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  • 2101 Ethan Way Sacramento, Ca - Swanston Estates

    Illegally parked RV in backyard, excessive garbage/junk on property, illegal contracting work being done, unkept pool, abandoned cars in driveway, barking dogs, overgrowth of weeds
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  • 21st Ave 22nd Avenue Alley Sacramento, CA 95820, USA - South Oak Park

    Piled up against power pole; Includes furniture, household goods, batteries

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  • 3329 22nd Avenue Sacramento, CA - South Oak Park

    Illegal Dumping of construction debris in 21st/22nd Avenue Alley (located behind 3329 22nd Avenue).

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  • 7528 Whitmore Street Elk Grove, CA 95758, USA - Glen Elder

    Dried out Christmas tree left on street for three months.

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  • 7400 17th Ave Sacramento, CA - Colonial Manor

    10-12ft shrub on the west side of the park, beyond the exersize equipment. Between the wall fence and the shrub it appears that the area is being used as a toilet. Please remove the shrub or cut back significantly.

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  • Forastera Cir Sacramento, CA 95834, USA - Gateway West

    The Riverview Park is over grown with weeds and not being maintained with the exception of the lawn being mowed.

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  • 7484 Rio Mondego Drive Sacramento, CA 95831, USA - East Sacramento

    Water meter's were installed on my block last week. On Saturday our sprinklers were scheduled to turn on, at this time we discovered that one of our sprinklers just above the corner where the concrete was dug up and the sprinkler head meet. We would like this replaced as the entire head is broken down into the base of the sprinkler.

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  • 257 329 Mac Arthur St Sacramento, CA 95838, USA - Parker Homes

    I'd like to report two cases of illegal dumping in my neighborhood (zip: 95838).

    Location one: At MacArthur St and Chennault Ct., someone has dropped off two couches/chairs and a mattress.
    Location Two: One block down at MacArthur and Stillwell is another couch.

    Both piles have been there for almost two months.

    Is it possible to get a "No Illegal Dumping" sign?

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  • abandon car Archived
    4946 Westlake Parkway Sacramento, CA 95835, USA - Westlake

    car has not moved

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  • 3510-3530 10th Ave Sacramento, CA 95817, USA - Central Oak Park

    Mattress, wood, and trash in the street in front of the empty lot on the corner.

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  • Dip in street Archived
    1487 8th St Sacramento, CA 95814 - Downtown

    The right side of 8th street just north of O has a big dip in it caused by busses rolling in. The dip is a hazard for cyclists and possibly cars

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  • 3001 Mabry Dr Sacramento, CA - Village 7

    There are two pedestrian paths that run parallel to each other but intersect Mabry Drive near the intersection of Mabry and Uccello Way. The eastern pedestrian path has proper safety signage (i.e., pedestrian crossing sign and painted crosswalk) on Mabry alerting drivers to pedestrian crossing the street in the cross walk. In addition, the eastern path has a double yellow line on Mabry preventing cars from passing in this crosswalk area.

    Several yards to the west, the sister pedestrian pathway has no signage alerting drivers to pedestrians crossing Mabry. There is no painted crosswalk on Mabry for the west bound pedestrian walkway. Finally, there is no double yellow line on this section of the road, allowing drivers to potentially pass in a already complex intersection with pedestrians.

    Please note, that this is a MAIN thoroughfare for many small children on their bikes on their way to/from school (H. Allen Hight Elementary School). Many high school students at Inderkum use these pathways too for traveling to and from school. Many adults use both pathways for running and biking as well as many elderly. It is imperative for everyone's safety, including drivers, that the proper safety signage and road markings exists for both paths. Please realize that trying to redirect everyone to one path is non-practical as there are many small children that will not understand and adhere to that methodology.

    The same issue exists for the pedestrian paths when the intersect Club Center Drive. The entire "safety integrity" of both pedestrian paths should be evaluated and analyzed for consistency and adherence to safety regulations.

    All of this information can be substantiated with the satellite view in Google Earth.

    Please correct immediately.

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