Joaquin

Open Issues: 6 Closed Issues: 5,542 Acknowledged Issues: 4,031
Watching issues created after: 2017-05-23

Boundaries cover District I

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  • Trash/Debris Archived
    1080–1086 Pierce St Houston 77002, United States - Midtown
    Trash is piling up under Pierce elevated at Fannin. Huge blight on midtown area. The entire block is a mess. Does Houston have a trash department that can clean this up?
  • Water Leak Archived
    7422–7498 Keller St Houston 77012, United States - East End
    Water leaking by big field
  • 2410 S Wayside - Southeast
    Abandoned building, homeless stay in side, building not secured and is dangerous.
  • Other Acknowledged
    Ingrando Park - East End
  • Hamilton And Pierce - Midtown
    Homeless criminals are living in tents under the bridge stealing property from tax payers in the neighborhood. They have stolen many boxes of mail from us and our neighbors and recently the stole 3 locked bike from our gate. We actually found the bikes there and recovered them with the help of police officers. These criminals need to be moved out immediately... How is the city allowing them to just live there in these tents?
  • Other Archived
    Ingrando Park - East End
    All lights out at park. Lights not working.
  • Pothole Archived
    3301 Gulf Fwy Houston, TX 77003, USA - East End
    Pot hole, crack opening up.
  • Pothole Acknowledged
    800-868 St Charles St Houston, TX 77003, USA - East End
    caused a flat tire.
  • 2001–2015 Main St Houston 77002, United States - Midtown
    Multiple homeless people and trash around premises. Have been asked by multiple people for money on the way to the rail station.
  • 8013 Glenloch Dr Houston, TX 77061, USA - Southeast
    Junk vehicles. RV not allowed in neighborhood, it is not running.
  • Other Acknowledged
    Ingrando Park - East End
  • Milam St Houston, TX, 77002, USA - Midtown
    On Milan street under Pierce Elevated there are piles of items (in addition to the piles that are with the homeless people). The unattended piles of items blow into the street and into cars when the winds pick up.