Eldorado Heights

Open Issues: 350 Closed Issues: 34,979 Acknowledged Issues: 524
Watching issues created after: 2018-11-16

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  • 701-737 Eubank Blvd Ne Albuquerque, NM, 87123, USA - Albuquerque
    This is ridiculous!!! We the hard working taxpayers are continuously having to pay for this cleanup. Homeless camp just removed is now back with 6 shelters and another pile of trash!!! I live very close to this area and am tired of seeing these people trash this park and then just be removed for a day or two and allowed to come back with no consequences. There is help for them out there and shelters to go to. However if you’re a junkie they aren’t accepted and end up here at Los Altos doing whatever they please! Mayor Keller and City Council please step in and do something here!
  • 8400 Barstow St Ne Albuquerque, NM, 87122, USA - Albuquerque

    Barstow between Alameda and Paseo Del Norte has new road striping creating wonderful bike lanes for the kids to be able to ride to and from Desert Ridge safely. Unfortunately due to the new striping and the excessive number of cars that drop off and pick up from Desert Ridge, there needs to be a change in signage and protection/enforcement of the new striping.

    Currently, the north bound bike lane becomes completely filled with cars lining up to turn right onto Greenarbor before and after school. There was a sign that said “Right lane right turn only” for Greenarbor, but now there is only one traffic lane, which is why the cars move to the right into the bike lane, blocking access completely.

    Additionally, after school, Barstow north of Greenarbor fills up almost all the way to Alameda with parked cars in the bike lane waiting to pick up kids from the school. This creates a very unsafe situation where the bikes can’t ride in the bike lane and they can’t ride on the sidewalks due to walkers. If the bikes ride in the area to the left of the cars, then car doors can open unexpectedly or cars pull out once they pick up their child, putting the bikers at risk.

    If the city can add “Bike Lane only” painting to the road, and enforce the no parking on Barstow (signs are present) then hopefully that will help. Another option would be to put pylons or some other barricade to protect the bike lanes that would help keep the cars separate.

    APD was on site this morning assessing the situation and is working with Principal Saucedo. They have provided recommendations for solutions to improve traffic flow and safety. As a concerned parent, I am respectfully requesting this issue receive priority so our kids can safely use alternative modes of transportation to get to and from school.

    Thank you

  • Other Archived
    847–859 Eubank Blvd Ne Albuquerque 87112, United States - Albuquerque
    How do we clean up the park if Joy Junction comes to the park with a food truck and feeding the illegal campers (homeless)? I would think not bringing food to them and encouraging to not go to the shelters for food, help, etc.
  • Other Archived
    Dr Martin Luther King Jr Ave Ne Albuquerque, NM, USA - Spruce Park
    Please do a traffic study at MLK and Oak. There are constant near-crashes on the north side of the intersection because the eastbound traffic turning north, westbound traffic heading both west and north, westbound cyclists, and pedestrians all have a green at the same time. Eastbound traffic turning north is supposed to yield, but visibility of westbound traffic is not always great. Having a separate light cycle for east and west might help. Also, westbound traffic turning north piles up over the bike lane during rush hours, making it so cyclists have to weave around cars. Some design solutions to make this intersection safer would be appreciated.
  • Avalon Rd Nw & 63rd St Nw Albuquerque, NM 87105, USA - West Mesa
    The house on the corner of 63rd and Avalon NW are popping off fireworks in the middle blocking main traffic and won't move them for vehicles to pass.
  • Other Archived
    I-40 W Albuquerque 87112, United States - Albuquerque
    Homeless camp set up next to dog park. Trash all over the area.
  • Eubank Blvd Ne Albuquerque, NM, 87123, USA - Albuquerque
    Many camps that it's a trashy visual even from the freeway
  • Other Archived
    1401 Second St Nw Albuquerque 87102, United States - Wells Park
    A homeless village has set up in the alley that services my business. We can’t even get to the garage door right now. I’ve had to put kitty litter down inside my building to keep the urine from running under the door. Please have these people removed immediately so we can continue in business.
  • Other Archived
    801–819 Eubank Blvd Ne Albuquerque 87112, United States - Princess Jeanne
    Homeless camp
  • 8104 Sego Ct Nw Albuquerque, NM 87120, USA - Albuquerque
    Was never towed after 7 days like the notice said it would be.
  • Other Archived
    I-40 W Albuquerque 87110, United States - Albuquerque
    Homeless camp, send in the mayor to pay these people minimum wage and provide free transportation!
  • 2600 Pennsylvania St Ne Albuquerque, NM, 87110, USA - Sombra Del Monte
    I received a $30 parking ticket on April 30 at this location. The ticket says this side of the street is a bike lane. The only sign on that block indicating a bike lane is almost completely hidden by trees. The one pavement indicator is so faded as to be almost invisible. There were many cars parked on the street on that block and it looked like everyone one got a ticket. I talked to one other driver and they were VERY upset and felt like the city was just ripping people off with hidden signs and ticket writers waiting to pounce. I went to the same location the next day at the situation was the same...lots of cars parked on the street with most of them having a parking ticket on their windshield. I went ahead and paid the fine since I don't have time to go to the courthouse to protest and then go back again for a hearing. I feel like I've been ripped off by the city, along with everyone else who parked there not knowing it was a bike lane.