February 4, 2019
Mayor Pete Buttigieg will join City crews to patch potholes at the intersection of 26th and Wall Streets on Tuesday, February 5 at 9:15 a.m. Members of the media are invited to join the Mayor and City crews in filling potholes. The City filled 22,100 potholes in 2018.
Below are a few reminders for the public:
- If residents see a pothole within city limits, report it by calling 311.
- Certain streets within city limits are state roads. To report a pothole on State Road 23 (South Bend Avenue, Eddy Street, Sample Street between Eddy and Chapin, Chapin south of Sample, and Prairie Avenue) and State Road 933/US 31 (Lincoln Way East, Main Street), contact INDOT Northwest at 1.855.463.6848
- During the winter months, due to the temperature of the pavement, city crews can only use temporary material or “cold patch” to patch potholes. This is what you see on the roads currently. Starting in the spring, crews will begin using a more permanent material, or a “hot patch,” for potholes.
Who: Mayor Pete Buttigieg & Public Works Director Eric Horvath
What: Joining City Crews for pothole patching
When: February 5, 2019 at 9:15 a.m.
Where: Intersection of 26th & Wall Streets