Passyunk Square

Open Issues: 99 Closed Issues: 329 Acknowledged Issues: 21
Watching issues created after: 2009-06-02

Passyunk Square

6th to Broad Streets and
Washington Avenue to Tasker Street

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  • 1300 Block Of Washington Ave Philadelphia, PA - Passyunk Square

    #94056 has been archived but the problem has not gone away.

    Please FIX this problem -- don't just archive it. This is unsafe for bicyclists - and the store is using the public right-of-way and putting bicyclists in the way of high-speed motorists.

  • Washington Ave Philadelphia, PA - Passyunk Square
    From 9th to Broad Street is a trash pit. I guess the business owners dont care. I will take my dollars elsewhere until it is cleaned up.
  • 827 Wharton Philadelphia, PA - Passyunk Square
    The second floor window has broken on this house and shards of glass are everywhere in front of the house on the sidewalk and steps.
  • 1100 South 11th Street Philadelphia, PA - Passyunk Square
    The restaurants that use the dumpsters on 11th Street between Washington and Ellsworth - across from the 7-11 - leave the doors to the dumpsters open, and allow trash water and/or cleaning supplies to just drain into the street drain. It's gross, smelly and also dangerously slippery on the sidewalk.
  • 8th And Manton Philadelphia, PA - Passyunk Square

    On the southeast corner of 8th and Manton, a condemned house was recently demolished. Woohoo!

    But now, the dirt lot is being used for parking. Boo! This is not only creating a mess -- mud and dirt all over the street and sidewalk -- but also creating a hazard to pedestrians and an eyesore to neighbors.

    I'm not positive, but I'm pretty sure there is a permitting process that has to happen to turn a zoned residential property into a parking lot.

    Further, I think there are some regulations about keeping empty lots fenced off.

    So, this is a ZBA issue, an L&I issue, and a PPA issue.

    I know I know, parking in South Philly, enforcement, blah blah blah. At least it's on record now.

  • Corner Of 7th And Reed Streets Philadelphia, PA - Passyunk Square
    Reported from my mobile device
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  • 700 Federal Street Philadelphia, PA - Passyunk Square
    Another mess...
  • 1336 S 8th St Philadelphia, PA - Passyunk Square
    Vacant commercial building has offensive graffiti on doors and windows and plywood/trash in windows and trash collects outside.
  • 606 Washington Ave Philadelphia, PA - Passyunk Square
    Dumpsters right on southwest corner of 6th & Wharton ALWAYS overflowing, never kept in their enclosure with doors closed, smells, litter everywhere. The Asian shopping mall owners always get cited, clean up for a day or two and then it's terrible again!
  • Wharton St Philadelphia, PA - Passyunk Square

    There is a house on the North side of Wharton street, one lot East of 9th that has been abandoned for years.

    The weeds in front of the house are about 2 feet high. The weeds and the stairway are a dumping ground for garbage mainly from customers of Pat's & Genos. It's utterly disgusting to have something like this right next to a major tourist draw.

    Recently windows have been broken and then boarded up. Rats are being attracted to the mess out side and are routinely seen running out from the stairway.

  • 1100 Washington Avenue Philadelphia, PA - Passyunk Square
    The Red Lounge (2nd floor of mini-mall at 11th and Washington) opened last weekend Nov 25 and there has been excessive noise (loud music with heavy bass) until 2-3am in the morning on both Friday and Saturday nights. I live a block away and can hear the reverberating bass clearly as I try to get to sleep.Called the police but the noise has not abated. Need to lessen the bass.
  • 1155 S. 8th Street Philadelphia, PA - Passyunk Square
    This property is on the corner of 8th and Federal Streets. This property is very large with a garage and could be a wonderful addition to the neighborhood if it were not vacant. This house too is in violation of the doors and windows law. It is a frequent target of graffiti, loitering, and trash.