42nd St & Rich St Oakland, CA, 94609, USA - Temescal
There are sidewalk ramps for pedestrians to cross both Rich Street and 42nd Street at the Rich/42nd St. intersection and pedestrians frequently cross in both directions, but there are no crosswalks. Since the street has just been repaved at the locations of both crossings (Rich Street and 42nd Street), and since the City will be adding the crosswalks to other locations along 42nd Street, it seems an ideal time to add crosswalks at these crossing, thereby improving the safety of the many pedestrians who cross at those locations.
They’re Back! This has grown and is on the block that the original 60+ tent encampment was. This needs to be cleared.
One at first, then two...it needs to be addressed while it is still small.
They had garbage and pallets blocking roadway -super dangerous when coming off freeway around corner
5439 Claremont Ave Oakland 94618, United States - Shafter
Encampment growing larger, debris and junk everywhere blocking the sidewalk so disabled cannot get through. They are attaching things to the historic mural and ruining it. They have refused shelter from the city, they have no right to block this area, time to get them out.
Why rent when you can live in a tent! - expanding number of tents - new rotting material daily. Pine knoll dump is now open - My front door is 10 feet from this awful scene, my favorite part is when they crap next to the big trees in the morning. Thank you Oakland - I just moved from Washington and now I know - get a tent and never rent - more rights, better address, and you can own a public park. Perhaps this is where trash should be left from here on out, why pay for services when I have a full dump ten feet in front if my door. It is not public space when it is polluted, defecated in and utterly disgusting from broken glass, rotting meals, and molding trash. If the city was opening a new public dump the citizens should have been asked first. Well done Oakland - well done
I’ve seen two guys and a pit bull sleeping in the main building at Morcom. First day they packed up everything and moved it out. Two days later they are storing items behind the building. I saw feces and toilet paper there too. I told them to move on this morning when I saw him smoking. After I confronted him, he finally moved after storing his stuff behind the building. If you confront them they might move. Be strong. Parks employees will do nothing. I filed a 311. Morcom is a gem, let’s keep it that way.