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Broken Sidewalk at 11 E Newton St, Roxbury

on franklin Park side by bus stop. very dangerous
CLOSED Case Resolved. This location has been inspected and, where possible, temporary repairs or safety improvements were made. We have referred this location for a permanent repair. See case #101003974876 for status of the permanent repair. - 27 days ago #101003974592
Broken Sidewalk at 11 E Newton St, Roxbury

Broken Sidewalk at Intersection Of Morton St & American Legion Hwy, Dorchester

Could you please send someone to re-do the bicycles lanes on Morton st, it's all faded out. Also cut the grass on the side walks, every two weeks. Or either pave it. Especially by Franklin park side on Morton st. The whole street needs to...
OPENED 5 months ago #101003777871
Broken Sidewalk at Intersection Of Morton St & American Legion Hwy, Dorchester

Broken Sidewalk at Intersection Of Williams St & Forest Hills St, Jamaica Plain

Pylon placed in indentation in ground from car crash and grass not repaired.
CLOSED Noted. No sign of MVA at this location please resubmit using a photo with a background and a better description of location. - 5 months ago #101003765761
Broken Sidewalk at Intersection Of Williams St & Forest Hills St, Jamaica Plain

Broken Sidewalk at Intersection Of Columbia Rd & Seaver St, Dorchester

The wall next to sidewalk has some falling debris that could potentially be very dangerous. Sidewalk is made of concrete and wall is made of brick. This is between Seaver st and the entrance of the franklin park zoo. | Cause of damage: [N...
CLOSED Noted. Unable to find bricks alongside the zoo's retaining wall, please give a more accurate location and/or send a picture and ther complaint get be resolved promptly. Thanks. - 6 months ago #101003731242

Broken Sidewalk at 274 Seaver St, Dorchester

There is no sidewalk on this side of the street. It makes the park less accessible and forces runners and pedestrians into the street at a particularly unsafe spot. This is very dangerous. Please add a sidewalk so people can enjoy Frankin...
CLOSED Case Noted. The City of Boston reconstructed Seaver Street between Walnut Ave and Blue Hill Ave in 2014. During the design process, the challenges of the sidewalk access on the Franklin Park side of the street were noted and discussed. The right-of-way width of the street, unfortunately, does not allow enough space for a contiguous sidewalk along the park side of the street. The design was developed to create sections of sidewalk wherever possible at key locations such as at bus stops and park entrances within the available roadway width. - 11 months ago #101003536773

Broken Sidewalk at Intersection Of Robeson St & Sigourney St, Jamaica Plain

Tree on sidewalk
CLOSED Resolved. Removed by northern tree. - 12 months ago #101003500036
Broken Sidewalk at Intersection Of Robeson St & Sigourney St, Jamaica Plain

Broken Sidewalk at Intersection Of Robeson St & Sigourney St, Jamaica Plain

Tree down, sidewalk is impassable without walking into the street.
CLOSED Resolved. Removed by northern tree. - 12 months ago #101003499832
Broken Sidewalk at Intersection Of Robeson St & Sigourney St, Jamaica Plain

Broken Sidewalk at Gordon St Jamaica Plain Boston

The paved entrance to Franklin Park at Glen Rd. is in poor condition. Also the sidewalk on both sides of Gordon St. near Amory St. needs patching and repair.
CLOSED Case Noted. Need better location and pictures. - about 1 year ago #101003384657

Broken Sidewalk at 170 Morton St, 2fl, Jamaica Plain

OPENED over 1 year ago #101003248632
Broken Sidewalk at 170 Morton St, 2fl, Jamaica Plain

Broken Sidewalk at 180 Morton St, Jamaica Plain

Broken storm drain cover with large gap in middle of walking/running path.
OPENED almost 2 years ago #101003120211
Broken Sidewalk at 180 Morton St, Jamaica Plain
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