Complaints about human and animal excrement on the streets of San Francisco increase by 35%

Complaints about human and animal faeces on the streets of San Francisco have increased by 35% with more than 28,000 complaints filed last year – giving the city a & # 39; poop patrol & # 39; must launch for cleaning up

  • The excrement problem of humans and animals generated 28,315 calls to the 311 line of the city in 2018, an increase of 35 percent, RentHop reports
  • The online apartment search company says that the number of complaints has risen by about 80 percent since 2011
  • San Francisco can blame his love affair with pets. The city has more than 120,000 dogs, according to San Francisco Animal Care & Control
  • The rest can be attributed to around 7,000 homeless people, in a city that lacks adequate reception centers and facilities to help them
  • A & # 39; poop patrol & # 39; has even been sent into the street, armed with washing machines to wash away the waste
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San Francisco's droppings problem is worse than ever.

A new study found that the city on the bay asked 28,315 about human and animal waste that accumulates on the street between 2017 and 2018, an increase of 35 percent.

The figures were collected after an assessment of calls to the 311 line from San Francisco, according to the report from RentHop, an online apartment search company.

The worsening situation is because San Francisco's complaints have risen by about 80 percent since 2011, RentHop reports.

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San Francisco has seen its droppings pile up, according to a new study

San Francisco has seen its droppings pile up, according to a new study

The study by the apartment search site RentHop showed that the city on the bay asked 28,315 about human and animal waste that accumulates on the street between 2017 and 2018, an increase of 35 percent. The map above shows where the largest concentrations of cockroaches are

The study by the apartment search site RentHop showed that the city on the bay asked 28,315 about human and animal waste that accumulates on the street between 2017 and 2018, an increase of 35 percent. The map above shows where the largest concentrations of cockroaches are

The study by the apartment search site RentHop showed that the city on the bay asked 28,315 about human and animal waste that accumulates on the street between 2017 and 2018, an increase of 35 percent. The map above shows where the largest concentrations of cockroaches are

San Francisco can partly blame his love affair with pets.

The dog-friendly city has around 120,000 canines, according to San Francisco Animal Care & Control.

The rest can be attributed to around 7,000 homeless people, in a city that has insufficient reception centers and facilities to help them, RentHop says.

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The problem has even prompted San Francisco to launch a & # 39; poop patrol & # 39; to send out, armed with street washing machines to wash away the waste.

The problem has even prompted San Francisco to launch a & # 39; poop patrol & # 39; to steer, armed with street washers to wash away the waste

The problem has even prompted San Francisco to launch a & # 39; poop patrol & # 39; to steer, armed with street washers to wash away the waste

The problem has even prompted San Francisco to launch a & # 39; poop patrol & # 39; to steer, armed with street washers to wash away the waste

Richard Tarlov, owner of the Canyon Market in the Glen Park section of San Francisco, where the city had 61 complaints that the neighborhood was picked up by humans or animals in 2018, calls it a & # 39; serious public health problem & # 39 ;

Richard Tarlov, owner of the Canyon Market in the Glen Park section of San Francisco, where the city had 61 complaints that the neighborhood was picked up by humans or animals in 2018, calls it a & # 39; serious public health problem & # 39 ;

Richard Tarlov, owner of the Canyon Market in the Glen Park section of San Francisco, where the city had 61 complaints that the neighborhood was picked up by humans or animals in 2018, calls it a & # 39; serious public health problem & # 39 ;

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& # 39; It is a serious public health problem, & # 39; said Richard Tarlov, owner of the Canyon Market in the Glen Park section of San Francisco, where the city had 61 complaints that the neighborhood was picked up by humans or animals in 2018, starting from just 20 complaints from the previous year.

Tarlov, in an interview with KRON, called the droppings of the city is also a problem for public relations, tourism and conference hosting.

& # 39; Frankly, it's embarrassing & # 39 ;, he told the news.

Part of the problem is attributed to around 7,000 homeless people who are on the street

Part of the problem is attributed to around 7,000 homeless people who are on the street

Part of the problem is attributed to around 7,000 homeless people who are on the street

Homeless people in the city are accused of leaving garbage and droppings on the street because of a lack of reception centers and services to help them, RentHop says
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Homeless people in the city are accused of leaving garbage and droppings on the street because of a lack of reception centers and services to help them, RentHop says

Homeless people in the city are accused of leaving garbage and droppings on the street because of a lack of reception centers and services to help them, RentHop says

The dirtiest neighborhoods are in the heart of San Francisco, with its Tenderloin neighborhood winning the & # 39; poopiest neighborhood & # 39; competition three years in a row, RentHop says.

Tenderloin saw 8,644 incidents of human or animal excrement per square mile in 2017, 7,722 in 2018 and 6,887 so far in 2019.

The dirtiest neighborhoods are in the heart of San Francisco, and the Tenderloin neighborhood wins the "poopiest neighborhood" & # 39; competition three years in a row, says RentHop

The dirtiest neighborhoods are in the heart of San Francisco, and the Tenderloin neighborhood wins the "poopiest neighborhood" & # 39; competition three years in a row, says RentHop

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The dirtiest neighborhoods are in the heart of San Francisco, and the Tenderloin neighborhood wins the "poopiest neighborhood" & # 39; competition three years in a row, says RentHop

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