Mario Hernandez

Rank: "Jane Jacobs" Civic Points: 155,825
  • 950 West Mall Square Alameda 94501, United States - Alameda
    Water has been leaking from the Sentry booth for at least several days, and I didn’t know if it was something that you needed to become aware of or if it’s even a problem at all.
  • 2550 Monarch St Alameda 94501, United States - Alameda
    Shoe on lamp post
  • 1550 8th St Alameda CA, 94501, USA - Alameda
    The tree has pushed on the cable and telephone wires to such an extent, that there is a lot of pressure on the adjoining power poles. Since the tree is leaning into the street so dramatically, if it falls and brings down the power poles and lines, a main thoroughfare will be temporarily shut down, and it will create a lot of very avoidable work for Alameda Municipal Power.
  • Sidewalk - Damage Acknowledged
    Jefferson St & 12th St Oakland 94607 United States - Downtown
    Today I tripped and fell flat on the ground due to this uplift in the sidewalk.
  • Street Signs Acknowledged
    2301 Encinal Ave Alameda 94501 United States - Alameda
    Old parking meter post may need to be considered for removal, if the city deems it to be an aesthetic improvement.
  • 2333 Lincoln Ave Alameda, California - Alameda
    There is a homeless man that has been living behind this newspaper rack at Jim's Coffee Shop, and he vomits and goes to the bathroom right there on the spot. His appearance indicates that he is days away from death, and he is obviously in need of immediate medical attention. If he is allowed to remain in this location for just one more night, he might simply succumb to the cold. I hope and pray that something can be done to comfort him, and get him off the streets.
  • Street Signs Archived
    1627 Encinal Ave Alameda, California - Alameda
    Radar Speed Indicator Sign is no longer working.
  • W Red Line Ave Alameda 94501, United States - Alameda
    Shoes
  • 3300 Webster Street Oakland, California - Pill Hill
  • 1010–1018 Fontana Dr Alameda 94502, United States - Alameda
  • Street Signs Acknowledged
    3100–3198 Jackson St Alameda 94501, United States - Alameda
    Someone appears to have stolen the street sign
  • 2324–2398 Santa Clara Ave Alameda 94501, United States - Alameda
    This homeless lady needs services. If she refuses services, is there anyway to keep her from sleeping in the business district and causing the benches to smell bad?
  • 1201–1247 Oak St Alameda 94501, United States - Alameda
    Street light is out
  • 2263 Santa Clara Ave Alameda, California - Alameda
    Across from city hall on the sidewalk, someone has written NO KKK, and No on K adjacent to each other, in an effort to affiliate a hate group with one of the city ballot issues.
  • 2263 Santa Clara Ave Alameda, California - Alameda
    Is the attached email actually a City of Alameda survey, or is it SPAM?
  • 1419 Park Street Alameda, California - Alameda
    Would it be possible to please consider removing all of the sidewalk benches and bus shelter benches on and around Park Street until we are finished building all of the affordable housing units throughout the city? The bench depicted in the attached photo smells like human waste right now, and no reasonable retail patron is ever going to sit down on one of these sidewalk benches or bus stop benches until the homeless issue is addressed to the point where they have true and meaningful places to live, where they can cook and shower.
  • Tree Issue Acknowledged
    2121 Dwight Way Berkeley 94704, United States - South Berkeley
    The tree is breaking in half and will fall soon.
  • 1829 Clement Ave Alameda 94501, United States - Alameda
    There is a small U shaped piece of pipe that someone may have placed on top of this larger metal pipe, which looks like it could potential fall on someone if they were that unlucky to be there when it falls.
  • 1320 Fernside Blvd Alameda 94501, United States - Alameda
    Tree is dripping a lot of sticky stuff. 1311 Fernside.
  • 1450 High Street Alameda California - Alameda

    The men's restroom at Lincoln Park has been completely neglected for at least six months now. The level of grime, urine, soap build-up, and other bodily fluids is getting to the point where no reasonable cleaning personnel would want to remedy the situation. It has become so bad that only a deep cleaning with a pressure washer would probably be in order. Thereafter, I hope that it will once again be maintained.

    When Mr. John McDonald was in-charge, I never saw anything like this. Maybe the Parks Department can enlist his help on a part-time basis.