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Open Issues: 89 Closed Issues: 10 261 Acknowledged Issues: 851
Watching issues created after: 2017-01-14

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  • 4726 Sunrise Dr S Saint Petersburg, FL, 33705, USA - Commission District 7
    For 2 years this sinkhole from water drain collapsing has been reported to the City with these barriers (initially spray painted circles) and remains UNREPAIRED. The repair team dug a hole in my yard in front of the hedge in photo. That hole has enlarged with more rain. This is a major road hazard and is dangerous to residents walking or driving on our road where our homes set. My lawn is getting damage by traffic attempting to back up or divert away from these barriers. My pristine hedge has been damaged all over. GET THIS ESSENTIAL STORMWATER DRAIN AND RESIDENTIAL STREET REPAIRED ASAP!!!! TWO YEARS IS ENOUGH! I WANT COMPENSATION FOR THE DAMAGE TO MY PROPERTY!!
  • 1234 17th Ave North St. Petersburg, Pinellas, FL 33704 - Euclid-St Paul Neighborhood Association
    There are three new homes being built, the first is completed, they are now working on the second. We have put up with alot in terms of heavy trucks and machinery, noise and vibration, etc. But, I don't think it is right to make all this noise at night and on the weekend, much less on weekend nights. They are going right now.
  • 27th Ave N And 1st St N SAINT PETERSBURG, FL - Historic Old Northeast
    Storm drains at this intersection appear to be clogged. Standing water on all four corners.
  • Other Vagrant Camp Acknowledged
    445 Joyce Terrace N St Petersburg, FL 33701, USA - Uptown
    please see the attached photos - some homeless have made the storm water runoff area behind Dunkin Donuts a camp, can this be cleaned up and monitored?
  • 8006 12th Avenue South Saint Petersburg, FL - Yacht Club Estates Civic Association
    There is a low spot in the street in front of this property. When it rains the water does not flow to any of the drains. This is causing standing water and mosquitoes.
  • 455 11th Ave Ne St. Petersburg, FL 33701, USA - Historic Old Northeast
    This is what happens at 11th Ave NE and Cherry St even after a light rain. It has been like this for many months and the streets are always a wet mess. The townhouse construction on the 400 block of 11th Ave NE has left the street in horrible condition due to all the big trucks that were here during construction. They really damaged the street resulting in potholes that collect and hold water.
  • 4132 Sunrise Drive South Saint Petersburg, FL 33705, United States of America - Commission District 7
    Along with the roof of the shed in the water don't know if other items from the deck are also submerged
  • 1418 5th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701, USA - Bartlett Park Neighborhood Association
    Our street is flooding, but it's not raining...It's coming up from the drains. The road has become impassable at 5th Street and Newton and is creeping up the side of the car in photo...
  • 2050 Tyrone Blvd N Saint Petersburg, FL, 33710, USA - Commission District 7
    Multiple areas of water steadily flowing out of the grass across the sidewalk on the North side of 18th Ave North for several weeks. Water is foul smelling and is causing a build up of mold on the sidewalk and along the curb causing a very hazardous condition for pedestrians.
  • 3725 42nd Ave S Saint Petersburg, Florida - Broadwater Civic Association
    Property is vacant. Back door is torn off. Pool has a substantial amount of standing green water. Fence is down in back and front. Property could easily be occupied by vagrants or drug dealers. Children could fall into pool and drown.
  • 630 10th Avenue South Saint Petersburg, FL - Historic Roser Park Neighborhood Association
    complaint from citizen that catch basins at corner and in front of 630 10th Ave S are blocked up and catch basin lid is not seated properly.
  • Stormwater Issue Acknowledged
    301 21st Ave N Saint Petersburg, FL, 33704, USA - Historic Old Northeast
    Another lot is being covered in astroturf (synthetic turf) that doesn't allow for rain water to soak in. Is this even allowed in St. Petersburg?