227 Tunnel Road Berkeley, CA 94705, USA
Homeless tent encampment on roadside in bushes and trees. On south side of tunnel road, traveling east, just before hwy 13/hiller ave intersection. Visible from road. Extreme fire hazard. Please remove ! Thank you.
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Poplar Street At Euclid Ave. Berkeley, CA
There is a huge cyprus tree next to the sidewalk on the south side of Poplar St., west of Euclid Avenue which is tilted causing a major cracking and rise in the sidewalk.
908 Regal Road Berkeley Ca 94708
Camphor tree root at 908 Regal Road raised sidewalk creating tripping hazard for pedestrians.
912 Regal Rd Berkeley, California
Camphor tree root raises asphalt in street at 912 Regal Road causes flooding at 912 & 908 Regal Road during moderate rains. site is contiguous with City of Berkeley easement at 912 Regal Road. Situation is much worse this fall. Remedy is needed before next rain.
911-915 Regal Rd Berkeley, California
At 912 Regal Road, Berkeley (Note: specific location is on City of Berkeley easemeny)asphalt raised by camphor tree @ 908 Regal creates high point forcing rain water flow onto driveway causing frequent flooding, increasing danger as asphalt continues to be forced up by tree route.
912 Regal Road Berkeley Ca 94708
Raised sidewalk creates hazard for pedestrians of being tripped at City of Berkeley easement at 912 Regal Road.
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Russell And Otis Berkeley, CA
The concrete planter in the middle of eastbound Russell St as it crosses Otis St was moved by the construction crew working on the new South Branch Library in order to get some large vehicles through, and the "No Outlet" sign and pole was removed from the middle of the planter at that time. It looks as though the planter has been moved again, but is not in its original location, and the sign and pole have now gone missing.
The missing sign means more car drivers are heading down this street thinking that it connects to Adeline, but in several cases I have seen truck os SUV drivers go right over the metal staple in the middle of the street at Milvia, and at least one small car driver go over it and get stuck.
Please replace the "No Outlet" sign and planter in its original location, and PLEASE make the contractors/construction crew pay for it, not the city!