yard debris and branches. on curb at edge property in front
This request has been received and submitted to the City agencies for review and appropriate action.
CITIZEN REPORTS ITEMS IN FRONT OF PROPERTY IN THE GUTTER AND MAY LOOK LIKE A PILE OF LEAVES, BUT ITEMS ARE UNDERNEATH
By STEWART, ROSALIND: 11/30/2015 7:29:21 AM
Limbs Logs Etc.
This ticket is closed in the City's Work Order system.
Over a month, pole in the back, laying on the ground
DPU Streetlights has received your request. Thank you.
This is a Dominion Virginia Power pole and must be removed by Dominion Virginia Power. Please contact Dominion at 866-366-4357 for the pole to be removed. This ticket is being closed since it is not property of the City of Richmond. Thank you.
Large pile of brush.
By ROBINSON, KARL D: 11/13/2015 10:40:18 AM
Old sinks, mattresses and other items on the side street to be removed asap
By ROBINSON, KARL D: 11/13/2015 11:09:10 AM
tree limbs in front of the home two piles in the home
By ROBINSON, KARL D: 11/13/2015 10:41:13 AM
Please pick up tree brush
By ROBINSON, KARL D: 11/13/2015 10:48:11 AM
There's a giant hole in the road here. It was bad enough to bend my hubcap when I went through it.
By WILLIAMS JR, JAMES: 11/12/2015 2:54:35 PM
Repairs has been completed at this location.
Queen Size mattress and box springs in the back of yard by trash cans
By STEWART, ROSALIND: 10/26/2015 2:06:28 PM
Major Water/Sewage Leak - greyish water flowing at a significant rate from this vicinity
Your concern has been received and was reported to the Department of Public Utilities/Emergency Dispatch so that proper inspection and handling can take place accordingly. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact customer care at 804-644-3000. We appreciate your communication that helps us in “Building The Best Richmond” together.
Needs pickup of tree branches; located in the front of the property
By STEWART, ROSALIND: 10/22/2015 5:52:34 AM
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