Allendale Terrace Neighborhood Association Crime Watch

Open Issues: 1 Closed Issues: 122 Acknowledged Issues: 12
Watching issues created after: 2018-07-09

Notified About

  • P&R Tree Trim Archived
    801 38th Avenue North Saint Petersburg, Florida - Allendale Terrace Neighborhood Association Crime Watch
    Citizen called to report bush blocking the view turning onto 38th Ave. N. from 8th Street, it is dangerous
  • 901 38th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33704, USA - Allendale Terrace Neighborhood Association Crime Watch
    On the north east corner there has been an orange 5 gallon bucket of trash for about 6 months.
  • Traffic Issue Archived
    755 41st Ave N Saint Petersburg, FL, 33703, USA - Allendale Terrace Neighborhood Association Crime Watch
    No one stops at this stop sign . People fly right through this old brick road. This is a residential neighborhood, put speed limits road bumps, something.
  • NT - Request Archived
    ON 38 AVE N EAST OF MLK ST N. PLEASE REPLACE THE MISSING LARGE 35 MPH SIGN FOR EASTBOUND DIRECTION
  • 3801 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N Saint Petersburg 33703, United States - Allendale Terrace Neighborhood Association Crime Watch
    broken window on curb
  • 3717 8th St. N. St. Petersburg, FL - Allendale Terrace Neighborhood Association Crime Watch
    Water is bubbling up between the bricks in the street and pooling for days. Our irrigation guy says that it’s a leak on the city’s end and needs to be fixed soon.
  • Codes Compliance Acknowledged
    810 35th Ave N Saint Petersburg, FL, 33704, USA - Allendale Terrace Neighborhood Association Crime Watch
    CONSTANT DAILY YARD PARKING!!!!! Ample street parking available. Taralon site manager is not using truck for anything other than mobile office. Daily pictures and video can be provided.
  • 810 35th Ave N Saint Petersburg, FL, 33704, USA - Allendale Terrace Neighborhood Association Crime Watch

    Here is a picture of the Taralon 810 property with a toilet on it. The toilet is placed in the right of way and sitting right near a public hex block sidewalk. Taralon’s other property at 848 has already displaced the sidewalk and has an existing toilet within 100 feet of the 810 site for use. Taralon owns all four lots on the former 810 site- including one lot with access from 34th Ave that offers privacy and wont block sidewalk access. There are better less public places to put this toilet as they build one house? From my reading of the code, Taralon could find a place for the toilet without using a right of way with protected hex blocks and can place the portable toilet in a less visible place one of the four private property lots they own.

    CODE: Facilities must be located on private property as far as reasonably possible from any residential uses.

    Thank you,

    Anne Dowling

    Sec. 8-6. Construction Site Maintenance. (a) Construction sites which are less than one (1) acre are required to comply with the following minimum standards related to maintenance which include, but are not limited to, erosion control, trash and construction debris containment, right-of-way protection, material storage, protection and maintenance of vegetation, and providing for location of sanitary facilities. A construction site shall be any property for which a permit has been issued pursuant to the Florida Building Code, as amended. The Building Official may require the contractor of record to include a written plan showing how these standards will be met. (1) Erosion Control – Any construction site excavating, adding, removing or relocating dirt or soil shall include with the permit application a copy of an approved stormwater drainage plan and method for retaining soil, vegetation or silt on site and include a method of stabilization of disturbed areas subsequent to construction. Projects located in a flood zone may be prohibited from adding fill to the site (see Chapter 16, Damage Prevention). It shall be unlawful to permit soil, vegetation, silt or trash to collect outside the lot lines of a construction site. 2. Trash and Construction Debris – All outdoor trash/debris shall be stored in an approved manner. The City encourages the recycling of materials and supports “Green Build” initiatives (See Chapter 12, Fees) on all construction projects. Trash containers may be available through the City’s sanitation department after payment of the required fees. Private containers and dump trucks/trailers maybe used on a construction site if properly registered with the Department of Motor Vehicles. Signage showing such registration shall be affixed to the exterior of the containers and/or dump trucks/trailers. Other methods of containment may be approved by the Building Official. Human trash generated from food, drink, etc. shall be in a timely manner disposed of in an approved trash receptacle. It shall be unlawful to bury any construction debris, trash or vegetation on a construction site. 907-G Page 5 3. Right-Of-Way Protection – Prior to any excavation, all construction sites shall identify all public utilities on site and in any right-of-way abutting the site and the area to be used to access the construction site prior to any excavation. Existing sidewalks, curbs and roadways shall be protected from damage by vehicles and construction equipment and any damage thereto shall be repaired prior to issuance of a certificate of occupancy. Equipment and vehicles are prohibited from parking over public utilities located in any part of the right-of-way which is not paved unless appropriate measures are taken to protect the utilities which are approved by the POD. Historic granite curbs and hex-block sidewalk pavers shall be preserved and protected: any damage caused by construction shall be repaved prior to a certificate of occupancy being issued. All public sidewalks shall remain accessible whenever possible. 4. Material Storage – All construction related materials shall be stored on the construction site. Prior to storage of materials on other private properties the property owner must provide to the Building Official (a) a letter approving the materials to be stored and identifying the expiration date of approval for storage and (b) any contract or storage agreement. Upon approval by the Building Official, storage sites shall be subject to the same minimum maintenance requirements of the construction site. The Building Official may permit storage on the right-of-way after receipt of written approval from the POD (presently the Engineering Department). All construction sites with outdoor storage shall include a disaster mitigation action plan, approved by the Building Official, for securing building and job site materials. 5. Sanitary Facilities – A minimum of one (1) restroom facility shall be located on all construction sites. The facility must be an approved portable toilet, construction trailer restroom or permanent facility located within one hundred (100) feet of the construction site. Construction sites may share facilities as long as the facility is within one hundred (100) feet of each construction site. Facilities must be located on private property as far as reasonably possible from any residential uses.

  • 3831 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N Saint Petersburg, FL, 33703, USA - Allendale Terrace Neighborhood Association Crime Watch
    Litter covers the ground at this stop. There is no trash receptacle in the vicinity.
  • Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N & Jennings Ave N Saint Petersburg, FL, 33704, USA - Allendale Terrace Neighborhood Association Crime Watch
    Pot hole, right lane North bound. Large impression in road.
  • Codes Compliance Acknowledged
    3741 Foster Hill Dr N St. Petersburg, FL 33704, USA - Allendale Terrace Neighborhood Association Crime Watch
    extension ladder has been propped against the 38th Ave side of the house for weeks, strapped to the front door and reaching to second floor. one good wind will put it into 38th Ave
  • 735 41st Ave N Saint Petersburg 33703, United States - Allendale Terrace Neighborhood Association Crime Watch
    Trash not picked up here or next door.