Report Potholes To Get Them Fixed
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DENVER (CBS4)– The recent change in weather, sun, rain, hail and snow take a toll on the roadways in the Denver metro area. And that usually means potholes.
Crews with the Colorado Department of Transportation said they are moving as quickly as they can to fill potholes but all the rainy weather is slowing them down.
Crews try to patch the potholes while they’re small. The best way to do that is to call and report those potholes right away.
To report potholes in Denver, dial 311.
You can report potholes outside of Denver by contacting the appropriate county. In area code 303, call: Unincorporated Jefferson County 271-5200; Adams County 853-7137; Broomfield County 438-6360; Golden County 215-8882 x2901; Boulder County; Douglas County 660-7480; Aurora County 326-8200, and in area code 970, call: Arapahoe County 874-7623 and Fort Collins 221-6614.