Roads and Parking Services has continued their hard work applying temporary patches to potholes created by snow, freezing rain, freeze/thaw cycles and wet conditions the city has experienced over the last couple of weeks.
Filling potholes remains a priority for our team and last week, we were able to deploy 184 crews to pothole repairs during both day and night shifts. This week, with 167 crews hard at work all while continuing to juggle winter and spring operational activities, they managed to fill over 26,700 potholes in just 9 days!
- The total number of potholes repaired between January 1 and March 30, 2022 is 69,101.
- The total number of potholes filled for the same period in 2021 is 48,349, an increase of 20,752.
- From January 1 to March 30, 2022, 3,504 service requests for potholes were submitted.
Roads and Parking Services thank residents for supporting their operations by letting them know where potholes are located! Residents wishing to report a pothole may create a service request online.
Crews will continue their work on pothole repairs as the team begin preparations for the transition to spring maintenance activities.