May 06, 2019
Potholes can develop anywhere along our city's 16,000 kilometres of paved streets and 2,900 km of back lanes in Calgary, and become visible in the spring.
Repairing potholes is a priority when maintaining Calgary's roads. Work begins as soon as temperatures reach seasonal averages, and continues through the summer. Dry pavement and warm weather is needed for a lasting fix. Repairs are completed on a priority basis.
To identify pavement in need of repair, The City inspects major roads twice a month and collector roads once a month. In residential areas, we rely on citizens and City crews to report concerns. Please submit an online service request to report potholes in your community.
For more info, visit calgary.ca/potholes
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I’m Jeff Davison, and I’m Seeking Re-election to be Your City of Calgary Councillor for Ward 6!