San Antonio’s Public Works aims to repair 8,000 potholes in April

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — There’s not much that can ruin your day faster than driving through a pothole.

And San Antonio has thousands of them.

Believe it or not, the city wants to prevent that overwhelming feeling of money leaving your pocket to pay for costly auto repairs.

San Antonio Public Works is sending out the Pothole Patrol, with a goal of filling over 8,000 of the damage causing dips during the month of April.

The effort starts with a phone call from you.

Public Works urges residents to call 3-1-1 to report potholes.

Within a couple of business days, a crew will show up and and make the repair.

The Pothole Patrol consist of 16 crews who are out filling more than 300 potholes each day.

Public Works says it takes about 20 minutes and cost about 35 bucks to repair a pothole.


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