This request has been received and submitted to the City agencies for review and appropriate action.
Many stop sign along W. Grace are in the same situation.
11/02/2012 – Thank you so much for sharing your very important concern with the City of Richmond government. This situation with the low visibility Stop Sign needing to be moved to increase visibility has been formally reported to Richmond Traffic Sign Mgmt (#20020871401) so that proper inspection and handling can take place accordingly. Because of time that may be involved with this request, updates or follow up can also be conducted by dialing the Richmond Customer Care Center at 804-646-7000 and referring to 20020871401
We appreciate your communication that helps us to “Build A Better Richmond” together – rtt
This issue has still not been fixed.
This limb actually came from a tree on the property at this location owned by Village Bank (formerly Julian's).
Has been painted over.
Picture of the expired inspection sticker.
This property is used as a parking lot for for a nearby bar. The lot gets really trashed at times. There is also trash in the doorways and around the property.
Correction on the address. It is 2614 W. Grace.
Yes the signs have been replaced. I do not understand the necessity of emailing the person reporting the issue. The city should know when they created a work order and when the task has been handled. Your repeated emails show just how out of touch the city is with taxpayers.
This is a repeated problem. Please make the property owner take care of this eyesore and health issue.
The incorrect signs have been taken down.
Property owner has painted the building.
FYI, items must be placed at the curb or alley for crews to pick up. They will not enter yard to retrieve items.
The owner is failing to maintain his/her property to community standards and State law specifically addresses pollution that runs into our streets and alleys and eventually the James River and Chesapeake Bay.
I am not happy to hear that you nor the city cares about polluting our environment.
This issue has been reported before at least twice.
Here is a picture of the other sign.