Problem parkers are everywhere. If you see a blocked driveway, dangerously parked car or a car taking up a disabled spot, report illegal parking in Kingsgrove using Snap Send Solve.
It’s always worth taking action to report illegal parking in Kingsgrove. Snap Send Solve reports are instantly sent to Bayside Council, Georges River Council or City of Canterbury-Bankstown to allow improved monitoring and enforcement of illegal parking.
You can report illegal parking, overgrown trees, water leaks, potholes and dumped rubbish in Kingsgrove using Snap Send Solve.
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Snap Send Solve is available everywhere in Australia including in Kingsgrove and other Bayside Council areas. We want everyone to be able to use Snap Send Solve. It’s 100% free and available on iPhone and Android.
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Over 10,000 reports have been sent to Bayside Council using Snap Send Solve.
While you can report countless types of issues using Snap Send Solve, certain issue types are most commonly reported in the Kingsgrove area.
Many Kingsgrove residents report illegal parking, which makes it the most reported issue in the area. Whether it’s problem parkers blocking driveways, taking up disabled spots or leaving their cars in dangerous positions, almost 30% of all reports sent in Bayside Council relate to illegal parking. Residents and visitors in Kingsgrove are vigilant when it comes to ensuring parking in the area is safe and accessible.
It seems that the Kingsgrove and Bayside Council community is focused on keeping their local area clean. 17% of all reports sent in Bayside Council relate to dumped rubbish on kerbs, nature strips and pavements.
The third most commonly reported category is pavement issues. Whether it’s a trip hazard, dangerous gap or broken kerb, pavement issues can be dangerous and cause accessibility issues. It’s clear that the Kingsgrove and Bayside Council community takes these concerns seriously with 5% of all reports relating to pavement issues.
Whenever you’re out and about in Kingsgrove, keep a lookout for issues you can report to make sure your community is clean, safe and accessible. Need more ideas about how to be a community champion in Kingsgrove?
If you need to report illegal parking on Kingsgrove Road, Snap Send Solve it.
If you need to report dumped rubbish at Kingsgrove Station, Snap Send Solve it.
If you need to report a trip hazard near Kingsgrove North High School, Snap Send Solve it.
If you need to report a pothole on Vanessa Street, Snap Send Solve it.
If you need to report a water leak at Clemton Park, Snap Send Solve it.