The cleanup crew routinely stops at the corner of 14th St and Fowler without going west and finishing the maintenance up to Barnes St.
Good afternoon. Thank you for reporting your issue via See Click Fix. Midtown Alliance is a non-profit that is funded by the commercial properties in the Midtown Core. The boundary on 14th Street extends West and stops at Fowler Street. This is the reason why the maintenance crew does not continue to clean up to Barnes Street. I am sorry for any issue this may cause, however I do believe it would be beneficial to contact the City of Atlanta Department of Public Works to express your concern. If you would like to discuss this issue further please feel free to email me at Marvin@MidtownATL.com Thanks and have a wonderful day!
Thanks for fixing this issue!
Dangerous pole stump sticking out of sidewalk. Peachtree St, west side between North Ave and Ponce
This issue has been reported to the City of Atlanta, Department of Public Works. This stump is actually the remnant of I-75/85 sign that was damaged and removed. I have notified the City of the safety hazard and requested that new sign be placed where the stump is located. In the interim, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to ask me directly at Marvin@MidtownATL.com
We are pleased to report that the dangerous stump and sign replacement you brought to our attention has been remedied. Thank you for helping us keep Midtown clean, safe and beautiful.
Leak near hydrant
Water is running down the street into the storm sewer. At least a couple of gallons per minute.
It took about 2 weeks from reporting so it has been closed for a while now.
Must be a broken water pipe underground that is releasing water into the street. Sound like 10 gallons per minute or 14000 gallons per day.
Red bulb out
This issue has been resolved by the City of Atlanta. It was not necessary to fill out a Request for for the City.
Hole in Meter Cover - On Ponce between Peachtree and West Peachtree
This issue was reported by Midtown Alliance staff. Please note that the Midtown Alliance uses SeeClickFix to track and manage repair issues and, in many cases, will voluntarily address these issues to supplement City services. In other cases, we will coordinate with the City to accomplish these repairs.
This issue was resolved by the Department of Public Works in concert with the local utility company. A steel plate was installed shortly after the issue was reported. I confirmed this weekend that the utilities were relocated and the driveway was repaved.
Pedestrian signal knocked down in vehicle accident at the center media on Techwood at 14th St
We are pleased to report that the traffic signal issue you brought to our attention has been remedied. Thank you for helping us keep Midtown clean, safe and beautiful.
Streetlight knocked down in car accident
Metal Poles: Maintenance issues related to metal street light repair are the responsibility of the City of Atlanta Department of Public Works. We have alerted them and will continue to track the issue until it is resolved. We encourage you to follow-up directly as well by contacting a customer service representative at (404) 330-6240. Or you may send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to report a concern about the City’s public right-of-way.
Wooden Poles: Maintenance issues related to wooden street light repair are the responsibility of Georgia Power. We have alerted them and will continue to track the issue until it is resolved. We encourage you to follow-up directly as well by contacting Larry Hayes, Georgia Power: email@example.com, mobile: (404) 408-9249.
Again, thank you for bringing this issue to our attention.
We are pleased to report that the street light issue that you brought to our attention has been remedied. Thank you for helping us keep Midtown clean, safe and beautiful.
Remove graffiti from utility box mounted on side of building.
Thank you for your keen observation, Ms. Washburn. This graffiti was removed by the Midtown Clean and Green Team. Via See Click Fix, you have done your part to ensure that Midtown remains safe and beautiful. Thanks again!
The pedestrian signals for Piedmont crossing Ponce southbound are broken and flashing 0 instead of a time
This is fixed.
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