Deep pothole on S Randolph approaching the right turn to head east on Cary.
Zane R assigned this issue to Zane R
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10 foot weeds in back alley
Overgrown front yard
Overgrown back yard
Potholes, just north of the stone arch on pope Avenue
There is a tree (about 4' tall) growing out of a stromwater inlet, west side of street at the intersection with Greycourt.
Facing the house - to the far right: grass is not being cut between sidewalk & street (Brook Rd)
Thank you for contacting the Property Maintenance Code Enforcement Division for the City of Richmond. Based on the information you provided we have assigned a Code Enforcement Inspector to go to the location and inspect the property for any and all code violations.
The Property Maintenance Division for the City of Richmond has received your complaint; however since the address provided was not the correct location of the violation we will have to close this issue. The Code Enforcement officer for the area has determined the correct information and is actively working on the issue you presented. Thank you for your concern.
Come on, guys - anyone can see exactly which lot the complaint was referring to. The grass is 3-feet high between the street and the sidewalk, at a lot that's about 100-feet north of Fauquier Ave. It's an odd shaped lot that may not actually have an address.
The lights at the alley behind Bellevue, and at 4016 and 4020 are blocked by trees, completely.
5/12/2014 - Thanking you so much for your communication with Richmond City Government online. This matter has been referred to Richmond Street Light Mgmt for an assessment. Also, please understand that Richmond Tree Mgmt does not maintenance trees along the alleyway, only trees that are on City right of way sidewalk area -
We appreciate your communication that helps us in “Building The Best Richmond” together – rtt
Thank you for your patience with this request! If you believe it has been closed incorrectly, or if you have questions or concerns, please call MPACT Coordinator Matthew Toner at (804) 646-1062, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The subject trees are not along an alleyway. They are all on Crestwood, between the street and the sidewalk. The tree located on city property at the alley entrance is immediately adjacent to the light pole, which blocks much of its effectiveness. Unfortunately, the locations of most of the lights along Crestwood are in conflict with the tree locations.
Standing water in deep depressions in alley - needs regrading after repair.
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