Pinellas Park

Open Issues: 2 Closed Issues: 504 Acknowledged Issues: 3
Watching issues created after: 2015-12-26

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  • 9201 66th Street North Pinellas Park, Florida - Pinellas Park
    This is a field that backs up to the dead end of 65th Street. It is fenced but has not been kept for a very long time. The growth is 4 to 5 foot deep. Mosquitoes, snakes, rats, & raccoons are taking over the neighborhood stemming from this property. I did report this the other day, but it seems the mapping tool put in the wrong address.
  • 3545 Beechwood Terrace Pinellas Park, Florida - Pinellas Park
    Front of house looks like a junk yard
  • 6958 6990 81st av and 8096 69th ln, Pinellas Park, Florida - Pinellas Park
    Grass is covering the sidewalk at several houses. Starting at 81st ave and 69th lane all the way up around the bend on 70th.
    I try and let my grand baby try and ride his bike with training wheels and its impossible. And it looks horrible.
    Thank you
  • 12311 69th St Pinellas Park, Florida - Pinellas Park
    This property is in disrepair. Weeds are growing in the yard. A tree in the back yard is caving in the roof of the porch. There is a dead hedge on the north side of the property A rain gutter is hanging loose on the south side of the house. The garage is full of garbage.
  • 12437 Land Street Largo 33773 - Pinellas Park
    Back of property is cluttered with brush and other junk items such as large aluminium bricks stored wave runner, old tractor. An awning has also been attached to the residence without a permit. A large storage shed has been placed in the back yard and is being used as a living space. The owner is in process of installing/constructing the shed with electricity, air conditioner and installation on the inside. The yard hasn't been mowed all summer. The front yard is also consumed with junk.
  • 8300 64th N Pinellas park, florida - Pinellas Park
    they have a big truck that always there every month and it's either on grass or sometimes parked on side of road makes it hard to drive past
  • 53 St. And 72 Ave. Pinellas Park, Florida - Pinellas Park
    Overgrown yard, weeds sticks. garbage, Seen multiply rats and snakes, Sidewalk always covered with sticks, leaves, etc. on going problem! Please have owners clean up and maintain!
  • Grass/Pool/Dogs Acknowledged
    9616 56th Street N Pinellas Park, Florida - Pinellas Park
    The tenets won't mow yard. Back yard is well over 12 inches. They have quite a few dogs & they won't clean up the dog poop! There is a Horrific Smell! They Will Not clean their pool. The water is over 1/2 way down. It's green & black. We have so many rats & mosquitoes. We Need Your Help! PLEASE!
  • 79th Ave And 69th St Pinellas Park, Florida - Pinellas Park
    There seems to be some confusion about Hurricane Irma debris pickup. The news keeps reporting on County pickup and schedules but on checking the county website it would appear that they are only referring to unincorporated areas, county property. What are the plans for Pinellas Park? This is very odd. I've lived here for over 40 years through quite a few hurricanes and floods and by now we'd be seeing Pinellas Park city trucks and front end loaders starting to removing the trash piles from the curbs. And what has made this worse is that because of the severe power outages many trees have been cut down or trimmed or even people's fences removed and placed out on the curb due to the need for access. We need help. Is there a schedule being worked out?
  • 6804 80 Terrace Pinellas Park, Florida - Pinellas Park
    recycle pickup was wed, its Friday, and cans still at curb here which is a constant occurrence between trash pickups
  • 8210 68th Way North Pinellas Park, Florida - Pinellas Park
    Overgrown yard
  • 10800 Canal Street Seminole, Florida - Pinellas Park
    I am a local business owner in the vicinity of this location. There has been numerous trucks hauling, in and out, soil and debris from this site. It appears someone has set up some sort of dirt storage/reclamation business. The problem is that my property, vehicles and merchandise are getting covered in a layer of silt and dirt from this undeveloped property. This does not appear to be an operation that should be established in a industrial business complex, but rather in a rural area. I need someone to investigate this business and see if they are in compliance with the rules of the city. We cannot even have our bay doors open to enjoy the nice weather without getting choked. Please look into this before I am forced to attend a City Council meeting, which I prefer not to. Thank you.