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closed #180251

Trash

655 S Clarizz Blvd, Bloomington, IN 47401, USA

Case Date:
6/8/2022

From previous complaint: Other: Several suitcases, debris, empty alcohol bottles and trash between personal residential property and city sidewalk I in fact DID give a location. I specifically said the intersection of Clarizz BLVD and East Buick Cadillac BLVD. in the "service request location" portion of the form. Case number for this incident is: 180246 Thanks I will leave the location again in the service request location for a second time. I will be more specific and say IU health? Good Grief. That's not the exact location but as close as I can give you according to your "find me" locations

closed #180114

Excessive Growth

1520 E Maxwell LN

Case Date:
5/31/2022

not mowed

closed #180041

Excessive Growth

Case Date:
5/24/2022

Weeds and grass in excess of 12 inches at 805 West pointe Ct.

open #180038

Drainage or Runoff

3515 E Park LN

Case Date:
5/24/2022

I have a problem on my property with drainage. The drainage of my property runs off naturally into my neighbor's yard. His address is 3514 Morningside Drive. When a storm comes, his back yard pools and remains there for a few days until it is absorbed into the ground. I discussed with one of the neighbors how this might be resolved and volunteered to help pay for pipes that would carry the water that pools in their yard to the ditch along Morningside Drive. The neighbor didn't think that would work. Now they have dug out a deeper hole in their yard and are installing a "Sponge Garden." My understanding is that this will retain water and will not allow my yard to drain. This area has backed up into my basement in the past and flooded it. It seems to me that this will occur more easily with the installment of the "Sponge Garden." I appeal to the city of Bloomington to send engineers to come and see if there is some way that water can be drained into the ditch along Morningside Drive.

open #179975

Blocked Sidewalk

803 N Maple ST

Case Date:
5/20/2022

West side of North Maple Street (both north and south of intersection at Maple and 6th) sidewalk blocked, line of sight issues, vegetation grown out into walk,

closed #179599

Street & Traffic Signs

Case Date:
4/21/2022

Do Not Block Intersection sign fell during last nights storm onto the sidewalk. It was pushed onto the grass at the intersection of Landmark/W 3rd St

closed #179598

Traffic Signals

Case Date:
4/21/2022

Crosswalk button on Bloomfield Rd & Landmark Ave by Williams Brothers, is malfunction. It doesn't seem to respond. Resident waited 3 light cycles to be able to go.

closed #179597

Traffic Signals

Case Date:
4/21/2022

On the 600 block of Patterson Drive and 2nd Street is a crosswalk light that is out of sync. The crosswalk light turns green as well as on coming traffic. Very dangerous.

closed #179560

Biking & Walking

Park Ridge Park

Case Date:
4/18/2022

Received by email from Resident: The Park Ridge park is receiving increased usage these days. It's a great park with wonderful amenities and we are very proud of it! We monitor it carefully to be sure all is in good repair, the grounds are litter free, and we interact with City staff as they visit to maintain the park. As a result of this usage, parking has become an item that needs closer attention and management. With two residential homes on the circle with driveways, occasionally the two driveways are occasionally partially blocked; at least to the point where the residents of the two homes are challenged to enter or exit their driveways. Suggestion: would you survey the circle area and consider placing stripes to designate parking spaces? This would insure if vehicles park within the designated spaces, blocking driveways would not be an issue. One resident has medical needs and occasionally requires emergency transport. Additionally, please consider a yellow "do not park" grid stenciled to mark the walk/bike path entry off the circle. This area is often blocked by parked cars. The result is walking or biking around a vehicle to use the path. If a person in a wheelchair wished to enter the path (at the bottom of the hill), they are unable to access the path if a vehicle parks in front of the entry.

open #179472

Street Trees

100d South Indiana Avenue

Case Date:
4/7/2022

Another little electrical box has been kicked over, possibly broken, on one of the street trees. Not sure if this is a parks thing or utilities.