1364 Oak St San Francisco, CA 94117 - Haight-Ashbury
There is always a large puddle on the footpath that goes through the Pandhandle at Lyon Street. It's there even when it hasn't rained for a long time and sometimes covers the entire path. The exact spot is near the light that's just north of the southern path through the Panhandle.
1188 Fell St San Francisco, CA 94117 - Alamo Square
We who live in the western half of SF are forced to rely heavily on Fell & Oak Streets. Any blockage on those streets is both inconvenient and a safety hazard.
It seems that at least half the times I'm on Fell at Divis., there is a backup of stopped cars in the left lane, waiting to pull into the Arco gas station here. This is inappropriate anywhere, and dangerous on such a major artery.
I see two possible solutions:
1) Require the Arco station to redesign its layout so cars can wait on premises, not on the public street;
2) eliminate 3-5 parking spaces on the left side just before this station, to accommodate waiting traffic.
Enforcement would probably help too.
598 Pierce St San Francisco, CA 94117 - Alamo Square
At Alamo Square Park right in back of the children's playground and the painted lady victorian houses...on the perimeter of the tennis courts...someone spray painted a hate crime on the concrete perimeter below the link fence of the tennis courts...It reads "DIE NAZI HONKIES". Can't they get these hate crime junkies off our streets????? Disgusting punks...Why can't we stop this in our city?????
307 Oak St San Francisco, CA 94102 - Western Addition
Cars traveling east on Oak don't have enough advance warning about which lanes to be in or not be in if they want to continue straight or turn onto Octavia. There is not enough signage to deter cars from turning illegally on red. "Local lanes" cause accidents because there is no indication about how to treat the stop signs in addition to the traffic lights and merging/turning cars from the center lanes. CARS HONK 24 HOURS A DAY.
101 199 Rose St San Francisco, CA 94102, USA - Western Addition
Human feces, urine and garbage strew across sidewalk and in gutter; left by homeless people who frequent the street.
Also, a city of San Francisco metal barricade (used for closing off streets) had been been carried to the same spot and is used to create shelter for homeless drug addicts to shoot/smoke up.
83-99 Gough St San Francisco, CA 94102, USA - Western Addition
The public (city owned) sidewalks between Page and Rose at Gough Street are are so poorly maintained that they do not offer accessible path of travel to handicapped people cracked and present tripping hazards to everyone the public at large.
Photo only captures half of the blighted area.
The City of San Francisco owns the property that borders Rose Gough and Page Street. The city does not maintain this property as it mandates commercial and private property owners.
This is evidence of city owned neglect and contributes public blight for neighbors and all SF citizens.
1243 7th Ave San Francisco, CA 94122 - Inner Sunset
Whenever I cross 7th ave. on Irving -- a busy commercial area -- I fear for my life, with cars speeding along as if they're still on the expressway portion of 7th (up the hill). Also, when I'm forced by street cleaning to look for parking on that part of 7th, drivers behind me are quick to honk rudely behind me, again as if they think it's still an expressway.
I'd like to see signage and speed limit enforcement on 7th between about Judah/Kirkham and Lincoln.
This is a residential / commercial area, not a highway.
216 Octavia St San Francisco, CA 94102 - Western Addition
There are way too many traffic lights on Octavia between Oak and Market. Drivers can't turn off Octavia onto most of these streets anyway, so there's little point in the traffic lights.
Stop signs on the east-west streets, plus yield signs on Octavia, would meet the needs of occasional east-west traffic (is there even any such traffic?) much more efficiently.
So many lights so close together serves no real purpose except to create a bottleneck.
Lights at Fell, Oak, and Market are sufficient here. Let's eliminate the others, please.
500 Duboce Ave. San Francisco, CA 94115, USA - Western Addition
Duboce park has a beautiful dog park that is frequented by many people and their dogs. As many as five hundred dogs and their respective guardians, come to the park on each day to run, play, catch up with their pals and breathe fresh air. The park is a nice size, has a drinking fountain for dogs and has comfortable benches for dog guardians to rest, catch up on dog raising trivia from other guardians and watch their canines play. Sounds great, right? Yes and...the parks largest boundary is Duboce ave which is not only busy with car traffic but is the route for muni. Although it is indisputable that dogs are bright and know much more than we do about some things, they do not understand the consequence of being run over by a car or muni and we know this bc if they did know, this would not be an issue. We need to finish this park with some sort of fencing.