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Neighborhood Issues and Disputes

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Alternative Dispute Resolution (1)
Animals (Pets & Wildlife) (4)
Noise & Other Problematic Behavior (2)
Property Line (1)
Street Repair (1)
Trash, Waste & Foliage (2)
Other Issues (1)

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Frequently Asked Questions / Potholes
http://www.ci.seattle.wa.us/CitizenService/faqs.ht
Source: City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods

Describes how to report a pothole in Seattle over the telephone or how to file a complaint online.
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Frequently Asked Questions / Abandoned Vehicles
http://www.ci.seattle.wa.us/CitizenService/faqs.ht
Source: City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods

Provides phone numbers to call with a complaint about an abandoned or junked car in Seattle. Also provides a link to learn more about abandoned cars and other housing code violations and what you can do.
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How can I find out where my property line is?
http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/stuse_faq.ht
Source: Seattle Dept. of Transportation

Provides a phone number to the City of Seattle Engineering Vault which can help you determine approximately where your property lines are. Explains what is required to establish your property line legally.
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Weeds, Debris & Garbage
http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/stuse_faq.ht
Source: Seattle Dept. of Transportation

Provides a phone number to the City of Seatle's Solid Waste Utility Illegal Dumping Hotline to file a complaint about illegal dumping of weeds, debris, garbage, rubbish or waste material.
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Street Trees
http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/stuse_faq.ht
Source: Seattle Dept. of Transportation

Explains who has responsibility for trees that overhang the sidewalk and describes required clearances. Provides a phone number for filing complaints about tree overgrowth, plant overgrowth, or if a neighbor's plants are blocking the sidewalk in front of another's home or private property.
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