Mordecai CAC Community

Open Issues: 39 Closed Issues: 972 Acknowledged Issues: 74
Watching issues created after: 2010-07-13

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  • 300-306 Pace Street Raleigh, North Carolina - Blount Corridor
    A bike rack or two in the Person St. area would be great!
  • Other Open
    800 N Blount St Raleigh, NC 27604, USA - Blount Corridor
    Vehicles regularly ignore pedestrian crossing. Signage for cars and pedestrians needs to be more clear. Very dangerous for pedestrians with cars speeding around the corner and rarely breaking for pedestrians (who technically have the right of way).
  • 616 N Person St Raleigh, NC - Blount Corridor
    There are no bike racks along this section of Person Street. If no racks are provided, people will park on poles and trees, sometimes damaging them. I was informed that there is an issue in providing bicycle racks along the corridor because NCDOT has been a barrier. Although this may just be a rumor, bicycle racks are still needed in this corridor (now) and should be included in any future plans!
  • 735-799 Holden St Raleigh, NC - Mordecai

    Where Holden Street meets Brookside Drive, there is a section of overgrowth that is not ideal. Garbage, vines, weeds, dirty signs, and erosion combine at the entrance to our neighborhood. We are also noticing this is a location for loitering at night due to low lighting and low visibility. With a little bit of planning and cooperation with neighbors and the city of Raleigh, we can transform this plot into a beautiful entrance to Oakdale.

    We need the City of Raleigh's help with the following, please:

    - Schedule time with a Parks and Rec Tree representative to instruct on what volunteers are allowed to do with regards to trimming brush, vines and trees along the right-of-way. (Yes, we already have permission from the property owner) Also, instruct us on what plants such as bushes, trees, perennials to plant.

    - Who can work with us to have mulch delivered, so volunteers can spread it along the right-of-way.

    Project website and other volunteer tasks: https://trianglewiki.org/Holden_Street_Project

  • Chestnut St Raleigh, NC - Blount Corridor

    A pedestrian crossing is needed for crossing Wake Forest Road at Chestnut Street. There are lots of people who need to cross Wake Forest here - families walking to Conn Elementary, pedestrians walking to the bus stop, the post office letter carrier. There is a lot of traffic on Wake Forest, and I have seen people crossing at this spot in dangerous situations at all times of the day. It is just a matter of time before someone gets hit by a speeding car.

    I'd like for the city to add a button-activated crosswalk with a stoplight at the Wake Forest/Chestnut intersection.

  • Other Open
    405 West Peace Street Raleigh, North Carolina - Mordecai
    While the road is under construction, the pedestrian path crosses the capital boulevard exit and entrance ramp. There are no markings for pedestrians and no suggestions to the drivers to look for people on foot. Many, many people (including students) walk this way every single day and it is not clear or safe. A stop sign instead of a yield sign would be a nice first step. But also a watch or yield for pedestrians sign should be installed.
  • 604 North Blount Street Raleigh, North Carolina - Blount Corridor
    Pothole at the northwest corner of N Blount Street and E Peace Street. Especially treacherous when making a right turn from Blount onto Peace.
  • 1635 Wake Forest Rd Raleigh, NC 27604, USA - Mordecai
    Pedestrian sidewalk needed to connect to Wake Forest Rd.
  • 251-293 West Peace Street Raleigh, NC 27603, USA - Mordecai
    20' drop. Grate missing. Even worse now.. This is the hole where my 2 year old almost walked into months ago. Called 911, they pretty much said not an emergency. This has been reported multiple times now.
  • Pothole Archived
    Capital Blvd & Us-70 & Wade Ave Raleigh, NC 27603, USA - Mordecai
  • 614 Frank St Raleigh, NC 27604, USA - Mordecai

    Neighbors have expressed interest in having some place to sit while their kids play here. I know benches are expensive, but would the city perhaps be able to spare a few 2' or 3' tall boulders until benches could be budgeted and bought?

    Thanks!

  • Holden Street Raleigh, North Carolina - Mordecai
    Street light is out at the bottom of the 700 block of Holden Street