Goodwill has a lot of people who park by the curb right in front of the main entrance. The same goes for the property where RetailPro. Because of this, cars that need to turn left or right from Parkshore Dr to Plaza Dr, have no visibility of oncoming traffic due to all the parked cars. I've been in situations where I was almost hit, specially when it's really bright out, and seen other cars almost being hit. We need either a three way stop sign, or a roundabout . This is really dangerous specially since all the new homes that are being built on Parkshore will only bring in more traffic at that intersection.
There has been many occasions that homeless people are sleeping outside the joining wall of my property and the cities. I would the the bush overgrowth cleared out so people will be visible from the street and not sleep there.
470-476 Blue Ravine Rd Folsom, CA 95630, USA - Folsom
Homeless encampment off bike trail along blue ravine across from folsom middle school. Large amounts of trash accumulating for past two weeks. Now two shopping carts parked on side of trail with trash in them and visible camp from trail near creek.
1124-1148 Riley St Folsom, CA, 95630, USA - Folsom
Well established Illegal commune campsite approx 50 yards into green belt off Lembi Park soccer field. Tents/structures, Furniture of all types, containers of all types, pile of bikes/parts, tiki torches etc., etc., photo depicts entrance into campsite but more tents/shelters stretch further back inside this green belt area.
Intersection Of Parkshore Drive And Plaza Drive Folsom, California - Folsom
Traffic hazard is created because people park along the curbs right up to the intersection at Goodwill and Tricks Gymnastics along Plaza and Parkshore making it difficult to see traffic when turning from Parkshore onto Plaza.Traffic on Parkshore and Plaza has increased substantially with the Parkshore and Farmhouse home development and people cutting through on Parkshore from Blue Ravine - Folsom Blvd. No parking signs or a no parking red curb are needed at / near the intersection to improve safety.
I live in the Woodside complex off of Parkshore Drive and across the street from the new Black Pine development. There is no stop sign when you leave the Black Pine development going onto Parkshore Drive! Also, the speed limit on Parkshore Drive is designated at 40 mph which I feel is too fast for such a narrow road, one that is used by people walking their dogs or taking their kids out in strollers for walks. Could the speed limit be lowered to 30 mph or lower? Also, cars are still being parked alongside Plaza Dive near Parkshore, and it is still causing visibility problems when you drive onto Plaza Drive. No stopping signs were recently put up, but drivers are still parking there. What if you were to paint the curbside red? I'm sure that would catch the eyes of these drivers who seem impervious to the signs... Just a suggestion.
Lembi Park 1398 Riley St, Folsom, CA, 95630, USA - Folsom
Illegal campsite on green belt walking trail behind aquatic center near the Lembi Park soccer field/volleyball sand pit. Orange tent next to large pile of collected dry twigs combined with nearby dry grasses and fallen tree leaves is potential fuel for an unintended fire.
Transient depicted in photo foreground guarding exorbitant amount of junk moved from illegal campsite green belt area adjacent to Lembi Park Tennis court. Claim is it is in preparation of city removal of illegal campsites in wetland area. Belief is that items placed on city park property won’t be removed. Once illegal campsites are surveyed it’s a short walk to move the items right back down to green belt area and new camp site re-established. Further down to volleyball court another transient moved his tent from his illegal green belt campsite a short distance up onto Lembi park property for same reasons. These guys are organized. Heads up if your playing tennis, pickle ball, soccer, or volleyball on lower Lembi park. It’s unsightly on the surface, very concerning from a safety standpoint.
Transient items left at Lembi Park picnic table behind snack bar everyday. Drug activity reported to Folsom PD this morning. This area can’t be utilized by citizens due to the constant presence of transients. Camping at park at night is a violation of city ordinance.
The city sponsored bin is a magnet for attracting the homeless. They pressure people into giving up their recyclables and they are cashed in to support their lifestyle. This drop off bin is enabling their behavior and is a blight of the community.