Seattle's 'Pothole Palooza' aims to fill potholes across the city

Drivers are dodging potholes all over Western Washington after an especially harsh winter. There are so many of them this spring, the City of Seattle is declaring today the start of "pothole-palooza."

Seattle's Department of Transportation is launching what it calls "Pothole-Palooza" to aggressively repair potholes across the city. It's asking people to report potholes in their neighborhood.

Months of cold, rain, ice, and snow, followed by warmer temperatures, can cause cracks and breaks in the pavement, and those have been showing up in many neighborhoods over the past few weeks.

There are three ways to report potholes:

- Calling the Pothole and Street Repair Hotline at 206-386-1218

- Using the Find It Fix It App: Android | Apple 

- Filling out an online pothole report form

Track which road repairs are in progress by clicking here.

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