We have reported this issue the Water Services Department for them to look into this issue. We will report here information we receive from Water Services about this issue.
Thank you for reporting this issue. It has been reported to College Station Electric Utility. We will post here when the light is expected to be replaced.
Texas A&M is not a part of SeeClickFix at this time. This SeeClickFix site is for City of College Station issues. When issues are reported that are the responsibility of another entity, we report the issues to the correct organization and let them know they were reported to us through SeeClickFix. We do, however, follow up with those organizations on proposed solutions and timeframes for items to be fixed
Thank you for reporting this issue. After looking further in to this, it was determined that Hensel Drive belongs to Texas A&M and the City of College Station. Any repairs to be made on Hensel Drive will have to be done by Texas A&M. We are forwarding these photos and concerns regarding the street conditions to the Facilities and Grounds Maintenance Department at Texas A&M. We will report here the response we receive Texas A&M regarding repairs to Hensel Drive.
Thank you fore reporting this issue. We will report this to the Water Services Dept to have them look into this issue to see if they can determine what is causing this. We will report here when we have more information from Water Services.
Thank you for reporting this information. We will check with the Greenways Program Manager, who is also responsible for bicycle and pedestrian issues, including bike lanes. We will check to see if there are any plans for bike lanes in this area. We will report here when we have more informaiton.
A code officer will look into this and work with the HOA and or the homeowner to get the issue resolved. We will post more information here as it is available.
A code officer will investigate this issue and work with the HOA if necessary to get the issue taken care. We will report here as we have more information.
Thank you for reporting this issue. We will work with the Traffic Systems crew to have them look in to this issue and determine what could be done about this. We will report here as we have more information.
Thank you for reporting this issue. The company that was contracted to do the striping was unable to complete the job. With that, the the project had to be bid on again. The bid will close next week and another company will be selected to complete the job at that time. We hope to have the striping completed with in the next 2-3 weeks. In regards to Rock Prairie Rd, the city has to first aquire land along the road before making improvement. The land acquistion should be completed by Jan. 2014. After that the project will be bid up on for the the design work. The road will be widened along with other improvements. Also, the bridge at Rock Prairie Rd will have done it this summer as well as the intersection near bridge. Fore information, the City's Capital Improvement Dept has a list of approved projects, costs and timeline available on their web page.
Thank you for reporting this issue. We have reported this to the CS Electric crews to have the replace and clean the light fixture. We will report here when this will be taken care of.
Thank you for reporting this issue. It has been reported to CS Electric Utility to look into who the lines belong to and them being low hanging. We will report here when we have more information.
Thank you for reporting this issue. It has been reported to the City's Streets Division that is responsible for reparing streets. We will post here updates on when this issue will be taken care of.
This issue is closing. The resident is working with other city departments to address this issue.
Below is a response from the Greenways Program Manager, who also deals with pedestrian issues such as sidewalks:
During the creation of the Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Greenways Master Plan that was adopted by City Council in January 2010, sidewalks proposed in the area in question included the addition of a sidewalk on Nagle Street from Cross Street to Inlow Blvd and a sidewalk on Cross Street from Nagle Street to College Avenue. Currently, there aren’t any sidewalks proposed for Inlow Blvd or Dogwood Street. We track sidewalk requests that are currently not on the Plan and will take them into consideration when the Plan is updated in 2015.
Development occurring in the area will soon include sidewalks on both sides of Cross Street but there currently isn’t any funding for the sidewalk on Nagle Street. Staff is working to find other funding sources including grants, etc. to help meet the needs identified in the Plan.
For more information on what is proposed in the Plan, please visit www.cstx.gov/bikepedgreenways
This case is closed. The sign had been removed by the time the code officer went to investigate.
This issue has been fixed. The City's Public Works Division trimmed the plants so that motorists could see the stop sign.
This issue is closing. If there are other concerns regarding this issue, please email us at NeighborhoodServices@cstx.gov
This issue has been reported was to Parks Maintenance division. They will be replacing the light this week.