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3 VotesFix it! Voted!Lowell Connector Lowell, Massachusetts
When driving on the Lowell Connector and approaching exit 5B, the bridge you go over has raised pavement on the right side. When driving over these sections, the right side of the vehicle bounces. This particular section has been getting worse over a couple of months. Please do necessary repairs.
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8 VotesFix it! Voted!13 Corrigan Ave Lowell, MA
My husband is disabled with a failed spinal fusion and cannot do this storm. I myself have two bad knees and a hip with severe arthritis. I can do some, but definitely not all, especially with multiple feet expected. Would very much appreciate some help and cannot offer money, but coffee, tea, or cocoa. Small driveway.
375 Merrimack Street Lowell, Massachusetts
When this site is no longer used as the notice said we should use the egov service but the notice never gave the link for that so here is the link for anyone who is looking for it.
6 VotesFix it! Voted!555-583 Pawtucket Street Lowell, Massachusetts
This is a major crossing area for lots of UML students who walk to and from South Campus. I don't know that the crosswalk can even be seen by motorists. Can this be repainted, pleases? And there's another almost-gone crosswalk in front of Orchard Hill Ice Cream.
I know there's a big move downtown to improve crossing signals, and I really appreciate it. But lots of crosswalks in Lowell are faded, and it seems a paint-job would be easier to do more quickly. I
586-752 Pawtucket Street Lowell, Massachusetts
This is another crossing area for lots of UML students who walk to and from South Campus. It is on Pawtucket at the bottom of the stairs behind Durgin Hall. This crosswalk is worse than the two at Wilder and by Orchard Hill Ice Cream.
Please! Repaint these!
10 VotesFix it! Voted!45 Palmer St Lowell, Massachusetts
The pedestrian crosswalk outside brewed awakening desperately need lights as you are unable to see pedestrians crossing at night
423-499 Pawtucket Street Lowell, Massachusetts
Pedestrians must navigate these holes. An elderly man with some vision impairment and a cane fell down last week because of this hole. Also, the caving in of the sidewalk by the fence is bad, and leaves only a narrow strip of actually flat ground to walk over. It has been like this for at least a couple of years, but probably longer.
Chelmsford Street Lowell, Massachusetts
There are now many houses on Chelmsford Street which have whole yards paved. When is this going top end. The upper highlands in the City of Lowell is turning into cement city. It is ugly and illegal but the Zoning Board and Development Services do nothing but sit back in their offices at City Hall. I pay taxes in this city to live in a residential neighborhood not Cement City!!!!