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Open Issues: 194 Closed Issues: 30,834 Acknowledged Issues: 7,013
Watching issues created after: 2017-04-20

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  • Pothole Archived
    1845 Pinellas Point Dr S Saint Petersburg 33712 United States - Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association
    Small pothole has opened up on the roadway in front of the home at 1801 Pinellas Point Drive South. It is bone-jarring to cyclist that inadvertently ride over it.
  • 12th Avenue Northeast Saint Petersburg, Florida - Historic Old Northeast
    The number of dogs on the beach and water at Northshore Park has been increasing. Today at noon there were 12 dogs on the beach, most without leashes. I observed 1 fairly rough dog fight, and dogs pooping in the water. Part of the problem seems to have started with the volleyball players who bring their dogs every day, but now everyone else is bringing their dogs. People bring dogs clearly in front of the "no dog" signs. The dogs make me uncomfortable at the beach, scare the birds, and the pooping in the water seemed really unsanitary. I think if you sent someone out on a Sunday once or twice and issued some warnings, you could greatly decrease the dogs.
  • 919 30th Ave N Saint Petersburg, Florida - Magnolia Heights Neighborhood Association
    This continual flooding in even a light rainstorm is getting old! Today the water has turned our alley into a river and has made 30th Ave near Sunset grill- West passable only single file and sends a wake well into our front yard! Why is this STILL an issue?
  • Pothole Archived
    2032-2046 Coffee Pot Blvd Ne St. Petersburg, FL 33704, USA - Historic Old Northeast Neighborhood Association
    Three depressions in roadway have caused bike accidents. Hard to see and avoid.
  • Codes Compliance Acknowledged
    1328 4th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701, USA - Commission District 7
    Duke energy continues to use this as a parking lot for the patrons of the sugar room across the street even though they never got the required permits.
  • Codes Compliance Acknowledged
    5720 2nd Avenue North Saint Petersburg, Florida - Live Oak Neighborhood Association
    no permit visible on property. lumber package blocking sidewalk. trash and debris should be contained to property with silt fencing.
  • 62nd Avenue Ne Saint Petersburg, Florida - St. Petersburg
    There are multiple potholes and chunks of pavement missing all along 62nd Ave. NE eastbound and westbound and one of the manhole covers sticks up at an angle and is very rough to drive over.
  • 832 2nd St N St. Petersburg, FL 33701, USA - Historic Old Northeast
    Running an airbnb out of the property causing a lot of problems copy of ad on airbnb attached also property number under airbnb is 2384507
  • surf shop Acknowledged
    1031 4th Street North Saint Petersburg, Florida - Historic Old Northeast
    Surf shop blocks city sidewalks with stuff. I had to walk into 4th street this weekend to get by. (Might be a law suit, you think) Sale items placed on city right of way. North side has home-made PVC thing attached to city sign. Old unused picnic table has junk stored on it. Owner needs to store items inside and stay off of city sidewalks.
  • S Frontage Rd St. Petersburg, FL 33702, USA - St. Petersburg
    If you are traveling from the Gandy exit to turn left onto 94th avenue, when the light turns green, the light is still green for cars going straight on 94th avenue. I've seen cars almost hit each other and honk at each other thinking the other ran the light. Please and Thank you.
  • Traffic Issue Archived
    2100-2198 Bay St Ne St. Petersburg, FL 33704, USA - Historic Old Northeast
    Road markings for terms are faded. Even though this is a one-way street, cars often are in the right lane to make a left turn causing conflict with the left turn lane.
  • Pothole Acknowledged
    2929 28th Street North Saint Petersburg, FL 33713, USA - Ponce De Leon Neighborhood Association
    Large depression has gotten larger, while the issue has been reported more than 6 months ago at the intersection of 28th St and 30th Ave. N. For almost a year this problem has been developing and almost causing several accidents that I've seen, since people have learned of this dangerous depression and have been pushing their luck going into other lanes... "Acknowledging" this issue, or state that this is part of some future project, is not a solution... But when is this "supposed" project planned for? 2040? Everyone's talking about sewers, when the rest of the infrastructure is also falling apart and being ignored. Please fix this before a year's anniversary of this problem being reported, and before a head on collision happens with a truck (since this is a truck route as well).