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closed #172437

Sidewalk & Curb Complaints

1800-1898 E Winslow Rd, Bloomington, Indiana, 47401

Case Date:
5/14/2020

I've reported this area twice, #172124 and #172370, but today it's impassable again due to standing water. I appreciate the work you've done to clean it up. I use this sidewalk frequently and I would like to know what permanent solution will be installed to stop this problem from recurring. It seems like the ground on the downhill side needs to be lowered next to the sidewalk to allow the water to run off.

closed #172370

Sidewalk & Curb Complaints

1800-1898 E Winslow Rd, Bloomington, Indiana, 47401

Case Date:
5/6/2020

The sidewalk at the north edge of the Goat Farm is covered with mud and water. I reported this on 3/30, #172124, and it was cleaned up. The problem appears to be a lack of drainage causing the standing water and residual mud.

closed #171489

Sidewalk & Curb Complaints

320 W 8th ST

Case Date:
1/19/2020

This is my second report on this issue: Water meter protruding approx. 2.5 in the *middle* of the sidewalk near 438 W Somersbe Place (county). I have seen numerous people trip and one person fell but fortunately was not seriously injured. It is only a matter of time until someone is. The liability is yours. Celia Hartley 438 W Somersbe Place Bloomington 47403 (812)272-6748

closed #168574

Sidewalk & Curb Complaints

300-398 W 7th St, Bloomington, Indiana, 47404

Case Date:
5/17/2019

Addendum to #168572. Another tree-plot hazard is a house or two south of 514 S Fess and is near the next water meter south of the one I first reported. It is a hole 12 - 18 inches deep beside the sidewalk. The photo show that it is roughly the distance from my foot to mid-calf. Thanks.

closed #168514

Sidewalk & Curb Complaints

1-199 S College Ave, Bloomington, Indiana, 47404

Case Date:
5/14/2019

Planter in the bottom left corner of the photo contains standing water and is not draining properly. Needs to be emptied and unplugged so that water can drain from the planter.

closed #168393

Sidewalk & Curb Complaints

501 N Morton ST

Case Date:
5/3/2019

Correction of Case #168391: that loose water meter is on Fess just north of SECOND St. NOT 4th St.

closed #167831

Sidewalk & Curb Complaints

1150 W Acuff Rd, Bloomington, Indiana, 47404

Case Date:
3/19/2019

Our residence is 1002 W. Acuff Road. We're the only house on that road, but we have NO curbs!! Rain and water has cut a trench along the road which makes it difficult to mow our grass. All the rain and water washes dirt from the farm field behind our house through the trench and all the debris completely covers our storm drain on the corner (near the pole in the picture), and the water washes all across Kinser Pike rather than going in the drain. People are constantly driving through our yard and cutting the corner where the storm drain is. We are CONSTANTLY cleaning out the drain ourselves. We REALLY NEED curbs on Acuff Road. Please help!!!!!

closed #167333

Sidewalk & Curb Complaints

501 N Morton ST

Case Date:
2/7/2019

When will curbs be updated in Park Ridge East? Inadequate in many areas and allows water to overflow along sides, corners, and otherwise not drain properly. Please even if few years out have a plan for this. Thank you! Wanted to make sure it was on the radar, even if long distance.

closed #166885

Sidewalk & Curb Complaints

4116 N Rosewood DR

Case Date:
12/18/2018

Every rain, the water stay on my curb for days,and is the only part in all community. Can you do some work for fix this problem. Thanks stella saitta 4112 N Rosewood dr bloomington IN47404

closed #166850

Sidewalk & Curb Complaints

Case Date:
12/14/2018

Sorry if this is a repeat, I'm having a devil of a time with the website. This is a follow up to ticket #166390, in which Phil Peden indicated he wanted to see it when it rains. This is a view to the west from the sidewalk on the west side of Rogers St at about 9th street, between Bloomington Iron Metal (right of photo) and 501 N Rogers. The two problematic tributaries are labelled in the photo. They meet just to the left of the photo, which is exactly where the sidewalk crosses the 501 N Rogers driveway, and they flow south from there. Tributary A runs eastward along the north side of the pavement there, and then fans out where the pavement seam starts, and poses the larger problem because it is too wide to step over. Tributary B handles a large volume of water, but in light rain you can hop over it onto a manhole cover (marked "communications") that is just to the right of the photo. If a trench was dug in the dirt along the north side of the asphalt, extending all the way from the fence to the sidewalk, then A and B could probably be forced to join directly at the photographer's feet. Then it is just a matter of digging a trench under the sidewalk to the existing (and dry) rain gutter just behind the photographer. Thank you!!!!