3 VotesFix it! Voted!1701 Spruce St Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
I have to dig my way through their trash to get to the sidewalk.
411 S. 22nd Street Philadelphia, PA
Yesterday the same 30-gallon trash bag, joined this morning by a fast food bag and a banana peel. The 'broken window' syndrome in action! HELP!!!
5 VotesFix it! Voted!5700 Stokes Street Off Of 600 Block Of Stafford Street Philadelphia, PA
illegal dumping that has persisted for many years.
Montrose Street Between 21st And 22nd Philadelphia, PA
There is a small "park" in the middle of the block which is always padlocked.. Someone must have a key because there has been loads of garbage dumped in the lot.. It is a huge eyesore! It is full of old couches, mattresses, random bags of garbage.. Something has to be done about this. It couldn't be more disgusting.
407-499 S 22nd St Philadelphia, PA
Update 2/2/13: the lane was cleared late fall '12. However it's due for another sweep already. The round seed pod debris is persistent and dangerous to bike tires. This should be a regular maintenance item. Thank you.
The portion of the 22nd St bike lane along the parking lot has been jammed up with tree debris for as long as I can remember (a year or more?). The bike lane also loses some width in this block, and combined with the junk in the lane it is dangerous and I have seen bikers swerve into the car travel lane to avoid it. Now the fallen tree debris is impeding even more on the bike lane and contrary to popular belief it is not washing away in the rain or composting itself into the pavement. I believe it should be the city's job to sweep or scrape up this debris to avoid a total bike lane takeover and lots of swerving bikes. Please.
1 VoteFix it! Voted!535 E Girard Ave Trash And Lumber In Front And Rear Yard Next To Playground. Phila, Pa
Reported from my mobile device
City Hall Philadelphia, PA
lots of dirt all around Dillworth plaza
2223 Snyder Ave. Apt. 2nd Fl. Philadelphia, PA
People in my South Philly neighborhood use the alley way in which my apartment is right next to it as a private bath room ,people urinate ,and also it's human feces in the alley way ,the smell is unbearable for me my wife and my son.I call Ms. Anna Verna office the staff member told me it's nothing they or the city can do about it. I live here i'm a tax payer i work every day then i have to smell that pea smell every day? it's the smell that get under my skin ,it's even worst on hot day's soon as i walk in to or out of my apartment the smell take me away people also dump trash or what ever else they can find to throw in the alley way i try to keep it clean by putting bleach water and i also try to keep it sweept ,and clean the best way that i can ,but the main problem is the people of Philadelphia they just don't care enough to respect any thing. The main problem it's a bar on the corner of 23rd & Snyder Ave. most of the problem come from the people that go to bar trash every where, no parking for people that do live in the neighborhood ,and they use the alley way as a private bath room. I've seen better days in Philadelphia when people use to take pride in cleaning up and taking care of there neighborhood not any more this city is nothing but a dumping ground people will walk past trash like it ain't nothing. All up ,and down Snyder Ave. is nothing but trash. People who leave trash in front of there business or home or what ever should be fined city council should pass a trash bill because the city is full to the top with trash.
7 VotesFix it! Voted!401-413 S 15th St Philadelphia, PA
15th st is a great place for dumping. Every week, trash day or not, there's mattresses and clothing strewn all over the sidewalk. Don't need it? Throw it on the sidewalk. This photo is called New Shoes, Old Shoes