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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 #169695

Parks & Playgrounds

Bryan Park

Case Date:
8/4/2019

A water fountain has become stuck, unusable in current state.

closed #170047

Parks & Playgrounds

1621 S Sycamore CT

Case Date:
8/26/2019

The drinking fountain by the playground in Southeast park seems not to drain properly - all the water pours out underneath the bowl.

closed #170820

Parks & Playgrounds

4010-4598 N Stone Mill Rd, Bloomington, Indiana, 47408

Case Date:
10/27/2019

One of the water hydrants at the Ferguson dog park has a cracked fitting and is continually spraying water.

closed #171070

Parks & Playgrounds

Bloomington, Indiana

Case Date:
11/29/2019

During rain, the surrounding mud and grime around the skatepark at the new Switchyard park drains into the park itself since there is no finished edgings. I don't know what sort of timeline the construction crews have on getting to this, but I just wanted to point out how bad it gets. Some friends had to get wet and dirty in order to unclog one of the drains and get the water out from the park. We had to get our own brooms out to clean this up later on after it had dried. I understand it's cold season and there may not be anything to be done, but I feel like it needs pointed out. The skatepark itself is wonderful, but the work around it has been poorly taken care of. Pictures of the area that pools and how mud ends up draining into the park from two spots on the north side of the skatepark are in this shared album. https://photos.app.goo.gl/uXgmpwQefXXzfAV56 Thank you!

closed #171133

Parks & Playgrounds

3800 S The Stands Dr, Bloomington, Indiana, 47401

Case Date:
12/5/2019

Drainage from the football field covers the path from Olcott Park to JCMS with water (even after days with no rain). The water turns to ice when the temperature drops. Dozens of school children and community members use the path daily. I’ve seen school children slip and fall hard on their way to school. In past years the path is not adequately able to be maintained to remove the ice...the ice gets so thick that a general maintenance crew would not be able to remove it once it has formed. This path is often skipped by snow removal efforts (not sure if it’s City or MCCSC). Please consider a way to redirect this flow before someone gets seriously hurt. Thank you.

closed #168071

Parks & Playgrounds

Reverend Ernest D Butler Park

Case Date:
4/11/2019

This morning at Rev. Butler park the push button of the water fountain by the bathroom was stuck and water had been flowing for what had looked like a long time. I was able to unlodge the button but I'm worried that it could happen again.

closed #168175

Parks & Playgrounds

3800-3898 N Old in-37, Bloomington, Indiana, 47408

Case Date:
4/18/2019

The Ferguson Dog Park has low lying areas in all three parts of it. It floods and there is standing water for days after a rain. Just needs a little dirt and some grass seed.

closed #168234

Potholes, Other Street Repair

3084-3372 N Dunn St, Bloomington, Indiana, 47408

Case Date:
4/24/2019

N Dunn St, on the slope down to the Griffy water plant: a depression on centerline needs filling up. Not technically a pothole, as the pavement is not broken. But a dip 2-3" deep, which causes northbound traffic to go into the other lane to avoid it - as no one wants to risk going too far to the right, off the road, and down the hill into the lake.

closed #168304

Potholes, Other Street Repair

2508 E Poplar CT

Case Date:
4/28/2019

Large gully/washout running along side Rodgers Road east of the Stands and west of Sherwood Oaks Church on the north side of the roadway In some places the washout is approximately 30 inches deep or greater. Stone is needed to stop the water and protect drivers and the roadway.