9507 Hemlock Dr Se Huntsville, AL, 35803, USA - Huntsville
I posted this request over a week ago. Many vehicles used my side lawn to turn around or park on, while resurfacing Hemlock Drive. My side lawn is now full of tire tracks and places that now have nothing but exposed soil. Someone did come out...nothing has been done as of today, 22 Feb 2019. Please come repair. No one should have to deal with this kind of treatment of their lawn...so a street can be resurfaced.
7711 Logan Dr Sw Huntsville, AL, 35802, USA - Huntsville
Residence has boat in driveway . Truck parks behind boat . Drivers at stop sign on Lauderdale can’t see oncoming traffic from Logan West headed East . This pic doesn’t demonstrate it but just shows location .
This was never an issue until the boat showed up at residence . Just fearful for elderly or young drivers . Thank you !
3501–3599 Ivy Ave Sw Huntsville 35805, United States - Huntsville
With the beautiful new city turf fields, patrons of Merrimack that have experienced field closures due to wet conditions for years were excited to have a field use option for soccer and other sports coming to town for those many Spring and Fall nights when practice is cancelled due to wet fields. We were finally going to be like Birmingham and Nashville and Atlanta and have a place to practice even if it rained that day! It is disappointing to learn that the organizations in town that pay approximately a $60 per player fee each season to the city for field use do not have use of these new fields for practice during Merrimack field closures. The new city fields are an extra charge to organizations that already pay thousands in city field use fees! Why build these new awesome fields and facilities if our residents and programs can’t use them when needed and instead the turf fields will sit empty on a rainy day? I wish the city would reconsider having the new turf fields as a part of city field usage, especially if the fields are empty (not paid for or reserved by a group) and the city closes all city grass fields due to wet conditions.
I thought I would bring up the fact that the roads within West Ridge Subdivision are atrocious, and this isn't my first complaint on this matter. I was hoping with Indian Creek being paved maybe we were inline. What does it take to get the roads fixed and not patched, we have enough of those.
801 Watts Dr Se Huntsville, AL, 35801, USA - Huntsville
The yard at this address has become so overgrown that you can no longer see down the street when you attempt to drive from tel fair to watts, you have to pull halfway out in the street before you can see down the road to check for oncoming traffic. It is very dangerous for vehicles driving on that corner.