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closed #11376

Excessive Growth

3320 E ALLENDALE CT

Case Date:
7/21/2009

unmowed, filthy, swimming pool full of dirty water, complained earlier but gave wrong direction and address

closed #11568

Excessive Growth

3404 S Allendale DR

Case Date:
7/7/2009

unmowed, filthy, swimming pool full of dirty water

closed #160903

Excessive Growth

Case Date:
8/29/2017

911 S Rolling Rock Old landscape rocks piled near road for 2 months. Rocks are falling in street. Also bucket with weeds and water next to rocks for same amount of time

closed #153797

Excessive Growth

701 W Ralston DR

Case Date:
6/29/2016

Michael complains of tall grass and weeds, and standing water causing mosquitos. These issues are located in the back end of the property. This has been a problem since January. Please see written report.

closed #125916

Excessive Growth

1310 S Woodlawn AVE

Case Date:
4/27/2012

5 gallon buckets w/water in yard, attracting mosquitoes, yard not mowed this year, grass at knee height

closed #176545

Excessive Growth

4418 E Stephens DR

Case Date:
7/12/2021

Please review condition of growth in front yard. The amount of over growth and lack of drainage is causing critters to find homes and standing water issues for mosquitoes.

closed #177888

Excessive Growth

2304 S Ford AVE

Case Date:
10/14/2021

Home owner has excessive growth in back yard. Home owner also has two untreated, unfiltered, and un-serviced pits in the back yard that fill with rain water and are left standing. Referred to as "ponds". This has caused an increase in critters and bugs in the area. I would like this request to remain anonymous please...

closed #168509

Excessive Growth

4666 W Sunset AVE

Case Date:
5/13/2019

There is a lot of overgrowth between some properties and some drainage issues with standing water days after it rains.

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.

closed #172885

Excessive Growth

911 N Maple ST

Case Date:
6/29/2020

Yard waste, claims "poison" being poured on the area where excessive growth. Concerned about "poison" getting into other yards, being near children and the safety of the water supply.