South Forsyth

Open Issues: 1 Closed Issues: 2 Acknowledged Issues: 4
Watching issues created after: 2017-04-20

South Forsyth County
Suwanee and Cumming zip codes

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  • 3630 Mcginnis Ferry Road Alpharetta, Georgia - US Congressional District GA7
    Spent over 10 lights waiting to cross the intersection for what it's only 1/10 of a mile stretch. Causing blocking off hospital entrance, congestion in local shopping centers and we'll over a mile of backed up traffic.
  • 5751 Mcginnis Ferry Road Johns Creek, Georgia - Johns Creek
    Does the city plan to install flashing left-turn arrow traffic signals at the McGinnis Ferry Rd @ Jones Bridge Rd/Brookwood Rd intersection? If so will they be installed before or after the road widenings are completed?
  • Entrance Gate issue Acknowledged
    7275 Fawn Lake Drive Alpharetta, Georgia - US Congressional District GA7
  • Other Closed
    2115 Falling Water Ct Cumming, GA 30041, USA - US Congressional District GA9
    There is a house that recently got sold a few weeks ago. The new neighbors have not officially moved in but there has been a lot of activity with work being done at the house. The one thing they are neglecting, however, is taking care of their lawn. The numerous weeds are between 1 and 2 feet tall. Several other neighbors near that house have complained (not sure if they have formally complained). The lawn looks absolutely terrible and I would think they would get someone to mow it even before they officially move in. Not sure what the delay is. The address of the house is 2110 Wood Cove.
  • 5362-5364 Mcginnis Ferry Road Johns Creek, Georgia - Johns Creek
    Can the city please install flashing left turn traffic signals at the intersection of McGinnis Ferry @ Faircroft/Wyndgate Trail? The left turn signal to turn onto McGinnis Ferry from Faircroft takes forever to change.
  • Entrance Gate issue Acknowledged
    7275 Fawn Lake Drive Alpharetta, Georgia - US Congressional District GA7
    Gate is not working properly. It suppose to close after the vehicle passed but the automatic system does not work.
  • Mcginnis Ferry At Vicarage Walk - Johns Creek

    HELP us, please! Doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting a different result is not a good use of our tax dollars. What does it take for a Johns Creek official to react appropriately to a dangerous intersection? How many times does one stop sign need to be knocked out of the ground? (It happened again this weekend.) How many accidents need to occur?
    High Visibility sign base designs should be used at the intersection of McGinnis Ferry and Vicarage Walk. Johns Creek officials: 1) please add a more visible stop sign; 2) add DO NOT BLOCK THE BOX signs; and 3) paint the box on the road. Do not block the box signs and paint already exist in other areas of JC, in front of subdivision entrances where traffic blocks cars from entering or exiting the subdivision, just like Vicarage.