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closed #167330

City Performance

2801 S Leonard Springs RD

Case Date:
2/7/2019

Due to the recent re-paving of Leonard Springs Rd, all water drainage that used to bypass my house now floods directly into my driveway, yard, and garage. I am concerned that my house will flood in the current heavy rain. Please advise.

closed #179514

City Performance

Case Date:
4/12/2022

Mayor Hamilton should resign before he wastes more of the cities money. 800k to plant trees in what the urban forester said is an unjust way. (Environmental justice isn't justice) Over 1000 people said they don't want to be part of Bloomington, and after living here two years I can see why, but mayor Hamilton thinks he knows best and has already filed a lawsuit against the state. I can't find the quote so I'll paraphrase "people are asking what's best for them when they question is really what's best for everyone." That is a truly disgusting thing for any politician to say. Mayor Hamilton doesn't know what's best for me, or my family, and he never will, so don't try to speak for us or tell us what we should be asking. Take the money from the lawsuit, the trees, his own undeserved salary that's 5 times the state average and use that money for infrastructure instead of selling bonds and raising taxes. Instead of 400k to hang skyline obscuring triangles from the new 4th street parking garage, you could have hired actual police officers. Quit giving the university sweetheart deals on property and WATER! Why do I pay so much more than the university for water? They get 9 figure gifts, while I struggle to make 5 figures. Quit wasting our money. Quit trying to exert your power over people. Just quit.

closed #153766

Debris Removal

Case Date:
6/28/2016

Alison Donway (812-822-1599)requested that the south side of the intersection of Highland and 2nd St be swept. It holds water and dirt, sand, and debris piles up in this area.

closed #174541

Debris Removal

1908 E Viva DR

Case Date:
1/19/2021

As a neighborhood, we are requesting that the drain pipes (driveway culverts) be cleaned out so storm water has a place to drain.

closed #176284

Debris Removal

1104 S Covenanter DR

Case Date:
6/20/2021

Due to the storm on Friday night we have a lot of run off rock and old concrete from the ditches above our house on Ruby and Covenanter. Since we are the last house where the ditches turn, we get all of the debris. Can someone from the city please come and clean up our ditch (with the truck that sucks up rocks, etc.)along Ruby and Covenanter? Our front lawn grass is full of rock and mud from the flow of water on Friday night. We don't want the city to dig up our grass...we would just like them to suck up the sand, rock and black top debris in our ditches and culverts. Thank you. Sincerely, Ingrid 1104 S. Covenanter Drive

closed #176663

Debris Removal

Case Date:
7/23/2021

All the storm drains on Woodlawn south of Hunter are clogged. IF it rains, the water will flood the streets

open #179231

Debris Removal

Case Date:
3/13/2022

weeks of standing water. Zero Maintenance for five years. ALL of Drainage gully including 112 s morningside

closed #168621

Debris Removal

Case Date:
5/22/2019

The sidewalk south of Taylor Ct along Olcott Blvd has about a 1" of sediment on it and needs cleared. There was some ponding occurring on the sidewalk but we shoveled a channel through the tree plot to release the water to the inlet in low point of the road.

closed #170904

Debris Removal

212-398 N Smith Rd, Bloomington, Indiana, 47408

Case Date:
11/6/2019

On Smith Rd. between Morningside Drive and the railroad overpass, there is lots of debris along the road, there were sandbags that were put out around the drains which have since then broken up and laying there probably preventing water from going down the drain. The weeds along the sidewalks on both sides need weedwhipped. It's very unsightly. Thanks.

closed #167908

Debris Removal

3420 E Adair LN

Case Date:
3/28/2019

Not sure if this is private property or part of the green belt along Clarizz but trash is everywhere and there is a large body of untreated water ready to fester with rising temperatures.