3 VotesFix it! Voted!2153 Caton Avenue Brooklyn, New York
This vacant property is a chronic site for overnight dumping. In addition the property owners fail to visit the property on a regular basis to clear dumped items or properly sweep sidewalk and gutter to 18 inches. The construction fence is deteriorating and 4x8 sheet wood panels obstruct the sidewalk at times when they fall off the frame.
Submitted a service request SR# C1-1-1016561251 on 9/24 only to be closed without correction. The box in the image was the basis of complaint and contrary to DSNY has not been cleared.
More item have since collected like the wood furniture and mattress. The image is from today.
SR #1-1-1016546321 (9/24) refers to the fence and was closed by DOB without correction.
To document chronic issue the following SR# refer to this property:
SR# 1-1-948445171 and other throughout 2013 and 2012 which are now unsearchable to me.
The green trash receptacle belonging to the neighboring laundry mat is part of the dumping problem. The area that it creates facilitates litter and garbage dumping along with public urination in broad daylight. Is it even legally placed there on a public sidewalk?
2144 Cortelyou Brooklyn, NY
There is regularly unbagged garbage and debris at this location on a daily basis. This has been a constant issue for over a year. At this point, there is broken glass, bulk garbage items, food remains, etc littering the area.
2217-2233 Caton Avenue Brooklyn/Kings, New York
Chronic issue with illegally street parked cars in marked "no parking zones”, some possessing handicap or city permits. This is not only disrupting bi-weekly street cleaning, but we are consistently finding these cars blocking access to our two driveways. We require 24 hour access to our driveways as they serve both residents and a busy medical office.
We under stand permits allow for parking during official business but the street and curbs often go without sweeping because cars will remain parked for days and even a week without moving. That does not seem to coincide with permitted use.
Other cars without permits place official orange envelopes under their wipers to make it appear the car has already been cited.
Please help get the area cleared of these vehicles on a regular basis so we may keep the properties clear of debris and maintain access to our driveways.
311 had been notified but the 70th precinct did not fully understand our complaint as a chronic issue. SR # 1-1-969376131
2274 Church Avenue Brooklyn/Kings, New York
A discarded couch and bagged garbage plus litter have accumulated under the sidewalk bridge of defunct PS 90. Condition has been reported to 311. SR # 1-1-952602311
39094 Rugby Rd Brooklyn, NY 11226, USA
Illegal trash situation. Every saturday and sunday over flowing trash container. Rats seen.
2233 Caton Avenue Brooklyn, NY
In Captain Oakley Jr. Square, across from the address listed in this complaint, neighborhood dog owners allow their animals to defecate in this square without picking up the feces afterwards. This small square is littered with feces everywhere. This issue has been persistant for years until Parks dept. erected a fence around the square in the summer of 2012. The fence was removed in December 2012 without reason. The conditions here are deplorable once again. Thank you.
776 Westminster Rd Brooklyn, NY
There are four cans on the corners of Coney Island and that are also attracting a lot of household garbage and should be removed like we did on Foster. I did notice workers(not Sanitation) tending to cans on Church ave removing garbage and putting in garbage bags. Any idea who funds this and whether it can be done on Coney Island Ave. Thanks Sue Bolles
E17th Street And Cortelyou Road Brooklyn, NY
In the past two days, two cars between Cortelyou Road and Dorchester Road on E.18th and E.17th had windows smashed with nothing stolen from the cars. In another related or unrelated incident, a car was stolen on E.17th between Cortelyou Road and Dorchester Road. We need more beat cops in this neighborhood walking on the residential streets, as children are starting to feel unsafe looking at broken glass and connecting the dots.
70 E. 18th St Brooklyn, NY 11226
The small triangle area of land behind the Church Ave entrance to the subway station is extremely littered and seems to not be receiving regular cleaning. This is a major eyesore.
Tot Lot Argyle Road brooklyn, NY
The neighborhood Tot Lot is starting to fill up with adults unaccompanied by children, which is a violation of city law. Additionally, since more adults have been in the Tot Lot, an area reserved for toddlers, other small children and their caregivers, there has been a major uptick in cigarette butts, glass bottles, and trash thrown everywhere. This is creating a very unsafe environment for small children. The Tot Lot should be swept and locked at night, as it was previously.