Submit Potholes for Repair

Updated 2 years ago by Brian Chambers, Director of Communications City of Huntington
Submit Potholes for Repair
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Street Division crews were out in full force Wednesday filling potholes on roadways that have taken a beating from winter weather in recent weeks.

The crews are using "cold patch" to fill the potholes. This is a polymer-modified, cold mix asphalt that cities use as a temporary fix until hot asphalt plants open in the spring.

Mayor Steve Williams also has asked City Council members to compile their spring paving requests for their respective districts and submit them to the Public Works Department by no later than March 20.

If you see a pothole that needs filled, please call our Public Works Department at 304-696-5903 or send a message to this Facebook page and we will forward it to Public Works promptly.

It should also be noted that the West Virginia Division of Highways maintains 26 miles of roadways in the city. These roadways include:
-- Veterans Memorial Boulevard
-- 3rd Avenue
-- 5th Avenue
-- 8th Avenue
-- 5th Street
-- Hal Greer Boulevard
-- Madison Avenue (8th Street West to 26th Street West),
-- Washington Avenue (1st Street to 18th Street West)
-- 5th Street in Altizer
-- Altizer Avenue (5th Street to city limits in Altizer)
-- 29th Street (3rd to 8th avenues)
-- 31st street
-- Waverly Road (from city limits in Westmoreland to Adams Avenue)

To make a road repair request on any of these state-maintained roadways, go to http://www.wva.state.wv.us/w…/roadrepairrequest/default.aspx.

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