2 VotesFix it! Voted!3815 Redwood Highway San Rafael, CA 94903, USA
Large broken tree limb blocking the sidewalk at Civic Center Dr. just outside the parking lot for the Memorial Auditorium. Can't help but notice that there's a lot of new landscaping here, wonder if the landscaping people might have broken it inadvertently.
4 VotesFix it! Voted!
Redwood Highway San Rafael, CA 94901, USA
Pavement on 101 southbound on far right lane when you enter the freeway on 2nd st in San Rafael is damage. It's where the entrance lane ends and the freeway starts, the road causes trucks to bounce violently. This is for all types of trucks. Please repave or smooth out rd. Hazardous condition.
Montgomery Rd And Bodega Rd sebaastopol, California
The sign that designates that you are about to come up to Montgomery Rd is missing on the sebastopol side of Bodega Rd. I live on montgomery road and it is a very easy road for people to miss and now that the warning/marker sign is GONE.. new friends are having a VERY VERY hard time finding the road. Please replace! thank you
794 Adrian Ter Santa Venetia, CA 94903
I have narrowly missed two collisions at this intersection over the last six months. This intersection needs stop signs. Best would be on Estancia Way but at all four corners would be acceptable as well.
7 VotesFix it! Voted!13000 13194 Sir Francis Drake Blvd Inverness, CA
For years, the stagnant water at the end of "Channel B" at Chicken Ranch Beach
has been known to be contaminated. There is a sign next to the pool at the
end of the channel but small children and dogs, can't read it.
No one knows just how contaminated the sand and water just below it are as the
water goes underground from there to the bay.
The Tomales Bay Watershed Council has been diligently walking the walk through
all the bureaucratic maneuvers to re-direct the channel so that the creek diverts to
Channel A and there won't be any water coming down that way. There was a June 2010
hydrology study called the Kamman study which suggested the change. The new
owners of the property above the beach have given approval for the County Parks
Dept. to make the change. Now, we need to convince the county that they need to make this repair an urgent
priority before our children start playing there this summer. Please call Steve Petterle, Marin County Parks
and Open Space, 499-6394. He asked that all questions, comments and concerns regarding the beach
and water quality be directed to him at 499-6394.