The San Diego Get It Done service is a way for residents to report problems, concerns or issues in San Diego. Anyone can report a problem either online, via the city’s mobile application, or even just as a walk-in. Yesterday, 1008 people took the opportunity to do exactly that.
The top reports Monday were Illegal Dumping (23 percent of all reports), 72 Hour Violation (16 percent), and Graffiti Removal (14 percent). The city managed to close 35 percent of all reports and took some kind of action on a total of 35 percent. 17 percent remains unresolved.
Top concerns for residents yesterday
- Illegal Dumping (23 %)
- 72 Hour Violation (16 %)
- Graffiti Removal (14 %)
- Pothole (6.05 %)
- Missed Collection (5.75 %)
- Other (4.76 %)
- Potential Missed Collection (3.67 %)
- Parking Zone Violation (2.98 %)
- Sidewalk Repair Issue (2.58 %)
The busiest department was Transportation and Storm Water which received no less then three hundred and ninety-two reports. Here is the breakdown by departments:
- 39 percent: Transportation and Storm Water
- 38 percent: Environmental Services Department
- 20 percent: Parking
- 1.49 percent: Storm Water Code Enforcement
- 0.79 percent: Traffic Engineering
- 0.40 percent: Transportation and Storm Water, Administration & Right of Way Coordination Division
- 0.30 percent: Development Services Department
Overall San Diego’s Get It Done system received 1008 reports Monday.