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closed #150919

Parks & Playgrounds

4010-4524 East Stone Mill Road

Case Date:
3/4/2016

The largest section in Ferguson dog park has many puddles that fill in when it rains, one of which is almost always full and is very deep. The puddles get very muddy, and when the water is turned off for winter, there is no way to prevent dogs from getting in the puddle and then no way to clean them off. It would be beneficial, I believe, to fill in these holes with dirt of gravel so this would no longer be an issue. Thanks for considering!

closed #152710

Parks & Playgrounds

351 S Washington ST

Case Date:
5/4/2016

The water fountain at third street park is not draining. Also, some of the railings around the decorative fountain are loose at their bases.

closed #153481

Parks & Playgrounds

2855 N Walnut ST

Case Date:
6/13/2016

The water fountain by the bathrooms at lower Cascades is leaking from inside the water fountain. It's a pretty good flow.

closed #153595

Parks & Playgrounds

3098 West Wapehani Road

Case Date:
6/17/2016

The small karst feature (sinkhole) on the northeast side of Weimer Lake (in Wapehani Park) has greatly increased in size and depth over the last several months, and the lake is draining away! The water level has dropped by a few feet, and the lake surface has shrunk by half. The city already lost one reservoir this way in the 1940s (the one in Leonard Springs Park); would not it be a shame to lose another one? Is there a way to plug the hole (dumping a truckload of gravel and cement into it, perhaps?) before the entire lake flows aways? The picture shows the lake and the sinhole as of a week or so ago; since then, the water level dropped another foot or two, as the sinkhole's draining point is now much deeper than it was back then. And there seems to be more space for further drop...

closed #155982

Parks & Playgrounds

4426 E Cambridge CT

Case Date:
9/18/2016

The water fountain at Park Ridge East Park is continuously running.

closed #126658

Parks & Playgrounds

1000-1098 S Woodlawn Ave

Case Date:
6/8/2012

The water from the spigot next to the Bryan Park tennis courts is spraying rather than streaming, which makes it difficult for dogs to get a drink.

closed #127466

Parks & Playgrounds

Case Date:
7/27/2012

At Bryan Park right by the swimming pool, between the sidewalk and Woodlawn, there is a water pipe with the cover missing. The cover is sitting on the grass right beside the pipe opening but looks to be damaged. This is a fairly large hole in the ground and could be a danger if a child or pet accidentally stepped into it. Again, this is right near the fenced part of the pool and on the strip of grass that is between the sidewalk and Woodlawn.

closed #128650

Parks & Playgrounds

Case Date:
9/13/2012

To whom it may concern, Over the past couple weeks I have been visiting the Miller-Showers Park located at 1500 N. College Ave. I like to pass the time listening to the waterfall or looking at the detailed sculptures. Unfortunately, it is hard to enjoy the view because the water is so slimy and murky. I am disappointed because it can look so much better if cleaned. Right now it just looks gross. To resolve the problem, I would appreciate if someone could please clean the water so there is no more green slime in the water. I look forward to your reply and a resolution to my problem. Please contact me at the above email address. Sincerely, Kristina Coonce

closed #138028

Parks & Playgrounds

1400-1692 North College Avenue

Case Date:
5/19/2014

The condition of Miller Shower park is getting worse day by day. It was clean and beautiful last fall but now it is covered with water plants and getting worse. Is it due to lack of funds that there is not maintenance?

closed #138240

Parks & Playgrounds

Case Date:
5/27/2014

Dear Ms. Granger, I am writing to you again this year about the "encampment" of vagrants near Cascades Park in your council district. Located near the corner of N. College and Old 37 it is a threat to the health and safety of our community. Children play in the water downstream from this filth. Thank goodness the disabled child recently lost in Cascades did not wander into this place. The fact that this "encampment" is on a parcel of land owned by the state is hardly an excuse to allow it to exist so close to a city park frequented by families with children. Please do something about this. Cordially, Ron Clees 2221 Browncliff Lane Bloomington IN 47408