Thank you for contacting USPS. Not sure if they provide an expected resolution time, but the graffiti has not yet been removed.
Great, thank you!
Sorry, this was submitted twice.
Thank you, both for doing the work and the follow-up. Your work is appreciated!
This illegal dumping looks easier to pick up than the couch.
And on the third tree you see as you enter the park from San Antonio into the playground area.
And on the big green metal container near the basketball court, that used to be for recyclables.
It is still here at this City park next to an elementary school. Attaching photo of the graffiti.
Also graffiti on one of the 4 'permit parking only' signs nearby.
Diagonally across the street, there is graffiti on a one-way sign, traffic signal pole, and pay to park sign.
It looks like there is a signal loop on Central heading toward Webster, but not heading toward Park. A detector on Central heading toward Park would be helpful. Also, a stencil for the loop would be helpful.
Thank you for all the work you do!
Fixed very quickly - thank you!
5 months later, the same graffiti is still there (same as in the original photo). This is a City parking lot.
Really, the sign probably just needs to be rotated 45 degrees counter-clockwise. It makes no sense as-is.
Thank you for taking care of this!
Still there. Also graffiti on something else (see photo).
The graffiti is still there. It's on the handicap parking only sign in the parking lot.