A watch area for the Fan, Museum District, South of Main/North of the Expressway; Scotts Addition; Carytown; Carver; 23220/23221/23230
1700 Monument Ave Richmond, VA 23220, USA - The Fan
Larger signs are needed to make traffic yield at the monument. Cars travel too fast down Monument Ave at this intersection. Two pedestrians were hit and injured yesterday while trying to cross the street. A crossing guard is needed for Orchard House School on Allen Ave.
3008 Idlewood Ave. Richmond, Virginia - Carytown
This hole is turning into a lake filled with MOSQUITO'S. It is next to a PLAYGROUND (Grayland Tot Lot). It SMELLS horrible and is HAZARDOUS to drivers. We have reported and called, NOTHING has been done. This happens every year. Each department says someone else owns it. It is a VDOT Residue Land owned by the Commonwealth of VA. All they have to do is bring a big truck of dirt to fill it in...pretty simple.
Property Records are here.. http://eservices.ci.richmond.va.us/applications/propertysearch/Detail.aspx?pin=W0001352024
Archived SeeClickFix reports here... http://www.seeclickfix.com/issues/170543-large-standing-water-pool-with-mosquitoes
and here... http://www.seeclickfix.com/issues/188496-huge-pothole-filled-with-water
2900 Monument Avenue Richmond, VA - The Museum District
On Sunday mornings, churchgoers are permitted to park along the Monument Avenue median on the immediate blocks east and west of the Boulevard. When Monument Ave was repaved 18-24 months ago, the block between Boulevard and Sheppard St. was incorrectly re-striped. Though the street is wide enough to accommodate cars parked along interior and exterior medians as well as all four lanes of traffic, the pavement markings were incorrectly replaced. The problem is that when cars are parked on Sunday mornings, two lanes are forced to merge into one as they approach the Boulevard. I have seen several near-fender benders as a result. The lanes simply need to be re-striped to what they originally were before the recent re-surfacing took place.
0/100 Block Auburn St Richmond, VA - The Museum District
These quad apartments managed by Railing are falling or damaged, concrete blocks are scattered on the property grass area are unkempt, etc. There are obviously numereous code violations and the city should act before it gets even worse
3400 Grayland Ave Richmond, VA - Carytown
The median outside the fence to the Expressway along this block (and for the entirety of the stretch between Nansemond and McCloy) of Grayland Ave is overgrown -- and has been for months and months, despite repeated requests to cut it. Grass is 2 feet high and is a perpetual eyesore for the neighborhood. This is City property. It is not private property. This request SHOULD **NOT** BE SENT TO CODE ENFORCEMENT.
3432 Ellwood Ave. Richmond, VA - The Museum District
These potholes have been here for more than five months and we have submitted multiple requests. They are more than six inches deep and cars are scraping their bottoms trying to navigate around them. They get worse every week with the trash truck going over them. Please help.
300 N Stafford Ave Richmond, VA - The Fan
There's a tree on the west side of N. Stafford that is partially dead and needs to have these dead limbs removed before they damage property. There is also a large limb that was attached to the living part of the tree that was damaged in the storm and will likely soon fall.
3301 Floyd Avenue Richmond, VA - The Museum District
Excessive speeding on Floyd Ave between the traffic light at Nansemond and the traffic light at Belmont is causing many vehicles to disregard the 4 way stop sign at Floyd and Dooley. This is a major safety concern for residents in the area as well as pedestrians. Additional police presence or installation of cameras or stop lights would be helpful.
1600 Monument Ave Richmond, VA - The Fan
There is a large pothole at the entrance to the alleyway behind the Stuart Court apartment building at 1600 Monument Ave. Again, the pot hole is at the entrance to the alleyway. The pothole is large and fills up with water, which will then freeze when it gets cold enough.
402 Hancock St. Richmond, Virginia - Carver
This backyard in the alley is being used as a parking lot and it looks like some sort of code violation. Cars coming out of makeshift parking lot knock over trash cans, block other driveways, and hits fences trying to get in and out of parking spaces. Multiple neighbors have contacted the city repeatedly on this issue but never get any follow up. Seems to be ignored.