Permanent parking and street cleaning signs on wood post were removed illegally. See photo.
Rediculous. ..step up City of Richmond...Do your job!
just shy of a month and nothing has been done!!...
To date nothing has been done to resolve this serious issue. Today I sent an email to the MPACT Coordinator, Councilman Hilbert, Councilwoman Robertson and Mrs. Lisa Townes. Next step is to contact the local news stations to expose the continued neglect/safety issues of the Northside and the City's thwarted attempts to hinder our right to safe travel and law enforcement on our neighborhood roadways.
Good luck with getting Hilbert's office to respond. I can't tell you when I have gotten a response from his office
This request has been received and submitted to the City agencies for review and appropriate action.
Boxes were never picked up yesterday (refer to ID #20020994079) and they need to be picked up asap. Located on sidewalk in front of tree.
CITIZEN CALLED IN STATING THAT TREE LIMBS AND TRUNKS WERE CUT AND LEFT IN THOMAS SQUARE ACROSS THE STREET FROM HER ADDRESS.
Yard waste and mattresses and box springs in alley behind address
A chair on Fairfield Ave
Still there a week later
mattress, desk, other debris in the back of the home
In center of road between seminary Ave and brook road.
Thank you for your report to Richmond Government online. This concern has been submitted to our Solid Waste department. This request will be closed. Please refer to the new SCF # 2044659, which is still open when inquiring. Follow ups can also be conducted by dialing Richmond Customer Care at 804-646-7000. We appreciate your communication that helps us in “Building The Best Richmond” together.
Please note the above concern was submitted to our Street Maintenance Department not Solid Waste Department. The SCF#- to reference is 2044659 which is still open when inquiring.
Mattress in the alley.
This is one of the worst alleys in the city for potholes. It's almost impassible and really needs grading.
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