Open Issues: 9 Closed Issues: 5,920 Acknowledged Issues: 5,002
Watching issues created after: 2017-11-08

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  • Drainage Acknowledged
    6003 Hamman St Houston 77007, United States - Rice Military
    Ditches do NOT drain the water! Proper storm sewers need to be installed, current infrastructure is insufficient. Water is inside my home. This happens very often even under minimal rain. Please. Please stop making our homes flood. Please finally fix this issue at our intersection! We have all reported it countless numbers of times and even appeared on the news several times. Please finally fix this. It’s been long enough of this simple fix being avoided.
  • City Engineer Acknowledged
    6003 Hamman St Houston 77007, United States - Rice Military
    The ditches constantly overflow and flood our homes at this intersection. The city has acknowledged there is poor infrastructure but has not done anything to remedy our constant flooding during minimal rain. We have reported this constant issue innumerable amounts of times with not attempt to remedy water entering our homes from the lack of water flow in the drains.
  • Flooding Acknowledged
    6003 Hamman St Houston 77007, United States - Rice Military
    Street constantly floods due to poor infrastructure. Drainage ditches in front of home do not connect to ditch across the street and causes a backup of water and flooding of homes at this intersection. Water currently inside home. This is constant even with minimal rain. I have repeatedly report on here and to news stations and the city still has yet to acknowledge and fix the constant unnecessary flooding here!
  • Flooding Acknowledged
    1220 Malone St Houston, TX 77007, USA - Rice Military
    Any significant amount of rain causes serious flooding at the intersection of Malone and Schuler. Road/drainage not graded properly, and water doesn't flow to the proper drainage ditches. This causes this intersection to flood more than some of the others in the immediate vicinity.
  • EXTREME FLOODING Acknowledged
    1603 Cohn Street Houston, Texas - Rice Military
    Extreme flooding due to poor, outdated drainage system. Issue needs to be fixed by the city ASAP.
  • Street Hazard Archived
    33-47 Sunset Blvd Houston, TX, 77005, USA - Rice
    Large metal plate in street on Sunset Blvd, near Brown College at Rice University. Not bolted to the ground, no signs of construction anywhere. It makes a very loud rattling/clanking noise every time a car goes over it. The noise is interfering with studying, sleep, etc and lowers quality of life for the residents nearby. Please bolt it down or remove it.
  • Flooding Acknowledged
    6001 Tyne St Houston, TX 77007, USA - Rice Military
    Water quickly rose and went into multiple houses. This is the third time in 4 years my house has flooded. There is a serious drainage problem in this area that COH has admitted to in previous discussions with COH but nothing has been done yet.
  • 1432 Utah Street Houston, Texas - Rice Military
    All water flows to intersection of Utah and Maxie, need better drainage!
  • Flooding Acknowledged
    1407 Malone St Houston, TX 77007, USA - Rice Military
    The storm sewer at Maxie and Malone is blocked with debri. It needs to be cleaned and other things need to be put in place to keep the flooding from happening.
  • 1503 Stuart St Houston, TX, 77004, USA - Midtown
    I recently moved into a home on La Branch Street. This structure is present at the corner of Stuart and La Branch. It is an eyesore, a hazardous property, has already caught fire, and harbors vagrants and criminal activity. I have already had a criminal issue with someone who entered this property. Please take steps to have this property demolished or rebuilt.
  • Illegal Dumping Acknowledged
    4402-4408 Austin St Houston, TX 77004, USA - Medical
    A mountain of drywall and sheet metal. Two broken down backhoes. Deep standing water
  • Drainage Acknowledged
    6001 Hamman Street Houston, TX 77007, United States of America - Rice Military
    There are no storm sewer drains west of my cross street and the area normals rains flow to my house and a handful of my neighbors. Our homes very often flood in an area that does not flood, due to poor design and lack of storm sewers. The closest one is blocks away and is too small to carry the amount of water since development has increased in the area. My neighbors and I are tired of constantly having our garages covered in water and would like to not have to freak out and rush home every time we hear the word rain. The opposite end of our block does not get water above the street level. The opposite side of our intersection does not have ditches that fill with water. There is a very major poor design issue at this intersection that needs to be immediately addressed so myself and my sweet unlucky neighbors can stop consistently flooding! I have several more photos from various dates. Please contact me, do not dismiss this, I have reported it several times, just to be told there's not an issue yet I continue to keep flooding on normal rainy days. Yes, there is an issue.