City focuses on pothole patrol

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - The spokesperson for the City of Toledo says crews have patched 2,174 potholes from Jan. 1 to Jan. 20. Last week alone there were 1,137 potholes filled.

The city concentrated its efforts on the Anthony Wayne Trail. That work addressed complaints filed by 188 people. Now, the city is turning its focus to main routes, deep potholes and complaints for pothole repair.

If you have a pothole complaint related to any major highway (e.g. Interstate 75 or 475) please contact the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) District 2 General Information Hotline at: 419.373.4428.

Click here to report potholes that need to be filled. If you have a portable device with access to the internet, you can also report potholes and other issues using the Engage Toledo app. Click here for more details.