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closed #163775

Excessive Growth

1002 W 6th ST

Case Date:
3/29/2018

Overgrown bamboo at 1002 W 6 St and Elm bending into sidewalks and street obstructing traffic. Bird droppings covering the sidewalk. The invasive plant has encroached on neighboring property where we live at 1004, so we are having to engage removal services and eventually install impermeable barriers at our expense. The back yard of 1002 is overgrown also, feral cats, possum and a skunk have been sited or smelled in a fallen shed which has not been cleared out. The Elm Street side of 1002 is full of debris and overgrowth and there is an unattended stagnant water feature where we hear frogs in the summer (which do attract copperhead snakes). Someone does seem to be inhabiting the house, though we know that the owner of the house does not reside in Indiana presently.

closed #168275

Unsafe Buildings

1016 W 5th St, Bloomington, Indiana, 47404

Case Date:
4/25/2019

1016 w Kirkwood is unsafe. It is for sale and has been abandoned for over a year. It has no locking door on the back but rather a broken single pane storm door held by a concrete brick. Inside there the house is dangerous to enter. There is standing water in the basement that has been there for over a year. It is growing mold and mosquitoes. The walls are down to the studs. There are holes in the floors and ceilings. We have have had to call the police due to intoxicated individuals entering at night. I am afraid someone will get hurt or die by falling into one of the holes or the standing water directly across from the back door.

closed #18738

Trash

1021 E Wylie ST

Case Date:
3/4/2008

Gretchen Knapp of 1019 E. Wylie (next door to this property) says there is brush, trash, cat food cans, debris (pieces of wood), tarps collecting water and attracting rats and bugs, and other nuisances in the back yard of 1021, as well as around the rest of the property. She would like someone to come in to her house and look at the yard from the upstairs of her home.

closed #165128

Trash

106 W 6th ST

Case Date:
7/12/2018

Litter, water overflow, dumpster overflow in alley behind.

closed #15623

Water Utility Problems

111 N Dunn ST

Case Date:
8/22/2008

Rental property pumping water out into alley and street continuously.

closed #162877

Unsafe Buildings

1301 W Woodhill DR

Case Date:
1/31/2018

This horrible rental company had water flowing out of their house for at least a week. Busted pipes, and they don't take care of their properties. There's already been a bunch of cases of mold in their rentals. I bet you anything these subhumas are going to still try to rent this shithole to some rentals they know they can easily take advantage of.

closed #171868

Trash

1306 S Madison ST

Case Date:
3/2/2020

1310 Multiple (~10) painted tires piled in the yard. There is an ordinance to prevent this due to the toxins released into our water system by decaying tires.

closed #125916

Excessive Growth

1310 S Woodlawn AVE

Case Date:
4/27/2012

5 gallon buckets w/water in yard, attracting mosquitoes, yard not mowed this year, grass at knee height

closed #173888

Website & Web Services Feedback

1515 W Locust St, Bloomington, IL 61701, USA

Case Date:
10/6/2020

The neighbor has a broken pool in the side yard. It has some dirty water in it and is leaning on one side.It's been this way for the last 2 months. when asked they said it would get removed , but so far is still there.

closed #168943

Excessive Growth

1519 S Andrew CIR

Case Date:
6/13/2019

The neighbors in shadow creek would like to see the city be more proactive in persuading the owner of this building lot to keep the grass mowed and remove the invasive trees that have grown out of the ponding water. The ponding happens after each rain and is a health issue for the residents, and a safety issue for kids on this street. This lot has looked like this for years as the 2 doctor investors that owned it previously were not inclined or forced to maintain it or properly fill it in. Anything you can do to help protect our property values by threatening fines and actions against the owner would be much appreciated. thank you, shadow creek residents.