vegetation is obscuring visibility

Pedestrian Impediment Examples – Vegetation
September 30, 2011

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Address:  7326 SW Capitol Hill Road
Issue: Vegetation impeding the use of Urban Trail #6
Requested Actions: Prune vegetation to the right of way line to provide a safe space for urban walkers and children.
City of Portland Bureau Having Responsibility:
Phone Contact: 503-823-####
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Address: 515 SW Westwood Drive
Issue: Vegetation is too tall for this sharp corner, stop sign is not visible creating an unsafe condition
Requested Actions: Prune hedge to maximum three feet so children can be seen walking down the steet.
City of Portland Bureau Having Responsibility:
Phone Contact: 503-823-####
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Address: 640 SW Cheltenham Street
Issue: Vegetation obscures visibilty for drivers and bicyclists so they cannot see pedestrians, drivers and bicylcists
Requested Actions: Move hedge to edge of ROW at the sharp corner to provide visibility for safe stopping distance.
City of Portland Bureau Having Responsibility:
Phone Contact: 503-823-####
Responding Staff Person:

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Address: The Mitchell side of lot for house at 3124 SW Fairmont
Issue: Vegetation obscures visibilty for drivers and bicyclists so they cannot see pedestrians, drivers and bicylcists
Requested Actions: Move hedge to edge of ROW at the sharp corner to provide visibility for safe stopping distance.
City of Portland Bureau Having Responsibility:
Phone Contact: 503-823-####
Responding Staff Person:

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Address: 5500 SW Menefee Drive
Issue: Vegetation obscures visibilty for drivers and bicyclists so they cannot see pedestrians
Requested Actions: Move hedge to edge of ROW at the sharp corner to provide visibility for safe stopping distance.
City of Portland Bureau Having Responsibility:
Phone Contact: 503-823-####
Responding Staff Person:

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Address: 6394 SW Burlingame Ave.
Issue: Vegetation obscures visibilty for drivers and bicyclists so they cannot see pedestrians
Requested Actions: Move hedge to edge of ROW and reduce height to 3 feet.
City of Portland Bureau Having Responsibility:
Phone Contact: 503-823-####
Responding Staff Person:

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Address: 5925 SW Terwilliger Blvd. at Cheltenham St.
Issue: Visiblity is obscured by invasive species on Park property
Requested Actions: Parks owns Terwilliger Remove all invasives along Terwilliger to property line at this corner
City of Portland Bureau Having Responsibility:
Phone Contact: 503-823-####
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Address: Corner at SW Miles and SW 5th, 7326 SW 5th
Issue: Vegetation obscures visibilty for drivers and bicyclists so they cannot see pedestrians
Requested Actions: Move hedge to edge of ROW and reduce height to 3 feet.
City of Portland Bureau Having Responsibility:
Phone Contact: 503-823-####
Responding Staff Person:

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Address: 7266 SW Capital Hill Road
Issue: Limbs create hazard for walkers, blackberries cover trail on Urban Trail 6, the Hillsdale to Lake Oswego regional pedestrian trail
Requested Actions: Prune limbs to seven feet height adjacent to the hedge as cars are frequently parked in the open area.
City of Portland Bureau Having Responsibility:
Phone Contact: 503-823-####
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