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Problemi aperti: 70 Problemi chiusi: 2.215 Problemi presi in atto: 308
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  • 501 Strander Boulevard Tukwila, WA - Tukwila


    This message is to inform you that a complaint about illegal dumping in your jurisdiction was received by the King County Illegal Dumping Hotline
    Nature: Solid waste on public property
    Jurisdiction: Tukwila
    Location: Strander Blvd & Andover Park E, Tukwila 98188
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    Complainant Confidential: Yes
    Description: Shopping carts and liter near the Metro bus stop. Area is on Strnder Blvd near the 515 Strander Blvd
    Location Details: Long/Lat: 47.4558, -122.2500
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  • Se 136th St Renton, Washington - East Renton Highlands
    Large camp off main trail
    Cross streets of SE 136th St & 144th Ave SE
  • 25918 160th Ave Se Covington, Washington - Covington
    My home sits next to a greenbelt with a very old sign to contact to king county. The phone number no longer in service. Our neighborhood was built in 1994 and there is a tree in this area that is dying and parts of it have fallen into our front yard and crushed the fence. We have children and pets and would like to get this tree taken care of as soon as poccible. The question is who is responsible? My HOA....Channing Park in Fairfield?? Or the city of Covington or King County?
  • 128th And East Marginal Tukwila, Washington - Tukwila
    Same motorhome moving back and forth from 126th to128th. It takes time from police doing their important jobs and cost Tukwila money. They don't live in this neighborhood and the people are sick of it.
  • 10035 E Marginal Way S Tukwila, WA 98168, USA - Tukwila
    Open utility access hole in the middle of southbound sidewalk. Very dangerous for bikers and pedestrians!
  • 3801 242nd Avenue Southeast Issaquah, Washington - Sammamish
    Need speed hump before Audubon Park to slow down drivers at the 2 way intersection between 24nd Ave SE and SE 38th Pl.
  • 100 North 160th Street Shoreline, Washington - Shoreline
    An elime bike has been left on the campus for a week back by the portable.
  • 19340 Firlands Way N Shoreline 98133, United States - Shoreline
    It seems that a water spout of some kind is broken and water is pouring into the park and ride parking lot from one of the planters. Lots of water looks like it’s being wasted!
  • 26018 191st Pl Se Covington 98042, United States - Covington
    Another vehicle abandoned on this street. No rear license plate. Possibly stolen and dumped?
  • 4275 East Lake Sammamish Shore Lane Southeast Sammamish, WA - Sammamish
    Ms. Bolger states the the tall grass in the ROW leading out of E Lk Samm Sh Ln SE, right in front of their house (4275) is grown so much that getting out onto the Parkway can be a bit challenging. They are an older couple and would appreciate any help the city can provide, in making it safer to access the Parkway.
  • Southeast 39th Way Issaquah, WA - Sammamish
    Priority 1 Request -- Would you please schedule a work order to replace existing “No Parking Any Time” sign with new “No Parking West of Here” sign on SE 39th Way. Please see below for details.
  • 4257 East Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast Sammamish, WA - Sammamish

    There is a barrier between the bike path and the embankment between 212th St. SE and the Roundabout at SE 43rd that has been problematic for years because of the blackberry vines spilling over the barrier into the bike path.

    In past years I've cut back the overhang, but last year - 2017 -, because of the closure of Snake Hill Road I never saw it and don't know how it was maintained. Three weeks ago I went along the road with my loppers and cut back the overhang. Someone else had been there before me and about a third of the stretch was already done.

    The blackberries need to be cut back with some heavy equipment, which I'm pretty sure has been done in the past.