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closed #175651

Water Utility Problems

221Y, 330 S Eastside Dr, Bloomington, IN 47401, USA

Case Date:
5/3/2021

Significant amount of water coming out of fire hydrant at intersection of Eastside and Atwater.

closed #175546

Other

1213 S Brooks DR

Case Date:
4/24/2021

It has come to our attention, as mentioned by the owner, that there is an underground propane tank still present on this property. We are concerned about potential toxic effects if left in the ground. Please investigate and remove. We hope this will be removed to prevent contamination of underground water.

closed #175545

Sewer Problems (Storm Sewers)

Case Date:
4/24/2021

Street drain water from Olcott Rd. has created a deep gully (~4 feet deep) along the property boundary of my home on Crandall Court. I'd be most grateful if I could get advice from the stormwater folks in the Bloomington Utilities Department. HELP! Ben Brabson, 812-332-6507 or by e-mail at brabson@indiana.edu

closed #175542

Sewer Problems (Storm Sewers)

4898 S Rogers ST

Case Date:
4/24/2021

Across the street, there is a drain that sends water along the southern border of my property to Clear Creek. This drain has not been maintained and is partially blocked. The ditch that carries the water yo Clear Creek, is also full of sediment. Please call me. Thank you.

closed #175522

Sewer Problems (Storm Sewers)

2302 S Bryan ST

Case Date:
4/21/2021

Water drain under street is blocked by bent pipe; road floods with every heavy rain as a result

closed #175508

Potholes, Other Street Repair

1227 E Sheridan DR

Case Date:
4/20/2021

Just north of 926 S. Highland Ave., a 15 ft area of the west side of the street (and storm drain) has crumbled to gravel-size and larger chunks of asphalt. As result of an earlier complaint, a small part was patched with blacktop that has now crumbled. My concern is not the ugly appearance. If we have a 5-10 year rain storm, the runoff down S. Highland easily will clog the storm drain underneath a parking area (owned by the city) in front for my home and likely will flood the first level of my home. I have observed the enormous flow of water in the storm drain during normal heavy rain and am certain an unusual downpour will now cause flooding. Please consider sending a truck to remove the street/storm drain debris.

closed #175410

Potholes, Other Street Repair

1830 S Covey LN

Case Date:
4/12/2021

There is a street cave in developing near 1825 S. Highland Ave. It has rapidly gotten much worse over the last couple of days. Hole looks a couple feet deep. Is next to a semi-recent water main repair.

closed #175256

Water Utility Problems

510 W Northlane DR

Case Date:
3/29/2021

water is not running

closed #175253

Sewer Problems (Storm Sewers)

419 E Dodds ST

Case Date:
3/29/2021

Thank you Kathleen for updating ticket 175079. This is a follow-up to your update. I do desire to remain anonymous on ureport system. These storm sewers have long been functionally abandoned and really do not act as "ditches" anymore. In fact some of them seem to not have an inlet. It was not so much that that I though they should be "clean out" but more like the sharp metal hazard should be addressed. The exposed tops of at least three culverts have rusted through creating what I consider "sharp rusty hazards". Replacing those culverts (or repairing the rusty sections) is what I was thinking. Or maybe rotating them 180 degrees so the rusty part is down? My concern with the cleanout solution is the neighbors might not like the excavation unless the hazards are removed. I do not think anyone is complaining about the fact the culverts might not be doing much to handle water run off. Again I just walk my dog along Dodds and that is when I spotted the harzards. I do not live at these residences. Thank you again for the consideration.

closed #175170

Drainage or Runoff

Case Date:
3/21/2021

There is a massive brown water run off from the street up in The Stands down to the creek. Sunday 3:30 pm