JAMESTOWN – Residents and motorists who travel through Jamestown can now go to the city website to report potholes in various locations of the city.
During Monday’s Jamestown City Council work session, Mayor Sam Teresi said the new reporting tool will make reporting potholes easier and allow the city Public Works Department to better identify and track where repairs are needed.
Residents can also call 483-7545 to report a pothole.
The mayor said that because the weather is cold, crews can only lay down cold patch to temporarily fix the potholes. He added that the permanent patching will be available in the spring.