5 VotesFix it! Voted!1712 West Norris Street Philadelphia, PA
Vacant lot - trash, construction debris
176 W. Master St Philadelphia, PA
This is a vacant lot in the middle of the block. It is overgrown with giant weeds and is a hiding place for rodents and possum. Trash is also dumped near the sidewalk which attracts more vermin.
2317 W. Turner Street Philadelphia, PA
2319 is an Abandoned Building Collapsing onto adjoining resident at 2317 W. Turner Street. The Senior Citizens living in 2317 are at imminent danger with the build up of mold and Structural corrosion.· Reported by Abandoned Collapsing Building 2319 Back with adjoining 2317 (Guest) · Share · Flag Flagged
W Berks St Philadelphia, PA
empty lot behind Tony's Way bar has abandonded truck, dead cats, feces, and trash in abandonded lot. Trash litter's the street from corner store and KAPA high school students
1702 West Norris Street Philadelphia, PA
Trash, construction debris, graffiti, trailer
1333-1463 N 33rd St Philadelphia, PA 19121, USA
In both the North and South bound bike lanes on 33rd St. north of Girard Ave. there is endless amounts of loose gravel, sand and broken glass making it almost impossible to ride. Some spots are so piled with debris your back wheel begins to slip out from under you, forcing you into the road on a somewhat tight curve that cars whip around. Is there any way to streetsweep
The street lights at the bridge over the train tracks on the same stretch of 33rd st. are also out making the tight curve more sketchy.
3014-3016 W. Dauphin Philadelphia, PA ( Abandon House ) & 3026 W. Dauphin St. -( Tiolet issue )
Abandon buildings with racoons living in buildings. Building falling in back of building. Dangerous, children can be hurt. Two schools within a block of this abandoned building. also a portable toilet six houses down that has been there for over five years. This is a health hazard.
April 7, 2013 -The sidewalk was cleaned up. The building is otherwise in the same deteriorated condition. The portable toilet still remains on the lot of 3026 W. Dauphin St.
April 25, 2013
The building still remains in the same condition. The raccoons enter thru the windows area that lead to the basement of the building and also from the rear of the building also.. The board that is suppose to cover an upstairs window on the front of the building is hanging from the window and could fall off. The portable toilet on the lot still remains at 3026 W. Dauphin St.
128 W Master St Philadelphia, PA
Private Developer Using vacant land/warehouse as a dump site for asbestos and other debris from other construction projects