3110-3198 Pueblo Hawikuh Santa Fe, NM 87507, USA
Several people speed through the stop signs at Pueblo Jacona and Pueblo Hawikuh on a regular basis. This is a blind curve and a serious safety hazard.
55-65 Governor Miles Rd Santa Fe, NM 87507, USA
Every single day when I approach the stop sign at Camino Carlos Rey and Governor Miles Rd, there are drivers coming east on Gov Miles, turning left onto Cam Carlos Rey who are RUNNING THE STOP SIGN. They are NOT even slowing down and many of them do not see it. It has happened at LEAST 8 or 9 times just in the last week or two. And it is usually young people.
Cerillos/St. Francis Intersection
The reason why everyone is confused about where to stop their cars in this intersection is simple!
You stop your car where the red light is! When the city moved back the stopping area because of the Railrunner, they never moved the red lights! They are way out in the middle of the intersection, far from where the signs say to stop.
When I see a light turn red, I stop at the light. But here, you have to stop a full 50-60 feet BEFORE the light! No wonder people are confused.
City of Santa Fe: Please FINISH the job of updating tis intersection and MOVE THE LIGHTS TO WHERE YOU WANT THE CARS TO STOP! Then you won't even need all those extra signs and painted white stripes.
1320 Luisa St Santa Fe, NM 87505, USA
The intersection of Buena Vista and Don Cubero is an accident waiting to happen. It needs the attention of the city engineer. The single stop sign located there was put in before Don Cubero was extended as a dirt road on the other side of Buena Vista. Cars take that corner at top speed without realizing the intersecting traffic doesn't have a stop sign. In winter, it's especially dangerous due to a depression that collects water and ice. There's no way to stop then. Please reevaluate signage at this corner.
1313 Lejano Ct Santa Fe, NM 87501, USA
A couple weeks ago, the fire department was dispached to my residence on Thunder Ridge via Lejano Court. I was driving back home (monitoring station informed me the fire engines were coming) & I had the opportunity to observe them experiencing difficulty locating Lejano Court because the street sign cannot be seen when driving South on Calle Lejano to Lejano Court . The only way the signage is visible is coming in from Lejano Lane. This is a dangerous situation--it took them an extra 8 minutes to get to my house--not acceptable. Please help!
162-174 W Alameda St Santa Fe, NM 87501, USA
The stop sign at Galisteo and Alameda (north bound) is hard to see; especially after the bridge was re-done. A lot of people blow through the intersection without knowing there is an all-way stop. Very dangerous! I suggest a larger stop sign. Thanks.
810 East Zia Road Santa Fe, NM 87505, USA
For years we have corresponded with our councilors, the mayor, police dept, and city offices regarding speeding and overweight through-truck traffic on E Zia Rd, to basically no avail. The speeding continues through the blind curves near Acoma & E Zia intersection unabated. There is very rarely to never, speed limit enforcement between Acoma and Old Santa Fe Trail. E Zia has continuously been denied any form “traffic calming” through almost any excuse one can imagine while new instances of same have appeared on every type of street and throughout the city in other neighborhoods too numerous to mention! Each end of E Zia Rd (Old Pecos Trail & Old Santa Fe Trail) exhibits signs specifically prohibiting through-truck traffic of vehicles over 5 tons, yet every day there is a continuous parade of such vehicles accessing business and construction sites nowhere even near within this neighborhood. It’s well and truly past time for some type of action on these dangerous and quality of life issues for this RESIDENTIAL neighborhood.!
2600-2900 Camino Del Bosque
ATVs, dirt bikes and small motorcycles are racing up and down the Arroyo Chamiso trails, the arroyo and the paved trail, endangering other users and causing severe environmental damage. We need more signs posted prohibting these vehicles and police officers on bicycles to patrol the area on a regular basis. More police presence on the AC trail would also help prevent other neighborhood crimes.
1201 Madrid Road Santa Fe, NM
Just a note to report that the street signs at the corner of Madrid Road and Barcelona Street has, apparently, been stolen sometime in the past month or so.
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Paseo Del Sol WEST and PLAZA CENTRAL...too many speeders. I walk my dogs daily, and DAILY I encounter a reckless driver who speeds and DOES NOT stop at stop signs.
Also, several ppl do not follow the round-about rule, they are lazy and just take an immediate left or right, instead of going around it!
Also, Paseo Del Sol West is not a public trash can. TOO many ppl littering.
613-615 Jiron St Santa Fe, NM 87505, USA
this property has a 2 bedroom apartment with an in-law unit.
the owners are investors.
City Law states the owner must live in one unit.
the For rent sign on the Telephone Pole Lists 2 Apartments for Rent.One is Already Rentd.
There is Parking for 1 car.
the Curb was Ground Down over a Weekend to widen the Driveway.
Hello! Planning and Zoning?
Manhattan And Galisteo Santa Fe, NM
Drivers on Manhattan have stop sign but
those on Galisteo don't. Galisteo drivers
speed thru fast and can't be properly seen
by drivers who have stopped and proceed.
LOTS of close calls there.
4701 Via Verde Ct Santa Fe, NM 87507, USA
Someone took the stop sign from the Villa Verde/Jaguar Drive intersection and dumped it by a two story house on the corner of Villa Verde/Solecito way. They had the time I unbolt the sign and stand pole but couldn't leave the neighborhood with it. It needs to be replaced, lots of youth in the area.
5 VotesFix it! Voted!727c Viento Circle Santa Fe 87501
January 1, 2013 Update:
Although the city previously fenced and locked entries to the NWQ at the Park&Ride lot behind the Spa on Calle Mejia and off of Ridgetop Road, these entrance gates have been vandalized. The gate is wide open behind the Spa. The chain on the gate off of Ridgetop Road has been cut. Joy-riding 4-wheelers continue to erode the hills and kill vegetation. The user-created trails are getting bigger and bigger.
