King County Parks Info PLUS

Open Issues: 54 Closed Issues: 2,248 Acknowledged Issues: 306
Watching issues created after: 2017-08-31

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  • 3520 South 146th Street Seattle, Washington - Tukwila
    This location on S. 146th st and 35th ave S is a school bus stop. There constantly are vehicles parked on the east side of 35th and S. side on S 146th in various states of repair and people living out of them. 70 to 80 elementary children witness alcohol, drugs activity and prostitution in and around these vehicles routinely. Can't the City post this area either No Parking or No parking longer than 48 hrs anything in the name of safety and security for our children? HELP
  • 3725 S 144th St Seattle, WA, 98168, USA - Tukwila
    There is drug participation in the Cascade View Park and across the street at bus stop in front of Saar's Supersaver Grocery Store. Drug paraphenalia and witnessing people shooting up with hypodermic needles at bus stop. Perhaps these areas should be patrolled more often. Citizens who use park don't want to witness this activity taking place. Let alone their children.
  • 5604 S 150th St Seattle, WA, 98188, USA - Tukwila
    Dumped junk truck in front of same house for 12 days. Needs to be towed immediately. Using street as junkyard. Plate C00069H. Chevy custom deluxe with junk canopy no grill and flat tire
  • 4275 S 137th St Tukwila 98168, United States - Tukwila
    Inoperable car as been abandoned for several days.
  • 12525 E Marginal Way S Seattle, WA, 98168, USA - Tukwila
    Multiple vehicles parked in the designated bike lane along E Marginal Way. Also parking on the sidewalk at same location.
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    11998 Interurban Ave S Tukwila, WA 98168, USA - Tukwila
    Camping ON bike trail, again.
    This is a danger to cyclists and sleeping occupant.
    T PD please respond today.
  • 4262 S 137th Pl Tukwila 98168, United States - Tukwila

    Another car is using this dead end street as a place to hide from sight (but not so out of sight) to loiter and engage in suspicious behaviors.

    The solution to this problem is clear: move the fence at the end of the street down the hill about 100 yards to the edge of the last driveway. This would eliminate the “hiding spot” aspect of the street, and greatly reduce illegal activities.

  • 40th Ln S Tukwila 98188, United States - Tukwila
    Showed up Thursday night and still there. People living inside.
  • 13716–13798 Macadam Rd S Tukwila 98168, United States - Tukwila
    White car
  • 4311 South 124th Street Tukwila, WA 98178, United States of America - Tukwila
    FYI - RV has been parked at the TCC for two days...
  • 13909-13947 53rd Ave S Seattle, WA, 98168, USA - Tukwila
    This is just one example of a complete lack of erosion and sediment control on the 53rd Avenue South Project. This specific case is in the parking lot of Joseph Foster Park. There is no sock on this drain, and nothing is being done to contain rain/silt within the project area/limits. The drains that do have socks and have not been changed frequently. The sediment is not only dumping into the river, but I question the integrity of a new system that is now likely filled with sediment. Furthermore, the stretch of 139th Street between 53rd and 51st is also a mess. This is where soil is being imported/exported by the contractor. There is a silt fence around the pile, but it's not doing anything. The lower park is being flooded with silty, soupy, mud. Maybe it was part of the TESC plan to allow this field to become a drain field, but I don't have those plans, and don't know what the permit allows. I find it hard to believe that the measures that are currently in place are within the City or State regulations for Stormwater Prevention on a construction site.
  • 14438 Military Rd S Seattle, WA, 98168, USA - Tukwila
    On 34th Ave S, east of this address, this camper has been stored on the public roadway for more than 3 days. It's stored in between roadway signs, just north of the "No Parking" sign adjacent to the propane station. Based on the location of several street signs this is certainly on the roadway.