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closed #179616

Drainage or Runoff

Sherwood Oaks Park, 1600 E Elliston Dr, Bloomington, IN 47401, USA

Case Date:
4/22/2022

The water fountain to the west of the tennis court is running and cannot be stopped.

closed #141731

Drainage or Runoff

McDoel Greenway Corridor

Case Date:
10/13/2014

storm water pipes are clogged and stream bed is eroding. This is on the B-line just west of the rail overpass and across from the new Habitat development. Looks like i'm about to loose a tree to erosion in the storm ditch.

closed #176282

Drainage or Runoff

E Driscoll St & S Palmer Ave, Bloomington, IN 47401, USA

Case Date:
6/20/2021

The storm drain has collected a lot of leaves. I try to blow the leaves back into the yard, but on windy days and rainy days they have been washed down the drain. So far water has not collected there or been restricted from draining, but it is getting pretty full. Just thought you should know. It is on the northeast corner.

closed #175961

Drainage or Runoff

Bloomington City Hall, 401 N Morton St, Bloomington, IN 47401, USA

Case Date:
5/31/2021

Fins aimed wrong way -away from water flow South side of sunstone at Bella star

closed #173902

Drainage or Runoff

Bloomington City Hall

Case Date:
10/8/2020

I have water leaking continually behind my house from a larger Teal colored pipe. After checking the meter its running up, but I am not using any water inside the house. Can someone come take a look at it?

closed #172661

Drainage or Runoff

Bloomington City Hall

Case Date:
6/3/2020

Bloomington seal coat paving does lots of driveways in my neighborhood. They make an asphalt ramp to the street that totally fills in the gutter. Is this allowed? It pushes the water out into traffic.

open #174336

Drainage or Runoff

939 S High ST

Case Date:
12/15/2020

This property collects water in its basement, owner disposes of water by running a hose tube, to the property line, which causes soil erosion, utility pole erosion, and water on public sidewalk.

closed #172756

Drainage or Runoff

918 W 13th CT

Case Date:
6/12/2020

Hi. I just want to say that I really appreciate the Adopt-a-Drain program. I was told about it by a city worker named Kriste. Anyway, I've complained for years about the storm drains on Blair Avenue. They get clogged (mostly by grass clippings from people mowing) and then the rain doesn't drain well. For years I said, why doesn't the city clean these? I was annoyed about it because the water would carry seeds and dirt, which would collect in my gutter, and then the next thing I know I have to mow my gutter! lol! So for the past four years I've been cleaning out my gutter, muttering to myself about the drain, and then every now and then cleaning it out, too. When I heard about Adopt-a-Drain, I realized that I could handle that task for two drains on Blair Avenue that impact my yard. Kriste also taught me that the city has over 12,000 drains, far too many to handle without some help. So, now I know that I can help, and I'm glad to do it. Great program!

closed #178101

Drainage or Runoff

915 E Commons DR

Case Date:
11/6/2021

Fire Hydran in yard at 946 Commons Drive in Sherwood Green is dripping water from three plugs. Dripping is steady but not gushing. Just a steady drip, drip, drip from each plug.

closed #172114

Drainage or Runoff

9030 E Raymond St, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46239

Case Date:
3/29/2020

The home we bought 2 years ago has flood damage and serious drainage issue that I can't not get under control. There is stormwater runoff that has been coming from (5) different neighboring properties and especially the one huge lot at 2130 Shan Crest Hill 46239. When there is a rainstorm not only does or crawl space completely fill up but our yard on the South, East, and west sides become quickly flooded like a lake. there is a 12" culvert drain pipe that runs east to west on the South side that run right next to the road Raymond Street that should be able to accept my neighbors & our ground water but the 12" easement drain pipe is roughly 13" higher win elevation than the area in the rear of my home where all of their ground water collects so it just fills up and resides under our homes foundation. My wife and I have tried everything bought and burnt out several 1, 2. and 3 HP water pumps with no luck. there is just way, WAY to much water. We are becoming very worried about the possibility's of permanent foundation damage, mold, and our home becoming condemned. Every contractor at least (9) or (10) decline getting involved engineers as well. we are at the end of our rope sorta speak.... I Just had a survey done along with a TOPO survey as well , I can send both to you if it would help. Please any help at all would be greatly appreciated... Thank you Scott, Sharon, & Karmavon Herzog 9036 East Raymond Street Indianapolis IN 46239 317-494-0574