Richard

Open Issues: 11 Closed Issues: 1,394 Acknowledged Issues: 223
Watching issues created after: 2017-07-18

Snell Isle, Coffeepot Park

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  • Other Archived
    350 Rafael Blvd Ne St. Petersburg, FL 33704, USA - Snell Isle Property Owners Association
    Commercial signage in residential neighborhood
  • 4050 Arkansas Ave Ne St. Petersburg, FL 33703, USA - Shore Acres Civic Association
    2 pot holes
  • 131 33rd Ave N Saint Petersburg 33704, United States - North East Park Neighborhood Association
    Major wood in construction materials in the alley at 1:41 33 rd Avenue North
  • 121-131 33rd Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33704, USA - North East Park Neighborhood Association
    The alley between 34th Ave., North and 33rd Ave., North between first Street and second Street someone decide to cut a tree down but in heavy equipment and tore up the alley I need to be fixed ASAP
  • 3rd St N And 32nd Ave N Saint Petersburg, Florida - North East Park Neighborhood Association
    Over a month ago the water department was doing smoke tests and cut out the pavement around the manhole located on 3rd St N and the alleyway between 32nd Ave N and 31st Ave N. A couple of weeks ago crews came out and cemented half of the hole that was cut leaving barricades and a remaining hole.
    Tractor trailers delivering to the shopping center on 4th street have been maneuvering through the neighborhood due to the blockage.
    I am unsure why the entire area wasn't paved but 6 weeks seems like a long time and it seems that the uncompleted job was forgotten. I am also sure the trash and recycle trucks would appreciate the area being finished as well.
  • Pothole Archived
    Coffee Pot Boulevard Northeast Saint Petersburg, FL - Historic Old Northeast
    Citizen called to report that the curb has caved in on the Snell Isle bridge. SWC
  • Pothole Archived
    4050-4198 Arkansas Avenue Northeast Saint Petersburg, Florida - Shore Acres Civic Association
    East bound lane on east side of Shore Acres Blvd where Connecticut Ave N begins. The pothole is in the left tire track of the lane so almost impossible to not hit when eastbound..
  • Traffic Issue Archived
    34th Avenue North Saint Petersburg, Florida - Commission District 7
    People speed down 34th Ave. N. from MLK to 4th Street. Many young parents with children in this neighborhood trying to walk or bike. Very unsafe.
  • 235-245 25th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33704, USA - Historic Old Northeast
    this house is completly covered with vines and overgrowth. ferral cats all around.
  • 293 Bellair Drive Ne Saint Petersburg, Florida - Snell Isle Property Owners Association
    Driveway into street is depressed creating stagnant water to sit in street at foot of driveway
  • 1307 40th Ave Ne Saint Petersburg, Florida - St. Petersburg
    boat/trailer parked in driveway
  • 536 35th Ave Ne Saint Petersburg, Florida - North East Park Neighborhood Association

    The following project has supposedly been completed in the area of Poplar and 34th Ave NE. On Tuesday, June 12th, we had a thunderstorm and the ENTIRE area around of Poplar and 35th Ave NE were flooded as bad as they have been during a tropical storm. This was only a thunderstorm, and the water was half way up my driveway and deposited boards, leaves, and garbage on my property. A neighbor, the Rood's took pictures. If this project was supposed to alleviate flooding in this area, it is a TOTAL FAIL and ENTIRE waste of money!!!!!! Would love to know how much taxpayer money you WASTED on this!!!

    Drainage Improvements coming to 34th Avenue NE
    St. Petersburg, Fla. (December 20, 2017) – There’s good news for folks living in the Northeast Park and Snell Isle neighborhoods. Drainage improvement work is set to begin along 34th Avenue and Poplar Street NE beginning in January.

    The City of St. Petersburg has authorized a contractor (Rowland, Inc.) to enhance and enlarge existing aged and undersized piping in the area and proceed with a project providing newer larger capacity storm drainage systems to the area. The work is scheduled to begin in January and continue through August 2018.

    Local access to homes and businesses should be maintained at all times. However, minor disruptions are inevitable. The contractor will make every effort to accommodate residents’ and customer’s needs as situations arise. The city will also have a full-time inspector available to answer any questions and to address concerns in the field.

    Letters will be sent directly to individual property owners in the area over the next two weeks to further explain the process and its potential impact.