The city needs check on these gates regularly, and maintain them. Why is the city so negligent about this valuable piece of land?
Recently the city has gated and locked two illegal access points – behind the Spa and on Ridge Top Road. Thanks! But there are breaches in the fence to the west off Los Montoyas. SUVs and OHVs are still tearing up the area and tossing party trash.
Regular police patrols are needed.
Four males in a SUV shot at my daughter, son-in-law and me while we were walking in the Northwest Quadrant just above the Viento del Norte condos on Saturday June 17 at 7pm. We had observed them breaching the fence at the commuter parking lot behind the Santa Fe Spa and driving up the eroded hillside. They then drove towards us on a footpath just above the condo complex on a narrow ridge. So I (a 65-year-old white-haired woman) went to the driver's window and let the driver know that there was no outlet below and that the path has never been a vehicular route. I used the mild nonthreatening manner I learned in U.S. Forest Service visitor contact training. The driver said he would turn around, but his front passenger was belligerent, saying that they'd been "coming here for years." They proceeded down the ridge until they reached retaining walls that drop off into the condo property. They turned around with spinning wheels, and as they again approached us, we heard a gunshot. The three of us took cover in the adjacent arroyo and sprinted back to our condo complex, where we reported the incident to the police nonemergency number.
The City of Santa Fe is ignoring dangerous conditions in the city-owned Northwest Quadrant and endangering citizens with its negligence. This area is bordered on the southeast by Calle Mejia, Alamo Drive and Camino de las Crucitas; and on the northwest by NM 599 Relief Route. The city has half-heartedly fenced off vehicular access to the NWQ, but fails to maintain these fences from incursions and fails to patrol the area with police officers. As a result, the area is wide open to illegal activities. Inebriated and/or high joy riders daily access the area with SUVs, ATVs and dirt bikes, destroying vegetation, creating massive hillside erosion visible from St. Francis, and trashing the area. Squatters maintain camps up there year round, creating significant sanitation issues. In May 2007, a suspected serial rapist likely accessed his Casa Solana victim and escaped via this area. The area hosts drug dealing, driving under the influence, fireworks in drought conditions, and numerous other illegal activities. On occasion these illicit users have conflicts, and gunshots are heard regularly. Fireworks, huge party bonfires and squatter campfires threaten the surrounding residential areas and businesses with potential wildfires.
Meanwhile, many neighborhood citizens use this vacant city land for recreation, while the NW Quadrant housing development plans go through the public process. Even vacant land must be managed and supervised, especially in such close proximity to this densely populated city's center. The City of Santa Fe's neglect of this dangerous situation is a betrayal of the public trust and the city is exposing itself to significant liability.
The Northwest Quadrant deserves law enforcement just as much as the Plaza. The city must effectively fence out vehicles and enforce the law in the NWQ. Must we wait until someone is killed to fix this mess?
Santa Fe, NM
A sign indicates that the right lane is for exiting only (onto Siler). However recent construction has altered Cerillos beyond Siler, allowing vehicles to remain in the right lane without exiting.
Paseo Del Sol W Santa Fe, NM
Plant growth by the roundabout at Mesa del Oro and Paseo del Sol W obstruct the view of traffic traveling on Paseo del Sol W when attempting to enter the roundabout from Mesa del Oro. This is a problem when looking north due to plants along the west side of Paseo del Sol W as well as shrubs in the median when looking south. Since traffic on Paseo del Sol West does not have a stop or yield sign and most people speed through this intersection, this makes for very dangerous conditions. I would suggest some plant removal first, and converting this intersection to a 4-way stop.
7 VotesFix it! Voted!Solecito Loop And Plaza Central
I am sick and tired of the complete disregard these drivers are displaying. 9 times out of 10, as I am leaving Plaza Central, to turn onto Paseo Del Sol WEST...I am almost hit by a car that is speeding through the stop sign. Then they give me attitude because they almost hit ME! Not only are these young ones punks...but they go around doing and driving as they please. Then when I walk my dog, the same thing. Speeders almost hitting us as we cross the street. Also people! Use the round abouts the way they were intended to be used. People are just taking a sharp left or right turn, and not going around properly. What is this neighborhood coming to?
4603 Apache Knoll Santa Fe, NM
At the intersection of Apache Knoll and Valentine way many many motorists do NOT stop for the 4-way stop sign as well,these drivers speed on Valentine and Apache Knoll because there is little or no police presence. This is the corner where the school bus stops for the children and it is very very unsafe..I hope this situation will be addressed before there is a tragic accident.
4 VotesFix it! Voted!6333 Paseo Del Sol W Santa Fe, NM 87507, USA
At the round-about at Paseo Del Sol WEST and Plaza Central, cars often run this stop sign. I have avoided an almost horrible accident on so many occasions, because someone has failed to stop at this sign. And because of excessive speeding on Paseo Del Sol WEST...it has become very dangerous with the combination of these two things going on.
There are kids, bike riders, pedestrians, runners, etc...and something bad is going to happen if ppl don't stop at the sign or continue to speed. I'm afraid for my kids and afraid when I walk my dog.
700-1098 Cam Pinones Santa Fe, NM 87505, USA
Lots of people and large dump trucks using this road as a shortcut. Please use speed camera on this road and post "No Trucks" signs as this is a residential road. The road need to be re-graded every 2 weeks because of the speeders and trucks. How much does it cost to regrade compared to some speed enforcement and no trucks signs?
104 W. Lupita Rd.
There is constant speeding on Don Gaspar between San Mateo & Camino Theresa also failure to stop at Lupita Rd. & Don Gaspar. The "One Way" on W. Lupita Rd is ignored quit often.