NORFOLK-- Crews are hitting Norfolk city streets and aggressively filling potholes now that the weather has warmed up.
The repair work follows the pothole debacle on I-264 back in February. The city wants to make sure they avoid a similar problem.
All month long extra, resources will be on the streets filling in potholes with a permanent, hot-mix asphalt.
The city says they're hoping more people will report potholes when they're spotted so crews can stay busy.
"The cold days are behind us and now we have a lot of dry days. Those are the conditions we need to fill potholes," said Norfolk spokeswoman Jeneen White.
Officials say there are three ways to report a pothole on city roads:
1. Call the Department of Public Works at 823-4050
2. Email Public Works at firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Visit www.norfolk.gov and click on the “Request Tracker” link
The city asks you to please include a description of the pothole and the nearest address and cross street in your report.