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closed #168713

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2252 E Cape Cod DR

Case Date:
5/28/2019

There was a water line break on Sunday behind 2252 E Cape Cod Dr, Bloomington, IN 47401. The City of Bloomington Utilities patched the line and filled the hole. However, would like to know if City of Bloomington will repair and asphalt the patch and if this is the monetary responsibility of the City of Bloomington. Please advise.

closed #168743

Drainage or Runoff

2001 E Marilyn DR

Case Date:
5/31/2019

Location - 2001 East Marilyn Drive Issue - rain water is collecting and pooling in front of our home. We believe that it is caused by drainage system built on the "high" side of the road that is poorly engineered and inadequate for this area. Solution - we would like to discuss what it would take to get a curb with an inlet that would connect to the drainage system across the road.

closed #168748

Parks & Playgrounds

1005 Thomson Park Dr, Bloomington, Indiana, 47403

Case Date:
5/31/2019

Lock is gone and kids are turning on water

closed #168754

Water Utility Problems

1206 E Chestnut CT

Case Date:
6/1/2019

We have little to no water pressure at our house near Hillside and Highland

closed #168848

Parks & Playgrounds

47408, Bloomington, Indiana

Case Date:
6/8/2019

The water at Ferguson dog park has been shut off. This is a pretty big problem because dog owners have been taking their dogs here to exercise them expecting that the water will be on to hydrate their dogs. There's no sign or explanation about why the water is off or when it will be back on.

closed #168854

Sewer Problems (Storm Sewers)

1315 W 6th ST

Case Date:
6/10/2019

I filed a report about three weeks ago about a blocked storm drain that keeps overflowing and spilling water into our yard. It overflowed yesterday, and it's like a river of water running over the street and into our yard. The water is doing considerable damage to our side and back yard--it's basically underwater whenever it rains. This really does require some serious attention. Either a more thorough clean up or repair. It's costing us 100s if not 1000s of dollars in repairs to our yard. Please try to fix this. The storm drain is clogged on the 1300 block of W 6th Street, and our house is 1315 west 6th street.

closed #168858

Sewer Problems (Storm Sewers)

901 W 11th ST

Case Date:
6/10/2019

The storm pipe/drain does not appear to have sufficient capacity to handle flash flood events. Storm water from the neighborhood overflowed from the street, and then flowed across the neighbor's driveway and down the slope into our property, flooding our crawl space. Last night there was literally a small river of water running aside and into our house, moving so fast that I could not safely walk outside until the rain subsided. We need an engineer to evaluate the current drainage system, in particular the capacity of the storm pipe and culvert that runs directly between our property and the neighbor's. We can make some mitigating improvements on our own property, but we really are not equipped to handle the sheer volume of stormwater from the entire neighborhood during very heavy periods of rain like we saw last night. I took some videos during the flood that we can send as well.

closed #168899

Potholes, Other Street Repair

4510 S Orchard LN

Case Date:
6/13/2019

4ft. by 3ft. pothole; standing water; breeding ground as well as traffic hazard

closed #168932

Sewer Problems (Storm Sewers)

Bloomington Bagel

Case Date:
6/13/2019

There are two storm water grates that are dangerous to bicycles that should be replaced. They are located at the south-east corner of the Monroe County Courthouse Square. One is on the west side of Walnut St and the other is on the north side of Kirkwood Ave. These grates have long openings parallel to the street. A bicycle wheel can penetrate deeply into these grates and thus throw the rider and/or damage a bicycle.

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.