing their dogs. People bring dogs clearly in front of the "no dog" signs. The dogs make me uncomfortable at the beach, scare the birds, and the pooping in the water seemed really unsanitary. I think if you sent someone out on a Sunday once or twice and issued some warnings, you could greatly decrease the dogs.
  • Flooding Acknowledged
    Cherry St Ne Saint Petersburg, FL, 33704, USA - Historic Old Northeast
    Please come deal with this standing water issue. People are now injuring themselves trying to bike or walk due to the congealing. Bike accidents have already been witnessed. Perhaps a concrete patch in this area to prevent the water that does not evaporate (it's been 1+ month). It's so slimy now it's dangerous.
  • 4831 Dr M.L.K. Jr St N St. Petersburg, FL 33703, USA - St. Petersburg
    The house at this location burned down early last year. 2 nights ago the previous owner is now living out of his car in a vacant lot with his dog. There is no electric or water
  • 600-698 Beach Dr Ne Saint Petersburg, FL, 33701, USA - Historic Old Northeast
    Bicycle groups on Saturday and Sunday mornings take up entire lanes on Beach Dr. and North Shore Dr. Cars have no choice but to travel behind them. Can't pass them. Police do nothing about this. They only respond to complaints that are happening in real time. Bicyclists thumb their noses at the law that states they stay in a single file. Instead they ride side by side next to other bicyclists.
  • 2042 Beach Dr Se Saint Petersburg 33705, United States - St. Petersburg
    Please fix water fountain! It was marked as closed but not fixed!
  • 215 10th Ave Ne Saint Petersburg, Florida - Historic Old Northeast

    This street floods almost every time it rains. Getting to your car requires changing shoes. I purchased rubber boots that go over my shoes and there are times when the water goes above them. I have posted this several times and nothing has bee done. This time I had to move my car because traffic causes a wake that can flood a car.

    Please, please, please fix this.

  • Codes Compliance Acknowledged
    2926 6th Ave N Saint Petersburg 33713 United States - Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association
    Yard is completely overgrown. Grass is over 3ft tall. Rodents have been seen on property. I believe people are sleeping outside in backyard and water has been turned off.
  • Flooding Archived
    300 Appian Way Ne St. Petersburg, FL 33704, USA - Snell Isle Property Owners Association
    High flood water on Appian Way NE and Catalan.
  • 43rd Ave Ne & Cherry St Ne Saint Petersburg, FL, 33703, USA - North East Park Neighborhood Association
    Significant street flooding every time it rains on Cherry St NE from 43rd Ave - 44th Ave. Standing water on the corner of Cherry St NE & 43rd for several weeks. Large pothole has recently opened up at that intersection.
  • 131 4th Ave N St Petersburg, FL, 33701, USA - Downtown Neighborhood Association

    This sidewalk section is just east of the Regent Lane townhome community and in front of the Vinoy Electrical Sub-station. Location is in the middle of the 4th Ave N block between 1st and 2nd Street North. The address of Regent Lane townhomes is 145 4th Ave North and this sidewalk location is just east of Regent Lane.

    The sidewalk is a dangerous concern that the city should address and resolve quickly if only from a liability perspective. I have often lost my footing here due to the uneven sidewalk but have avoided falling. There are a lot of people who use this sidewalk to walk down to Beach Drive. Many are inebriated and walking this stretch of sidewalk sober is challenging enough. Please even this section out before someone is hurt.

    Thank you.
    Michele Settel