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City of Bloomington, Indiana – John Hamilton, Mayor

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closed #179955

Trails

308 W 4th ST

Case Date:
5/19/2022

The water fountain on the B-Line between 4th and 5th Streets is not operational.

open #179541

Drainage or Runoff

102 S Waldron ST

Case Date:
4/14/2022

I am requesting a ditch or pipe be installed in the wooded easement south of my property that will move the water out to the storm drain that was recently installed last year on Waldron Street in front my house. On April 13th of this year, we received a lot of rain in just a couple hours and I noticed most of the water was coming from the wooded easement South of my house and running down into my yard, pooling up and overflowing down near my basement (where i've had flooding from the street runoff in years past). Phil Peden is who I've talked to in the past. Hoping this can be resolved before we get more rain this Spring. Thank you, -Kyle Spears Homeowner of 102 South Waldron St. 812-369-0765

closed #179287

Fire Hazards

623 W Smith AVE

Case Date:
3/19/2022

Please view cameras and check the water lines in Prospect Hill. Today Travis Knight, Tony McDowell, Ernie Wright, Shane Terrell and Ryan Corbin robbed my house and stole my mail and possibly poured gasoline in the outside water lines and hook up

closed #177483

Water Quality

812 W 3rd ST

Case Date:
9/17/2021

Water smells dank and mildewy.

closed #177463

Water Quality

704 W 4th ST

Case Date:
9/16/2021

Water smells and taste like mold. Taste from all taps is pretty awful.

closed #177426

Water Quality

704 W 4th ST

Case Date:
9/15/2021

Our water tastes and smells like mold.

closed #177362

Trails

308 W 4th ST

Case Date:
9/11/2021

The dog water fountain has not been working for many weeks.

closed #176322

Drainage or Runoff

102 S Waldron ST

Case Date:
6/22/2021

Hello - I am the homeowner at 102 South Waldron St. here in Bloomington. This past Friday my basement flooded an excessive amount (3 feet) due to water buildup on Waldron Street. This has happened 4 times over the past 6 years I have lived here because the water has nowhere to go due to the flat area at the bottom of Waldron Street. I am requesting a storm drain be installed on Waldron Street just North of my house and in front of 100 South Waldron Street. My neighbors basement has also been severely flooded over the years due to water buildup from the street - the homeowners name is Simon Ladd. We both have sub pumps in our basements (I actually have 2) and it still doesn’t solve the flooding issue. I have spoken to Mr. Ladd and we both agree the best solution is for the city to install a storm drain. My number is 812-369-0765. I would love to meet with someone from engineering regarding this issue and show them exactly what’s going on with the water. Thank you, -Kyle Spears

closed #174454

Utilities Construction

320 S Maple ST

Case Date:
1/7/2021

Water meter covering busted. Looks like the ureport photo issue still hasn’t been fixed so email me for the photo

closed #173205

Sewer Problems (Storm Sewers)

702 W 4th ST

Case Date:
7/30/2020

The stormwater grates at West Fourth and Fairview literally had small bushes growing in the sediment. I cleaned them again today-but why oh why can't these be part of regular maintenance? When they are blocked, which is most of the time, the water gets 6-8 inches deep at the alley near my house. I brought this to council last year when the city voted to raise fees and was promised by the director (Vic?) that this would be remedied. I have yet to see a clean up schedule or to see a worker ever clean these grates or clean the streets. I'm sick of it. There seems to be no dearth of resources for curbs and flower boxes and traffic restriction work. Why can't the city maintain the streets and storm sewers in a systematic fashion? What is the schedule for cleaning?