Plastic Pipe in Stream ArchivedLocke Ln Raleigh, NC - East Raleigh
The Longview Park Community Watch completed a Adopt-A-Stream cleanup today in the Longview Branch tributary that runs along Locke Ln. A long yellow plastic pipe was discovered in the stream channel. It was unclear if it is garbage (probably) or some other unknown utility equipment. In either case, the pipe was too well buried to be removed by hand. The pipe is visible from the street near the Stevens Rd intersection.
Inadequate No Parking Sinage ArchivedW Franklin St Raleigh, NC - Mordecai
A single sign denotes the entire north side of W Franklin St as no parking at any time. However, cars frequently park very close to the stop sign where W Franklin meets Semart Drive, causing poor visibility at that intersection. The street and the signage appear to be public, apologies if this is a private property issue (will take it up with property management, if that's the case). Thanks.
Pet Waste Station ArchivedCulpepper Cir Raleigh, NC - East Raleigh
There is a pet waste station on the south side of Culpepper Park that doesn't receive refills of bags (though a thoughtful neighbor has been refilling with reused grocery bags). Is the City responsible for stocking these? Also, there are other City maintained parks in this area that would benefit from additional pet waste stations. What is the proper means for making this type of requests?
Water Leak Archived2319 Stevens Rd Raleigh, NC - East Raleigh
Significant quantity of
water seeping out of the ground near the street and flowing across
2319 Stevens Rd. driveway toward the storm drain. The point of origin is
near where the Public Utilities Dept. recently dug up the street to make repairs.
Dangerous Traffic Pattern ArchivedW Edenton St Raleigh, NC - North Central
Over the course of several months I have observed a potentially dangerous traffic pattern on W Edenton St between N Dawson and N McDowell associated with students being dropped off at the Sacred Heart Cathedral School during the morning rush hour (~730am). Cars are stopping in significant numbers in the left most through lane to discharge student passengers. In combination with the speed of traffic and light cycle timing at the intersections of N McDowell St and N Dawson St, these stopped cars cause merging and congestion for both through traffic and traffic turning left onto N Dawson St. This is particularly a problem as stopped cars attempt to rejoin the through and turning traffic pattern. Further exacerbating the vehicular traffic are pedestrians not crossing at corners, again associated with the school. Perhaps a designated loading zone and school zone need be considered, as well as traffic light timing.