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closed #180394

Trails

245 W Grimes LN

Case Date:
6/22/2022

The grass on the city side of the ditch is waist high, last time this was cut the city threw a rock into the Storage Express window and I really don't want that to happen again. Can a crew get out to the ditch and trim it before we have another flood and the water has no where to go?!!!

closed #180359

Parks & Playgrounds

Case Date:
6/18/2022

The water fountain on the west side of the park runs continuously and has for weeks since they turned it on. It needs to be fixed.

closed #180355

Potholes, Other Street Repair

2349 E Linden Hill DR

Case Date:
6/17/2022

Following up on uReport Case #179638. This report was closed by Chris Axsom on5/4/2022 06:48:15. The resolution states crews were in the area but no additional detail provided. When closing the additional inquiry please advise if paving projects are scheduled for 2022 or if they can be assessed and/or scheduled for a future year. original inquiry below: In reference to the entire bay of E Linden Hill Drive. The street paving is in disrepair due to years of wear and several water main breaks. Patch fixes have been done in past but full repair of this street. Request place to know when the street will receive a new hardtop covering as the adjacent street (The Stands Dr) did in recent years?

closed #180354

Drainage or Runoff

Case Date:
6/17/2022

It appears that there is an long term, ongoing, active water leak coming from Sigma Pi chapter house 1430 N Jordan Ave, Bloomington, IN 47406 - on the left side of the property. Water is coming from the house, into some puddles on the drive way and leaking away from the property on to Theta Chi. I can't imagine how much water has been leaking and for how long, but it should be addressed.

closed #180318

Potholes, Other Street Repair

Case Date:
6/14/2022

Since Park Ridge Rd was recently resurfaced, after every rain, lots of water stands for several days. Not properly sloped to drain. Mosquito breeding pool; winter ice skating rink at intersection.

closed #180195

Sewer Problems (Storm Sewers)

3517 S Glasgow CIR

Case Date:
6/4/2022

Hello. Last year there was a major rainstorm in Bloomington that managed to adversely affect the storm drainage between my house and the next door neighbor. The storm activity managed to wash out a small corner of soil on the other side of the fence. Now any time it rains and thereafter, the ground is fairly wet (puddles) and the corner with missing soil fills up. This water manages to linger for days from outside the fence and through the yard. I'm requesting someone from Stormwater to visit my home on 10 June 2022; any time of day is fine. I ask for this date because I'm off work and we can survey together. This has been an ongoing issue for some time and I'm seeking suitable remedy. I have additional photos to share, however, seeing this in person would be beneficial. I couldn't include this on the form, however, my work email is: john.r.jerome.civ@army.mil. I'm most appreciative for any time you're able to spare to look at this issue. Thank you. V/r John

closed #180160

Potholes, Other Street Repair

Case Date:
6/2/2022

1800 E Hillside & 1500 S Dorchester, water valve cover popped off. Sitting at base off stop sign. Reported this Tuesday morning & told we'll get someone out right away to fix. That was 48 hrs ago.

closed #180148

Parks & Playgrounds

3421 E Longview AVE

Case Date:
6/1/2022

Water fountain is not turned on, it had some teenager damage from last year, perhaps there is a work order in on it? I tried replying to your email last time, no go, and for some reason, I could not find a staff directory on the city's website.

closed #180145

Parks & Playgrounds

Case Date:
6/1/2022

Water fountain needs service, we get a lot of kids, runners and bikers stopping by.

closed #180134

Sewer Problems (Storm Sewers)

1419 S Monon DR

Case Date:
5/31/2022

I've been meaning to report for some time. During major rain events stormwater rushes into my basement in through the sanitary sewer drain. The last time was June 2021 and storm water poured in for 8-10 hours solid. Luckily I have installed a sump pump that kept the overall water level manageable. I've lived at this address for 10+ years and this problem has occurred 3-5 times total. It only happens when the storm water system is overwhelmed. I believe the same happens for my neighbors. Is there anything I can do to prevent more back flow during major rain events?