Emergency pothole repair is underway across the Denver metro area after days of heavy rain damaged roadways.
Potholes are a big problem for drivers and street repair crews in Loveland this spring, even bigger than previous years.
Colorado is in the middle of a pothole epidemic nearly two months ahead of schedule. The thousands of holes on the road are getting worse by the hour.
The latest round of freezing and thawing will mean even more potholes in the Denver metro area for a while until the snow stops falling and temperatures even out.
Report potholes in the Denver metro area to get them fixed.
Crews with Denver Public Works fill about 100,000 potholes every year. Once again it is pothole season and drivers are urged to report the problems they see.
You might be on your way to the grocery store or to work, but if you hit a pothole, it can cost you. If you see one, there’s a way to get it fixed.
Our recent rain has really helped the potholes pop up all over the streets. Pothole repair snarled traffic across the Denver metro area on Thursday.
After two days of rain and cooler temperatures, hundreds of potholes are popping up around the Denver metro area.