Fire hydrant partially-obstructed by tall vegetation near 58th & S. State St. In this section of the city, we see this frequently. Cannot be good. This is another issue that is easy to spot, yet apparently, difficult to track. Let’s…
Open dumpsters present a host of obvious issues. If the condition goes unaddressed for weeks, the situation becomes all-the-more significant.
Some issues go unresolved for extended periods of time. When one takes a block-by-block approach, it is easy to notice that this particular section of Wabash has significant latency issues. We recently modified the site’s code to more effectively track…
A robust pile of fly-dumped wood (w/nails) and additional construction-related debris. This has been in place for some time, now, but the photo was just now posted… This can be totally rectified with communal support.
This definitely jumped out at us. Fly dumping tends to occur in areas where the is an abundance of embedded filth (trash). Tracking latency is one way to help target problematic areas. Our posts now indicate the amount of time…
The trash has become embedded in this particular location. Over time, the items will get bleached by the sun as additional debris accumulates. This can definitely be dialed out.
Tall vegetation on the case again. Not the best look, by any standard. Let’s do better!
A potential safety hazard, given the presence of sharp edges.
Fly-dumped debris on a lot just off of King Drive.
Excessive debris obstructs a sewer cover.
Potential safety hazard on the ground.