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open #167365

Drainage or Runoff

1676 S Olive ST

Case Date:
2/8/2019

There is no drainage system on Olive street just south of Hillside. Additionally, Ridgemont Ct runoff gathers here as well. Cars try to drive through wich causes waves to sending more water into the effected houses. 18" in the street. Years of neighbors and past residents call for help have garnered no response from the city.

closed #167366

Drainage or Runoff

1676 S Olive ST

Case Date:
2/8/2019

There is no drainage system on Olive street just south of Hillside. Additionally, Ridgemont Ct runoff gathers here as well. Cars try to drive through wich causes waves to sending more water into the effected houses. 18" in the street. Years of neighbors and past residents call for help have garnered no response from the city.

closed #168322

Water Utility Problems

1705 S Williams CT

Case Date:
4/30/2019

Water main break at 1707 S Williams Court- mini river gushing in street

closed #167617

Water Utility Problems

1706 S Oxford DR

Case Date:
2/25/2019

water is not coming out of the tap

closed #168420

Water Utility Problems

1708 E Windsor DR

Case Date:
5/6/2019

Leak at water meter in front yard

closed #166469

Water Utility Problems

1709 W 8th ST

Case Date:
11/8/2018

Water barely running 47401 1709 w 8th st

closed #170987

Water Utility Problems

1711 E Windsor DR

Case Date:
11/17/2019

Water is bubbling up from the side of the road.

closed #171249

Water Utility Billing Problems

1718 E Thornton DR

Case Date:
12/18/2019

my bill's water usage appears to be double my normal amount. Steven Wallace 1718 e. Thornton dr

closed #167286

Water Utility Problems

1719 E Windsor DR

Case Date:
2/4/2019

fire hydrant is leaking. It's in the yard at 1719 Windsor. There also is a lot of ice in the ditch from a water main leak?

closed #167771

Drainage or Runoff

1725 E Hunter AVE

Case Date:
3/13/2019

After the heavy storm a month ago the parking strip (city property) in front of 1725 East Hunter Ave was severely eroded with the gravel/crushed stone swept down the street and the tarmac beginning to crumble. The city installed a storm water sewer in this location a couple of years ago but it doesn't catch the surface drainage from Hunter. The upstream neighbour has heavy round river pebbles in their parking strip which seem to resist erosion. Could something like this be put in the problem area? Or is there some other solution?