809 Edmund Street Raleigh, North Carolina - East Raleigh
New construction has recently turned this two-way intersection into a four-way intersection. No stop signs have been put up on any of the four corners. Construction vehicles (cement trucks, dump trucks, tractors, etc) drive through the new intersection without regards to any oncoming traffic. I live near this intersection and have almost been hit multiple times while trying to leave my neighborhood. This is a serious safety issue. There needs to be stop signs at this intersection asap, preferably a four-way stop!
614 Frank St Raleigh, NC 27604, USA - Mordecai
Neighbors have expressed interest in having some place to sit while their kids play here. I know benches are expensive, but would the city perhaps be able to spare a few 2' or 3' tall boulders until benches could be budgeted and bought?
725 Glascock St. Raleigh, NC - East Raleigh
Services at the Glorious Church frequently exceed the city's noise limits. Services frequently go on until almost 11 PM at night and can be heard from hundreds of feet away from church property.
Police and city inspectors have documented high noise levels at this property in the past but the issue continues.
Please help the church become a better neighbor by keeping its noise under legal levels. Thank you.
1223 Norris St Raleigh, NC - Mordecai
Someone is lighting leaf piles on fire in and around the Frank Street area. Last night someone lit my neighbor's yardwaste on fire around 11:30pm. The fire department said this was the 10th report of this happening in the past week or so in the 3 block area from Watauga to Norris St. Most all of the instances have occurred between 10pm and Midnight. We were hoping that leaf collection would stop the fire starter, the stuff that was burned last night were other yard debris. Hoping we can have some help from RPD in patrolling the area after 10pm to try to catch whomever is responsible for this.
700 Monroe Dr Raleigh, NC 27604, USA - North Central
There are too many people living in this house for it to be considered a rental property, it should be a rooming house. There are vehicles parked in the yard, and on the street. There is a boat parked in the front yard and a moving van parked in the side yard. Since this house became a "rental", it's been loud and trashy. Please do something about it, we would like our neighborhood back!
600 Glascock St Raleigh, NC - North Central
it is 2:44 am. Im now being woken up AGAIN for the umteenth time in recent weeks to a waste industries trash truck servicing brookside market and deli. the dumpster is located off 600 glascock st.
this truck continues to service this business at times ranging between 2 and 5 am weeknights. it is a major annoyance, especially in the middle of the night.
I thought the city of raleigh has an ordinance banning this sort of activity in a residential neighborhood at these times. maybe im mistaken? either way the truck and dumping of the dumpster violate the noise ordinaces for these times involved.
waste industries had no comment and avoided response. yet they continue to operate this way.
1431-1499 Wake Forest Rd Raleigh, North Carolina - Blount Corridor
I reported this in June, bit nothing has been done.
There is so much vegetation that I have to lean out over the road, in to traffic, for the bus driver to see me. The sign for the bus stop is almost completely hidden. Sometimes the bus has to make a very quick stop and misses the sign by 30ft or more because they couldn't see me.
1400-1418 Clifton Street Raleigh, NC 27604, USA - Mordecai
Water pools on the corner of Clifton and Drew due to improper slope of the streets. It creates a collection of water that can get about 4 to 5 inches deep and can extend about 20 feet or more around the corner. This results in a mosquito breeding problem and gives off an unpleasant odor if it sticks around long enough.
905-999 Glascock Street Raleigh, NC - East Raleigh
On the north side of Glasscock Street there is a row of evergreens along the edge of the sidewalk. The branches are growing completely over the sidewalk.
Also, along the same stretch of Glascock but on the south side of the street the sidewalk is covered in dirt. The dirt washes over the sidewalk when it rains. For days after the rain on sunny days people are forced to walk through the muddy puddle.