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closed #145432

Trails

Jackson Creek Trail

Case Date:
5/30/2015

standing water and mud on trail.

closed #145433

Trails

Jackson Creek Trail

Case Date:
5/30/2015

standing water and mud on trail.

closed #145948

Trails

Jackson Creek Trail

Case Date:
6/22/2015

water on sidewalk

closed #147119

Parks & Playgrounds

Jackson Creek Trail

Case Date:
8/7/2015

water and mud continue to pool here

closed #138585

Potholes, Other Street Repair

E State Road 46 Bypass

Case Date:
6/11/2014

Water stands after it rains. It is usually quite a bit there and fairly deep.

closed #132955

Trails

Clear Creek Trail

Case Date:
7/23/2013

Water from nearby creek was overflowing after a rain storm. there is a large fallen tree daming the creek raising waterlevel.

closed #132956

Trails

Clear Creek Trail

Case Date:
7/23/2013

Water from nearby creek was overflowing after a rain storm. there is a large fallen tree daming the creek raising waterlevel.

closed #132957

Trails

Clear Creek Trail

Case Date:
7/23/2013

water overflowing a trail

closed #153915

Potholes, Other Street Repair

5758 W Monarch CT

Case Date:
7/6/2016

There is a large pothole on the road that continues to retain water after it gets wet. There is mud that collects in the area and creates problems.

closed #136925

Other

511 E Hickory Stick CT

Case Date:
3/30/2014

Water is hazardous! Apparently a young boy drown in one of the ponds in Wylie Farm subdivision, i was told it was this one. I fell in this one myself, there is an extremely slippery plastic sheet that covers the entire bottom of the pond, up to the edge of the water. If the water is high you don't see it, if its low it's exposed on the edges. When it was low i went to the edge to take a picture of the water. I fell in by slipping the instant my foot hit the plastic sheet, all the way up to my shoulders and i fell down 3 more times trying to stand up. I ended up having to get on my hands and knees to crawl out in order to get enough friction on the plastic to move and pull myself up by grabbing handfuls of the grass growing on the shore! A small kid would almost certainly drown there. A very insufficient "fence" made of 3 almost invisible plastic wires had been put around one of the ponds. A much, much better fence needs to be put around all of them, or eventually another kid will drown.