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closed #166205

Potholes, Other Street Repair

Case Date:
10/11/2018

Greetings- Please direct this to Angie Grubb-Flick's attention. On Indiana Ave just north of Kirkwood in the east side lane there appear to be two missing water valve lids. We are having a road foot race (city permit obtained) on Saturday morning Oct 27, 2018 and need these lids replaced or filled for safety.

closed #165990

Potholes, Other Street Repair

Case Date:
9/20/2018

E First near the intersection with Highland. Water valve that could use a little asphalt to smooth it out?

closed #165989

Potholes, Other Street Repair

Case Date:
9/20/2018

E First Street, near the intersection with Highland. Has this water valve lost its cover? Not pleasant if you ride over it on your bike.

closed #165933

Potholes, Other Street Repair

420 N Sheffield DR

Case Date:
9/15/2018

I believe there may be an underground water main leak at the T intersection of N. Plymouth Road and E. Sheffield Dr. in Park Ridge East. (I live on Plymouth) There has been some muddy water coming up through the pavement for a couple days. Nothing gushing up, but enough to create a small bit of water to stand there and to run in the gutter. There was a water main break there a few years ago and a repair. As I said, water is not shooting or gushing up, yet, but it is something that probably should be checked soon.

closed #165835

Potholes, Other Street Repair

Case Date:
9/6/2018

On the south side of E First near the intersection with Highland: Water valve cover turned upside down, creating sharp edges for vehicles

closed #165684

Potholes, Other Street Repair

Case Date:
8/27/2018

At the intersection of Rose and E Second a water main valve cover is upside down and sticking out. The edges are sharp, could ruin a tire one of these days.

closed #165667

Potholes, Other Street Repair

3526 S Dunstan DR

Case Date:
8/24/2018

Possible water main break. large amount of water running in street drain.

closed #165603

Potholes, Other Street Repair

7650 Indiana 37

Case Date:
8/21/2018

There are many potholes along Old State road 37 that need to be addressed before winter gets here. We really feel that the road should be paved. The road it horrible after you go past Dunn street. Also on N. Fish road there are several spots that need to be taken care of with fill from water build -up. As well as spot holes. Thank you in advance for your help. Have a great day.

closed #165548

Potholes, Other Street Repair

4418 E Stephens DR

Case Date:
8/17/2018

After all the utilities repair that's been going on in our neighborhood, our streets were completely ripped up. The city has since started patching the roads, but they've done a pretty slapdash job of it. The new paving is very uneven and there are gaps and places where it's easy to lose your footing. I've already tripped at least once in the last few days when I've been out walking my dog. I'm a young, able-bodied person so I'm sure you can see how it could pose a risk to the other residents in the neighborhood who might be older or less steady on their feet. I hope this patching effort is a temporary fix and not the final product, because that would be unacceptable. I would love to hear back about this issue and whether or not this is a temporary fix. I hope the roads in our neighborhood can be completely repaved when this water utilities project is fully completed.

closed #165492

Potholes, Other Street Repair

1422 E Elliston DR

Case Date:
8/14/2018

Greetings, I spoke briefly with a street maintenance crew as they were working in front of my home - and thought I'd share the conversation here. Over the past few years, the gutter from in front of our home (1504 E Elliston) on down to Fenway Pl has deteriorated significantly to the point that our driveway & yard are sinking as well. I'm no longer able to get my cars out of my driveway without scraping the bottom. When we get major rainstorms, I've noticed that the water runs directly into the ground from the gaps in the gutters & road, which I'd imagine contributes to the gutters & road sinking. I appreciate that they were out there patching the holes, but the patching really is very temporary from my observation. I was wondering if the city would have any plans to shore up the foundation, perhaps rebuild the gutters in a way that my driveway/yard won't continue to sink. Your consideration would be greatly appreciated - thank you!