Washington Park

Open Issues: 0 Closed Issues: 661 Acknowledged Issues: 3
Watching issues created after: 2012-01-15

I am considering buying property in the Northside area (Lincoln and Moss Side Avenues) and would welcome any comments you might have about what it's like to live in Washington Park. Please contact me at laura.middlebrooks@yahoo.com. Thanks so much!

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  • potholes Archived
    700 Cheatwood Ave Richmond, Virginia - Washington Park
    requesting pothole repair at corner of corbin and cheatwood
  • 803 Akron St Richmond, VA - Washington Park
    street light out on 803 akron st
  • 718 Akron St Richmond, VA - Washington Park
    Caller states that there is a fallen tree that is in the walkway near where his trash is picked up.
  • Potholes Archived
    707 Cheatwood Ave Richmond, Virginia - Washington Park
    intersection of cheatwood and corbin, a very large pothole in main area that cant be avoided, citizen says its about 3ft wide and about 2ft to 3ft deep....says its now holding a large amount of water
  • Pothole Archived
    3911 Moss Side Avenue Richmond, VA - Washington Park
    Pothole in front of 3911 Moss Side Avenue, getting bigger by the day
  • 700 Oak Park Ave Richmond, VA - Washington Park
  • pothole Archived
    3900 Moss Side Ave Richmond, VA - Washington Park
    pothole moss side and north ave 3900 block of moss side
  • 4300 Block Of North Ave Richmond, VA - Washington Park
    Citizen states there is litter on this block.
  • 813 Cheatwood Ave Richmond, VA - Washington Park
    furniture and other debris left from tenants moving out of building
  • 813 Cheatwood Ave Richmond, VA - Washington Park
    in the alley, street light blinks on and off. Stays off more than it is on.
  • 812 Cheatwood Ave Richmond, VA - Washington Park
    branches and vegetation in alleyway; scratching cars as they drive down alley
  • 608 Rex Avenue Richmond, VA - Washington Park
    There is a huge tree down in the alley way between 606 & 610 Rex Ave. The other thru street is Akron St. It might have been reported by the Draytons who live on the other side of the alley. The major portion of the tree is in the back yard of 606 Rex Ave., it is also blocking the alley & the huge root is emdeded in the pavement, lifting it from the ground. I don't think the trash trucks can get thru there.